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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1881.
IYDIX TO Naw AD;YRTI5EXEYT.
A. J. Kilgore-For Sale.
J. B. Fellers-Probate Sale.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff Sales.
Joseph Brown-A Rare Chance.
McSmith Music House-Pianos.
S. C. R. E.-Change of Schedule.
T. V. Wicker and others-Notice.
McFall & Satterwite-For 60 Days Only.
Fred Von Santen-Toys and Confection
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Traia wrrives................. 1 35 P M
Up matl eloses at................ 1 00 P M
Down Train arrives ........... 4 08 P M
Down mail eloess at.............. 3 SOP h1
Laurens Train arrives. .......... 9 28 A M
Laurens mail closes at...... ..... 3 30 P M
Offie hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P Y
Nowberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 188).
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rean (10 Spruce St.,) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
A Mr. L. -S. Bowers, post master at
g'rosperity is our anthorized agent at
..3iaable Land for Sale.
See advertisement of A. J. Kilgore.
Mr. Joseph Brown offers bargains in
everything in his line. We invite at
tendion to his advertisement in this is
McFall & Sa?terwhite
.Are iffering attrative bargains in all
kinds of Fall and, Winter Goods. See
their advertisement and give them a
*ThePiedmnont and Arlington..
Several policy holders of the defunct
dPiedmont & Arlingtson Life Insurance
Company have employed Messrs. Moor
(manl & Simkins, Attorneys, to look after
tirinteresta in the concern.
Or Swiss Bell Ringers, hieie chauged
thp4ate of their engagement.for New
berrye7 They will play here 'the night
'aPib38 of February. Remember the
date. Everybody will wvant to see and
'e s rd Emenempment of the Inde
p6mdent.Odor of Odd Fellows meets in
Cliarleston 'tody -(Tuesday). Silas
J*ohnn, Esq., went down yesterday,
and will preside over the Encampment.
The Grand Lodge meets Wednesday.1
There are several cases of measles in
the town andOnaty. It is mostly of
a mild type. The only death from it
that we have heard of was that of the
child of Rev. LeRoy F. Beaty, which
occurred Saturday at Mrs. Beaty's fa
ther's, Mr. J. R. Boulware.
A car of the up freight Saturday ran
off in the deep cut below the depot at
Newberry. The trucks under one of
the box cars were badly broken, and
the track was torn up for some distance.
The accident delayed the up passenger
train for two hours.
Now is the Chance for Bargains.
Yea, verily, now is the time, and if
you allow the opportunity to slip you
will repent it. The entire stock of Win
ter Clothing, now on hand, is offered at
crst, by M. L. Kinard, the extensive
Clothier of Columbia. These goods are
to be disposed of and no mistake. it
The Prosperity High School
is succeeding beyond the most san
guine expectations. There are now in
attendance ninety-seven pupils. The
number became so large that the Trus
tees found it necessasy to get an addi
The Faculty now consists of three
graduates of South Carolina Colleges:
C. W. Welch, of Newberry College, D.
C. Lake, of Wofford, and J. C. Boyd, of
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer. White Swellhng.
Catarrh, Rheumathis, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
.two great remedies will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
jExpectoranit and Croup Preventive. My
Iittle,son bad been a great sufferer from
Spasmiodic Croup during the night. _Dr.
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, which has
~ onr,~d him. I find it
If You Want
A strictly first class Piano, at the same
price you are required to pay for an in
ferior instrument, buy a Mathushek. It
possesses four grand points of superior
ity: 1. Immense volume and richness
of tone, with an absolutely perfect scale,
not a false note in it. 2. Durability and
capability of standing twice as many
years of actual service as any other pi
ano ever made. 3. Power of being
kept in tune at one-fourth the usual ex
pense. 4. Moderate cost as compared
with all other first class instruments.
The verdict of the very best musicians
of the world is that the Mathushek Pi
ano is the only perfect piano yet pro
duced and must eventually become the
leading and favorite piano of the world.
For Catalogues and Prices, address
McSMITH Music HOUSE,
3-3t Greenville, S. C.
A tial pac. :age of BLACK-DRAUGHT'
free of charge at
DR. S. F. FANT'S.
