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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 MORNING At Newberry, S. C.
* THOSI F. GRENEKER, r4IE)ITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
TERMS- 2,00 PER ANNUM.Invariably in Advance. WTCHES AND JEVELM At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on band a large and elegen sortment of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Silver 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 Repairing lsonr Cheaply sud with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. \"m. 21, 4'7--"tf'
SEND ?OR PRICE LIST.
McELREE'S Jewelry PALACE
224 KING ST. CHARLESTON, S C. LA. GEST STOCK. LOW2ST PRICES IN 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 in bile, back an,d heart, yellow urine, burn ing when urinating, clay-colored atools. ba.1 breath. no desire for work, chills. fever irritabiity, whiti,h tnngie, dry cough, dizzy heed, with dull rain in back pirt. :9 o' 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.
WXOMAN DRs J. BRADFIELD'S
FEMALE REGUA'TOR Tars famous remedy most happily meets tae de-
mand of the age for woman's peculiar and multiform smictlons. It I-, a remedy for WOMAN ONLY, and forONESPECILLCLASS of herdseases. It isa.'peci for certain diseased conditions of the womb, and proposes to so control theo Menstrual Function as to regulate all the derangemcns and irregalarities of 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 powers le simply to discred.it the voluntary testimony of thousands of liing witnesses who are to-day exult- ingintheirrestoration tosoud health andhappiness.
EA'DFIBLWFE AE BEULTO Is strictlyavegetable compo:nd, and is the product of medical science and practical experience directed towards the bene5.t of SUfFFERING WOMAN I
Itis the studied prescriptioner a learned physicsan whose 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'I REMEDY known, and richly deserves its name:
WOMAN'S BEST FRIEND, Because It controla a class of functions the various derangements of which cause more Ill health thai all other causes combined, and thusrescuesherfrov along train of aflctions wh!ch sorely embitter hel life, and prematurely end her existence. Oh! what aumultituds of living witnaess can tes
Lify toits charming effects'. WO3fAN! ilake to your conidne this PRECIOUS BOON OF HEALTH!
It will relieve yon of nearly all the complaints pece liar to your sexl Bely upon It as ycursafeguiardfa health, happinesand Iong li. Price.-Small size, '1 cents; large sise, $1.0 0''-Sold by all Druggists.
Prepared only by DR. J. BRADFIELD. No, 108 South Fryor Street, Atlanta, Ga.
the CHRaOSW? gouth. ltl±smaa hem
Ct NTBACTORS -AND-
Lumber MillMena aiIle undcr-ignted respeetfully inform A j the citizens of Newbhrry. antd the TI surrounding (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- A tee satisfaction both in the quality of ' our work and in the prices charged for A it. Having an excellent saw Will we are also prepared. at short notice, to "1 saw and dress lumber. Orders solicited. B,
SHOCKLEY BROS. Y; March 14 A
TRADE MARK REGISTERED. 1
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L:a. i I . . 1,r B
A New Treatment w For Conzumlpiion. Asthmha. Bron- M
chiti,z. Dvspepsia, Catarrh, lleadache. Debility. Iheumatism, Nenralgia, and . all Chronic and Nervous Disorders.
