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Reedies for Diphtheria.
As this dreadful disease is raging
in diffierent parts of the country, and
may reach this section, we publish
below several alleged remedies, not
knowing what efficiency there may bu
ALUM AND SULPHUR.
Obstinate cases of diphtheria in this
community have recently yielded to
the following simple treatment : Pu!
verized alum and sulphur equal parts,
blown through a quill on the affected
From many years' experience in
the treatment of this disease, writes a
Northern physician, I am led to be
lieve that the most useful counter
agent that can be employed is the in
balation of the vapor of carbolic acid.
In my earlier practice I employed ni
trate of silver as a topical application
by brushes and larynxal syringes,
which I found useful, as others have
done; but the difficulty of applies
tion in some eases was a serious limi
tation to its usefulness, therefore I
adopted the use of carbolic acid in
the following manner: A piece of
cloth is wet with the acid, and being
loosely thrust into a small lamp chim
ney or other similar tube, the air is
drawn through this and the air
passes to the air cells of the lungs.
where an antiseptic influence seems to
be exerted upon the blood. Many
cases that had resisted other treat
ment yielded readily to this, and the
nitrate of silver was wholly laid aside.
The only other special treatment re
quired is the frequent use of small
portions of chlorjde of iron, alter
nated with quinine, while the general
system is sustained by a generous
diet of beef tea, wine, &c.-Ex.
We call special attention to the
following cure for one of the most
fatal diseases to which this climate is
subject, diphtheria. Don't fail to pre
A correspondent of a Victoria paper
writes: -Should any of your family
be attacked with diphtheria do not
be alarmed, as it is usually speedily
cured without a doctor.
'When it was raging in England a
~-few years ago, I accompanied Dr.
Field on his round to witness the so
called wonderful cures he performed
while the patients of others dropped off
on all sides. The remedy to be so
rapid must be simple. All he took
with him was powdered sulphur
and a quill, and with these he cured
every patient without exception.
He put a teaspoonful of flour of brim
stone into a wine-glass of water and
mixed it with his finger instead of a
spoon ; as the sulphur does not read
ily amalgamate with water. When
the sulphur was well mixed he gave it
as a gargle, and in ten minutes the
patient was out of danger. Brimstone
kills every Species of fungus in a man,
beast and plant in a few minutes.
Instead of spitting out the gargle he
recommended the swallowing of it.
In extreme cases in which he had
been called just in nick of time, when
the fungus was too nearly closing to
allow the gargling, he blew the sul
phur through a quill into the throat,
and after the fungus had shrunk to
allow of it then the gargling.
If the patient cannot gargle, take a
live coal, put it on a shovel and
sprinkle a& spoonful or two of the
flower of brimstone at a time on it ;
let the sufferer inhale it, holding the
head over it, and the fungus will die.
If plentifully used, the whole room
* may be filled to suffocation, and the
patient will be able to walk about in
it, inhaling the fumes, with the doors
and windows closed. This mode of
fumigating a room' with sulphur^has
often cured most violent attacks of.
cold in the head, chest, etc., and is
also recommended in cases of con
sumption and asthrma.'-E:c.
Care-worn persons, students, weak
and overworked mothers will find in
Brown's Iron Bitters a complete tonic,
which gives strength and tone to the
Buyers of Jersey Cattle.
Co3. 1tnaeil Pays $5,100 for the Bull St.
Goarge-W. X. Vanderbilt Buys a Cow
New York Sun, 5th.
A large lot 'of Jersey cattle, recently
imported directly from the Island
without tonebing England, were of
fered for sale at the American Horse
Exch;.ige yesterday. There were
seventy-three bulls and cows and three
or four young calves, born since their
mothers were taken from Jersey.
Buyers from all parts of the country
were there. The heaviest prices paid
for single cattle were given by Col. H.
S. Russell, of Milton, Mass.; W. H.
Wilson, of Springfield, Mass. ; D. F.
Appleton, of New York, and W. K.
Vanderbilt, of New York. The bull
St. George was bought by Col. Rus
sell, after brisk bidding, for $5,100.
Col. Russell also bought Mabel II. for
$2,200, Mabel V. for $1,350, Bobby's
Gem for $1,825, and Lady Garenne
II., eight months old, for $1,100.