It is a Well Known Fict
Among physicians that Buchu Juni
per and Parera Brava in combination
are the best remedies in the world for
any disease of the Bladder or Kidneys,
and that not less than one half of the
human family, both male and female,
suffer from derangement of those or
gans. and neglect or failure to use pro
per remedies hurry many to untimely
graves. Numerous combinations have
been tried for Gravel, Briek Dust De
posits, Bright's Disease, Weakness in
Back and Hips, produced by derange
ment of Bladder and Kidneys, but none
with such happy results as Raukin's
Extract of Bucha and Juniper. If you
suffer from any disease of those organs,
get a bottle-one or two will relieve
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Dr. S.
F. Fant. cow
"WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladies only.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
COKESBURY, S. C., Jan. 28, 1880.
Dr. L. T. Hill :
My Dear Sir-My family have de
rived much benefit from your HEPATIC
PANACEA. As a liver regulator I
think it unequaled. I am so confident
of its virtue, that I feel justified in re
commending it to all that may be
afflicted with liver complaint.
G. W. CONNOR.
gr For sale to the trade by W. H.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
It is enough to stir a man's choler to
commence reading a blood curdling ac
count of some terrible disaster and to
find the end in a certain marvelous soap,
or wonderful specific which cures "ev
ery ill which flesh is heir to". Socie
ty should put its foot on such miserable
attempts to deceive. We believe in a
legitimate form of advertising and take
this occasion to say that Messrs. Kings
land & Heath, of Columbia. can give
you the most satisfactory showing in
China, Glass, Crockery and Fancy
Ware. Just try them and you will be
WADLEY, EMMUEL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success, for I have had
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Curine, which has
cured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHIAM. 50-ly
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
The Columbia Register will be club
bed with the HERALD as fellows: Week
ly' Register and HERALD $3.50, in
weekly Regiskr and HERIALD $5, Daily
Register and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Teoman and HERALD at
$3.50. ,. 47-tf.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
HEALD Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $.04.
This book tells you what to do for your
herse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BooK STORE.
Beauty, health, and happiness for ladies
in "WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by Da- 5- F. FANT.
When You Make Your Purchases
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap,
the best in the market. It can be had,
recollect, of all grocers. Read the fol
"This certifies that about for two
years I have used in my family the cel
ebrated Palm Soap. made by Cramp
ton Brothers, New York, and consider
it the very best ini the market for gen
eral use. I think if bought in quanti
ties and allowed to dry for a while, it
will last much longer. Altogether I
think it the cheapest in the market.
REV. F. C. KIMBALL, Enosburgh Falls,
March 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24, 48-6m.
No head-ache or back-ache for lad,ies
who drink "WiNE OF CARDUI."
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE.
Secur a cno at ne. 1-tf
The American Farmer
For January is on our table. It is an
excellent agricultural monthly, and is
worth many times its subscription price
to any wide-awake farmer who knows
how to profit by its teachings. Pub
lished by Sam'l Sands & Son, Balti
more, Md.; $1.00 a year.
The Planter and Farmer
With its present (Jannary) number
begins its forty-second year. It is the
largest agricultural journal South of the
Potomac, and if not the best is certainly
equal to any. The present number has
contributions from Senator Jno. W.
Johnston, Hon. Jno. Sherman, Hon.
Montgomery Blair, Commissioner Le
Due, Prof. Spencer F. Baird and many
other distinguished men. The subscrip
tion to the Planter and Farmer is $2.00
a year. Rolfe S. Saunders, Richmond,
Va., Editor and Proprietor.
I. O. O. F.
At the last regular meeting of Pulas
ki Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F., the fol
lowing officers were installed to serve
the ensuing term:
N. G.-Silas Johnstone.
V. G.-Jno. A. Kinard.
Sec'y.-Jas. H. M. Kinard.
Treas.-A. A. Killian.
W.-W. H. Hunt.
C.-W. 0. Goree.
R. S. N. G.-N. B. Mazyck.
L. S. N. G.-J. F. Todd.
0. G.-W. H. Blats.
P. G.-W. H. Lathrop.
With perfect truth it has been re
marked that the avenues leading to an
early grave have often been opened by
a cough or cold. All Throat and Lung
Affections instantly cured by Dr. Bull's
Cough Syi-up. Price 25 cents.
The Newberry (Lutheran) Conference
Will meet in Grace Church, Pros
perity, Friday before the 5th Sunday.
Rev. H. S. Wingard is appointed to
preach the opening sermon; Rev. J. D.
Shirey alternate. Prof. S. S. Rahn will
preach Sunday morning; subject, "The
Sonship of Cbrist"; Prof. G. W. Hol
land, alternate. Revs. S. P. Hughes
and J. A. Sligh were selected to address
the Sunday School Suniay afternoon.
