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WEDNESD1AY, MAR. 9, 1881.
INzx TO NawA BTI8EMENTS.
John L. Cook-Noe.
A. Reid-Strayed or tolen.
Silas Johnstone-Mastber's Sale.
J. T. Patrick-A Paper 12 Months for 10
Taylor & Cline-Buggies, Phtons and
Sichmond & McElreth's Dramatic Compa
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ipsrin arriees................. 1 35 '1
Ip i-closes a.t................ 1
:D* Train arrie ..........- 4
Dognmail cioSeS at.............. 3 30 P M
LureniTrain rives. ......... 9 28 A M
LauTus-mail closes at...... ...330PM
OBce honra from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1880.
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remt (10 Spruce St..) where advertising con
:rat may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. W. H. Dickert has bought of
Messrs. Mills & McBrayer, of Green
e..-vl, machinery for making pegged
shoet. and has put it up in the back
vartof his shoe store in town.
Is ealled to the card of Messrs. Tay
lo '8sCline, who have on hand a sope
ri clot of Buggies, Phtons and Car
1s, which they are able to dispose
of at low figures.
-Apetition is being circulated and is
receiving a great many signatures ask
in.g the Legislature at its next session
ta pass a law prohibiting the manufac
tire and sale of spirituous liquors in the
Two New M. D's.
.Mr. W. E. Lake and Mr. J. M. Ale
ine graduated at the Charleston Medi
1l College~ the 5th instant. There
were twenty-nine graduates. Dr. Ale
wine, with three others, received hon
(rable mention for the high stand they
Is- eupied in the class and college..
We Cail the Attention
-(Jf our readers to the advertisement
-of A Paper 12 months for 10 Cents."
Tis is -no humbug. But it is some
=thifg worthy of encouragement, as it
has-for its aim the advancement of the
Agrieultural and Mechanical industries
of the Southern States. We would
like for all of our subscribers to send
To -ongressman Jno. H. Evins for
- nteresting Cogesoa documents.
Mr. Jas. 0. Meredith again comes to
the respue of the editors. At this sea
sonodfscarcity itis hard temake up a
* dinner of variety, but when our Helena
-fi-ien&and gardener brings in .his bas
kets the difficulty is all over. It is
pligsiiling thenL Thanks, thanks.
,For February was issued from its new
oficee in Faith Cottage, and shows de
-cided improvement. It is published
and:edited by Rev. W. P. Jacobs, the
founder and Superintendent of the
Tiornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C.;
the typographical work is done by boys
in the Orphanage, and it is printed on
the press belonging to the Orphanage;
the proceeds of the Monthly going to
ward the support of the Orphanage,
which is one of tbe best and most suc
cessful charitable institutions in the
country, and deserves the unstinted pa
trenage of the public. By subscribing
to the Mlonthly-only $1.00 a year-you
get many times the value of your
money, and at the same time aid in a
The IHlustrated Scientific News.
One of the handsomest publications
is the Illustrated Scientifc News, pub
lished by Munn & Co., New York.
Every number contains thirty-two
pages, full of engravings of novelties
in science and the useful arts. Orna
mental wood .werk, pottery, vases and
objects of modern and ancient art are
The March number contains, among
various other subjects illustrated, a full
description of the manufacture of paper
hangings, with engravings; how the
deceptive curve is produced in casting
the ball by the baseball pitcher, his at
titude, how he holds and handles the
ball, all fully illustrated. The number
before us also contains engravings of
Capt. Eads' proposed ship railway
across the Isthmus, and a novel hy
druIn aitioay lmtise. otn
maion .tluale this or cntiainsn
Trade Increases TI
Every day at the HERALD Book Store,
and why? Because the stock of School jei
Books, Blank Books. Letter Paper. En- cc
velopes and Stationery of all kinds is bE
large and complete. A splendid lot of ta
Invitation paper with double envelopes, In
Bill Head paper, white and colored, to
Cards and other mterial for printing, D
at this of9.ce.. Come and see speci- eli
. . Sa
A. B. C. books, containing valuable M
information about Flowers and Cana
ries, with lots of fun for the little folks, Th
presented to ladies free at any Drug
Store. Call early if you want one.
