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THO9. F.-GRENEKER, FD .
W. H. WALLACE.
NIEWB ' Y3S. C.
THUTRSDAY, 1)2C. 22, 1881.
A PAPEa FO T [E PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest resnect a Fain
ily Newspa - , devoted to the 'naterial.in
terests of t epeople of this Cor.nty and the
State.. I circulates extensivel, and as an
Adverdsing medium offers unrivalled ad
vantagea. or Terms, see first page. .
Tie S. C. Iethodist Conference
which met at Union the 14th ad
j'ournl the 19th, after an interest
ing session. Ttie following viere
elected delegates to the next Gene
ral'Conference of the M. B. Church
South: Clerical-A. M. Shipp, S.
B. Jones, W. W. Duncan, O. A.
-Darbg, W,. Mouzon, J. M. Car
lisle ; alternates, Sidi H. Browne,
Sain Weber. Lay-.James H. Car
.lF T, D. Couasar, Wm. Stokes,
B H. Newton,.F. A. Conner; al
n*ts-, W. K. Blake, R. Y. Mc
LeoW. L Penn, W. S. Morrison,
J. F. Carroway.
reenville ..was selected as the
next place of meeting..
The appoitments for the year
: re read out Monday. We give
theful 1ist 4 his issue.
tiie general stock law has passed
both ouses, togo into effect the
first of ApiiL. It excludes from its
provisions three Counties, and in
eiior ten others the time is ex
tene; te first of October.
e appropriation bill has passed
itIh ey slight alterations.
S'L.e. islature adjourned the
I i Esant to the 11th of Janu
a" . n h members,passed up the
C B "R . oria special train
3 seyJon7their way to the Atlan
- The 14ew Tewn Charter
-Deg niot 'differ in any material
parficlsr from thei present one.
The Wl&learfei- expires with the
peseift LeislatIre, and this is the
~oifresson that a new charter is
--A& whiteonati named Wilson was
411i6 and killed by 'nknowna parties
-oue uigixtlsst week in Chesterfield
Count,y;while-sitting by his fireside
Timoty-4Q. Hawe, ex-Senator
fina Wisconsin, 'was-nominated and
Sndimand TdAny- as Postmaster
Generalds place of Thos. L. James.
Chief Justice Grey, of Massachu
~tLs, .has been- appointed by the
Presidsit Associate Justice of the
U. S. Supreme Court.
H. H. Rddleberger, Readjuster,
was ectdthe 20th, U. S.Senator
fromi Virgm to succeed Senator
Bnj. H. Brewster, of Pennsylva
nia, ha been appointed Attorney
Giral in place of McVeagh.
- - TOE THE HER ALT-.
The Holidays at Prosperity
PRosPERITY S. C-,
Dec. 19, 1881.
REDS.:Basara As itis near Christ
mas I will give you a few -dots in re
gard to wha&..e peet to do 4iuring
The hrst will be a Christmas Tree
Moikday evening, Dee. 26th, in Grace
-Chuith, for .the benefit of the town in
.2nd. Ser,iees-iiiLutheran Charch
Tuesday evening, by Dr. Rude, of
3d: Calisthenic Exhibition Wed
nesday afternoon, Dec. 28th, in L. &
D). Hall, by 1?I' Scthool. This exhi
bitioni isiree and all invited to attend.
4th~ Charades Wednesday evening,
- Diec 2Sth, in L. & D. flail. The P.
D. Club will give the public the laugh
able Dramnatisfarce, "Not such a fool
d he looks," and the farce, "Timothy
to the rescue;j or, how to tame a
teether-in-law." If any one wants to
laugh and grow "pha.t" let him come
out Wednesday night, Dec. 28th.
be net.pgoceeds to be given to the
Tigh Schol. I would bespeak for
them a large house on the night which
they play. fo h
Hoping to see a "Rep." fo h
HERALD on that night present,
I am truly yours,
S La. McBride, of the firm of 31c
Bride & e0:; wholesale crockery mer
cants, Aa1 nta ma.kwo kha en a
Appointments of the Ministers
of the South Carolina Con
ference. .1. E. Church,
C1AaLSTOX DISTRICT-W. P. MoCzox,
Charleston-Trinitv, A. C. Smith.
Bethel, E. J. Meynardie.
Spring St., D. J. Simmons.
Cainhoy, J. M. Friday.
Berkeley, R. H. Jones.