The first subject for discussion by the
Conference is, "The Christian Sal
bath"; to be opened by Rev. Shirey,
Rev. Rahn alternate. The second sub
ject is, "The present coudition of our
Churches", or "The State of Religion";
to be opened by Prof. Holland, Rev.
The Christian at Work.
If any reader, whose eye shall meet
this, wants a cheery, bi'ight, religious
paper, we advise him to send three
dollars at once to The Christian at
Work, and give it a trial. The Chris
tian at Work is non-sectarian; that is,
it does not confine itself to the interests
of one denomination, but gives the
news of all. It has valuable Sunday
School Lessons; its Editorial pens tra
verse all subjects of current interest;
its Family and Home Departments are
as peculiar as they are unexcelled; it
gives the latest news from the Mission
fields. It also has a capital Farm De
partment, which gives it additional in
terest to all interested in rural life.
The Christian at Work is the health
iest, the most stimulating, the best re
ligious weekly published. Try it in
your home for a year, and see how the
old folks and the young folks and the
middle-aged folks like it. Boys and
girls reading The Christian at Work
will not seek the flashy literature of
the day; and they will learn that re
lgious reading need not be dull read
ing. T ry The Christian at Work, and
see if it is not so.
Has scme new feature every month;
is always progressive and in the ad
vance. The February number is new
before us, and its new feature is a colo
red pattern for embroidery on net, the
last 'new thing' in art needlework.
Every lady ought to have the number,
if only to get this new pattern. The
stories are unusually fine. There is a
spirited tale, 'Beyond His Reach,' il
lustrated; a weird one, 'The Egyptian
Amulet;' two novelets, one by Ann S.
Stephens, both powerful; a sketch by
that inimitable humorist, 'Josiah Al
len's Wife,' and numerous other stories,
by Frank Lee Benedict, and others, all
original, and all by American writers.
The principal embellishment is a steel
plate, ''The Lost 'Babe In The
Woods,' ope of the most charming
that we ha e ever seen. The patterns
for fashiony for the work-table, etc.,
etc., are almost countless. It is im
possible to conceive how a lady's book
could be better. 'Peterson' is undoubt
edly, as it claims to be the cheapest
and best of its kind. The terms are
but two dollars a year, with great re
ductions to clubs, and beautiful pre
miums to the person getting up a club.
Now is the time to get up clubs. Spec
imens are sent gratis for this purpose.
Address Chas. J. Peterson, 306 Chest
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pare, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith'< Serofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is too
late and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
Syrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
~of Moore's Southern Business Cniversi
Mr. W. B. Reagin has moved to
Messrs. F. N. Parker and W. H.
Blease, of Union, are in town.
Mr. S. McG. Simkins is studying law
in the office of Messrs. Moorman &
Messrs. Pope and Caldwell, of the
Newberry Bar, went up to Laurens last
week on professional business.
O. L. Schumpert, Esq., has been ap
pointed on Governor Hagood's staff,
with the rank of Lieut.-Colonel.
Mr. Fred. J. Ludette, traveling agent
for the Columbia Register, paid New
berry a visit last week. We are glad
to learn that he met with considerable
Mr. W. H. Dickert got back Saturday
after visiting a few shoe factories in
North Carolina. What he saw gave
him much encouragement. and he ex
pects soon to have a factory running in
Rev. S. P. Hughes left Wednesday
for his home in Barnwell. Thence be
goes North in the interest of Newberry
College, and expects to be absent two
months. Professors Holland and Rahn
will supply his pulpit during his ab
Prof. B. S. Bittle,son of Rev. D. F.Bit.
tle.D.D., formerly President of Roanoke
College, Va., has been chosen Principal
of the Preparatory Department of New
berry College, and has entered upon his
duties. He came on from Texas, where
he has taught for several years.
Various and all About
Oats is in demand just now.
Sun commenced shining on Wednes
Our streets never before have been so
The slowest thing' on record is the
paying of debts.
Mr. D. S. Johnson has had his new
house neatly painted.
The backbone of the bad weather it
is hoped is broken.
T. W. H. is informed that that fine
heifer's calf is of the male species.
In setting out young trees use chip
manure; it makes them grow thrifty.
If there are any peas in the County
for sale, it is advised to bring them in.
Our merchants seem to be indifferent
as to getting trade, they don't advertise.
