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THOS. F. GRENEKER,E
W. H. WALLACE, E
-NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, .JAN. 5, 1882
A PAPER FOa THE PEOPLE.
The Herald Is in the highest respect a ram
yNe , devoxed to the material in
terests o e people of this County and the
State. It cireulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium ofers unrivalled ad
Tantages. gor Terms, see lrst page
The, HaaT. enters this week
upon, its eighteenth year. While
we are not disposed to indulge in
boasting, we deem it not improper
.4o say that the HaT,.n enters upon
the year under flattering auspices;
1baits subscription list is larger
than ever:before, and is constantly
growing. It has been the earnest
endeavor of the Publisher to give
to the people of this County a news
paper in every point worthy their
patronage -and support. In this
endeavor. be flatters himself that he
bas: in. great measure succeeded;
and to the further and complete
accomplishment of this object he
promises his best e'er- for the
As an inst&nce of how an educa
ted man may be ignorant of the
most common-place facts in history
.,we would refer to a letter from Rev.
C. W. Miller to the Nashville Chris
tian Advocate. Mr. Miller is a
leading man and prominent divine
in the Southern Methodist Church,
and was a delegate from one of the
Westera :Conferences to the Eca
menical Cotinoi vecently held in
London. His letters to:the Advocate
from beyond the sea have been very
well written, and are full of interest
In the one to which we refer he
speaks of Tower Hill where Lady
-Jane Grey, Catherine of Arragon
and Anr e Boleyn, "wives of Henry
VIII," were beheaded. In the next
paper he correets his former state
ment-that Lady Jane Grey was the
wife of Henry-his attention hav
ing - no doubt been called to the
mistake. But he seems still to
think'-that Catherine of Arragon
was beheaded. Such is not the
case- She was divorced, in order
to -allow the King to marry Anne
Boleyn. And it was this divorce,
obtained against the protest of the
Pope, that caused the King to re
-onunce the Catholic religion and
become a Protestant
In the same letter he speaks of
Westminster Hall as the place
where the "Seven Bishops" were
tried in the reign of JameslII and
condemned to the block. The fact
of history is that the Seven Bishops
*were tried for a simple misdemean
or-libel-and were not condemned
to anything ; but were triumphant
Brother Miller should read up on
A telegraphic dispatch to the
News and Cour-ier states that an
indignation mass meeting was held
at Summervle, Colleton County,
the 2nd to protest against the stock
law and the registration law. The
dispatch says: "Senator Fishburne
reviewed and sapycriticized the
action of the Legislature, denounced
the course of the Senate, and re
no&ncdehis alligiance to the State
In other States than this, espe
cialily in the Western States, the
-Christmas' holidays seem to have
brought a perfect epidemic of deeds
of violence and'blood. As remark
-ed last week, South Carolina has
been strikingly exempt from such
The - pd6secution got through
with its evidence in the Guitean
trial Tuesday. The defense is now
engaged in exmining witnesses to
rebut the prosecution's testimony.
The trial, it is thought, will last
two weeks longer
The Western Union Telegraph
- Company has reduced its rates for
messages about twenty-five per
cent.-; the reduction took effect the
'Hon. W. K. Bradley, of Abbeville,
died the 30th ultimo.
Gabriel White, colored, was hang
ed at Walterboro', Colleton County,
last Friday for murder
Mr. M. Ehrlich, a native of Ger
many and for many years past a
shoe mercharit in Columbia, died
Monday, 2nd. -
Mr. E. M' Seabrook, of Charles
ton, the Clerk of the U. S. District
Court, has purchased Caesar's Head jw
for $20,000. He intends to put tar
extensive improvements on the ed
property so as to make it a favorite' wo
summer resort. th
From our Regular Correspout tent.
