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It may be interestinog to American
readers to know the relative proportions
of the Christian denominations in this
country. The Methodists lead, with
22,582 ministers and 3.574.585 mem
- bers. The Baptists follow, with 18,
331 ministers and 2,452,878 mem
bers. The Presbyterians, of il bodies,
have 6,830 ministers and 1,173,765
members. The Lutherans are next,
with 3,132 ministers and 950,868
members. The Disciples have 3,782
ministers and 501,821 members. The
Congregationalists are sixth,with 3,654
ministers and 304,330 members The
Episcopalians, including the Reformed
Episcopal Cburch, take the seventh
place, with 3,532 ministers and 347,
781 members; the United Brethren
rank next,. with 2,196 ministers and
157,835 members ; the Evangelical
Association next, with 893 ministers
and 112,197 members. The Friends
next, with nearly 100,000; the See
ond Adventists next, with 85,000;
the Dunkers have 60,000; the Meno
nites 50,000; and the Moravians
bring up the rear with a little band
of less than 9,490, (for the whole
body numbers only 43,000). The
Uaiversalists, Unitarians and Swe
denborgians have, collectively, about
WANT OF PUNCTUALITY.-It is as
tonisbing how many people there are
who neglect punctuality. Thousands
have failed in life from this cause
alone. It is not only a serious offense
in itself but it is the fruitful parent of
numerous vices, so that he who be
comes the victim of it gets involved
in the coils from which it is impossi
ble to escape. It makes the mer
chant wastefil of . time, it saps the
business, the hopes, and reputation
of the lawyer, and it injures the
prospect of the mechanic. in a word,
thereis no profession, nor a station in
life, which is not liable to the canker
of the habit. Many and many a time
has the failure of one man to meet his
obligations brought on the ruin of a
score of others. Thousands remain
poor all their lives, who, if they were
more faithful to their word, would
secure a large run of custom, and
make their fortunes. Be punctual il
you would succeed.
WOR&SHING BY TELEPHONE -
A novel plan has been introduced at
the Pilgrim Congregational Church in
St. Louis by which invalids who can
not attend the services are enabled tc
hear all that goes on in the sacred edi.
flee during its religious service. This
is accomplished by means of a tele.
phone connection between the sick
room and the church. The micro
phone or sounding box is placed just
beneath the top of the reading desk
or pulpit, so that all the minister says
will be conveyed to the liatener in the
sick room. The instrument is aleW
close enough to the choir and organ,
and in such a position that the sacred
rendition and the congregational sing.
ing can be heard with fine effect. One
invalid lady, who lives four blocks
away, regularly enjoys the servic by
telephone, and it is said hears the ser
mon and the singing almost as well as
if she were present..
AN AFFLICTED FAMrLY. - The
Rev. IL G. McLaughlin, of Mecklen
burg County, N. C., has suffered sore
bereavement by deaths in his family
since last fall, first by the death of a
son o'z the 10th of October, and a
month later the death of two sons and
Mrs. McLaughlin, all of which occur
red about the same time; and on the
80th of last month by the death of
-~ - his daughter, Lesslie, while the father
h'mself has been lying very low. The
disense which has proved so fatal in
this family was typhoid fever, and
since the last death occurred Mr. Me
L anughlin has been removed to the
residence of his son, with a hope that
the change of location may.prove ben
eficial to him.
A delicious odor is imparted by
Floreston Cologne which is always re
f'eshing, no matter how freely used.
CONCISELY STATED.-The talk of
an 'indepadent third party' is none
sense. If such a party should or
ganize and keep itself free of Radi
calism, it could only be strong enough
to allow Radicalism to triumph. If
it is combined with the Radicals they
would inevitably control it, for they
would constitute eigh.-tenths of its
membership. A very simple process
.of logic and mathematies proves be
yond a shadow of doubt that the Rad
icals must control South Carolina
whenever the Straight Democratic
party ceases to do so.
Fees and Doctors.