A ride into the country showed seve
ral places where the bottom is nearly
Mr. J. B. Leonard has moved into
the store next below D. B. Wheeler &
James K. P. Goggans, Esq., has
moved into his new office opposite the
Nathan Brown, colored, is in jail for
stealing a mule, colored, from Henry
A steel door key, picked up on the
street, has been-left at this office. The
loser can have it.
The bad roads keep people from com
ing to town, consequently business is
only tolerably good.
The HERALD'S wood subscribers are
no doing their duty by any manner of
means. Wake up.
You need only attend an auction of
second hand furniture to find that there
is money in the country.
Dr. R. C. Carlisle had two fine mules
drowned in Indian Creek about ten
days ago; the creek was up.
Cholera Morbus prevails to some ex
tent among the children at Prosperity.
On Friday there were six cases.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, our Prosperity
agent, has our thanks for efficient work.
He is a splendid newspaper agent.
Auditor Jno. K. Nance has entered
upon the discharge of the duties of his
office. The Major will make a capable
The new Baptist Parsonage is being
much improved in appearance under
the skillful brush of Mr. Brannan, the
Rock Hill is exultant over the elec
tion of a dry ticket, while Chester is full
of joy and whiskey in that a wet ticket
has carried the day.
The Laurens R. R. engine jumped the
track near Martin's Depot the 12th.
Engineer Hammond was sligbtly scald
ed, and the engine was somewhat dam
The Charlotte Observer notices thir
teen deaths from railroads in three
weeks, on roads running into Charlotte,
and says "this thing is getting decided
The peculiar adaptation of Dr. Buff's
Cough Syrup to se many phases of
Throat and Bronchial diseases has ren
dered this remedy immensely popular.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A number of prominent Prosperity
ites were in town on Saturday. It is
thought that their business was to dis
cover if the mud at the Capital was
thicker than at Prosperity.
Chas. C. Grary, of Adrid, Mich., says:
-To my complete surprise, I obtained
a good night's rest, the first night I
wore an Only Lung Pad." I have suf
fered from asthma for years.-&ee Adv.
Pay your debts, and if you do not
commence with the HERA:.D, pay the
Apothecary, the Dry Goods, Grecery,
Butcher or some other man. Start the
ball in motion. Somebody will feel1
good. nrcomntn n h fc
A -...--,- an mmonHno nn ihn fact
ple getting out into the sunshine or
Wednesday last. One, a merchant, or
b;eing asked to make out his accoun
said he couldn't think of it-the sun
shine was good enough for him.
A number of ghosts were seen at th
iNewherry Hotel the night of the 12th
ILhe young people had a "phantom par
Ly", and so complete were the disgaises
.hat it was hard to tell who was who.
Soine laughable mistakes occurred.
Harry O'Neill, formerly of Newber
ey, new of Winnsboro', has been ar
rested on a charge of violating the elec.
ion laws. He was put under bond tc
tppear before the U. S. Court.
A large number of arrests have beern
nade in Fairfield County.
One freight train ran into another on
be C. & G. R. R., below Alston, Tues
lay. Dr. Westmoreland, of Greenville,
umped out of the cab of the forward
rain and sprained his ankle. A box
ar or two was smashed, the rear engine
ost its smoke stack-these were all the
Our neighbor, The News, has entered
ipon its fourth year under favorable
tuspices, for which we extend congratu
ations. We join our neighbor in its
tdvice to the public to take both County
apers if practicable. If you can take
)nly one of them, and don't want the
JERALD, take the News.
Mr. Joseph H. Bouknight has pur
bhased from Miss Elizabeth Yarbrough,
)f Seneca City. that fine plantation in
Edgefield County, known as the Kin
iey place. It lies on the C. C. & A. R.
., between Johnston and Trenton,
mnd contains five hundred and twenty
even (527) acres. The price was $10,
he Lutheran Visitor
Will in a short time be removed from
Prosperity to Newberry. Rev. Jacob
3awkins has tired of the editorial "easy
hair" so-called, and has retired. Rev.
Prof. S. S. Rahn, of Newberry College,
;ucceeds him. Rev. Prof. Holland wil]
ve his assistance in the editorial work
f the paper as far as his time will al
ow. Mr. Quantz, the present publish.
)r, will continue its publication, the
)nly change being in the editorship and
Mr. Hawkins, we hear, will leave
;oon for Pennsylvania.
he Sunday Magazine for February.