WASHINGTON, D. C., au
Dec. 29,188.1. W
The grumbling, loud and deep, frU
over Speaker Kiefer's Committees, aP
which has been going on ever since bi
they were announced, has not yet L
ab2ted, and the more the subject is R.
discussed and examined the wore and Nz
greater are the causes found to exist ret
for this universal disapproval. Many hi
Republicans and all the Democrats re,
find abundant reason to denounce this in,
piece of work. It is not altogether Il
that this or that man has been fav- pe
ored or overlooked or that. any par- as
ticular State has secured undue con U1
sideration, but it is the gross parti- th
sanship manifested and the base by
schemes advanced, against which there sit
is so much indignation. It is true tit
that certain interests in Pennsylvania is
have such liberal representation on th
the Committees as amounts almost to ve
contrzl of legislation ; but when Don ph
Cameron swung the Keystone dele- esi
gation around by the tail and landed kt
it on the Kiefer side, it was expected w<
that unlimited pledges had been of
made. So there was no surprise in di
that. But that the entire layout is an ne
Administration-Stalwart organization, in
there is no reason to doubt. When m:
Kiefer's friends appealed to the Pres- li
ident for Administration support, th
they promised everything ; and when ga
Mr. Arthur told them to 'see Cam- I
eron,' it was a bargain. And in pur. m
suance of this bargain the Commit. ce
tees have been fixed. Neither Mr. U
Kasson nor Mr. Hiscock would ever H
have appealed to the President for aid, at
and Mr. Kiefer was the only candi- dt
date having any strength that the is
President could have bought. or
Few people not personally acquaint- si
ed with the methods of legislation er
understand the full power of Comit- in
tees ot the importance of their con. bc
struction. At present it may be said is
that the standing Committees control bi
legislation. It is next to impossible to in
get through the House or Senate any p,
bill that has not secured the approval P
of the Committee to whom it properly -w
belongs. A bill may be introduced G
and put on its passage without ref- Si
erence to a Committee. But this al
most never happens to any measure of
importance. If the Committee toB
whom it is referred report against it, g
it is as good as dead. The in
stances of a successful defiance of a ic
Committee's disapproval are so rare
that an escape of this kind becomes
historical. And it is, also, not comn
won fos a Cowmmittee's renommenda. pe
tions to be disregarded. The weight
of a Committee, for oi against a bill,
is generally considered conclusive. It
will be seen that the power of the Tk
standing Committees is wholly due to
what may be considered their moral
influence. It would be perfectly com-I
petent for the House to vote down
any Committee, to disregard its re- p
commendations, to destroy the bills
which it has perfected, and to recon- th
struct, in open House, the schemes of
law reported from the Cowmmittee- se
room ; but this is almost never done. ve
Hence there is every reason why all
interests and all sides of a question til
should be fairly represented in the a
make up of these Committees.
To illustrate the unparallelled par- ce
tisanship of the present orgin~zation
let us take the Committee on Elec. ne
tions, one which passes upon questions h
to the highest privilege-the right of all
a member to his seat. All parties sa:
have a right to expect that such a ca
Committee will be so constituted as e
to inspire confidence that it will give
at least some show for fair play ; but do
in this Congress that Committee has
been. 'organized to convict'-to oust ve
several.-Democratic Members from the
South whose cases are already pre
judged. Two-thirds of the Cow- y~
mittee are straight.-out Republicans yo
and of the other third one is a Virginia fir
Readjusterand another a Greenbacker A~
with decided Republican affliations. b
The Committee hat mct during the
recess and already the Republican
Members are intimating that they
will make ?hort work of certain Dem
oratic Congressmen, though th,e %on- fus
tests are mostly trumped up eases on
the old time carpet--bag -order-only Th
thought of after it was found that Con- ful
gress would be Republican. And so an<
the case stands with other Com- Bil
mittees. That on Way and Means, to
which controls the tariff and susdi4es, Ba
stade ten proteetionists and three be
tariff reformers. A reasonable dispo- thl
ition for fair play', og opp a desire -
o constitute an intelligent Comide,
would have led the Speaker to place ,
r. Hewitt, of Niew York, on Ways Dec
and Means. He has had a wide A
Congressional experience, is a man- ?rai
ufacturer on a very extensive scale, Ha
o have thoroughly studied the i
iff question. Being a well inform- D
iron and steel waster, Nr. Hewitt a
uld even have been very useful on D
Navai Comminitie, but he is placed ard
the insignificant Coumittee on Ing'
ildings and Grounds and n->where D
Mlr. \\hithorne, chairman during D,
, sessions- of the Naval CoL-uittee, ard,
I an undoubtedly able and honest ingi
.u, with great experience, is drol ped D
u that Cowwittee entirely and NEr
>eais at the tail end of the Cow- . D
tLee on Levees. Everybody re- JU
mbers that he investigated Mr. D
beson's ialadministration of the Mr.