ALSTON, FAIRFIELD CO., S. C., sti
Feb., 1880. th
Dr. L. T. Hill: la
Dear Sir-I am proud to say that your o
medicine has done more for me than
all the other medicines I have ever
tried. I pronounce your HEPATIC PAN- Rt
ACEA superior to all for Liver, Stomach co
and Dyspepsia. Tt
Your respectfully, CO,
J. S. SWYGERT.
M' For sale to the trade by W. H. ci.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Pelham. . 8-1m. an
"WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladies only. th4
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT. if
He Capitulated. ou
"See how she leans her cheek upon
her hand; would I were a glove upon
that hand that I might kiss that cheek." th
Well, if you accomplished that little all
job you might have cause to wish you no
hadn't gone and done it. Listen while
her ruby lips part in soft whispering, Bk
"Oh that I were in Kingsland & Heath's
great caravansery of household goods CL
that I might go through their elegant be
stock of china, glass, crockery and other ws
ware, wouldn't I be happy. I'll get af- tel
ter George to-night, see if I don't, and ro:
I'll soft soap him in such a manner that tw
he will consent to my going down to co
Columbia." We are happy to say that he
George was promiscuously soaped and ve
capitulated like a good husband. tf in(
TaoaPsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald offie Br
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills us<
and fever impossible. thi
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT. Le
Liens for Sale. p
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,f
for sale at this office.ta
Do not fail to call on your druggist .q
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, .Smith's Scrofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.ca
Call on your druggist before it is too dit
late and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula ca
Srup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., PresidentA
of Moore's Southern Business Universi- A
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that Cc
1 have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant stc
in my family for several years, and can go
recommend it as an invaluable remedy tif
for Coughs. etc., and have found it su-.
perior to any other remedies that I have J3
tried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEL- thU
HAM. 50-1y. oti
No head-ache or back-ache for ladiesth
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by -DR. S. F. FANT. p
It is Found at Last! Ca.
SOMETHING NEW UiNDER THE SUN.- pe
A new era is dawning uipon woman. csj
Hitherto she has been called upon to to
suffer the ills of mankind and her own be
besides. The frequent and distressing Tt
irregularities peculiar to her sex have jot
long been to her the "direful spring of m<~
woes unnumbered." In the mansion of
the rich and hovel of poverty alike wo- Ps
man has been the constant yet patient
victim of a thousand ills unknown to fo'
man-and without a remedy. "Oh.
Lord, bow long!" in the agony of her on
soul, bath she cried. But now the hour
of her redemption is come. She will i
suffer no more, for Bradfield's Eematle
Regulator, "Woman's Best Friend," is t
for sale by all Druggists.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlan
ta, Ga., price $1.50 per bottle. e.o.w.
Beauty, health, and happiness for ladies w:
in "WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT. be
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse. vi:
This valuable book is for sale at the
H ER ALD Book Store, price only 25 cents v
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your be
hrse whben sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anxiety. to
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BooK STORE.
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.N
For sale by DR. s. F. FANT.
When You Make Your Purchases R.
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap, W
the best in the market. It can be had, si'
recollet, of all grocers. Read the fol
"This certifies that about for two d
years I have used in my family the cel- G:
ebrated Palm Soap. made by Cramp- be
ton Brothers, New York, and consider bi
it the very best in? the market for gen-.
eral use. I think if bought in quanti- s1
ties and allowed to dry for a while, it
will last much longer. Altogether 1 T
think it the cheapest in the market.
REV. F. C. KIMBALL, Enosburgh Falls,R
March 30th, 1880."&
Nov. 24, 48-6m. i
MILLER'S ALMANACS! f
AT THE HER ALD BOOK STORE.