St. Stephen's Miss., snpplied by J. W.
Summerville, Geo. W. Walker.
Cypress, W. H. Lawton.
St. Paul's Miss., to be supplied.
St. George's, W. S. Wightman.
Bamberg, T. E. Wannamaker.
Colleton, M. H. Pooser.
South Branchville, D. Tiller.
Round O, S. D. Vaughan.
Walterboro, C. C. Fishburne.
Yemassee, L. C. Loyal.
Allendale, M. M. Brabham.
Black Swamp, J. L. Sifly.
lardeeville, supplied by E. B. Loyless.
Editor Southern Christian Advocate, S. A.
ORANGEDUEG DISTEICT-MANNING BRowN,
Orangeburg Sta.. W. R. Richardson.
Orangeburg Ct., J. B Platt.
Branchville, N. K. Melton.
Providence, W. D. Kirkland.
St. Matthews, F. Auld.
Lewisville, J. A. Clifton.
Orange, R. R. Dagnall.
Edisto Ct., G. H. Pooser, J. E. Rushton.
Graham's, J. L. Sbuford.
Edisto Miss., M. M. Ferguson.
Williamston and Blackville, J. B. Masse
beau, one to be supplied.
Langley, J. J. Neville.
Graniteville and Aiken, S. Leard.
COLUMBIA DISTRI CT-A. M. CnwTZBJ91o'
Columbia-Washington St., R. N. Wells,
W. A. Clarke, sup.
Marion St., J. L. Stokes.
City Miss., L. M. Little.
Ridgeway, G. W. Gatlin.
Richland fork and Columbia Circuit, J.
W. Dickson, E. G. Price.
Winnsboro' and Blackstock, George J.
Fairfield, A. J. Cauthen.
Chester Sta., G. T. Harmon.
Circuit, J. M. Boyd.
E. Chester Circuit, J. B. Campbell
Rock Hill, J. C. Stoll.
Fort Mill, W. W. Williams.
Yorkvile, R. P. Franks.
Lexington Fork, H. W. Whitaker.
Gilbert Hollow and Lexington, J. E. Wat
Batesburg, P. F. Kistler.
Saluda Mis., to be supplied.
Johnston's, W. A. Rogers.
Edgeficid, J. A: Mood.
Chaplain to the Penitentiary, William
Columbia Female College, O. A. Darby,
SuxTBa DISTRICT-T. G. HaBBzT. P. E.
Sumter Sta., H. F. Chreltzberg.
Circuit, W. W. Mood.
Spring Hill and Kershaw, R. L. Duffle.
Bishopville, A. W. Moore.
Manning Sta., H. M. Mood.
Foreston, T. B. Boyd.
. Santee, J..S. Beasley.
Camden, D. D. Dantiler.
..Hanging Rock, W. H. Ariail.
Lancaster, J. W. Wolling.
Chesterfield, C. D. Rowell.
East Lancaster, J. W. Ariail.
Lyncbburg and St. Luke's, G. H. Wells.
Wedgefield. 3. C. Chandler.
Shiloh, W. A. Betts.
Clarendon, T. P. Phillips.
FI.azrscR DIsTRIcT.-S. H. Baowxa, P.E.
Florence, W. S. Martin..
Society Hill, S. Jones.
-Darlington Sa., W.T. Capers.
Darlington Ct., J. WV. McRoy.
Timmonsyille, N. B. Clarkson.
Lower Darlington, 3. T. Kilgo.
Mars Bluf, A. 3. Stafford.
West Marion, W. Carson.
Effigham, A. C. LeGette.
Williamsburg, J. C. Davis.
Scranton Miss., H. J. Morgan.
Johnsonville, A. W. Jackson.
Georgetown Sta., D. Z. Dantaler.
GeorgetownCt, supplied by D. Durant.
Black River, J. S. Porter.
Kingstree, T. E. Gilbert.
Oneraw, E. T. Hodges.
Missionary to Brasil, J. W. Koger.
MARIoN DISTalCT.-THos. BAlBoa, P. E.
Marion Sta.. A. H. Lester.
Centenary, J. W. Humbert.
Britain's Neck, D. W. Seale.
Bennettsville, J. W Murray, J, E. Beard.
North Marlboro', T. E. Morris, W. L. Pe
CloJ. C. Bissel!, L M. Hamer, sup'y.