THE STATE FaR.-The presence
of Colonel T. W. Holloway, the mov
ing spirit of the State Fair, is always
suggestive of plans and measures con
nected with our annual exhibition.
We are pleased to learn from him
that the prospect is most encouraging
for a successful exposition in Novem
ber. The facilities for the show of
stock, product.s, machinery, &c., will
be greatly increased and improved,
and already a number of entries in
these departments have been made
from several Counties.
The youthfulecolor and a rich lustre
are restored to faded or gray hair by
the use of Parker's Hair Balsam. a
harmless dressing highly esteemed for
THOS. F. GRENEKER, EDITORs
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
rHURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1882.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect s,Fam
ly Newspaper, devoted to the material in
erests of the people of this County and the
state. It circulat.s extensively, and as an
,dvertising medi-.m offers unrivalled ad
rantages. For Terms, see first page.
The State Tieket.
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
JOHN C. SHEPPARD.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
JAMES N. LIPSCOMB.
CHARLES RICHARDSON MILES.
W. E. STONEY.
FOR STATE TREASURER:
JOHN PETER RICHARDSON.
FOR ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR-GENERAL :
A. M. MANIGAULT.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION:
FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT:
D. WYATT AIKEN.
FOR THE HoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WILLIAM D. HARDY.
JEFFERSON A. SLIGH.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE:
JACOB B. FELLERS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
ANDREW J. LIVINGSTON.
JOHN DRAYTON SMITH.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER:
JAM.ES C. BOYD.
EUCLYDUS C. LONGSHORE.
"Watch Tom ?" Impossible, gen
tlemen ; you would as well attempt
to watch a streak of greased light
The Ohio State election came ofi
Tuesday. No definite returns yet;
but the democrats made heavy
gains, and it is thought probable
that they carried the State.
The man who can examine his
tax receipt and then ask for a fur
ther appropriation for so-called
"higher education"-well we don't
believe any man in Newberry Coun
ty can do it.
Murray, of the Intelligencer,
headed the Legislative ticket iIl
Anderson County at the primaries
with 1L649 votes, and Todd tailed
it with 249. There were twelve
candidates out, and Murray was
the only one that got a majority.
Our neighbor Georgia is not be
ing Mahoneized to any considerable
extent. At the election held the
4th Alexander H. Stephens, the
regular Democratic candidate, beat
Lucius J. Gartrell, the candidate of
the independents and republicans,
60,000 votes. Colquitt's majority
over Norcross in 1880 was 54,000.
Ontsideof the beneficiaries-two
from each county-the cadets at the
Military Academy in Charleston are
as follows: from Abbeville 2, An.
derson 1, Barnwell 11, Charleston
43, Clarendon 1, Darlington 3,
Edgefield 3, Greenville 3, Hampton
2, Horry 1, Kershaw 1, Lexington
3, Marion 1, Marlboro 2, Newberry
1, Oconee1I, Orangeburg 7, Pickens
1, Spartanburg 3, Sumter 8, Union
If it isnecessary to have an ap
propriation for "higher education,"
why not combine the Citadel Acad
smy and.the "University" in one,
ad let one set of teachers and one
ppropriation do for both!? Where
is the sense in having one faculty
to teach one hundred and fifty boys
and another faculty to teach
ne hundred and fifty other boys,
when the whole three hundred
ould be taught by one faculty as
easily and as cheaply as one hun
:lred and fifty could!i
What will our friends of the
Tewberry HmRws say to the secret
effort of the Executive Committee
to deprive us of a fair vote on the
Constitutional questions!? The Ex
cutive Committee will furnish
ickets only for those who want to
rote for a division of the counties.
([Abbeville Press and Banner.
We agree with the P. & B. that
t would be a piece of unwarranted
presumption on the part of the
Dommittee to dictate or even advise
the people how to vote on the Con
The Charleston County Conven
ion met the 9th, and nominated
andidates. for the County and the
eneral Assembly. Maj. G. Lanb
Buist was unanimously nominated
FoR TRa ERLD.
Ily Experience at Annapolis.
Editors Berald :
DEAR SIRS-As many friends have
manifested an interest in my appoint
went to the U. S. Naval Acade'ay,
and have exerted themselves to le:.ro
the particulars of the exarinati',n rin
which I was rejected, perhapt an ex
planation of the cau'se of my reJeetion
way not be out of place.