Secure a copy at once. 1-tf
A tral pac .age of "A ILACK-DRAUGHT' Si
free of charge atw
D. S. F. FANT'S. c
ie American Farmer
For March treats of a variety of sub
ts. Among these are articles on the
ltivation of garden vegetables, fruits,
es, poultry, live stock, &e. It con
ins an able paper on Land, Labor and
nmigration, that is of special interest
the South Atlantic States. -Its Home
?partment is conducted with taste and
Subscription $1.50 per year; Sam'l
nds & Son, Publishers, Baltimore,
e Richmond & McElreth Dramatic Coin
Presented "Divorce", a pretty socie
play, at the Prytaneum last (Mon
y) night. The company were entire
angers to the New berry public, and
attendance last night was not as
*ge as it ought to have been. This is
e of the best troupes that has visited
s place this season. Miss Irving is a
ceful and charming actress, and Mr.
-hmond performs admirably. As a
nic actor Mr. McElreth is excellent.
Le whole troupe is first class. The
tumes are elegant, the orchestra is
od, and the scenery is fine and espe
lly adapted to the plays. Everybody
a highly pleased with the perform
ee last night. The company play
ur Boys," a comedy,..to-night, and
3y will no doubt have a full house.
you want to see a real!goodjplay go
Ladies are advised to call at once on
ir Druggists for the A. B. C. book,
about Flowers and Canaries. Costs
>w the Whistle!
'he contemplated Railroad from
ester, S. C.. by the way of New
-ry and Edgefield, to Augusta, Ga.,
i soon be buih-if the people in
ested will only will it to be so. This
id would shorten the distance be
een some of the most important
nmercial centres in the Western
misphere. The resources to be de
toped are immense. To say noth
of the farming interest and the
iber along the proposed route, the
ad River and the Saluda may be
Ad to turn machinery enough to keep
s Railway in a flourishing condition.
t a heavy lot of elbow grease be ap
ed to the wheels of progress without
-ther delay, or any more unnecessary
k; and let the whistle blow in tri
iphant strains over tbe suceess of
he Chester & Augusta Railroad."
>brand vs. Aiken.
[. S. Commissioner E. M. Stoeber
ne to Newberry Friday to take ad
ional testimony in the contested
;e of Stolbrand against Aiken.
. E. B. Gary, of Abbeville, Mr.
ken's attorney, being engaged in
lumbia, requested George John
ne, Esq., to appear in his stead. A
od many witnesses came in to tes
r. Mr. Jobnstone made three ob
tions to the taking of testimony: 1st,
it Mr. Stolbrand had not served the
ier side with the names of the wit
ses he proposed to examine; 2nd,
it a U. S. Commissioner is not the
per and legal officer to take testimo
in such a case as this, and, 3d, that
mmissioner Stoeber is not the proper
rson to take testimony in this case
yecially, by reason of his relationship
one of the parties to the contest-he
ing a son-in-law of Mr. Stolbrand.
e Commissioner immediately ad
rned Court without taking any testi
Mdr. S. S. Langford has gone North
eo. S. Mower, Esq., has gone North
Mr. Geo. G. Lane, of Spartanburg,
Mrs. Mower has gone to New York
Dr. Andrew Wallace, of Greenville,
is in town yesterday.
Dr. Sam Pelham, of Hendersonville,
s on a brief visit here last wveek.
Dr. R. H. Land, former ly of Ne w
rry, but now of Augusta, paid us a
it last week.
Mr. John M. Harmon, who has been
ry low with typhoid pneumGnia, is
Mr. F. W. Sindorf, of Charleston, M.
.Grand Master, I. 0. 0. F., was in
wn last week.
Mr. Thos. N. Berry, of Chester, Grand
orthy Secretary, I. 0. G. T., paid
awberry a visit last week.
Mrs. Thompson, the wife of Dr. John
Thompson, of New berry, is very low
th typhoid pneumonia. She has been
k about two weeks.
