the newberry herald and news (newberry, s.c.).(newber .newberry,s. c., -thursday, august28,1884
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A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c.
. xx. NEWBERRY, S. C., -THURSDAY, AUGUST 28,1884. No.35.
THlE HIERULD AND NEWS,IS PUBLIAlHED
EVERY THURSDAY MORNINGAt Newberry, S. C.
* THOSI F. GRENEKER,r4IE)ITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
TERMS- 2,00 PER ANNUM.Invariably in Advance.WTCHES AND JEVELMAt the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on band a large and elegensortment of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRYSilver and Plated Ware,
lIOLIN .NND GUITAR STRINGS,SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES
WEDDINB AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.1NtDLasS YARKYT.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairinglsonr Cheaply sud with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ.\"m. 21, 4'7--"tf'
SEND ?OR PRICE LIST.
224 KING ST.CHARLESTON, S C.LA. GEST STOCK.LOW2ST PRICESIN THE SOUTH.
EEP URING A SPECIALTY.SEND ME YOUR WATCHES.
Done at tlhis Ofice.
At Low Prices for Cash.
Liver, Kidney or Stemac Trouble.Svmptoms: Impure blood. costive bowels,
irregular appetite, sour belching, pains inbile, back an,d heart, yellow urine, burn ingwhen urinating, clay-colored atools. ba.1breath. no desire for work, chills. feverirritabiity, whiti,h tnngie, dry cough,dizzy heed, with dull rain in back pirt. :9o' mentory. fosgy sight. For these lrouble'*SVATNE'.4 PIL.L." are a sure cure. Box.
(:5 Pill-). by mnail. 25 cts.. 5 for $1.00. Ald.dlre++. I). -%W AYNE & SON, Philada.. Pa.Sold by Drue-gts. Jas. S4-ly.
WXOMANDRs J. BRADFIELD'S
FEMALE REGUA'TORTars famous remedy most happily meets tae de-
mand of the age for woman's peculiar and multiformsmictlons. It I-, a remedy for WOMAN ONLY, andforONESPECILLCLASS of herdseases. It isa.'peci for certain diseased conditions of the womb,and proposes to so control theo Menstrual Functionas to regulate all the derangemcns and irregalaritiesof Woman's
MONTHLY SICKNESS.I8s proprietor claims fur it no other medical property;and to doubt the fact that this medicine does posi-tively possess suchcontrollingandregulating powersle simply to discred.it the voluntary testimony ofthousands of liing witnesses who are to-day exult-ingintheirrestoration tosoud health andhappiness.
EA'DFIBLWFE AE BEULTOIs strictlyavegetable compo:nd, and is the productof medical science and practical experience directedtowards the bene5.t ofSUfFFERING WOMAN I
Itis the studied prescriptioner a learned physicsanwhose specialty was WOMAN, and whose fame be-eames enviable and boundless because of his wonder-ful snessa in the treatment and cure of fsemalecom-plalnts. TEE REGULATOR is the GRANDES'IREMEDY known, and richly deserves its name:
WOMAN'S BEST FRIEND,Because It controla a class of functions the variousderangements of which cause more Ill health thaiall other causes combined, and thusrescuesherfrovalong train of aflctions wh!ch sorely embitter hellife, and prematurely end her existence.Oh! what aumultituds of living witnaess can tes
Lify toits charming effects'.WO3fAN! ilake to your conidne thisPRECIOUS BOON OF HEALTH!
It will relieve yon of nearly all the complaints peceliar to your sexl Bely upon It as ycursafeguiardfahealth, happinesand Iong li.Price.-Small size, '1 cents; large sise, $1.00''-Sold by all Druggists.
Prepared only byDR. J. BRADFIELD.No, 108 South Fryor Street, Atlanta, Ga.
the CHRaOSW?gouth. ltlsmaa hem
Lumber MillMenaaiIle undcr-ignted respeetfully inform Aj the citizens of Newbhrry. antd the TIsurrounding (ounties that. having loca-ted at Helen:. they are prepared to con-tract for. au-l build. Churches. Dwell-ings and other Buildings,: We guaran- Atee satisfaction both in the quality of 'our work and in the prices charged for Ait. Having an excellent saw Will weare also prepared. at short notice, to "1saw and dress lumber. Orders solicited. B,
SHOCKLEY BROS. Y;March 14 A
TRADE MARK REGISTERED. 1
L:a. i I . . 1,r B
A New Treatment wFor Conzumlpiion. Asthmha. Bron- M
chiti,z. Dvspepsia, Catarrh, lleadache.Debility. Iheumatism, Nenralgia, and .all Chronic and Nervous Disorders.