The fees of doctors is an item that
very many persons are interested in
just at present. We believe the
schedule for visits is $3.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bed
for year, as 4j need of daily visits,
over $1 ,000year for medical attend
ance alone ! And one single bottle of
Hop Bitters taken in time would save
the $1,000 and all the year's sickness.
DESERVED PRAISE. - Whatever
has been done we believe has been
-done by our legislators according to
their best comprehension of the best
and truest interests of the people of
South Carolina ; and it must be con
fessed that they have acted on the
imotn usin he pesdfor
One of the most annoying types of
skin or blood diseases is Eczenma, "a
smarting eruption of the skin." This
smarting is produced by the poison in
the blood, seeking an outlet through
-the pores of the skin. S. S. S., by
renewing and purifying the blood,
sood removes every vestige of erup
tion, and the skin will present a
.beautiful appearance. Price, $1.00
-.- - - _ -
THOS. F. GRENE!ER, EDrToHs.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1882.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect aFam
ily Newspaer,devoted to the material in
terests of the 1ople of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
&dvertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms. see first page.
Adjourned the 9th inst. There
was a large number of laws enacted,
most of them, however, being of a
local or private nature. The two
most important measures were the
Stock Law and the Election Law.
The Legislature has been subjected
to abuse and criticism beyond any
of its predecessors. One class of
critics have charged it with being
regardless of the interests and the
wishes of "the people"; another
class has charged the members with
being afraid of their own shadows,
and in terror all the time lest they
would displease "the people" and
injure their chances of re-election.
We are glad to be able to say that
neither of these classes of critics
has been numerous. The newspa
pers as a rule while expressing their
opinions on the various matters un
dergoing legislation have at the
same time given the Legislators
credit for doing their duty as they
understood it. Fair and free criti
cism has been general; the indis
criminate abuse has been the rare
exception. And now looking back
over the work of the session the
only feature that we feel disposed
to censure is that provision in the
Election Bill giving to the Supervi
sor authority, upon his own discre
tion, to add names to the registra.
tion list. A matter of so much mo
ment should not be left to the dis
cretion, which often means the pre
judice, of any one man. The pro
Nision in regard to adding names
should have been compulsory, upon
a proper showing, or not at all.
SAmongte Acts passed of a local
nature that pertain to this County
are the following :
Act to charter the Future Pro
gress Society of Newberry County
Act to incorporate the #benezer
Camp Ground Church.
Act to prohibit the sale of liquors
in the Town of Prosperity.
Act to recharter Chappell's Ferry
on Saluda River.
Act to charter McNair's Ferry on
Act to charter th~e Newberry &
Atlantic Rail Road.
The Democrats have nothing to
fear in the approaching campaign
if they act wisely and justly. What
ever dangers may arise will be the
result of the folly and ambition of
would-be leaders. Should these
would-be leaders fix up a slate to
suit their own choice only there
will be trouble. That thing has
been done too often, and many
Democratic voters are becoming
restive uder such workings.
The Columbia correspondent of
the Charleston News and Courier
has been informed that a general
conference of the Republicans, con
sisting of two delegates from each
County, will be held in Columbia
the 2nd day of March. He says:
"The conference in March will
shape the future course of the party
and finally determine on some de
finite plan of political action."
Jesse Barber, colored, was hanged
at Winnsboro' the 10th instant for
The Hampton Guardian has pur
chased the material and good will
of the Varnville Mfessenger.
Mrs. M. G. Harley, a most excel
cent Christian lady of Barnwell,
well known to many of oEbr readers
as one of the editors of the Baptist
Courier, died the 9th instant.
The Greenville .News says that a
company has been formed and suffi
cient capital subscribed for starting
anew cotton factory in that city.
The factory will be called the "Hu
guenot Cotton Mills" and will man
ufacture plaid goods.