You will find the cause of muy r,
jection stated in the following et riti
cate, which 1 obtained through the
kindness of Capt Ra'usay, U. S. N.
U. S NAVAL ACADEMY.
Sept. 29th, 1882.
Mr. Gustavus Edward Werber. of
South Carolina, a candidate for adwis
sion into the Navy Academy as a Naval
Cadet, has passed the required mental
examination, but was not admitted on
account of -incomprete color blindness,
being defective on green and red."
F. M. RAMSAY,
If some of your readers were sub
jected to the same color-test uo-which
I failed, perhaps they would no lto ger
be surprised that I failed on a subject
on which I had made no preparation
whatever; for there was no such test
in the competitive examination in
whieb I won the appointment, nor did
I have tbe slightest intimation that I
would be tested on colors at the Acad
emy, until the day before I was ex
amined physically, and it was found
out then only through a candidate,
who bad stood the physical examina
tion. He assured me that I would
have no difficult examination in the
colors as they had examined him on
a few shades only, and they were
well defined. But I did not find the
examination on-colors easy; for they
examined me on many shades of the
seven colors, and many of the shades
were to me very indistinct. I think
that there were certainly not less than
sixty shades of color, which were dif
fereut, and others which appeared to
my eye exactly alike.
A hank of Zephyr worsted (a very
light green) was placed before me on
a table several feet distant and I was
told to "select from the variegated pile
of worsted all of the skeins which con
tain any of the color found in the
bank before you; place all skeins
which are like the hank or contain
any of the same color on the table
with the 'ank; cast the others aside."
I commet.eed assorting, but had not
proceeded very far before I came upon
shades that were so very unlike the
primitive colors that I could not decide
where they belonged without some
hesitancy. This was observed by the
examining physicians, whereuponkthey
told we to decide on the color in the
skeins as fast as they . could be picked
from the table one at a time; "for,"
said they, "a person who had been
blind all his life could, the next mo
ment after being restored to sight, do
quickly and correctly what we wish
jou to do, provided his color sense
was perfect." If the above be true
and they assured me that it is a fact
fully established by science-I must
confess that my color-sense is defec
tive ; for I could not select from that
mass of worsted all the skeins which
contained "any of a given color"
without hesitating and without doubt
as to the correctness of some of my
decisions. The test was on all the
colcrs, for although only -three colors
(red, green and blue) were given the
shades of which were to be selected,
yet the basket contained many shades
of the other colors which were in
serted for the purpose of confusing the
The rejection was not as much of a
disappointment as it was a surprise ;
for I never anticipated the least diffi
culty in passing the examination, and
had never before known that my color
sense was at all imperfect.
I consulted a physician in Wash
ington, and after making several ex
aminations, he gave as his opinion,
that although my color-sense was de
fective, yet it was not 'ufficiently bad
to cause my rejection, as be was sat
isfied from the progress made with
that I could easily and thoroughly
learn all that was necessary to avoid
aceidents with signals.
There were sixty-seven candidates
for admission; but only thirty were
There was only one other candidate
from South Carolina (a son of one of
the mnost prominent Republican poli
ticians in the State), and he was re
jected on the mental examination;
but he did nQt seem to be doubtful
about being admitted, for he said to
me, "My father has influential friends
in Washington, and through them I
will be admitted by the Secretary of
White in Washington I met Rev.
S. P. Huagbes, who urgcd me not to
abandon the clai-n, but. with his as
sistance. I failed to get the examia
tion waived, although he felt sure that
it could have been done without the
least trouble had Congress been in
Rev. Hughes desired to be remem
bered kindly to all his friends in
Mi.2y have asked if my rejection
was not a disappointment. I canBot
say that it is one which I cared much
to have otherwise, for by a recent bill
passed by Congress the number of
ofiesin the Navy is being reduced
and, as a consequence, promotion will
be extremely slow for those who go
into the Navy now. Several years
might have been spent profitably in
the Academy, but with no more piofit
and far less pleasure than they can be
G E. WERBER.
It has been clearly established that
Catarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
any remedy that is a perfect blood
purifer will cure this disease. S. S.
S. is the remedy, being purely vege
table, and has )een known to cure
some of the. .orst cases in a few
weeks. Prie $1.00 and $1.75 per
shot in Ocala.