vy, and if the Speaker has any D
sou other than this for dropping Mr.
u from the Naval Committee a due D
ard for his own credit ought to D.r
luce him to wake it public. Mr. a,
>lmao, of Indiana, an old and ex- D
rienced-3Member of the House, who, beri
member of the Appropriations
Lwittee in other sessions, saved
country many millions of dollars T
his vigilant and courageous oppo- so i
ion to jobs, and who earned the ha
I of 'Watchdog of the Treasury,' "A
discovered, after long search, on pre
D Committee on War Claims, a arn
ry insignificaut and uniufluential erc(
ee. On the other hand, Mr. Rob- froT
)n to whose efforts, as everybody larj
ows, the :.>untry owes its present rtn
rthless Navy, besides a great mass tin
scandal connected with its expen- He
ures has a grip on the proposed his
w Navy in no less than three Cow- wh<
ttees. The Appropriations Cow- h
ttee is organized in the interest of tlih
0 1 .the
ral expenditures by putting off all and
e old members who have heretofore dav
ined a reputation for resisting ex- E
vagance, and the Military Cow
ttee is constructed to carry out
rtain schemes, of which that to put
S. Grant on the retired list is one.
enderson, an ardent Grant man, is
the head, and McCook, who intro
ced such a bill in the last House, t 4
second. There is a clear majority 1]3
the Committee in favor of pen
ining Grant, to secure which Gen
al Rosecrans and others were placed W4
retirement. Rosecrans wanted to C]
on the Military Committee, and it
said was originally placed there,
it his name was stricken off at the
stauce of Senator Logan, who ex- A
essed his own and the wishes of the
-esident that he 'be assigned else
ure. And so we progress in the
rant restoration and the revised 181
alwart rule. PuioNo.
S L. McBride, of the firm of Mc.
ride & Co., wholesale crockery mer
ants, Atlanta, Ga., who has been a On
eat sufferer from Catarrh, says :an
fter having tried all the best med- th
ii skill in the United States, and ea
ery known 'remedy, I was cured -me
th S. 8. S." The KrNG of all tai,
ecifics for blood diseases. Purely
getable. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 -
Why it Pays to Advertise.
e Reasons Given by a Boston Merchan Jr
Who Has Studied the Matter. Bil
A reporter dropped into one -of our
gest retail establishments Wednes
y and held a conversation with the
'You have a great rush,' remarked
'Yes,' replied the proprietor, 'a big'D
sh-partiy because it is holiday
ison, but mainly on accont of ad. B
How can you tell whether adver
ig pays by stopping my advertise- A
ats. I've tried it. Trade drops, p
t at once, but the tide of purchasers
ws some other way. The cash re
ipts tell the story.'