A CARD. TITIwe. the undersigned. having received great At
and permanent henetit from the use of "COM-POUND OXYGEN." prepared and administeredby Das. ST.AtKEY & PALEN. of Philadelphia, I'aand being satistled that it is a new discovery Inmedical science. and all that is claimed for it. Wconsider it a duty which we owe to the many I ithousands who are suffering from chronic and ifso-called "incurable" diseases to do all that wecan to make its virtues known anti to inspire the BIpublic with confidence.We have personal knowledge of Drs. Starkey A:
A Palen They are educated, Intelligent. andconscientious physicians, who will not, we are Sesure. make any statement which they do not Dknow or believe to be true. nor publish any tes-timonials or reports of cases which are not gen-uine.
W. D. KELt.EY.Member of Congress from Philadelphia.
T. S. AHTH UR.Editor and Publisher "Arthur's IIome
Magazine," Philadelphia. =V. L. Conrad.Editor *-Lutheran Observer." Philadel-
phia.PHILADELPHIA. PA., June 1. 18.
In order to meeta natural inquiry in regard toour proless:on:'l and personal standing. and togive increased confidence in our statements and a:the genuinen.ss of our testimonals and reportsof cases. we print the 'bove card from gentle- alersof WVall street, in thle New(orkStock Exchange.
The New York World thoughthe release of Billy McGlory a fitubject for one of its abowinable
artoons, but Bil'y McGlory. infa-nusas he was, has never inflictedtitheof the misery and ruin on,talaig theat thean Wall Simet
old age. Louisville has met citjafter city in this season, usually tfthe Ohio River Valley for 1884>y which I mean the great Exposi.ion to be held as said in this city.Che fact of what is intended to bein International Cotton Fair invew Orleans about December, ismupposed to conflict with and renler local and incomplete the event)fthe upper river and the moreniddle ground. This is all a mis-ake, and a very bad one for thosetates to make that need emigrants,,apital and the development oftheirndustries and productions. It isust as bad a mistake for any oneo make who has a picture or anatua, a machine or an invention,.coal mine or a gold mine or s;rack of timbered land to be sold,In the first place there is no rivalry)fintention. The Louisville Expoition positively limits its time to,wo mouths and some ten days,his is a matter of courtesy to theNew Orleans World's Fair, forwhile the two are not the same thernW an entire underst1anding. Thisaourtesy costs Louisville a sacrificeThe Exposition of 1883, held foiane hundred days, and the profitiwere on the last month. So itwould be again, for no newspape'advertising dies one half the goodthat is done by the delighted visitorsaying as each one did to everyneighbor, '-I had no idea it was halwhat it is. I like it better than th4Philadelphia Centennial of 1876You will be sorry for it all your litifyou don't go right over and setit" This tongue advertising takeshundred days to get well goingand the management of 1884 knoithis perfectly by experience; ye1they give way to make ample timefor the vast machines to go safeljtothe rival city. This is not a necessity forced upon them by th'exhibitors, as may be suppos2dThe rent of space is a small mattr compared to the cost of transporting hundreds of car-loads omachinery, vast lumps of coal, seetions of great trees that weigh b:the ton, and of erecting and furnishing the stands and beautifully 0onate pavilions that are for the smnaller displays. Once in place, theowner of the engine or reaper olthe new plow, wants the longestime he can get to either take orders for futr're delivery or for shipment from the factory. The plansand the organ, the wood carver anithe soap maker, the silk exhibitoiand the vendor of fine arb~china and envelope upon which were theigures giving the dimensions of
he room, and handed it to the mer-,hant.After glancing at it he gave it to
tis clerk with instrc ctions to havehe peculiar carpet wb'::h had pleas-d the old lady so much made up atnee, in time for the train uponrhich tne old people were to leaveuwn that afternoon, at the sameime telling them it should not costhem a cent.Seeing the blank look of aston-3hment which overspread theiraces, the merchant asked :"Ain't your name so and so?""Yes,"they replied."Didn't you keep a tavern atuch a time and such a place?"They replied in the affirmative."And didn't you have a boy atne time who tended bar for youLamed -?""Yes, yes; and we have oftenrondered whatever became of the
ittle cus.""Well," said the merchant, "Im that boy, and when I tendcdar for you I stole money enoughrom you to carpet your wholeouse. Take the carpet and sayLothing more about it."They took the carpet, and have
ften told the story of the way inrhich it was obtained.
ZOW TO MAKE HOME HAP-PT.
iIe was a book agent. He rungdoor-bell, and a woman who wasweeping opened the door so sudden-y that he fell off the step and nearlyost his equilibrium. But he was a>ook agent, and he recovered hisnomentum and said fluently :"I am agent :or the most celebra-
ed book ever offered to the publicince "Uncle Tom's Cabin" wasrritten, and filled with useful hints>f things that cannot be found out-ide the~covers of any other book,nud with recipes for cooking andamily prayers, and how to keepnoths:out of furs and some fine>oems by wel1tknown and popularrriters, and you can give me ydur>rder to-day and needn't pay fort till next June, or on the install--nent plan,