Miss Gabe Owens stopped over Fri
y night on her way to Abbeville and
:eenville to visit relatives. She had
en spending a few weeks in Colum
a, and for the past year has been re
ling in Florida near Jacksonville.
Mr. Rantin, travelling for Edmunds
Brown, of Charleston, and Mr. J.
.Smith, travelling for Edwin Bates
Co., of Charleston, spent several days
town recently. They are both very
id of Newberry; it is an oasis in the
isert, as it were to the~m.
WALY E INE o,G.
WALE,tMAUE 1o, 18.
Getee:chl tt.dn the 1879.
aGentlembn: thile sutter, te on
a eml oni smymeg, I iayoure
.tarCrne old sor caued,i byond fete
itye od durigte laused bya fter ha
gve thrughly thesltediI war. come
Various and all About.
Apricots in bloom.
Small grain is looking well.
More than anything else is a fire en
And next in order is a first class cot-!
The burning of Baird's grocery came
near being a first class fire.
Prosperity can beat any place in the
State for eggs.
There was ice Friday morning, and
early gardeners got a scare.
The roads are as dry as a powder
horn, but very rough in some places.
The New berry butchers ought to get
rich, steak at 12 1-2 cents and roast at
Rev. A. J. Stokes will preach in the
Methodist Church in town Wednesday
Pneumonia prevails to some extent,
and in a form which resists the old
Again do we solicit our friends to
send us all items of news as they occur
in their neighborhoods.
Subscribers are requested to renew
as their time expires. The red mark
gives notice of expiration.
The Hawkeye describes a shingle wed
ding as occurring when the first child
is old enough to spank.
The down passenger train Monday
ran over a cow belonging to Mr. W. R.
Smith at Chappell's, and killed her.
Be diligent, be prudent, be economi
cal, and then thou wilt be able to pay
The old "Simmons House" on the
corner of Friend and Nance Streets, is
now called the Mansion House.
Josh Billings says the world is filling
up with educated fools; mankind read
too much ond learn too little.
Outside work has been resumed, and
the Opera House and the Market ex
tension are being pushed ahead.
The C. & G. R. R. is building a
"round house" at Columbia, which will
be used for sheltering and repairing
There has been a number of cases of
pneumonia for the past month, caused,
no doubt, by the extreme celd of the
The man who gets the maddest at a
newspaper squib is usually the fellow
who borrows the paper he reads it out
Wednesday, the 2nd instant, was Ash
Wednesday, the beginning of Lent.
Good Friday comes this year on the
15th day ef April.
Fruit trees are more cautious than
usual this year; at this time last year
they were in full bloom, and got caught
by the big frost of March 12th.
Mr. A. C. Jones is making extensive
preparations to accommodote the lovers
of ice cream, lemonade, and "sich",
during the approaching season.
The proposed Chester and Augusta
railroad, of which the Edgefield Adver
tiser speaks, would be a great thing for
Newberry-both town and county.
McSweeny, of the Hampton Guar
dian, since his appointment as Major of
the "Melish", has had an inch added to
his boot heels.
To-night (Tuesday) and to-morrow
night at the Prytaneum. The enter
tainment to be afforded by the Richmond
& McElreth Dramatic Company.
A large lot of superfine paper, white
and tinted, for printing bill heads and
letter heads at this office. Envelopes
of all nes printed at low rates.
In cnsequence of the sudden severe
cold snap all gardening will at once be
stepped. Seed already in the ground
may be left there. Wait for favorable
"What a blessin' it is," said a hard
working Irishman, "that night niver
comes on till late in the day, when a
man is tired and can't work any at all,
A colored man killed a large otter in
Dimity Creek, a small tributary to
Bush River, one day last week. He
brought the skin, a very fine one, to
Josh Billings very truly remarks that
the Christian should first be converted,
and then the heathen and sinner. His
head is level for once, and he has
It is exceedingly out of taste tQ get
mad on the presentation of a bill. If
you have the money pay up with an
amiable air, if you have not say so.