'Is there aniy difference in the sharp.Q
ss of the buyers-I mean do they
ggle much over prices i'
'Oh, no; we sell at one price, and ei
the best stores in Boston do the
ne. They will sometimes say they
n buy such and such an article ti
eaper elsewhere. When they men
n the place we send and see if it is
ie, a.'d if so we mark our stock
Suppose you should give up ad
Well, I should save a big pile of
iney the first year, but I should
e a bigg.er pile the next two years.
ui must keep the boiler heated if q
swant steam. If you bank yog Q
s too long, it takes time to start up. g
vertising is the steam which keeps
siness moving ; I've stndied the I
Guilty or Wrong. -
Some people have a fashion of con- IE
ing excellent rem.edies with the trat
ge ms of "patent medicines," and dc
this they ye ilzy of a wrong- and
ere are some adge'sed rm.1,es the
ly worth all that is asked for them, Acz
ione at feast we know of-Hop
ters. The writer has had ocaasioo
use the Bitters in just such a cli=
te as we have most of the year inST
y City, and always found them to C
sys p)ass and reliable, doiug all (
t is claimed for~ gen.- Tibune. 'He
POST OFFCE, 1
NEwBmzna, S. C., i)ec. 31, 1881.
.st ot ~dayersig etters for week ending Con
ms, Jno. C. Hgins,,Ton - h
n, Thos. (col.) fSanders, Mss Addy.la
klin, Mrs. N. J. 1Saber, Miss Mary Coui
mel, Hamp .Wicker, W. Mf. ary,
xties calling for letters will plcase say
..r ...: R. Wr BOnE. P. M T
!cember 11. 1881, by Rev. H. S. Wing- -
Mr. D. S. LivINGsTON to Miss JENNIE
;LEY-both of Newbe'rry County.-.
ecemher 15, 1881, by Rev. H. S. Wing
Mr. B. .J. LIVINGSTON, of Newberry
ntv, to Miss ALMIRA SUMMER, of Lex
Tcember 15. 1881, by Rev. H. S. Wing
Mr. R. L. LOMINICK to Miss ARIE
NTs-both of Newberry County.
-cember 18, 1881, bi Rev. H. S. Wing
Mr.. M. BEDENBAUGH, of Newberry
nty, to-Miss MATTI. DERRICK, of Lex
Deember 18, 1881, by Rev. H. S. Wing
Mr. FELIX GRAHAM, Jr., to Miss COR
zA SMITH-both of Newberry County.
ceraber 22, 1881, by Rev. J. -D. -Bowles,.
WM. SHEPPERD to MISs MATILDA HAW
s-both of Newberry. LA
:cember 22, 1881, by Rev. J, D. Bowles, tb
GEORGE MERCHANT to Miss ELIA- co
TER-both of Newberry.
ecember 22, 1881, by Rev. J. D. Bowles,. B]
GEORGE COUNTS to Miss EMILY NICH
-both of Newberry County.
2cember 27, 1881, by Rev. A. R. Rude,
., Mr. SILAs 0. KAMINER, of Gadsden,.
liss EmxA K., daughter of Rev. Jacob.
rkius, of Prosperity.
ecember 29, 1881, by Rev. Thos. G. Her
, Mr. W. L GLAZE, of Orangeburg, to
s ExxA F. H"ERT, of Newberry.
[is is a short notice in memory of little
EmIs BLEASs, whose sudden death ha. e.
ately shocked our community, and whose
fate has elicited tears from eyes that
e not been mtist for years. THOMAS
INWRIGHT BLEASE, the only son of J.
twell Blease and Emma F Blease, his
;ent wife, was born on the 23d July, 1871,
died on the 29th of December, 1881.
re are few boys of his age who bad gath- off
such sympathies from all who knew
he was a bright and a manly boy,- free h
a guile, his heart brimful of affection wil
ch beamed thTough the windows of his wo
:e lustrous eyes; lie was obedient to. pa- Lri
:s and teachers; he would nestle 'in: the '
of friends and even of strangers aod con- i
Lally do little acts of kindness unbiddea
,n he saw that it would aid their comfni t.