This is the second number of the ninti
olume of this excellent periodical
which is now conducted, we see, by th<
Rev. Alfred Taylor, an experienced cor
respondent and editor. Tbo former ed
tor of The Bunday Magazine, Rev. Dr
Deems, will, it is announced, be hence
orth a regular contributor, and othei
ttractive features have been adde<
which will increase its already grea
popularity. The present number is lit
rally crowded with good things, o
which our space will only permit
general notice. 'The Temiperance
Movement,' by Alfred H. Guernsey
'Missionary Successes in Tahiti,' by tb~
Rev. Daniel Edwards, 'Characteristic
f the Esquimaux,' are replete with in
erest and information, and liberally il
ustrated ; 'Hard Places in the Bible,' b3
Rev. Dr. Deems; 'Women of th<
Bible,' 'International Sunday-schoo
Lessons,' 'The Home Pulpit,' etc., ar<
mong the many noteworthy features
[n the department of fiction 'Out of th4
World' is continued, and there arn
numerous short stories, sketches, es
says and poems by distinguished wri
es. The miscellany is unusually abun
ant. In fact, the number is a rarely at
ractive one in its literary features an<
ighly creditable to the editor. It con
tains 128 quarto pages and over 100 ii
lustrations, $3 a year; single copy, 24
ents-postpaid. Frank Leslie's Pub
lishing House, 53, 55 and 52 Parn
Place, New York.
Pretty Picture Booke
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Ordinary .......................--- 8
Good Ordinary.................... 91
Middling ...................... .
Good Middlin .................. -
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Curreni
CORRECTED W IEKLY
By J. N. MARTIN & c
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Shoulders. Sugar Cured.....
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DRY SALTED MEATS
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PERRY, GA., April 14, 18
I have watched the use of the medi
now known as "Swift's Syphilitic Spec
3ince the year 1827-over 50 years-and I
never heard of a fail'Ere to cure when prc
ly taken. I commenced the use of it ot
slaves, between 1850 and 1865, and _as
did a number of my neighbors, and in e
case that came within my knowledge i1
fected a cure. In 1835 my brother-in
George Walker, bought at auction a.s
not warranted. After the purchase it
discovered that he had had Syphilis
twelve years. His head was without a
on it. He treated him with this remedy,
ifour weeks he was sound and well, at
a short time had as fine a head of bha
was ever owned by a negro. Hie owned
slave many years, and he never nad any
urnk of the disease, nor lost a day's a
This is only one among hundreds of insta
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H. L. DENNAR
T.E SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY,
prietors, Atlanta, Ga.
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Nov. 26, 48-tf.
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PianOs and Organs,
Greenvlotte, N. C.
take. Beat these Figures
if you Uan.
ORGANS-15 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, Sub
Bass and Coupler, Beautiful Walnut Case,
only $65. 9 Stops, 4 Sets Reeds, only $59.
7 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, $55. Stool and Book
PIANOS-Large Size, Rich Rosewood
Case, 7 Oct., only $179. Largest Size, 7j
10 Oct. only $200. Square, Grand, Extra
Large Magnificent Case, only $250. Good
~.Stool and Cover given.
Fifteen Days Test Trial.
We pay freights if not satisfactory. These
instruments are from
. OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSES,
and are fully guaranteed.
No mistake about these Pianos. In addi
tion to the large number we have sold
throughout South .nd North Carolina, there
are eight or ten right here in the.city of
~Greenville, some of which have been i use
over SIX YEARS, and are still giving per
nl fect satisfaction.
3 Oucr Easy One Year Plan
7 Enables every one to own a good Piano or
Chickering, Mathushek, Guild & CE.,
4 Arion, Southern Gem, Favorite Pianos, Ma
1 son & Hamlin, Peloubet & Co., Sterling Or
Igans have no Superiors.
10 Send for Christmas Price Lists and Cata
g logues. It will pay you.
eine Prices on Guitars, Violins, Banjos, Ac
in cordeons and all small instruments ae
lae greatly reduced. Address
per- McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
as Greenville, S. C., P. 0. Boi: 15.
*f- H. McSMITH,
lave Dec. 8, 35-6m Charlotte, N. C.
hair J. B. LEONARD,
ir as Dealer in
cn Wines, Liquors, Segars
" Tobacco, &c.
Respectfully informs the public that his
D- stock is full and complete in all lines.
Choice Goods, Low Prices,
ad." POLITE ATTENTION.