A new weekly paper has been
started in Columbia, and is called
the Reform Signal. It is well
printed, and is as good as the aver
age weekly paper. Its object ap
pears to be to revolutionize the
present order of things ; to correct
abuses, and to bring about needed
reforms. Whether it has any defin
ite ideas and plans on this 'subject 1
will appear hereafter. We shall
await, with some degree of curiosi
ty, a fuller development of its plans
The Scientific American,
Whose office was burned in thez
late big fire in New York, has taken
new offices at 261 Broadway. Their U
books, papers, patent records,
plates, &c., came safely through the 0
fire in fire-proof safes. There has
been no interruption in the publi- Ti
cation of the paper. Their new
offices are well chosen. In addi- Mu
tion to their publications, Messrs. a
Munn & Co., prepare specifications 4
and drawings for American and
foreign patents. Should any one
make a new discovery he has only
to drop a line to Munn & Co., who pa
will, without charge, reply stating
whether the invention is patentable O
The Carolina Spartan has at
tempted to be very witty of late at br
the expense of the State Legislature '
and its members. Its articles un- Pr
der the head of the "State House wo
Primer" have not been witty. If be
our Legislators are such characters wc
as the "State House Primer" repre- o
sents them they are a disgrace to cc
the State. If not-then what of be
the Spartan ? It shows neither wit ur
nor wisdom to poke fun at our pub- A
lic officers. The effect of such a
course, if it has any effect at all, is
to bring our public men into disre
By the way, wasn't the Spartan
editor a candidate for the Legisla
ture before the "primaries ?"
Now that a charter has been ob
taine,l for the Newberrj & Atlantic
Rail Road will not some of the lead
ing citizens of the County take hold
of the matter and carry it through
to a successful issue T
The Spartanburg Herald has
been enlarged. We congratulate
Col. Farrow on the success of his
FOR TEE HERALD.
STONE HILLs, Feb., 1882.
_1EssRs. EDIToas: I wonder who
"Hard Tack" is, where he lives, and at
if be is a teacher.
I like to hea: any one speak well of li
"Swokey Town." Indeed, one can wi
scarcely speak otherwise and speak fr<
truthfully. I did business for that
people during three successive years o
in the capacity of teacher, and have m,
now only the sum of thirteen dollars br
due me for the three years, and that wo
not from persons who are unwilling to aP
pay, but unable to pay as yet. But h
do the people in any part of Newberry In
County fail to pay their teachers ? I
ave taught in every nook and corner9
of the lower part of the County, from [
Broad to Saluda Rivers, and have
never found but one man, who was
able, mean -enough to refuse to pay
his tuition, and I verily thought he By
was the only one in the County.
I do not desire to surfeit your read
ers by laudatory items on Smokey -
Town ; but really the people of that S I
section are too proud to live on the
labor of others, and I thought, until 1
saw "Hard~ Tack's" article, that they
were a fair sample of the County. M
A Word to Mothers, bei
Mothers should remember it is a
most important duty at this season tOo n
look after the health of their families of
and cleanse the malaria and impurities an
from their system, and that nothing let
will tone up the stomach and liver, &
regulate the bowels and purify the
blood so perfectly as Parker's Ginger to
Tonic, advertised in our columns.- mne
Post. See other column.
POSTr OFFICE, Icas
NEWBERRY, S. C., Feb. 11, 1882 , for
List of advertised letters for week ending'
Feb. 11, 1882:
Copeland, Miss Mattie Means, Jos. .
Cannon, Wade S. Neil, Mrs. Fannie P.
Counts, Henry ~ Osten, Miss Iteis S
Duncan, Barsch Pastor of Col. Baptist
Dukett, Lewis Church
Dawkins, Pegie Philson, Willie
Glenn, Miss L. L. Rk., Shelton
Grifi, Maria 1Robertson, E. J.
unter, D. D. IWilson, Miss F. L. (3)
Hill, Chas. Wills, W. W.
Jackson, W. M. IWicker, N. C.
Parties calling for letters will please say lic
if advertised. R. W. BOON., P. M. bei
.?ew .Jdreruzseneas. P,
LOOK OUT s"
AUCTION SALE! ca
Newberry, February 18. of
Gar load of Buggies, Wagons and Car- ca
riages will be sold at Auction. Every sar
Baggy offered will be sold to the highest
bidder without reserv'e.]