Adam L. Eichelberger and Robert D. Ora
Special Dispatch to the Times.
OCALA, September 25.-An er
counter with pistol* took place at aboi
7 o'clock this mo:ning in H. P. Rot
inson & Brothers store between Cc
Adam L. Eichelberger and his br
ther-in-law, Robert D. Gray, in whic
Eicbelberger was slightly and Gri
seri.usly wounded. The particula
of the affair are as follows
Gfay, who is a brother of Mi
Eichelberger, had heard that the Co
onel had accused him of wrongful
taking certain orange trees and he h.
made threats that he would kill tl
Colonel at sight. Colonel Eichelbei
ger, who had recently returued from
visit to Virginia, went to make a ei
at the house of James Gray, anoth
brother of Mrs Eichelberger, who to
him of the threats made against hi
by Robert. Afterward, while sit.tii
upon the piazza of the hotel, the Co
onel was approached by Robert, wl
gave him notice that he might be pr
pared to "have it out" with him t
The Colonel said to friends th
there was no good occasion for a dif
culty between them, but that he cou
not afford to let Gray annoy or dri
him about. He came into town ear
this morning, went into Harvey Rol
inson's store, and by permission r
moved his coat and began writing le
ters at the office desk. While so o
cupied Robert Gray came in, a
walking rapidly up the long store cri
out to Eichelberger, asking him if
was ready The Colonel held up bo
hands, protesting that he did not wi
a difficulty, when Gray fired, strikii
the Colonel in the ankle. Quick
lightning then Colonel Eichelberg
pulled his own pistol from his co
which was lying upon the desk. a
shot Gray four times; once throu
the neck, once through the 'arm
shoulder and once through the si
Gray then fell, and the Colonel, gre
ly excited, said : "Gentlemen, I'v
right to kill that man, but I will r
shoot a man who is down."
Gray was placed on a mattress a
taken to Craddock's boarding hou
where he is attended by Dr. Gai
His wounds are serious but not fat
The ball that entered his side rang
round and was taken out at his bai
Colonel Eichelberger was carriei
the Magnolia House, where he is i
tended by Dr. Maxwell. His wou
is quite a painful one. The excil
ment in the town is abating.
TJig Height of Folly.
To wait until you are in bed w
disease you uay not get over
months, is the height of folly, wl
you might be easily cured during t
early symptoms by Parker's Gin,
Tonic. We have known sickly fa
ilies made the healthiest. by a tim
use of this pure medicine.-Obsern
Sept. 28. 1E'32, by Rev. N. N. Burton,
C. B. Cow.AN, of Due West, to Miss P0,
B, STROTaEa, of Edgegeld.
October 4. 1882, by Rev. J. Steck, D.
Mi- DAyID M. DIeEERT. of Newberry,
?4iss LUz.U M.aT EwxagEISSER of Cb
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 7, 1885
List of advertised letters for week end
Selton, Joen Perkius. Jane A.
Dlarby, T. B. Pope, Lissha
Miller, A. P. Washin,gton, Sachi
Parties calling for letters will please
If advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. N
TWO EVENINGS ONLY !
Thursday and Frida;
Oct. 12 and 18, 1882
THE MADISON SQUAll
WILL PRESENT ITS TWO GEEAT PLA
[Produced over 2,000 times,)
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 181
As presented 850 times in New York,
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1882
Two Ezquisite Domestic Love Stories,
Alternate Tears and Laughter.
Seats at L. A. East's Drug Store. P
quette, $1.00 ; Dress Circle, 75c.; Galle
Soc. No extra charge for Reserved Sea
Curtain riues at 8.00 P. M., precisely.
Oct. 12, 41-It.
All persons indebted to us, by notes
accounts, for the years 1880, 1881 a
1882 are earnestly requested to come ft
ward and sett'e by tbe 1st of Novemti
next We need the money due us, a
must and will have it, or we will know I
McFALL & SATTERWEITE.
Oct. 12, 41-2t.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I am expecting to remove to Floridana
month. Any persons who wish my servic
in the Art Photographic must attend to
immediately for I intend to pack up I
frst of next month.
W. H. CLARK,
Oct. 12, 41-2t Photographer.
LAND FOR SALE.