Little Bock, S. 3. Hill.
Mullins, -T. J. Clyde, T. M. White.
Conwayboro', J. T. Pate.
Cool S pring, supplied by W. B. Baker.
Lake Swamp, B G. Jones.
Buckville, 3. J. Workman.
'Waccamawr, A. B. Lee.
Snarams&E9 DXST.UCT.-J. 31. CAILISL,U,
-Spartanburg Sta., 3. T. Wightman.
City Miss., J. F. Smith.
Union, J. A. Porter.
Cherokee Springs, W. H. Wroton, J. W.
Crane Creek, J. A. Wood.
Jones'rille, J. K. McCain.
Gaffney City, L. A. Johnson.
Glendale, A. P. Avant.
Goshen Hill, A. WV. Walker.
Laurens, A. C. Walker.
North Laurens, P. A. Murray.
Clinton, WV. H. Hardin.
Belmont, 3. B. Wilson.
Campobello, supplied by B. Brock.
Pacolet, J. H. Zimmerman, B. 31. Boozer,
uyrk, A. Ervine.
Vanderbilt University, A. K. Shipp, Pro
Wofford College, W. Smith, W. W. Dun
can, Professors. -
S. S. Secretary, R. C. Oliver.
Coz.ssaunr DIsraIcT.-C. H. ParcaAiD,
Cokesbury Sta., W. Thomas.
Cokesbury Ct., 3. W. Kelly, one to be sup
Abbeville Sta., R. L. Harper.
Abbeville Ct., J. W. Brown.
South Abbeville C:., W. W. Jones.
Lowndesville, )1. L. Banks.
Tumbling Shoals, W. H. I(irton.
Greenwood, W. C. Power.
North Edgefleld, W. P. Meadors.
Newberry St' . R. D. Smart.
Newberry Ct., A. J. Stokes, 3. W. Neely,
J. C. Counts, sup'y.
North Newberry Ct., A. A. Gilbert.
Saluda, J. B, Traywick.
GREENVIL.E DIsTrIcT.-S. 1B. JoNus, P. E.
Greenville Sta., 3. 0. Willson.
Greenville Ct., H. B. Browne.
North Greenville Ct., L. F. Beaty.
Reidville, G. 31. Boyd.
For?s Shoals, J. W. Daniels.
Williamnston, L, Wood.
Brushy Creek, supplied by W. A. Hodges,
Anderson Sta., J. E. Carlisle.
Anderson Ct., J. Attaway.
West Anderson Ct., 3. F. England.
Pendleton, W. Hutto.
Pickens,-S. P. H. Elwell.
Seneca City, P. B. Jackson.
Waihalla, C. D. Mann.
Williamston Female College, Samuel Lan
The Presiden t,in referring to the civil
service of the country in his message,
fails to say anything about the abuse
of nepotism, This abuse is far worse
now than in the days of Grant. Many
leading officials have all the members
of their families drawing salaries from
the Government. Within a period of
seven years one member of the Cab
inet has had his near relatives ap
pointed to public omees the aggregate
salaries of which amount to $80,000 a
year.-New York Sun.
Cause and Effect.
The main cause of nervousness is
FOR THE HER.LD.I
Statistics and Finianuces of the -
South t'aroliua t'ont'ereuce.
.hlEs R.s. E111ToRs : I send you the
Statistical and Financial Reports of
the South Carolina Annual Confer
ence of the M. E. Church. South. now
closing its session in Union, S. C. :
No. of Churches.......................... 5j
Meinbers.. ....................7.9" I
Sunday Schools................. 557
Officers and Teachers............ 3,12
-- Scholars........ .......... 540t
Children Baptised.......... .. 1,910
Adults Baptised ................ 1243
Value of Churches............$5,9,970 0
Parsonages, (102).......... 45,157 00
Paid on Salaries of Pastors.........$71,745 84-1
"4 99 P. Elders...... 9,696 73
Conference Collections............. 4.613 11
Domestic Missions..................... 5,176 00
Foreign Missions................ 3.05 50
Paid for Education..... ............ 2,473 00 r
Bishops.................... 722 65
Pub. Minutes.............. 440 00
Yours very truly,
J. M. BOY D.
Union, S. C., Dec. 17, 1881.
The Next State Ticket.