A CARD. TITI we. the undersigned. having received great At
and permanent henetit from the use of "COM- POUND OXYGEN." prepared and administered by Das. ST.AtKEY & PALEN. of Philadelphia, I'a and being satistled that it is a new discovery In medical science. and all that is claimed for it. W consider it a duty which we owe to the many I i thousands who are suffering from chronic and if so-called "incurable" diseases to do all that we can to make its virtues known anti to inspire the BI public with confidence. We have personal knowledge of Drs. Starkey A:
A Palen They are educated, Intelligent. and conscientious physicians, who will not, we are Se sure. make any statement which they do not D know 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 to our proless:on:'l and personal standing. and to give increased confidence in our statements and a: the genuinen.ss of our testimonals and reports of cases. we print the 'bove card from gentle- a< men well and widely known and of the highest is personal character. Our "Treatise on Compound Oxygen." containing a history of the discovery Ii of and mode ol action of this remarkable cura- y tive agent. and a large record of surprising cures in Consumption. Catarrh. Neuralgia. Bron. ti ehitis. Asthma. etc.. a I a wide range of chronic diseases, will be sent t.ae. n Address Dr .i ARKEY 4 PA LEN, F
1109 and 1111 Giraid Street, Philadel- E phis.. Pa'tr "THE GENUINE
STILL AHEAD." f IN
We desire to again axtend an invita- t< tion to the la EAEERS t
and all others in need of a first-class st
Sewing Machine "si to ca:ll at our oflice. No. 5. Crotwell LI Building, aund inspect our mnachainIes. antd Si samlet of~woark donei apomn samin yovur n pre.3ence. From the tuest fabric to the heaviest baviier cloth or leat her.
Th'ere~ imust he some good reasoin why f Three Quarters of the machaines sol :are s:
Genuine Singer Machines.* Bmiy one youirself and flid out. Every 'I
machbine wvarrantred. $rold for cash or w easy paayments. 2.000 Offices in the Unmi- ted St ites.
P'ar:s. Oils and Needles for The Singer :an 1 all oither machines on hand and for C
The Singer M'f'g Co., tiE. CABANISS, pManager. i ti
PIANOS, GrandUprght nd Suare Theuperoritof he -STIEF"
Gvrad,Amerightand Sqyure.n ''euprorvaty at the" IEF e
byte ihetPuiarl auhoite78ad. Heeae ftheEdementa f oeadry n
THighaeseret inHonondrk- Oealm ersicanad Elean Euon
Appearnc.17S itr:e tassorment of erdbn
P1an0 lwaysli olleged. .eiaie n Generl astWherl DAbiityfr.
Bardett, Palace, Sting,onew Eng-W k glan,iand lean Wite
i:aNoS andvay oGnS sld.nES N
?li.SSTALLIENTS. ia.staken in Exchange, also thor-
o .ghly repaired(. ig'Send for illustrated Piano or Or-
gan Catalogne. Chas. M. Stieff,
No. O. NoRT11 LIBERTY-STREET, BALTlIMORE, MD.
F. Werher, Jr.. Agenlt, NewbhrrT. Apell 97
gamblers have. Numbers of foolish girls and gilded dies were led on the downward path to ruin at Ar- mnory Hall, but all of the crime, profanity and sin that were ever engendered there, would not equal the ruin wrought in Wall street in a single day. Mr. Dickinson goes into exile after a long .nd honora- ble life, branded as a t'iief, and the men who got the money flaunt their ill-gotten riches at Newport, Sara- toga and Long Branch. The latest news is that Billy Mc-
Glory after his release experienced a change of heart, and was going to open a Mission like Jerry McAu- ley's, where the Magdalene and the tramp might be brought to a sense of their lost condition. But just as the goody goodies got ready to give Billy a welcome and reception, Billy went off on a tear with the boys. He set up the champagne for the crowd, got as tight as bricks, and the conclusion is forced upon us that the day of his salvation is yet far off. One of Her Majesty's Own got
laid by the heels here last week, and had a novLl and unpleasant ex- perience in our great and noble country. He left England on a three month's furlough, intending to 'unt 'Hindians and buffaloes. He: had scarcely landed in. New York-when he started out to see the Elephant. He saw Jumbo, and though he started out a well dress. ed gentlemen, with a fine watch and a couple of hundred dollars in his pocket, yet he landed at twelve o'clock at night in the vicinity of 1'ive Points, not only miuns his valuables but also minus his clothes. When the policeman lugged him off to limbo, he looked like the worst kind of a tramp. He wandered about the town for three days till he was almost starved to death. At last he found his way to Castle Garden where he made his story known. It is probable that Lieu tenant Campbell of Her Majesty's Own will in a few days be floating on an even keel, but he won't for- get his experience among the blarsted Yaikees in a hurry.