Feb. 16, '7-1t W. S. DODD. .
THE~ ADJUTANT AND INSPECToR-GANERAL,
COLUmBA, S. C., February 13th, 18S2.
By an Act entitled an Act "to provide 69
for the preparation of Rolls of Troops fur- 46.
nished by the State of South Carolina to 4L
the army of the Confederate States, and of y;o.
the Militia of the State in active service 137.
during the war between the Confederate
and United States," approved January st, 14
1882, it is made the duty of the Adjutant- 1.7.
~eneral of the State to prepare such rolls.
In order to carry out this commendable E
mtion of the General Assembly, and that iss
the result may be as accurate as possible,
.he undersigned requests that all officers 17
rd soldiers from South Carolina, of the 1-1
ate Confederate army, or citizens of the 16s.
state, who may be in possession of regi
nental, battalion or company rolls, will T.
rommunicate with him in reference there-. pot
o, or send to him, in Columbia, such rolls= nal
L they may have, which will be returned,
f desired, after being made use of. ber!
A. N. MANIGAULT,
Adjutant and Inspector-General State of p.e
iesday, Feb. 21st, 1882.
IRS. W. H. CLARK, with her large
ic Class, assisted by some of the finest
nt in Newberry, will give a
cal and Instrumental Music.
I.SS RAY FOOT will appear and sing in
itomime, also in character song.
IRS. HARRY SAMUELS will sing the
ittiful song, "Will 0' the Wisp," and
ter favorite pieces.
EISS LELIA RIVES and MRS. WM. P.
USEAL wil' delight the audience with
Krs. Clark has a peculiar faculty of
ngin out the musical talent of the very
LITTLE NETJ IE
Dbably the youngest Pianist in the
rld, ONLY 3 YEARS OLD, will make
r first appearance in public. She is a
ive South Carolinian, and every man,
man and child should hear this prodigy
her first night.
[t will without doubt be the GRANDEST
NCERT ever listned to in Newberry.
& few seats have been reserved and will
for sale at Seboltz's Jewelry Store, Sat
ArmIssion, - - - - 25c.
lesex-ved Seatd, - 50C.
Curtain will rise pieciselv at 8 o'clock.
Feb. 16, 7-1 t.
J. Y. CULBREATH.
.o. 1-L. M. SPEERS.
No. 2-D. M. WARD.
No. 3-ALAN TOHNSTONE.
go. 4-G. McWHIRTER.
Feb. 16, 7-tf.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBtA, S. 0., February Ist, 1882.
WHEaEAs, information ha3 been receivad
tLis office that on the night of October
th, 1880, a house owned by one Robert
. Atchison, in Newberry County, was ma
iousl3 burned by one John P. Satter
ite, a convict now at large and a fugitive
Now, therefore, I, JOHNSON HAGOOD,
vernor of the State of South Carolina, in
ler that proper inquiry in the premises
y be made, and the perpetrator be
)nght to justice, do hereby offer a re
rd of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for the
prehension and delivery to th-- Sueriff of
County in which the alleged crime was
cmitted of the said John P. Satterwhite.
testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my band and caused the Great Seal
of the State to be af!:ed at Colum
s.) bia, this lst day of February, A. D.
1882, and in the 106th year of the
independence of the United States
JOBNSON HAGOOD, Governor.
R M. Sis, Secretary of State.
Peb. 16, i-2t..
News copy twice.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CO[UNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
.y E. Douglass and others vs. Jas. P.