[6 Nov. 2448 tf
a"-1 NEVER FAILS
ued. To Give Entire Satisfaction.
k. A pill that has become standard and is
having an unprecedenited sale throughout
-- the South, is
and They are honest,
o They are certain,
***- They have no equal,
adAnd are recommended by thousands as he
I o- ing a.nd doing all that the proprietors claim
o- for them.
ubs- They have never failed to have the de
isan sired efreet where other pills have b.C-a un
be- successfully tried.
ei' W. E. PELHAM'S.
he Dec. 15., 47--ly
3"as A New Lot of Nice
age Just received at
aid J. Taylor's Repository,
Below M. Foot & Son's, on opposite side.
t' Call and look at them. For sale by
-- TAYLOR & CLINE.
Sep. 15, 38 - -4m.
I arn now prepared to supply BEST NOR
FOLK OYSTERS in any quanti:y, large or
sm,ll, and respectfully solicit orders from
my friends in Newberry~ and surrounamg~
Counrces. Orders promptly attended to
N~ and suisfaction guaraLnteed.
M1. B. B3ATEMAN,
ANK ov. COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE,
No.1,46-tf CottMBIu, S. C.
We want a limited number of active, en
ergeti c.anvaser to enaein ampeant1
and profitable busineSs. Good mcn will
i)ry Goods and .Votion c.
WiheR Was the Immense
crowd Rusiing ?
WHY, DON'T YOJ !;OW?
44 R I G0008 PORIfM
B. n Lb & CO,
To examine the LA RGE STOCK of
Staple ad fcy Goods
OVELTIE DRESS GOODS!
A few more pairs-left of the job lot wo
ens' Shoes f'cr 7 1 .00.
We will appreciate an opportunity to
how you our Fal Goods without imnportu
aity to purchase.
B. H. CLINE & CO.
Oct. 27, 44-tf.
The Great Wonder
of the Age.
It is a mysterv to nnv:
people how I can sell
goods at such LOW
PRICES. The secret
is, I buy niv goods with re
ference to the special wits
of my custouiers, and withi.
an experience of twenty,
years in the Dry Goods busi
ness, I know exactly whati
to buv. I desire to call the;
attention of the public gen
erally to the fact that I have;
now on hand the most
varied and best
of Goods ever exhib
i,ed in thy city of Columbia.
Grateful to the good people
of Newberry County for
tcheir liberal patronaze here-j
tofore, I trust, by fair deal.
ing, to receive a continuance
of their favors. I espe
cially invite the
ladies to examine my
extensive stock of fine Silk
Ribbons, ranging from 5
cents to $1.00 per yard,;
which are unsurpassed by
xny House in the South.
Come one and all, exam-!
inc my goods and buy them
while the stock is complete
in every department. Re
member the place.
C. F. JACKSON,
120 Main St., Columbia, 8. C.
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
L. C. SWYGE ET respectfully informs his
friends that he can be found at the above
Sep. 22, 39-tf.
Watdches, Clocks, Jewelry.
1V1mlE8 AND JERFLRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE OASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VAEIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Electionl is Over.
Now go and hear the vote~s counted at
CLARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Works that have ever been exhi6ited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
there sit for your picture, and take to your
homes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
go ere it. is too late.
*Mr. W. HI. Clark feels confident, after an
experience of fifteen years. that he can
produce a class of work that will please
and give perfect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to
any desired side, also reducing to the
smallest, a specialty.
For style and quality of work, refers to
the editor of this paper.CLR BRS
Nov. 10, 46-tf.
MRS. JENNIE BRANNAN
Rspectfully iforms the citiz.ens of New
berry and surroundinig country, that she
has or ned a first class DRESS MAKING
ESTBLISHMENT, fronting Mr. Newton
Martin's residen.ce, in the house known as
the Rev. J. W. Humibert's. I guarantee
first class work and perfect fits, and as to
prices I am confident they will give satis
faction. I bormer!y lived in this town, and
commenced this business with Mrs. Stod
dard. Since then I have had more than
six years exper'ence, partly in this State
and partly in Georgia. and have returned
here in the hope of obtaining a portion of
the pubilic patrona:ge. I also make all
kinds of GENTLE~MEN'S CLOT HING, when
cut by a Tailor. Boys' Clothing I cut and
fit slf by; Ghart Measure-during dull
seasons. I~also make all kinds of UNDER
WE AR. Give mec a call, one and all, and
I guarantee perfect satisfaction.
MRS. JENNIE BRANN AN.
Dec. 1, 49-urm.
That Car Load -of large
heavy first class
which have been bought at 25 per cent 'ess
tban the conmbination price, and will be
80LB FOR LESS
Than any Stoves of the same ~class ever