was the pride of his father, the hope of
mother, the comnfort of his sisters and
thers. But it has pleased tLe One in
>m all wisdom abideth to cut down the
ng and swelling bud before the flower CE
expanded, and the fruit matured. From Dit
the halm of consolation must drip into ry.
heart of the bereaved parents, sisters ta
brothers. Let them hope that he has
:ed through the dark valley into the
rn of everlasting day. A FRIEND..
dgefield papers please copy
N-eW dw*Verti8eMeut8. wh
All persons indebted
> t h e undersigned
ust settle the same
tisfactorily b e f o r e t
oking for further h
S. F. FANT. ,"*
an. 4, 1882. -tf
NEWBERRY, S. G., Dec. 30, 1881.
'he Annual Meeting of the Stockholders _
.he National Bank of Newberry, S. 0.,
Ibe held on Tuesday, January 10th,
2, at 12 o'clock, M. A
JNO. B. CARWILE, Cashier.
an. 5, 1-it.
STRAYED HOGS. !No
have four Hogs that I have taken up.
Sa black so w that will weigh 200 pounds,
i two black spotted and one red shoats, Us
t will weigh each 100'pounds. Both
s with round holes. The 'owner can
-e the hogs by paying for this.advertise
rat, and by paying me for damages ans
aed. SETH WILLIAMS. ID
ran. 5, 1-St. ab<
IF YOUJ WANT "a
llank Books of any kind, Memorandum Ba
>ks, Pocket Recor ds, or . Pocket Books,
ie to the HERALD Book Store, where a
;e variety can be found at low prices.
f yon.want any Printing done, such as
Heads, Letter Heads, .Business Cards,
iulars, or any other character of Job
oting, take your work to a Hou: Office.
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an. 5, 1--Im.
E NOT DECEIVED
y Plasters claiming to
San improvement on -
ALL~COCK'S is the
iginaland only genuine
ai'ous glaster; all oth
- o-caUe~d Porqus
lasters are imita.
ans. Beware of"1
See that you get an -
hich we guarantee IL
Ls effected more and 2'
dicker cures than any re
her external Reme- is
~OtB BY ALk BWU88!8, ?
an, 5, 1-6m. eow g
hereby given to Executors, Adminis- -32
rzs, Guardiara, Trustees and other Fi- afl
aries, that Tuesday and Thursday of E
week during the months of January 25 e
February, A. D. 1882, are set apart for
purpose of examining and filing their
'n? etr:as reiired by law.
J."B. VEPlEsS,9. g.G U.
TE ~OIQJTE CAROIHA, trai
OUNTY OF 3RERR.= AI
OUR.T OF PROBATE.
ry Hendrix, as Adm'r of jRebecca Hen- 0
jt, dec'd., Plaintiff, against Rebecca J.
en.~x hMa Longshore and others,
plaint to Sell Lands to f'ay pe&ars, i. '
ze creditors-.of. Rebecca Hendrix, esn
dare required to render in and estab
dI'eir 4e;s according to law in this Wil
'on orb9f'ete SOt. day of Janu- Ior nt
A. D..1882. .
JT B. FELLTERS, .T P ~
A Chau e for Barain.F
will dispose of my stock of MISOEL
%EOUFROOKN and - other articles -fo
next TIIIHRTY PAYS at a trille ove
AAK BOOKS of all kindi
At Reduced Prices.
THOS. F. GRENEKER'S
ran 5, 1-lin BOOK STORE.