Beard, Nancy Johnson and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
outcry, before the Court House at New
ry, on the First Monday in March next,
that tract of land known as the Beard
ct, in the County and State aforesaid,
waters of Hunting Fork Creek, waters
Enoree River, containing Two Hundred
i Forty-seven Acres and a half, more or
s. and bounded by lands lately belong.
to estate of S. 0. Hargrove, dec'd.,
n. Wallace, L. C. McCracken and others.
rEMns-Thie purchaser will be required
pay in cash one-third of the purchase
ney, and to secure the balance payable
ne and two years with interest from the
of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
mises-with permission to pay all in
h if it be so desired. Purchaser to pay
all the papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Laster's Office, 11 Feb., 1882. 7-3t
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
LN COMMON PLEA8.
). Henry Wheeler vs. Harry B. Scott.
3y order of the Court, I will sell at pub.
outcry, before the Court House at New
ry, on the first Monday in March, 1882,
that tract or plantation of land (the pro
ty of the defendant), situate in the Coun
and State aforesaid, containing Eighty
Acies and a tenth, more or less, and
mded by lands of H. H. Folk, -- John
ne and J. G. Rikard.
PEB.s-The purch.aser will be required
pay one-half of the purchase money in
h, and to aecure the balance, payable at
lve months, with interest from the day
ale, by bond and mortgage of the prem
S(with leave to pay the whole bid in
h) and to pay for all the papers neces
y to conveying the said lands.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
aster's Office, 11 Feb., 1882. 7-8t
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he only one containing original Ameri
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y. S. OWIVIE & 00., Puinhehms,
Box 2767.] 22 Rose Street, New York.
Dry Goods and Mtions.
SI FAL OEOG1I
B HiCLINE& Co
Consisting of the following goods:
Domestic Plaids and Stripes,
SILK AND SATINS.
BLEACHED AND BROWN
Sheetings .and Shirtings,
Red and WhAte Flannels,
Velveteens and Silk Velvet,
Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Silk Ties,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Polite and courteous attention given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
BEN. H. CLINE & CO
Sep. 21. 28-tf.
County Line Fence.
At eleven o'clock A. M., ont the days and
at the places hereinafter stated, the County
Commissioners for Newberry County will
sell to the highest responsible bidders for
cash, or upon a credit until Nov. 1st next,
with one approved surety, as m:ty be pre
ferred by the purchaser, all the Couty
Line Fence of said County, viz:
At Pomaria, on Tuesday, February 28.
At Dominick's, on Wednesday, March 1st.
At D. H. Wheeler's old Saw Mill, on
Thursday, March 2nd.
The purchasers will be required to keep
this fence in repair in its present location
until April let next, after which time they
will be at liberty to remove the same.
The right is reserved to reject any and
F. WERBER, JR.,
Feb. 16, 7-2t Clerk C. C. N. 0.
Bridges ! Bridges! !
Notice is hereby given that at 11 o'clock
A. M., ou Wedne-sday, March 8th, at the
Bridge over Little River on the Island
Ford Road and. known as the Burton
Bridge; aiwl at the same hour on Friday,
March l0th nelt, at the Ford on Hleller-'s
Creek on: thew ihroad River Road, the
County C.mmi~ssioners for this County
will let out to tne lowest responsible bid
ders' contr.in :t o *,uil.4 new Bridges at each
of these llace.
The righ:t i.-reed to rej--ct any and
all hids. F. WERBER, JR.,
Fe.b. ' r. '7-3. Ulerk c. e s c.
The Capt-s ai Best Engine
n th arket.
The u. >igned h.ie tae th.e Agency
for the an;' uaxtd~ Engir-e., and take
great ple::.r- ini :..lt!-ag attent.ion to them.
The cont ofI :thi C Zei about omr-HtRD
less than nyother Enigir.e built with
Wrronghit lu:.' B&i:m- and Tubes ;hrougrhout.
Its no:i, e. nie 6:t..es? are simplicity inf
consruc.io-, e. ni space and fuzel,
coneni-o- :nali ::rts, should repairs he
neces.eary ; drt.ilbty, safe ty and strength
in every p,: rt.
All EFgw s.ob: by us will be put up and
set in run' I:; order without extra charge.
For terms-, andl all other informnation, ap
W. B. AUTLL & BROS.,
Str.m Mill, Newberry, S. C.