From the News and Courier's Columbia
Already through the smoke of legis
lation and the noise of the conflict of
opinion on various measures can be
heard faint rumors of the composition
of the State ticket. So far for Gov
ernor Gens. Kennedy and Bratton are
prominently spoken of, with hints of
a dark horse. For secretary the pre
sent incumbent will have the opposi
tion of Col. J. N. Lipscomb, Capt.
Dick Howard of Marion, and Capt.
Rice of Barnwell. The names spoken -
of in connection with the office of at
torney-general are very numerous.
Col. Ed. McCrady and Col. C. R
Miles of Charleston, Col. J. C. Hask
ell-of Richland, Col. J. R. Abney of
Edgefield. Mr. Jas. Aldrich of Aiken,
and Mr. Y. J. Pope of Newberry, are
most prominently mentioned. There
will, in all probability, be no opposition
either to Col. H S. Thompson as
superintendent of education, or Gen- p
Manigault as adjutant general, or
Col. John P. Richardson as State
treasurer. Capt. W. A. Stoney is
very generally mentioned for comp
troller-general, and his ability and
locg experience in the office are used
as strong arguments in his favor. He
has made many friends. who will at
the right time urge his claims to this
position. Gen. Gray, of Greenville,
is up to this time the only other name
prominently spoken of in connection
with this office.
Dcc. 20, 1881, by the Rev. T. C. Ligon, Mr. a
J. R. SLIGH and Miss ALMcE DAVENPoBT
all of Newberry, S. C.
December 21, 1881, by Rev. Luther Broad-(
dus, Mr. SHELTON S. LANGFOED to Miss
NOIUL GOoGANS-al1 of New berry.
11. T. TARRANT'
SUITABLE AND DESIRABLE GOODS
FOR CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS.
Lace and Embroidered Articles
Handkerchiefs and Gloves,
All prices and qualities.
Cloaks, .Jackets and Dolmans,
Elegant Black Silks,
Velvets and Brocades,
Dress Goods of all kinds,
Ladies' and gentlemen's Boots and ~
Shoes in endless variety, a
Saddlery, Trunks, '
AND ALL AT
Lowest Cash Prices. I
W. T. TARRANT.
Dec. 22, 51-2t.
LANDS TO RENT !'
R. S. CHIC1K, Deceased.
By authority from the Court of Common
Pleas, in the case of Louisa V. Farr vs.
Thos. S. Moormnan, Executor and others, ~
I wil! let, for the year 1822, to the highest ~
bidder, at public outcry, before the Court
House at Newberry, on the First Monday 1
in January, 1882.
All that tract or plantation of land,
known as the Goshen Hill Place, in the
County of Union and State of South Caro
lina, containing about Five Hundred Acres,a
and bounded by lands of' J. C. Hunter',
Mrs --Cofield and estate of T. A. Carlisle.
And all that other tract or plantation of ~
land, known as the River or Hodges place,
in Newberry Gounty and State aforesaid,
containing about Nine Hunidred Acres, and
bounded by lands of Mrs.--Worthby and
the Enoree River-.t
TERMs--The lessee will be required to
pay ten dollars cash, and to secure the bal-a
ance, payable 15th November, 1882 by hisr
bond and a lien on the crop produced onr
the land. S. J. DOUTHIT,
Newberry, S. C., 16 Dec. 1881. 51-2t. ~
Is hereby given that I forbid any per
sons from hiring or renting, and contract
ing or sheltering my son Felix A. Graham,
who ran off and married last Sunday with
out my consent, while his parents were off
from home. Fe being only 17 years of
age, I claim his services until 21.
Dec. 22, 51-St. I
CrdtosoesTIE . ofWlimRy
dred,tor oheb ete to Wrlliam Ray, 0
deccsed, are therdebays deuredeed to rne a
t FOOT l OY,
Are prepared to supply all watnts in
PINE DRY GOODS,
ancy Goods and Notions,
lOOTS, SHOES IND HITS,
LROCE R IES
And many other articles necessary
CO TIHS SEASON.
CALL AND SEE
d. FOOT & SON.
Dec. 22, 51-2t.
IT SHALL YOUl BUY
'OR YOUR BROTHER I
FOR YOUR FRIEND !
FOR YOUR FATHER !
FOR YOUR MOTHER I
FOR YOUR COUSIN!