TIlE SPRNi SRSSION
ILLAISIOX TEMALE VULEGI
WILL OPEN ON
oiida-, Feb. 0, 1 8
everal uew attractive teatures, added t
numerou peenliar advantages hitherte
red, are well worthy the attention of al
ing taiighters to educate. No effor
I be sprred to make the Tstitation norc
rthy -of patronage thau ever. (ive us a
For partir ars, addrenr
SAN DEl, M., D.D., Pres't.,
a5 1-t 5 williamston, S C.
k Scianinual Dividend of FOUT PEF
NT., has be,in declared by the 1;oard o
eetor' o t# .iNatioal V;ank of N-ne:wr
pavani V O Liad aher Janiviry 2nd in
at. J . GARWILE,
ounr d on thP Street, a Davidson Syring
ich the lo-er can have by applying a
IIFRA%I.f Ofllice aftd payig for this ad
isezient. '. Jan. 5, 1-2t.
ikes' Improved .and. Jones
Long Staple Cotton Seed
offer the above itamed Gotton.Seed
sale. They were tested by the Agricul
al Bureau of Georgia during the yea
10, andi they made from fifty 'to oni
idred per cent. more than any other va
ies. I planted them last year, 1881
i made wi'h them mofe cotton per aer
.n I had ever made any p-evious year
.withsta uding the unprecedented drough
I bad stand.
J. R. SPEARMAN, J.
Fan. 5, I-Sm -
E IN Riv i E AEnIrY
rth British and Kereantile Insurance Co
sen Fire Insurance Co.
idon Assurance Corporation.
derwriters of Nfew York.
(CASH CAPITAL S50,000,000.)
rh unrdersigned with 5 years experiece
Fire I;aurance, and representing tha
ve reliable Companies, respectfully so
t a coannuance of a portion of the busi
: of the Town and Gounty. T)welling
ases insured on 8 and 5 year plan.
efers bay normnission to the Nationa
ok of Newberry.
.E. A. SCOTT.
iep. 28, 39-3m.
3reditors of the estate of William Ray,
eased, sr. hen:by iequired to render at
ouat of thetir dcemands, duly attested, t(
subscriber' on or before the 28d, day oj
iuary, 1882. and those-indebted tvill pay
by that time, as I will make a se'tle
at on said es:.ate on that day in the Pro.
e Cour t for New berry Coun ty, S. C., and
nediately thereafter apply - for 'a fianal
ebarge as Admninistrator thereof
THOMAS F. R AY,
)ec. 16, 1Ss1-51-4t A dministrator.
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Coni,ting of tLhefo o ng good.s:
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hAT I8IIOME WITil
WVhat is Home Without Mus
Well, well, don'r get'nmad about it,
talk in such big capitals,
A cCIKElING, MATHUSHEK, AR
OR 1)UTHERT GEM 'PIANO~
Hlome, Sweet Horn
Must be made a happy place, and if it
not contain a Piano or Orgaul
is only italt'furiihed.
ORDER AT ON C]
A MASON & -HAM.LIN, .?ELOUB8li
00.-~, (E SHONINGER ORGAN.
DON'T WAIT AL.WAY
If you can't pay all casu, send for
Large saks~ with smtall, Ilivinig ikeal
our poliCy, first, last an?d alwaiys.
* REENVILLE, S. C
1ho Mill Sell you at Manuf
*turer's Factory Prices.
De). 15 l16-Ivy
(Direct from the A gent of the Peruvli
(Q to8.per cent. Ammonia&)
Noya ScQtig L,.nti PIgst
(Fine ground and bigh grade.)
For sale by'
CRIA!R-L8TON, 8. 0.
Dec. l, e-n.
HUNT 4 SINCL.ETDN,
-AND DKAISit IN
N ~EWBRERRY. 8. 0.
Kg"We Zre preplarefde toibee:
vness on consignments to New York- a
C...ro. Dec 8, 49_am
s m -lotDl0ing.
W1RIGIIT & IJ . W.0OPPOCK.
FILL -NO WINTER SIT jc
In all Grades,
U Ana A V im..'
Undergar'ments of il kinds '
8S, canafo assre O KS a
vats; Coars, 1"senders, &c. 9
In Straw,Fl .,.Al.ors and tU
Styleg, ande,ry hand'some.