Or, PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Feb. 9, .;-2m.
TiE 80ITi CAROLIN
NEXT DOOR TO D. 3.W ER R
A. C. Dibert, proprietor, has opened a
Salesroom in Newberry for the purpose of
gettng bh.r-re ths. public their goods.
Measures taken and a good fit guaranteed.
All goods warranted, and no shoe's genuine
unless stamped A. C. D)ibert, Columbia, S.
C. They nmake H AND-SEWED, MACHINE
SEWED and BR&ASS-SCREWED for men,
boy, wome'n and children, in French Calf,
Kip, Coat and Grain Leather. FINE
SHOES A SPECIA LTY. Every one should
use these goods and help develop Souh
HUGH O'N. BA RRINGTON,
jan56m General Manager at Newber-ry.
[)r. S. Pope will vccinate free of charge
all persnis living in corporate litirs of
.w berry. All p-rsous are earnestly re
quested to meet Dr. Pope at the Opera
House. 'n the forenoon, ench and every
day (except Sunday) between the hours of
8:;ii and 1t:30 a in., on and after Monday,
January 30, 1882, so that they may be
By order of Oouncil.
JOHN S. FAIR, Clerk.
COUNCIL CHAMBERs, Jan. 26, 1882.
HUNT & SINCLETON,
AND DrALES IN
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W-We are prepared to make liberal ad
vances on consignments to New York and
Charleston. Dec. 8, 49-6m. ]
Jones' Improved and Jones'
Long Staple Cotton Seed I
I offer the above named Cotton Seeds
for sale. They were tested by the Agricul
tural Bureau of Georgia during the year
1880, and they made from fifty to one
hundred per cent. more than any other va
rieties. I planted them last year, 1881,
and made with them more cottonper acre
than I had ever made any previous year.
notwithstanding the unprecedented droug t
and bad staiad.
J. R. SPEARMAN, J'
Jan. 5, 1-3m*
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Feb. 2, 5-tf Augusta, Zia.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Mary C. Oxner bath made
suit to me, to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration, of the Estate and effects of
These are therefore to cite and admonish
Iall an.! singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on the 23d day of February intt., after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my hand, this 8th
day of February, Anno Domini 1882.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Feb. 9, 6-2t.*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Elijah Wells bath made suit
to me to grant him Letters of Administra-A
tion de bonis non with the will annexed of
the Estate and effects of William White,
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the sid deceased, that they he and I
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Conrt House, S. C.,
on the 23d day of February inst., after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Admuinistrat.ion should not be
granted. Given under moy Band. this 7tLh
day ol February, Anno D)omini, 1882.
J. B. FEL~LERS, J. P. N. c.
Feb. 9, 6-2:*.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob II. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebeniezer P. Chalmers, Clerk
of Cousrt, hiath mih suit to me, to gratUt
hium L,ettera of Ad.ninistrasti.on of the Estate
and eindnts of Reubten, S. i,yl-, deceased.
Tlhe's are, therdore, Tlo eite~ aid admiona- 1
ish all an,d sinzgula: the kimdred anid credit
ore of the staid dlecenesed., that thety be and
appear, bef.ire me, in, the Couart of Probate,
to he held at. Newhberry Couir. House, on
the 22nd dlay of Marcha n-xt, after publi
cation hereof, at I I o'clock in the forenoon,
to shew cause, if any they have, why the
said Adm:i:isrrtion, should not I,e granted.
Given unde~r may hand, this 'ith day of
Februsry, Anno Domini 1882.
J. B. FELLERS, Ji. r. x. c..
Feb. 9, 6-- bt'..
J. N. Robson & Son,~
ANsD DEAL.ES IN
68 EAST BAY.
CHARI.ESrON, November, 9 1881.