FOR YOUR SISTER
Some Other Fellow's gistP I
n the shape of a fine Watch, a pail
i Bracelets, Earrings, Sleeve Button's
birt Pin, Brooch, a beautiful Clock
pair of handsome Vases, a Toilei
et, a Writing Desk, a Work Box, at
)rgan, Violin, Flute, Banjo, Accor
eon, or any of the many articles kepi
M9URD SCHOL TZ
Dec. 22, 51-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBiAt, Dec. 17, 1881.
Whereas information bas been received
t this Department that an atrocious mur,
er was committed in Newberry County or
r about the 21st day of October, A. D
881, upon the body of Charley Jaokson bl
ne Green Owens, and that the said Owen
as fled from justice.
Now, therefore, I, JOHNSON HAGOOD
rovernor of the State of South Carolina
order that justice may be done and thl
lajesty of the law vindicated, do hereby
fer a reward of FIFTY DOLLARS for the
pprehension and delivery in any jail o:
3s State, with proof to convict, of the said
a testimony whereof I have hereunto e
my hand and cau3sed the Great Sea
of the State to be affixed at Colum,
L. .] bia, this 17th day of December, --
D. 188], and in the 106Lh year o.
the Independence of the United
States of America
y the Governor:
R. II. SIS, Secretary of Stt.te.
Dec. 22, 51-2t.
'he May Pop Place.
By virtue and authority of the deed o:
'rust, executed by D. L. Wardlaw on the
rd day of August, 1869, and under th4
ower thereby invested in me as the Trus
se of the separate estate of Mary A. Ward
Lw, I will, for the purpose of changing thE
ivestment of the Trust fund, sell on Bal4
ay in January, 1882, at Newberry, 0. H.
t public outcry, (if not before that tim<
isposed of by private sale) all that valua
le tract of land situate within onei
ile of the town of Newberry, S. 0., con
sining one hundred and thirty (130) acres
iore or less, and known as the "The May
It is proposed to divide and sell the lani
1 two or more tracts. There are two eet
ements on the place and sufficient wooi
nd water convenient to each settlement.
TERMs oF SALE-One-fourth cash, the
emainder in three equal instalmnents, at
ne, two and three years time. The credit
ortion to be~ secured by mortgage of the
remises and interest thereon paid an,
ually. Purchaser to pay for papers.
For further information apply to me 01
iy attorneys Moormaui& Simkins.
J. C. WARDLAW, Trustee.
Dec. 22, 51--2t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Mrs. Pawnee L. Leonard hatd
lade Suit to mne to grant her Letters of Ad.
hiistraion of the Estate and. effects of
annie E. Lark, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admnonish
11 and singular, the kindred and creditorn
the said deceased, that they be and
..pear er me, in the Court of Probate,
e d depr-isements.
HRI~S T MAS
1 :iT MIISTAKE. 1
~NOVEiS BAB FANUES
HOLID .Y SEASON!
Silks, S ins and Velvets,
DReS COO DS,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Trirmmi:,gs and Notions,
FichjLu. said Collarecttes.
Christmas Prices !
Ladie; nd .;n0emn are. invited to ex
amine our stock before purchasing eisc
B.- LIN E & Co0
FOR Cii RTMA
SELTN . LINGFI 'S
BOOTS, SHOES IIND HATS,
silk Fringes, Gimps, Buttons,
Tassels, Cords and Trim'
m:ngs - lar variety.
And noiday Gioods.
-- T TIfE -
J*. . Nrris' Stock.
T goods comaprise
And~ Canned Goods,
BOOT;E 201 AND HATS,
Crockery and Tini-ware,
T3bacco and Segars,
Al: ol waich will be sold
At Much L.ower Prices
Than ca be bonght elsewhere.
La die: ivited to inspec: stock and
ElU B. WIlI'F
ILLUSTRATED FLOBAL GUIDE
y'or 1883 is atu Elegant BolOQ of l$) Pages,
two Colored lat~es of Flowers, and
more thlm 1000e lllustrations of thie choicest
Flowers, Platt and Yegetable.s, and Di
retion.s ir groingiU. It is hand(somUe
enough for the Uenter TaDle or a Holiday
Pesjent. Send oni your name and rost
Oflee addr'ss. with 1?6 cents, and I will l4end
you a copy, poLgge p,di(. This is not a
< uarter (of its cost. It is printed in both
~ngiIsh and (erauu. It you afterwards
order seed.3 deduct the 10 ets.
VICK's SE's are rhe best in thle world.