Never show your temper.
Farmers in this county are not fright
ened by the cry of too much cotton;
on the contrary, they are preparing,
generally, to put in a larger crop of the
staple than usual.
The time for hunting partridges does
not expire in this County till the 15th
of April; the game law was amended
to this effect at the last session of the
Trial Justice's Blanks, Conveyances
of Real Estate, Mortgages of Real Es
tate and Personal Property, and Blank
Liens for sale at this office. Any other
kind of printing done cheaply.
Dr. S. T. Baker, Buff 1o N. Y.,
ured six serious cases of disease with
Dr. Dye's Battery and Pad, and he
says: 'It is a grand therapeutical
triumph.' See advertisement.
Another runaway dray Thursday.
The horses started w-ah the intention of
,.,ning clarn out of the county. but
fifteen miles through rain. No fee did
The game of base ball has com
menced. In a game played by a lot of
youngsters Wednesday, we saw two I
only knee-high to a duck smoking ,
cigarettes. Wonder if their mothers
know anything about it.
The biggest feeling man and the
happiest; is Dick Satterwhite, and all
because he has been presented with ten ]
pounds of animated anatomy. It is not
a girl. So elevated is Dick that he
gives overmeasure in all dry goods sold.
Stollbrand took testimony Thursday,
Friday and Saturday in Columbia, be
fore Commissioner Eaton. It seems t
that one mill couldn't grind fast enough,
and Commissioner Stoeber came up to
Newberry to start another, but he left
without accomplishing anything.
A freight train Monday night a week
ago ran over two mares belonging to
Mr. Eldred C. Simkins, above Chap
pell's Depot; one was killed, the other
was so badly injured as to render her
useless, and the train was thrown off
We forgot to announce last week the
gratifying intelligence that Dr. McGim
sey's famous wild-cat is no more. He C
was pitted against a bull dog Monday
week; and after a round of two hours y
be gave up the ghost. The dog was
pretty badly scratched. C
A subscriber to a Southwestern news- E
paper died recently, leaving a four
years subscription unpaid. The editor s
appeared at the grave and deposited in S
the coffin a palm-leaf fan, a linen coat, P
and a thermometer. We intend get- c
Ling a supply of these articles for future
The Scientific Farmer hits the nail r
on the head when it says: "Our best E
farmers frequently practice better than
they preach, and our most popular
preachers frequently preach better than
they practice. Let common sense ac
company the preaching and the prac
tice, and we all are gaine'rs."
A youth, just launching out in trade,
Unto a wealthy merchant said:
"Pray, tell me, sir, what you profess
To call the secret of success?"
The nabob's eyes with pleasure shone
As he replied, in earnest tone,
"The secret simple is, I think, .
You'll find it, sir, in printer's ink."
-New York Express.
A prettier sight than that witnessed
in the western sky Thursday night
could hardly be imagined; Venus and
the crescent moon, the two prettiest
objects in the heavens, apparently so I
near each other as to touch, rivaling
each other in brilliancy, and near by
the planets Jupiter and Saturn shining
The Baptist Parsonage is decidedly
one of the prettiest residences in New
berry. The whole arrangement of
house, yard and fencing displays taste,
and there is an air of comfort and con
venience about the place that gives it a
very attractive appearance.
The Baptists flave shown a proper
appreciation of their Pastor in thus pro
viding for him; and he deserves it all.
A sensible writer who knows how it
is, says: "How eften is it the 'wet spell'
and the 'dry spell' get the credit of
bringing about short crops; when the
'lazy spell' and the 'extravagant spell'
ad as much to do with the short crop1
as the weather had. Apply the remedy
this year. Begin to economize-but
don't begin by stopping your paper and
feeding your preacher en "husks."