At the commencement of another buui- ]
ness year we acknowledge with pleasure
the patronage and confidence of our plant- j
ROBSON'S COTTOU AND C0RN FERTJUZER,
RGBSE'S COVPOUND ACiD PIIOSPIIATE,
have given very gratify,ing satisfactioni. Our
Cotton and tcorn Fe.rtilizer is of the highest
standard. It contains among other value..
ble ingredients N ;-er cent, of Ammunis, 1j
per cent. of P.tash, 16 per cenat. or availa-.
ble Phosphate. Having bee-n amoug the
first to introduce Guano in this State, we
can confidently refer to our planting friends
that during the series of years we have sold
them Manures we have always given a pure
article. Every Manure is tested. We of
fer the above Fertilizers for cash, time or
Planters ordering itamediately will be al- '
lowed to the 1st of April to decide which
they prefer, cash or time. An order for a
carload of ten ton.s will be sent free of dray
age, for a less amount $1 per ton will be
Nov, 1'1, 46-3m.
FRIGHT & J l, OPP1 so
ILL AND WINTER SUITS
In all Grades, ge
And All Prices.
Jndergarments of all kinds a
SUCl AS 'I
ilIR 8, UNDIIYKS8, DRAIVLS, 8O0K8. E
A beautiful assortment of LF
Cravats, Collars, Suspenders, &c. is a
[EIATS IIArTS ! A.TS ! of 4
In Straw. Felt and Silk, all colors and Mi
styles, and very handsome.
wentlemen's and Youths' Shoes
TMUME, VALISE, UNUrM.AS,
In short every article usually kept in a
rst class Glothing Store, at living prices. E
An examination of our aock is respect- an
lly solicited. We guarinwe satisfaction K
a all goods sold. to
iRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK. We
May 4, 18-tf. we
--- - - - - - pro
Mrags X Fancy .4rtkles.
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C. in
Prescriptions compounded with accuracy
nd nicety at all hours.
The Prescription Clerk's bed room up
tairs over Fant & Whirter's Grocery Store, I
root room. Jul. 27, 3o-tf. ing
"T. P. C. W. 0. I."
1OW THE PEOPLE CROWD G
DRUG STORE F
'Ti no wonder, for the fcMes are patent,
rhen their store is filled with a full line of
Lamps and Lamp Goods, ?j
CIGAR.S, TOBACCO, :
ad in fact all articles belonging4 wa1 wit
appointed and ---
egitheately Kept Drug Strs i
All of which are being sold at such prices (
at the people will comec, and the cash
ust flow. Being thus fully armed and
quipped, and backed with a s.ractical ex
erience of years, our establishment otes
ttractions second to none.
Ili Physicians' Prescriptions
a Specialty. -liee
MAYBIN & TARRANT,
ruggists and Pharmacists.
Nov. 24, 4'7-tf.
IIiaches, clocks, Jewel ry.
At the New Store on Hotel Let.
I heve now on laud' a i.irge and elegant
ATCHES, CL.0CKS, EWELRY,
Silver arnd Plat.edi Ware, E
10LIN ANDJ GUITAR STRI-NGS, h
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASEE, c
WEDINS AND BIRTiHDAY PRESENTS, c
IN ENDL.KSS VAEET. di
All orders by mnail promiptly attend4ed to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and pricea.
W. Cmu, superintendent.
disto PhosDhate Compaan
CHARL.ESTON, S. C.
MdIsto Acid Phosphate,
Misto Ash Element, A
Misto Amimonlated Fertilizer,
MdIst Grnd Borne,
ad Importers of German n
SPECIAL BRANDS t
anufactured to Order. In
CAE LOAD LO)TS DELIVERED FREE nr
ON BOARD CARS.
Any quantley delivered free on board byPe
esel at Company's works.
J. B. L SLOAN,6
aASURfl AND GENaBA EN
At OffeeofJ. B E. SloanZe. I
Ja1 12, 2-4w.
.*Iss eea'ftUS .
AND LETTER SIES
HERALD BOOK ST0L
solution of CopartnrsM >
he Oopartnership heretofore .eistig
ween 0 B. Butler and D. W. T Kier
., under the firm name c,f 0. B.
