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The "Advertiser"-supplementary to the
Herald-makes its bow to the citizens of
Newberry with the compliments of the holi
day season now near at hand. It is not de
signed to supercede the Newberry Herald,
but in a convenient, holiday sort of fashion
to present the cards of prominent business
men of the town to the public, in the hope
that the several cards contained in it will re
ceive~the consideration they severally merit,
As stated elsewhere this paper will be pub
lished semi-occasionally-that is when the
spirit moves the publisher and advertiser
and as it is published free the reader will not
be harrassed for money. Every man, woman
and child in the county, or in any other part
of the world, if they can read will be consid
ered entitled to a copy-the only condition
required is that the advertisements be read
Read the following lines with care, and
then think what a hard life-an- editor leads:
Scratch, scratch, scratch for his daily bread,
The editor sits with low, bent head;
He writes that the rest of the world may read
That old man Jones has made a deed,
Or that little John Smith has stolen a pig;
That farmer Brown has a bran new gig;
That old maid Green is married at last;
Or Mr. Black from the earth has passed.
Thus he writes of all that is said,
Till at last we hear that the editor's dead.
Rest has come for the weary hand;
He held free tickets for the better land.
JONES & SATTERWHITE,
Their stock of DRESS GOODS,
Cloaks, Shawls, Black Alpacas,
and all kinds of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
W' LOWER M
Than any house in the State.
Customers who have bought of us, will sub
stantiate what we say.
H. A. BURNS
Is in full supply for the Holidays in
Of all kinds.
Oranges, Apples, Bananas,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BEAUTIFUL and CHEAP TOYS.
FULL STOCK OF EVERYTHING IN
DR. S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
FArnCY AIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
PEEPUKERY AND FANCY ARTI
CLES, TRUSSES AND BRACES,
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS,
PUBE WINES AND LIQUORS,
STATIONERY, GLASS AND PUTTY.
PAINT , OILS, VARNISHE9
M" Physicians' Prescriptions Accurately
JAS. F. TODD & CO.
FATHERS, MOTHERS, UNCLES, AUNTS,
YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS,
AND LITTLE FOLKS
To inspect their
2'OYS, KOTIONS, '&c.
Aw- WHICH ARE CHEAP FOR CASH.'t
B. IL CLINE&C0
STAPLE AND FANCY
BOOTS, 0 and HATE,
AT LOW DOW/N PRICES
Look Well -to Your Interest,
Invites the citizens of Newberry to ex
amine his large and varied stock 01f
GROC E lIlIS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c.
With a Guarantee of Bargains to all.
4- fAM DETERMINED TO SELL AT
SHORT PROFITS. -er
Mr. Agassiz says that in -certain
Amazonian tribes, on the day of
his marriage, -while the wedding
festivities are going on, the bride
groom's hands are tied up in a pa
per bag with fire-ants. If he
bears this torture smilingly and
unmoved, he is considered fit for
the trials of matrimony. 1.
New Style Hats.
THE HATS WE DRIVE LOW.
The new style "HELMET" at
$2 and $3
Planters best wool, at $1,0
" Saxony, at _ 1,50
These Beat All."
JONES & SATTERWHITE.
THE ST A1 TNENT
NTATONERY .GOOn I
To be oioud in Newberry,
Herald Stationery Store.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.'
Alezandres for Gents at - - $2 00
Josephine Seamless for Ladies at - 1 50
or money refunded at
JONS & SATTERWHITE'S.