We will sell at public outcry on the fil
Monday in November next, at Newber
C. H., that tract or plantation of land lyil
in Newberry County, containing One Hut
dred (100) Acres, more or less, and bout
ed by I .nds of Win. E. Weleb, J. W. Crowt
Joseph M. Ward and Jno. R. Spearman.
Terms of Sale.-CASH.
JULLA A AGNRW.
\ New Jdvertsements.
To Gentlemen and Youths
Who Would Make
A Good Appearance.
I would state to those who want nice fit
jy That I have in stock the most choice selec
id tion of
1e WOOLEN COODS
a ever seen in this city. My son, who ha:
Il been cutting at one of the first custon
er houses in New York, is with me, and witt
Id my foreman, Mr. Hagg, wilt he able t
please the most fastidious of my customers
mi Will also make to order Dress Shirts, Un
)g dershirts and Drawers. It costs nothinf
I_ to call and see
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
at Oct. 12, 41-tf.
ld REPORT of the Condition of "The Natn
Bank of Newberry, S. C.," at Newbersy
ve in the State of South Carolina, at the Close a
ly Business on the 3d Day of October, 1882.
e- L.,ns and Discounts.........$316,486 21
t- ,;.rdrafts................... 2,241 1
U. S. Bonds to secure Circula
tion.. ................ .150,000 0(
rd Due from other National Banks 35,484 5
ed Due from State Banks and
he Bankers ............. .. 5,622 8
tb Real Estate, Furniture and Fix
tures............ ........ 8,0)0 0
Current Expenses and Taxes
rg Paid ................. 3,472 7
as Checks and other Gash Items, 12,331 2
;er Bills of other Banks.......... 5,657 0
at Fractional Paper - Currency,
' Nickels. and Cents........ 168 0
d Specie.................... 29.525 -01
gh Legal Tender Notes.......... 11,018 0
or Redemption Fund with U. S.
e, Treasurer (5 per cent. of Cir
at- culation)...... .......... 0.750 0
i a $586,951 7
Capital Stock paid in.........$15t,000 0
od Surplus Fund............... 30,0.0 0
se, Undivided Profita............ 71,166 9
National Bank Notes Outstaad
a nig.... ........ . ........ 13A)0 0
al. Dividends Unpaid.... ....... 606 0
ed Individui Deposits subject to
sk. ciek..................... 1i4,648 2
to Due to other-National Banks.. 19.930 6
Notes :nd bills re-discounted.. 5,000 0
t- Bills Payable................ 40,000 0
e-t:ti, '51 7
I. Jno. B. Carwile, Cashier of "Th
National Bank of Newberry, S. G.," do so
emnly swear that the above statement i
true, to the. best of my knowledge an
belief. JNO. B. CA#WILE,
ith _ Cashier.
for STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,?
en COUNTY OF NEWBERRY ' 5
he Sworn to and subscribed before me, th
10th day of October, 1882.
~er T. S. DUNCAN, N. P. S. C.
e. R. H. WRIGliT, *
J. N. MARTIN, ~ .Directors.
R. L. McCAUGBRIN,)
Oct. 12. 41-It.
D.Columbia i Greenville R. R
1. -01 TH
log Southi Carolina Agricultura
and Mechanical Association,
mlAt COL UMBIA, S, C.,
NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16 and 17, 188)
__The following rates of fare for Boon
Trip will be operated by this Company.
TICKETS on sale 13th, 14th, 15th an
-- |16th. Good to 20th, viz.:
IROUND TRIP-BETWEEN COLUMBIA AN
Frost's Mills, $0 50 Pelzer, $3
Iiontgomery's, 00Oiedmnont, 3
Bookuman's, 1 00 Golden Grove, 4 I
Littleton, 1 10 GreenvIlle, 4
Wallaceville, 1 50 Anderson, 3 1
Alston, 1 50 Pendleton, 4
Peake, 1 50 Perryville, 4
Y, Hp's, . 1.5 OSeneca City, 4
Pomai. 1 50 Walhalla, 41
. Prosperit, 1 50 Jalapa, 1 I
Newberry, 1 50~ Iartin's, 2 I
Silvir Street, 1 60 ParT. O, 2
Saluda Old Town, 1 75 Laurens, 2
Chappell's, 1 95 Strother's, 1
Dyson's, 2-10' Blair's, 1
y8 Nmnety-Six. 2 25 LyleB Ford, 1
New Market, 2 45 Shelton, 1
Greenwood, 2 50 Fish Dam, 15
Hodges', 2 S0OSantuc, 1
Abbeville, 3 SoUnion, 1
Donnald's, 3 OJonesville, 22
Honea Path, 3 25Pacolet, 2 4
,Belton, 3650 Cedar S~igs, 2 6
Williamston, 3 70 Spatnurg, 8 1
All articles intended for erbibition (rac
horses excepted) will be transported free.