I& CO., was this day dissolved byn
consent. Mr. D. W. T. Kibler, 'Ag.
lone autborized to settle up the.fedra
be co.ncern, and all prsoons -having
d against, or indebted to, the said
will call on him.
0. B. BLTLER.
-D. W. T. KIBLER, Agt4,
ewberry, S. C., Jan. 28th, 1882. T St
[aving sold out my interest in the -ed..
Grist Mill business to Mr. D. W.K
ler, Agent, I respectfullyasimy Diend
continue. to exten-l -their patronge.
.I will still do al kinds of Machine
rk. repairing Engines, Mils; &,., an
guarantee all work. All orders left for
at the Mill of Mr. -Kibler will recle
0. B. BUTLEE
ea berrv, S. J., an. 28, I?S2. - 3
, W. T. KIBLER,
':e xibscriber begr to in(bin thei6 6i
s of Newberry Corty, that -ha"Ving-p
sed tht iNterest of Mr. 0. B. Butler i0*1
Meal and Grist Mill, he will
;e the bnhine-ss at the old stand,' 6orer,
?ratt and Rail Road Streets, and re
y solicits a share of the- public
He guarantees to furvish Meal
at a good and as cseap as can be bough
D. W. T. KIBLEM, Agent.
fewberry, S. V., Jan. 2* 1882. 6-8/
'he late firm of J. C. Wilson & po
dissolved Copartnership, I ha. t
Agency for the GUANOS former1 -
ented by them:
UANO and -
ill keep a full supply ot-these, -nd
AIIOLIN FBI? LZ3B
. -AND- - v
I hope to retain for the Som
e patronage ex;ended to h
'eb. 2, 5-1m. - -- - e
able Companies, for nmsny yeare ja
ency of the late Maj. W. F ae
Averpool and London and .Globe
e Comp&ny. -
nsurancei Company .of North Aaierica
lninental Insuranf4New York
iar Insurance of New York.
'sTh ASsaTS. *VER*4aU
arge facilities -for Insurance
e on all kinds of property.
'he Insurance of Farm Property eape -
f eature in our Agency.
.iberal and prompt- sttlements ga.
1. Sep. 14, 33--s.an'
FARKER'S HAIR BALSAK
I Prs FaitMela#tge
If you area merimne erfrme,so we
rerk- m ter u do wna byanBy
wGud d une cyP.. nsa."=Tae -
Ifyoumae a -piier erhiuiss KM
mazse y sior.anxiosals -
ueaabecured Eama'sGnmms Taenx -
INGUenTo,ncarence: itwaigam. -
espiruaahefirst dose butvi wa
bassaved bundrdsf ime ik may aws
Mscox & co., tam WEn.= as.. Nsw res. a
.dfl d.ne.., aIana..aw1--o...
. an SAYIn SUTDreD~~ acmagg,
ly consent of the .irobate Court 1 wil'
te final settlepent.on.she Estate of.g. -~
Wicker, decease, on the 10th day a -
ih, 1882, in said Court, and immediatea.
heeupon apply for letter. dismiusory.
THOMAS V. WICKER,
'or. of the will of Nancy Wicker, de'd.
eb. 9, 6-5t.
WONDERFUL NEW YEEARI t 2
7ite Giant Stuttgart baRie 3ai.
11S NEW VARIETY OF' JMDISE- 1s
rt.shaped, whate and remnarkabr fine -
ored, mild and..brittle. It ls the onm C
ety which the heat or dy waann.doe
cause to run to seed, bf.f ortning
:e and perfect Radi. ta n uieya
oris retaindurinaH sgsOtQ
ch continres for a period of tem e
a the time the first are4s for th~
his Radish all the desf2nble 43 -m
t hapiy united to-form the iue nt
e'rretever introduced, and -nha
laopied ha e be n lyeut
.I -w ant it in allhepeaoq
above description and
arrival of the Seed. -Price(has
al,postage paid, 3un
e.&EB,a- n .