I, Gendemenia4uII 4u0t'hsokes ~
TRUYKS, VALTE, UZ LLA
-r -WALNW CATE.
[s. Ino:sy icTe mualy'ke n ati
first class G&Ling.St4re. at livg prices. .
An exaniin:ion ofourr-wock: is respect- a
fully'.licited- We pkaramw t,seAsfaction
WIRT & Jm W. C0PopO d
May 4, 1 8-tf
Dry Goods~, Groceries,.tc.
I have now oper.ed my small but well
selecdi stoCk of
go~ods and Ii 'ies11a
et, 'Bcon, Meal, Floir,
Lard, Molasse, Sugar,
Coffee, Rice, Salt,
Mackerel in cans and barrels,
%nnie G6odw:oT ail4eseriptons, w
Cheese, Raisins, Apples,
s Oranges, &c &c., &c.
*0N[ZBf and QWASSW E
NEIC1IiED IN PRIlum
PS, Boots aad$hoes, Hats and Cap .
Bed-Ticking, ShirtingTints,Jeanm t
. -Homesp a ad Notions. F
Kerosene i, Soap, .e,
Spices, Cades, Tabek-gars, ' G
-' And. i*of-;ipe. I
*NAock a sila!l.s *8 m s e iim-'0
am ni;f'iftssiI iprofits andt qd& a)esis
s ' o ottoyatI buinesrnwhat ul. I L
0 btt cheapta ieteWid oseH hawn H.
O. ament - -px .
live at home and boa.d "CU' same place. a
Come andgive me.a cal1nid I guarantee
"satisfaction. Agatifitannounce this..
. FREE SUOWfI
js'en, D. ?Rh tJ5|Enis (itfu mand a
w oieywaWon aly who mnavyef me
a call, and will tke great pleasure in show
liug any and all of my goods, and will make el
ri4ces to suit if possible- I will be' fot'nd o,
-on Pratt Street, between M. .Fot's sab- J
lshment and the Depot. Respectfully,
I'J.$s. R USSEL.L. o
* Nov. 3, 44-3m. . . . i
"T. P. C. W.0. .
'Tis no wonder, for tie facts are patent,
when their store is filled with a. ful line of i
sLamps andi.Lamp' "oods,
And in fac.t.all artilesa belonin~rg to a wel
ILeitimately Kept Drvg Store
All of wb'ich are b'eJng sold at sich prices
that the people will conic. and the ech
muilst flow. Being, thins full.y armed an
equipped, and.back~ed WriLl a. gaccl ex
Sperience of years, our establishmuent offers
attractions seconid to none.
alli Physicians' Prescriptions
- . a Specialty.,9
MAYBiN & TARRAIT,
Druggists and Pharmacists. 'i
Nov. 24, 47l-tf.m
Representing the followIng strong and an
reliable Companies, for many years fuir the bo
Agency of the late Maj. W. F. Nace. to th
Liverpool and Londan and ~Globe Indar
anee (many. -t = - L.
Insurance Company of North Ameip4
Continental Insnrance teNew York
StaMdasPaef$eW~~ A4 - (
T'JTA. ASSETS O0 t 4E S,6i
Large faciites' for Insurance aast a
Feon allkinsofpro ety.. ....., r
The Idisura~oce of 7ifrbPfpertya -
cial feat re insu 4'gep . - '
Libe r #n proipp .aLtIlent gua5*n
~ *a week in your own town. *5 OutA
ital no xeur e wilis
you everything.. ,Many are making Ot
fortunees. Ladies make as much as men. .4so
bynqgirls make .tee nay. eae,:f the
nd. r a bu d1 he time yuwork ric d
ndH. . ~1 e; PB
Oir the first f.Tnuu oi the MEEKLY -
rit&s upon its thirty-second year.,
kc long r.eriod which has elapsed 8
iception, it has been aonsistreds
r whatever it c6nsidered to
ays preferring principle to e ..
rith increasing years it has not
4t, bnathe coat ryt bas,
roved and kept f 1ly ab east
ressive spirit of the times, and t
mnrnal, whether taken in its..