Prepay Freight at shipping point, an
upon presentation of receipted Freight Bill
and Certificate of Secretary of Fair Asie
'ciation that tbe article has been exhibited
money will be refunded.
For further information, address
Ass't Gen'l Freight at:d P'iss'r Agent,
Columbia. S. C
ar- M. SLAUGHTER,
ry, Gen,' Passenger Agent.
tL J. H. DRAKE, Acting Geu'l Freight Agi
Oct. 12, 4l-6t.
| A Great Vause of Human Miserj
.IS TEE LOSS OF
nd A REDIURE oN 'rnE NATUHE, TEA.TXEN4
ADRDALcure of Seminal Weakness, 0
permatorrhama, induced by Self-Abuse
Ivoluntary Emissions, Impotency, Ner
vous Debility, and Impedimenta to Mar
riage generally; Consumption, Epilepsy
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity
- &c.-Ily ROBEET 3. CULVERWELL, M.D.
author o1 the "Green Book " &c.
The world-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from hij
own experience that the awful consequen
ces of SelfAbuse may be effectually remove<
t without da.ngerous surgical, operations
ebouge, instruments, rings or cordials
." ing nt amod ofcureat ncecertair
t ad effectual, bywhich every sufferer, n<
he matter what hscondition may be, ma'
cure himself cheaply, privately and ri
ThisLecurewill prove a boop t<
togsand5 and tliossands.
Sent. under seal; in a pljn envelope, t<
-any address, on r'ecelpt ofl cents or twc
-postage stamps. AddreSS
THE CULVEEWELL XEDICAL 00.,
41 Ann St., New York, N,.Y.
r5t Post Office Box, 40.O. Oct. 12, 13-ly.
d- The patrons of the undersigned are re
:h, spectfully solicited to sell a small portiot
of the KING, and settle up at once. I ant
much in need of money, and know thal
my patrons will relieve me. .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
David Johnson, as Probaie Judge, vs. Sallie
. L. Phifer mad lbavid . Phifer.
In obedience to an order for foreclosure
passed herein by his Honor B. C. Pressly,
Circuit Judge, on 16th February, 1882, 1
will sell, at Newberry Court House, on the
First Monday (Sale-day) in November next,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
within the legal hours of sale, nli that tract
or plantation of land, situate, lying and be
ing in Newberry County and Statv afore
said, containing Two Hundred and Fifty
three Acres, more or less, and hounded by
lands of Baruch Duncan, Jobn Rice, J. L.
- Philer and Absolam Shell.
Terms of sale as set torth in said order
are as follows, to wit: One-third cash, bal
ance to be paid in two equal annual instal
ments of one and two years with interest
5 thereon from day of sale, and upon default
being made in the payment of either of the
t instalments of the credit portion a resale at
the risk of the former purchaser shall take
- place at such time as the plaintiff herein
- may indicate. Purchaser to par for papers.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Oct. 11, 1882. 41-4t
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(size 27 Inches by 20) for framing, after Man
f caksy's world-renowned picture, "Christ Before
Pilate," for which the French Government has
jst paid 100 0O francs. No such premium was
erer offered >efore.. c
Choice of Preinms for Get up Clubs:
2 The "Christ Before Pilate;" Photograph or
Quarto Album; Extra Copy of Magazine F
) for 1888.
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERNS !
Psrzasos's MAGAzINE is the best and CIheaP'.
eat of the lady's books It gives more for the
) money and combines greater meilts, than any
other. Its immense oicu!at.on and long-estab
lished reputation enables its proprietor to dis
tance all competition In short it has the
$ BEST STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
0 BEST COLORED FASHIONS. J
BEST DRESS PATrEENS,
BEST WORK-TABLE PATTERNS,
BEST ORIGINAL STORIES,
0 The stories, noveleta, &c., In "Peterson" are
admitted to be the best published. All the most
popular female writers contribute to it. In
1583 about 100 original stories will be given,
and in addition Six C)Py&iaaRT NovEzTs, by
- Ano S. Stephens, Frank Lee Benedict, Jane G.