Read what the New York Herald
says: "By all meansadvertise. Change
often, and when your business admits
of it make different features of it prom
inent in their turn-to-day .one thing,
to-morrow or next week another-and
then something else. Let your adver
tisements have something of a dash
in them, without great exaggeration.
Hundreds of fortunes have been made
by advertising, and yet as an art it is
but imperfectly enderstood.
There was a man in our town,
He was so wondrous wise,
He thought his business would run itself
And he didn't advertise.
(Will some one please poetize the re
sult ?)- Williamsport .Bre.akfa.st Table.
Anything to oblige, brother. Our ma
chine is not working very well, but
where its task is very plain we guess it
will turn out at least a truthful jiob.
There could be but one result:
He moped about his silent room
In sad and lonely mood,
For customers came not to break
The awful solitude.
At last his creditors pounced down
And took his goods away
A pick and shovel works he now
For ninety cents a day.
-Quincy, Ill., Modern Argo.
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rheumatism. 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
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney., about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, which has
most miraculously cured him. I find it
equally beneficial in all cases of Coughs.
I consider it a blessing in my family.
Every one snould keep it in their houses.
Try Smith's Scrofula Syrup for y,our
blood. It removes all skin eruptions
and will g;ve you a beautiful and clear
complexion. For sale by Dr. W. E.
PELH AM. 50-1y.
I am nor. pre pared to supply BEST NOR
FOLK OYSTERS in any aualititv, large or I
NEW itY, S. C., Mar. 8, 1681.
)rdinary ........................... 6 a 9
rood Ordinary..................... 9 a 9 ;
,ow Middling...................... 9 a 94 ,
liddling ......................... a10
ood Middlir. -..................... a101
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current. ']
3y J. N. MARTIN & CO.1
Shonlder$, Prime rew...... 6j a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... S
Sides, C. R., New............ a 10
RZY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... 91 a 9j
Sides, Lung Clear........... 9; a 9i
Uncanvassed Hams......... 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia: 15
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 12j
Powdered.................... 16 F
Granulated Standard..... ..12a
Coffee C..... ............. 1G
Yellow ...................... 10 v
New Orleans................... 10 A
New Orleans S-rup... 75 fc
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses... .... 60 m]
Sugar House Molasses. 7
Gunpowder............... 1.50 Cc
Young Hyson................... 1.50
.LLSPICE.................. ....... 25 01
Roasted or Parched..... 2.5
Best Rio................... 25a A
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65 .
Tennessee................... 90 D
DAP............................. . 10 r
TARCH ......... ................... Fa 12
1AR CANDLES................ 15
LOUR, per bbl................... 6.00alO.00
EARL HOMINY.................. .3
NGLISH SODA. ............. 10
ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM BAKING POWDER. 35
XLE GREASE...................... 10
OBACCO....... ..........60a 1.2...
AILS (10i keg . ................ 4i0
RROW TIES, per bunch............. 2 50
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb.......20
ED OATS-per l u .............. 50a
TESTIMONY OF DRUGGISTS.
We have been selling "Swift's Svi-llilitic
pcifc" for ye:iri, and re-ard it far supe
ior to : nytltinr kn )wn to :cicncc, for the
iseases it is reconmmled to cure. We
ave never known of a single failure.
S. 3. CASSELS, TL:omasville, Ga.
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RE STUDY OF M
['lie Labor of Years Ace
the New Iidueti
P I A N.O A N
[as Opened a STUDIO ov<
Store for. the Rec
Having Taught this Method in the North'
lle. S.-C., now Offers her Services and the
A It is impossible to set forth ALL THE
d System, in an Advertisement, but invite i
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so
It does away with years of drudgery.
Jr takes the Pupil almost immediately int<
n' . L2s the same throughout the whole Cot
I' is not a superficial method, but applies
it any chauge whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educate(
This Method is entirely different from the
n opportunity is of'ered to all to gain a -
for Less Expense.
i- Many of my Pupils in the South ar
hich was gained at a nominal expense, whil
OLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "What
s life and increases usefulness."