The FLoRA L G rnUE will tell how to get and
owtE ANDV V ECIETABLE GARDEN,
175 l'AGES, 6 Unloredl L.'ates, 500 Engravings.
For 50 cenxts in paper covers; $1.00 in ele
gant cloth. Ir~ t;ermaln or English.
VICK'S I I,USTRATEDb Alo) THLY MfAGAZINE
-32 P2age~ .e a ,.i,re d k'late in every number
and maniy line. Engravings. Price $1.25 a
year; r ive opjies for $5.00. Specimen
Numbers sent for L10 cents; ;; trial copies for
25 cnts del VW. Rochester, N. Y.
- Dec.22,ni a
CHEPIST AiiD BEST
T. A O(RK Lif
66F1~~~'j BIT CiOIU1
Those Who Come First Get
o he Pick,
istVt j11Si ICtiVed the tin'st. assourfnent
O CE LLULOID1
Ever shown in Newberry,
Ranging in Prkes from $2.50 to $24.00
Ever seen are to be had at
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Suitable for all seasons, at
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
Young man, if you love her, and wish to
secure her, bring your Photograph to M AY
BIN & TARRANT'S Drug Store, and have
it affixed to a botele of
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
Before purchasing. They are the best and
I eluapest rvter offered.
HIT IS RNR WITHOU
What is Home Without Music?
Well, well, don't get mad about it, and
talk in such big capitals,
A CHICKERING, MATHUSHEK, ARION,
OR SOUTHERN GEM PIANO.
Home, Sweet Home!
Must be made a happy place, and if it does
not contain a Piano or Organ, it
is only halt f urnished.
ORDER AT ONCE
A MASON & HiAMLIN, PELOUBE~T -&
C O,OR SUONINGER ORGAN.
PIf ou eL pay I caeri, ?:sd for. our
Large sales v;ith smiai, living profite. is
ouer policy, fire, last and alw.ays.
IMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
GRbEENVILLE, S. C.
Who will Sell you at Manufac
turer's Factory Prices.
S. P. BOOZER & SON'S
FIREII 1iSiANCE GENCY,
NEWEIERRY, S. C.
Representing the following strong and
reliable Companies, for many years in the
Agency of the late Maj. W. F. Nance, to
Liverpool and London and Globe In.sur
Insuranico Company of North America,
Continental Insurance of New York.
Star Insurance of New York
TOTAL ASSETS OVER $40,000,000.
Large facilities for Inisurauce against
Fire ou all kinds of property.
The Insurance of Farm Property a spe
cial feature in our Agency.
Liberal and prompt settlements guaran
teed. Se p. 14, 33-63.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whes'eas, Lee H. Sims hath made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
istrtion, of the Estate and effects of Louisa
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deeas~ed, that they be and ap
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on the 28th day of Decembe~r inst., after
publicationm hereof, at 1 1 o'clock ini the fore
noon, to shew game, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 13th
day of Decembe~r, Anino Domini, 1881.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Dec. 15, 50--2t.
A TREATISE ON THEHRS
Containing an "Index of Diseases," which
gives the symp~tomns, ea-nse, and the best
treatment of eacn ; a table giving all the
principal dings used for the horse, with the
ordinary do).,, etheeta, and antidote when a
poison ; a table with an engraving of the
horse's teeth at different ages, with rules
for telliug the age of t.he horse ; anid otiher
vauaale z.formia'.ou th!'! Hnd get d. copyV.
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C2OLUMilA. S. C.
It is un 8 page pa;.er, designed for thpe peo
ph , Ii is..,;,:. intwersing m.,rer-..Fam ily
Ni W YEAR'S
Something Rich and Rare
FOREIGN AND DO8T1C HANUFATUR.
The Handsomest Assortment
Withbout Any Exception
Ever before cffor:d for .ale in Newberry,
Dr1 S 1 F 1 PANT,1TL WCS IES
THEY WERE BOUGHT LOW AND
WILL BE SOLD L 0 W.
Among these goods are the justly cele
MARY STUART AND STEPHANDU'S
Of most beautiful designs, for Ladies and
Gentlemen, of various styles, sizes and
REOR AND TOILT (I S
In genumne Russia Leather, some thing ele
Coklop and IraCl IS,
Is. unique patterns.
Elegant .Jewelry Cases,
Bruishes and Combs.