8 Austin, "Josiab Allen's Wife," etc. A special
ty of "Peterson ," as a lady's book, is its splen
didly illustrated ardicles, and especially its
D COLORED STEEL F&SHION PLATES
) engraved on steel, TwICE TsE s;a3 or AL&
0 OTHEs, and superbly colored. Also, Household,
Cookery, and other receipts; articles on Art Em.
broidery, Flower Culture, House Decoration
0 in short everything interesting to ladies.
0 Taxe (Always in Advance) $2.00 A YAx.
4 ir Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. 4'
4 2 Copies for $3.50; 8 Copies for $4 50; With
the unparalleled steel-engraving. "Christ Be
0 fore Pilate," or a handsome PEozooars, Pic
U TOBIAL, or QUARTO ALBsX, for getting up the
8 4 Copies for $6.60; 6 Copies for $9.00; with sA
an extra copy of the Magazine for 1883, as a ii
premium, to the person geting up the Club. c
e 5 Copies for $8.00; 7 Copies for $10.50; with
both an extra copy of the Magasine for 1883, c
and the large steel-engraving, or either of the J
N Albums, to the person getting up the Club. b
d For Larger Clubs Still Greater InlteeiRgents! o
Address, po H LES J. PETERSON a
306 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa b
07 Specimens sent gratis, if written for, to $
get up otubs with. Oct 12, 41-tf. fi
a - y
. TATIO ERY
Beauti,ful ALEUIMS, large and small.
.Be#utiful SCRAP ROOKS, plain and fancy.
Beautiful DESKS, all prices.
d Beautiful WORK BOXES, handsome.
Beautiful INESTANDS, all colors.
d Beautiful PAPER WEIGETS, unique.
V INK, PENS,
0 LARGE LOT OF
5 McLAUGHLIN'S TOY BOOKS,
0 JUST IN.
SAnd a variety of other goods, making my 'I
d) stock the largest and best ever exhibited in
o m' If you don't see what yon want, ask a
STHOS. F. GRENEKER,
0 ProprIetor Herald Book Store.
8 Sep. 28, 39-tf.
Stolen from my Stable lot a large Bay
Horse, about 10o years old, star in face, scar
on shoulder, white hind feet, white ring
around one ear, with very little mane. I
will pay fifty dollar.< for return of Horse,
with proof to convict the thief.
- S D. GARLINGTON,
Oct. 2, 1882. 4u-3t Agent.
ON FRIDAY, 20lth OCT., at Beth Eden
rParsonage, I will sell FOR CASH, to the
highest bidder, my Household and Kitchen
Furniture ; also a good Piano, Horse, Bug- A
Igy and Harness, an extra Milch Cow, &c.
I J D. SHIREY.
r Oct 5, 40-3t.
1 A NW 45 SAW DIN,
Made of Good Material,
And Good Pattern,
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
Sept. 21, .38-4t.
E. B. STOKEs. JOHDE DORSEY.
S'TOKES & DGRSEFY,
Slank BoBk ManufaCIUre8f3
PA PE R RU LERS, as
Main Street, Columbia, S. Ce
OPPOSITE OPEBA HOUSE.
J. S. CI
MW BOOT, SHOE,
Store Lately Occupied as
LAIN STREET, - -
Oct. 5, 40-m.
M. L. HI]
I take pleasure in informing my friends v
lased the largest stock of
FALL AND WIN]
or Men, Youths and Boys. that has ever bee
ERN MARKED DOWN, BELIEVING IN S!
Fine line of
IENTS' FURNISHING GOO
OF ALL THE LA
d.en's Suits and Overc
Youths' Suits a
Z Call and examine my stock when in
- * All orders addressed to Box 84 will
Ipposite Grand Central,
Sept. 21, 38-tf.
Grand Offer for the
$850 Square Grand I
lAND STYLE 31 Wal a
Wae, beautiful carved legs and lyre. heavy si
on frame, French Grand Action, Grand Han
to in any way tend to the perection of the ii
1- Our price for this instrtment, boxed
trs at New York. with one Ptano Coyer, Stoo
ast reduced friux our late wholesale, factory
y tar, th~e greatest bargain ever offered the
remendoas demand for this style! Send in
Thts Piano will be sent on 15 days test tria
Loney with order. Cash sent with order will
Dth wavs if Piano is not just as represented.