.ecial features it stands Av.- %.0
apers of the South. and-equal t. --I
ry section ofthe Ulnio. . - a
Dng the comingycrthi
ill artake of all imprvemt C*
lily 99sue,.Viqh, with wditio
.bor. i ucrd"aInle di6t-rejpoVide
id tee e h and a more th
mnk than heretofore among
ars or the 7
To the se
usiness or professional man."
ke advan esof adail ma
EWS 8iro s the best
m be informed ofall ey tZ
ie busy world, whether iSn
ithe most distant parts of the
In additioii Uto. a4rst-deAW
lapted to the wants of the ped -
a, Florida and.otl)er Southe*
Loderate lwiee, we oCer toe W e
ibscriber reeeiVed before Jan
r to old ones wioxenew or a
at date . .a copy.gf iy of Ai
owela of theloM6KING NjWs U.
'ad $2 and getthe WEELY _VM
ar. and a goo)l.novel t'ree of c
The above offe-r also applies.
RN FAMER'18 MONTITlf, whic
s 111th year, with ie Janua3lUer
his Journal i9,as its name
4 to the agrieulturalinteret
4ab y edited, and isjust
ipplenentthe WEEKLY N
tription for one year is $2.
Remember that the W E.
ARXIL's MONTRLY anI two d
G.NEWsLIBRARIEs will bess5
ress for one year for *:Ui'.
Subecriptions can be sent y"I 1
gents and postmasters, or d*
3 Whitaker Street. Sa -
Dec. & 4--tf. 5ext'f*W Of
clectic MA :
OF ~ oenti
Foreign Literature, Scien
18s-38th YEd ED,
The ECLECTIC MAGAZINE;
reign periodicals all tho'
e valuable to Americau
'selection embracesall t,
eviews, Magazines, and
ates of all classes 6f redig
i the articles presented. t ,
CiENcE, EssAYs, .Rixij steel -
aAuvI.s, PoEtar, Novar. fiuely en
ES, STM,-Ec. - MbAmObbo
The following lists comppc o. qo
sriodicals from which se
d the, names of some
riters who contribute to .tybyappli
PERIODICALS. a - I Ices
narteily Review. RtHp,
rit.QuarterlyReview. Alf -
djuiburgh lieview. Pro -W 8 -.
he Nnteenth Cent'y;Dr
orbill Magazine; -
ew Quort MagaztneJa
emple Bar. T
ood.Words. .. WI
ondon Society. i. -
aturday Review. 4T'._
he Speetatr, etc. W IL
0rTh eectic I)g
dalatmr. T1;e -4esi, xr117
ing aithors *per 1
oluMes are spado r -
ppear fresh ilits leei,
Every sbscriber.to t -
5 drecel- 'to tlie pubifDlo
iditiouto the' ElctiOCorhufeS
the besatiful steele
This subiject has INetSlens
te same artist who enaBIpit,
se to frame abont
TER3Xg: Sitigte 'edt
ostge free toall su -
e a notable -
g a .iing Pr
dies of thbfuarn househ A
Publish a mantn repair
inreliintesr ype oncn
Sam'15ands& Son. Pu -
S l altimore MIrcet (Sign of (.
the HESALD nnd The Ameri
4 be clubIlk together and sA.
dvea for's; br one year.
hsflypra r -class work.
n, todo al ind workitifs line.
BLENK 300KS EULED to may gettesd
d bomddinaay style desired.
aen' for 3 . 6~~Jo
oks, san for the 'use of ' lo
art, ShelUs, 'rbtJzdges.
nd omAhe most ,esoncable-'Wrms ed fat4
EIaltosdsprozspay attpaded to.
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aifreet, opposite NiewCliHd
Apbib m adebryeder
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