In s:isets ot F:'ne' Bottles at t.olognes,
E.. L iuae Poge, is, n,y wrtnt~ is
larger and mlore in va:iety than can be
):*Il Iin .,ny 'taI)ushment south.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
DR. S. F. FANT'S
The joyous period is again on hand, anid in
preparation o? that event I have selected a
beautiful assortmenlit of Stationery
Fancy Articles for the season, among which
are handsome Pocket Bibles, Albums,
Pocket Books, Ink Stands, Papeteries,
Cards, Toy Books, A B C Blocks, the very
Andas heydo not cost much, they are in
Give me a call and examine my assort
nent. Satisfacionx guaranteed.
Thos. F. GRENEKER,
IIERALDl OFFICE BliLDING~.
Here We Come! !r
HEAD US SOMEBODY I
Lien Law, Stock Law,
Constitutional Amend- 4
ment, Gas Works, or
any other man.
The copartnershlip of McFalI & Satter
white expires by limitation on January lst
1882, and to facilitate a settlement, and tof
collect all debts, we propose to sell our
ENIE SOCK ofStale ad Fncy
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
Andi everytiu kept in our lie, at and
Below New York C'ost!
,d iro hdr andiherrs.en~ to theI
~ugU? ~~unJ. AJ pc::soas iLtUebteli to us
[or tU Ub!8T8 0 110L8!
MY STOCK OF
C():\ T-E i-'i ; ,
T i .S.
8 Al()K E H 'IT iC L ES,
C:liA K EH li,
C CK ESi
ROYA L BAKING POWDER,
- GSIH EN l UTT lER,
JR E AM .1EER,
NUTS, &c., &o.,
is uow complete for the liolidays. Quality
and price guaranteed. Make your- homes
and the hearts of the little ones glad with
these nice gomis for Christmas present.
A. O. JONES.
Dre. .8, 49-3t.
HOW THE PEOPLE CILOWD
gyI & fi T'S
-'T:s no wonder, for the ftct.' are iaet,
when their store is tilled with a tuii line of
Lamps and Lamp Goods,
And in fa?ct :al aric~le.s hagi: t a well
Legitimately Kept Drug Store.
All of whtich ar h..ing sold a1 suich.prices
that the people wilt boe an-tie-ceh
must t1'w. ikingl thtis !tu!y armed and
epipped. an:d backed nIth:a -yra:ibe
peience* of v,-ns. n-i- en.bli,b' c: a
attracti')r.S second to no.ii*.
SPh ysicians' Prescr'iptionls
a Specialt y. -2
MAYBIN & TARRANT,.
Drugst and P'harmacists.
Nov. 2-!, 47-Uf
I CIIRISTMS Pl~jINE!
Go:ne and buy ow: of Mirs. L. M.; bA LE'S
SADOESTLOF ALL iS LIJYING,"
fr your wit', sisteri or sweetheart. 'fhey
can be found at the
HERALD BOOK STORE
Dec. 15, 50-:nt.
FIRE INSIR4NCE IGENCV.
ath'& Briish and Micoantile Insurance Co.
QenFire. Insurance Co.
London Assurance Corporation.
imleWriters of New York.
(CAS1I CAPIT AL $50,000,000.)
-The underezgned with 5 years experience
in Fire [IsuranIce, and representing- the
above reliable Companies, .respectfully so
licits a continuance of a portion of the busi
ness of the Town and Gounty. l)welling
Houses insured on 3 and 5 year plan.
-Refers by permission to the National
Bank of Newberry. -.
- E. A. SCOTT..
Sep. 28, 39-1m.
HUNT & SINCLETON,
-AND DEA LERS IN -
NEWBERRY. S. C.
gr-We are prepared to ma.ke bi?eral ad
vances on1 consignments to New Y"rk and
Charleston. fec. S, 49 -6m.
Notice is ereby given that the 'reguiar
sei3-nual Examiinationu' of T:mhers of~
Pable Schoois will be held ini the.Court.
HousV fo colored applicanrts on Friday,
January &6th, 1 83 ; for whiite applicantst on~
Saturdy, Jaary 7th 1882.
-. IH. S. BOOZER.
School (Jonniuissioner for Newberry Co.
Dec. 15, 50-2t.
Newberry News copy 2t.
GERMAN K AINIT,
(Direc.t tromi the Agent of thle Peruvian
(6i to 8 per cent. Ammonia.)
Nova Scotia Land Piaster.
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