IGO up. Over 35,000 in use, and not one disst
re buying. Handsome illustrated Piano Ca
monials ever awarded any piano manufact
SHEET MUSIC at one-third price. Cataloga
~ry Gooas and .7Vuens.n
We take great pleasure in informing our
-iends and the public generally, that we
re prepared this season TO EXHIBIT A
ARGER AND MORE ATTRACOTIVE
han we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE, al
iough every day we are making new ad
tions which will be kept up through the
Plaids and Stripes,
* Red Flannels,
g Crape Veilings,
Black Dress Silk,
Black Trimming Silk,
Diored Trimming Silk,
Black Brocade Silk,
Colored Brocade Silk,
We invite special attention to our
ents' Furnishing Department,
iich is now complete.
Polite and courteous attention given to
try visitor, whether purchaser or not.
When visiting the City don't fail to call
d see us.
EN II. (JHN &0.
rAT AND. FUR:
Penitentiary Shoe Store. =
- NEWBERRY, S. C
ud the public generally, that I have p zr.
it in the City, and the GOODS EAVN
L ALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES.
DS AND. NECK WEA
TE' T STYLES.
nd Overcoats. f
Suits and Overcoat&
receive prompt attention.
- COLUMBIA & ":
N PIANO CO
aext 60 days only.
'iano for only $245.
case, y fnishet. 8 strings, 77 Oc- -
otante , our new patent ovem
rpentine and large, tancy moW
mere, in aot, -every improvement- wWa
tstrument. has been added. -
ancl delivered on -board
L and Book, only
pie,.$25, for 60 day *s only. Thin i#- noir,
musical pblic. Unpreeedented datees..
'onr order at once. Do not lose this rate
I. Please send reference if you do not end =
be refunded and *eight charges paid bs
Several other-special ns" PIanos, =
IsBed purehaser. Don't- write.s-be
alogue. mailed free, giving thqhigbhe wei ?
nrer. Every Piano fully warranted -tor"3:
e of 3,000 choice pieces of popular Mosia
>ELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
*fl HEiN TIE
For the Next Sixty Day
WE WIL MAKE SPECIAL PICES
In ali Ou Lines of
Our Bargain Table.
Oontains several bundred pieces of CLOTH.~
ING and other goods which will be -
Sold Witheat-Regard to Cost.
Our Lar~ge Stdelt of
(WITH SHIETS A SPECIAITM) 1
[s offered at prices that cannot fail to;
We have in each of our lines some ODDS~
AND ENDS which we are determined to
SELL OR GiVE AWY
Q00D BARGAINS await any who can us
Co:ne and see us, and. we will tell you
why we are selling so cheap.
RVfIGli& Js . CPOF
Jun. 15, 24-if.
FEM ALE C01.LEBE 2
Zsm ose ct. na wh.l.
sad regnlar Tution.*1ncInlg
Paoti. Apl o Mee-rwn
Estate Jacolb Crouch, .Ne i
All persons having- clazims againtsb.
estate of Jacob Crouh deceased. iL
presentl them, duly attested,'on or beforA
the 4th day of-November next,'and all in-.
lebted to said estate are requested'to make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
T HOMAS H. ADAMS,.
Adm'r. Jacob Crouch, dec'd.
Oct. 5, 40--St
A School large enougrh to jusify two -
alaiesi who will teach E?glish brancbes,
latin. Music ou: Piano, Organ and Guisar,
Kinidergarten System, Qalisareie and
Eaney Work. -
For tuther information, i- quire at.
S3ept. 28, 39-tf.
All persons holding demands agains $h1
nstate of the late Mrs. Christina Mills ar
-equired to have the same proved as tbt
aw directs, to either one of the underin
i, within the next thirty days; and ai.
ersons indebted to said estate ae rqeq
;o make immediate payment to the. undern
uigned. A. B. MILLS,
J. P. BLAIR,
As Executors of the last will and testS.
nerat of Mrs..Ghrist.ina Mills, deceased.~
O., a182.9 - 40-St. a'