L erms, 50 Ct
g Books and Sheet Music will be
FOR FURTHER PARTiCLLARS, CALL
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Pianos and Organs.
"C hCKC RiC c~!
ireenville, S. C.
Charlotte, N. C.
ie Mean Business and no Mis
take, Beat these F/igures
if you Van.
ORGANS-15 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, Sab
lass and Coupler, Beautiful Walnut Case,
nly $65. 9 Stops, 4 Sets Reeds,. only $59.
Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, $55. Stool and Book
PANOS-Large Size, Rich Rosewood
ase, 7 Oct., only $179. Largest Size, 7j
t., only $200. Square. Grand, Extra
large Magnificent Case, only $250. Good
tool and Cover given.
Efeen Days Test Trial.
We pay freights if not satisfaciery. These
istruments are from
OLD AND RELIABLE ROUSES,
d are fully guaranteed.
No mistake about these Pianos. In addi
ion to the large number we have sold
roghout South and North Carolins, there
re eight or ten right here in the city of
reenvlle, some of which have been in use
ver SIX YEARS, and are still giving per
ur Easy One Year Plan
nables every one to own a good Piano or
hickering, Mathushek, Guild & Co.,
rion, Southern Gem, Favorite Pianos, Ma
n & Hamlin. Peloubet & Co., Sterling Or
ans have no Superiors.
Send for Chlristmas Price Lists and Cata
gues. it will pay you.
Prices on Guitars, ViolIns, Banjos, Ac
ordeons and all small instrutments are
reatly reduced. Address
ScSMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
Greenville, S. C., P. 0. Box 15.
Dec. 8, 35-6im Charlotte, N. C.
Wratches, Clocks, Jewelry.
BIiTMlES AN JEI E
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on haad a large and elegant
VATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
1LIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES A2ND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
~Vatchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 2l, 47-tf.
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
;mnphshe(I in Weeks by
a Method for the
er R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
eption of Pupils.
"ith Unparalleled Success: also in Green
tiethod to the CITIZENS OF NEWBERRY
ADVANTAGES this Method has over the.
il interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
imple that even a Child of Five Years can
the Science of Musical Compositions, and
,rse of Instruction.
to all Music precisely as it is written, with
1 class of the commui)ity.
T[;sical Educ'aion in a short time and
than ever before.
e now successtully Teaching this Method,
e my expense for Tuition alone was FOUR
,ver shortens the road to learning, length
. Per Le s soi.
Furnished on Moderate Terms.
)N OR ADDRESS,
RS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
Dry Goods and ."otions.
Where Was the Immense
WHY, DON'T YOU KNOW ?
RY 00SO EMPORIM
nI If flIN &p C0i
To examine the L ARGE STOCK of'
Sfapl0 and faocy 0dS
JUST RECEIVEP. -
SOVELTIE (1DRESS GOODS
A few more piirs left of the job lot wo
mns' Shoes for $ 1 .00
We will appreciate an o'pportunity to
show you o ir Fall Goods~ without importu
nity to pur,..hase.
B. H. CLINE & 00.
Oct. 27, 44-tf.
Regardless of Publie Opinio,
Cost or Consequences
I WILL SELL
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS;&S
AT SUCH PRICES
As Cannot Fail to Suit
All I ask is an examination of goods and
C. F. JACKSON,
Leader of Low Prices in Coumbia.
Feb. 9, 6-tf.
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Before buying any electrical appliance,
investigate this wonderful intention. This
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No. 1, for Ladies and Children, price $l;
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Combined-hest and most powerul-price
85; No. 4, Special A ppliance for men only,
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.Feb. 16, 7-2w.
Electionl is Over,
Now go and hear the votes counted at
CL ARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Works that have ever been exh,ibited 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. H. Clark feels confident, after an
experience of fifteen years, that he can
produce a class of work that will please
and give perfect satisfaction.