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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1882.
IsnDEX TO NEW ADvERTIsEMENTS.
W. R Davis-Wanted to Rent.
F. W. Hilker-Bakery and Confectionery.
Silas Jobnstone-Hannah Russell, Petition
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Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
The infant daughter of Mr. W. 1.
Dickert died Monday night, 23d in
Mrs. White, wife of Mr. Z. L. White,
of Newberry, died Sunday. 22nd inst.,
after a lingering illness.
Mr. James Leake, of Clinton, father
of Mrs. Jas. F. Todd, of Newberry.
died Friday, 20th instant.
Mr. J. Shelton Bull died in Newberry
Friday night, 20th instant, in the twen
ty-eighth year of his age, of something
like appoplexy. He was standing in
the lobby of the Newberry Hotel with
several others when he suddenly fell to
the floor. He was taken to his room,
where he died in about an hour.
Mr. Bull came bere from Orangeburg
last March and became clerk at the
Newberry Hotel. Afterwards he leased
the Hotel, and was m charge at the
time of his death. His brother-in-law,
Mr. Pike, and two of his brothers came
up S-.jrday and carried his body to
firangeburg for burial. .
Fant's Female Regulator cures all dis
eases peculiar to females, 35-tf
Bakery and Confectionery.
We call special attention to the card
of Mr. F. W. Hilker. Mr. Hilker is a
number one Baker, as all know who
have eaten his bread. And his prices
are low enough. See his card.
Ladies wishing a perfume that combines
novelty, delicacy and richnt'ss, find Flores
ton Cologne entirely satisiactory.
- Armstrong's Minstrels
Gave a first-rate minstrel perform
ance in the Opera House Saturday night
to a pretty fair house. The perform
ance was good throughout, some of the
features being excellent. The music,
vocal and instrumental, was very fine.
Supreme Court Decisions.
D. H. Wheeler vs. Newberry-judg
muent of Circuit Court affirmed. Opin
ion filed Oct. 18th.
M. Foot & Son vs. M. C. Williams
* and Joseph Bedenbaugh-judgment of
Circuit Court affirmed. Opinion filed
* By contracting a severe Cough and
Cold, I was compelled to give up my
daily work and keep to the house. A
neighbor recommended me to try a
* bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; it
was procured and used; to my aston
ishment relief was-instantaneous.
F4rw. W. ClarroN, Waverly, Md.
Commissioners of Election.
Messrs. Culbreath and Mower, the
Democratic Commissioners of the State
Election, held a meeting yesterday.
James DeWalt, the Republican Com
missioner, did not put in an appearance,
although he bad been notified of the
; meeting. They will meet again Mon
day, on whicb day they will appoint
the Managers of the State Election.
Messrs. Goggans and Sale, Demo
cratic Commissioners of the Congres
sional Election, held a meeting yester
day. Thos. Davis, the Republican
Commissioner, did not put in utn ap
pearance, although he had been notified
of the meeting. They will meet again
Monday, on which day they will ap
point Managers of the Congressional
Attempt to Assassinate.
Saturday evening while Mr. Herbert
H. Evans was in his room some person
qn the outside, at or near the railroad,
f;red through the window and narrowly
missed him, These was a light in the
voom,the curtains were up, and from the
position occupied by the person who
fired the shot the interior of the room~
was plainly visible. Mr. Evans had just
stooped down by the hearth when the
ball struck the mantel piece, missing
his head not more than two or three
inches. The sash was down, and the
ball made a large bole in one of the
panes. Mr. Evans ran out immediately
and saw two persons running at full
speed up the railroad. He gave cha.se
but could not overtake them; nor could
be-disingdish W'hethe they were wvhite
Republican Movements in the County.
A meeting of the Republican County
Eeutive Committee was called for
-last Saturday. The following members
attended: Henry Kennedy, Cb'iirman,
Win. Suber, from No. 2, Fred Brooks,
from No. 5, Caddy Simmons1 from No.
7, and F. L. Hichs, from No'. '8." The
g? uestion of'm:akinig Coudty nominations
was discussed, the only difference os
o6;nion being as to the method, some
favoring nominations by the Executive
Committee, others preferring a Qqtiyen
tion. It was fina1y 4ecided to calla
pog.nty'Qonlventionl riet Saturday, the
28th instant, for the parpose of making
From what we could gather, the ob,
jective point of the republicans seems
to be the Legislature; but we could not
ascertain whether they propose to nom
inste a full Legislative ticket or only it
part. They may determine, aftei
meeting, to nominate a full ticket foi
A all the offices. There is no doubt
though, that the chief interest centres
on the Legislature. We understant
there are several colored candidates foi
BENNETSVILI.E. S. C., July 23. 1881.
Capt. James F. Johnston, Charlotte. N.C..
This is to certify that the machinery
put up for us by Messrs. Pace & Bar
nett gives entir sNisfaction so far as
we are capable of jidring at present.
EMANCEL & HODGES.
Dr. Sale returned yesterday from
Mr. L. M. Speers returned yesterday
Miss Lula Miller left Saturday for her
home in Charleston.
Rev. W. F. Dickerson, Pastor of the
Episcopal Church, has returned.
Mr. Geo. H. Tirney, of Tirney, Roebe
& Co., New York, is in Newberry buy
ing cotton for his firm.
Mr. C. C. Chase, of Hendersonville,
is in town.
Mr. J. W. Kelly, for some time past
assistant to the Post Master at Newber
ry. left Tuesday for Nashville. Tenn.,
to attend the Medical Department of
Vanderbilt University. Mr. W. Gus.
Houseal will take his place at the Post
Office during his absence.
The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
Fant's Calasaya Bark and Iron. Try
The County Treasury Deficiency.
Mr. Winthrop Williams, Clerk in the
Comptroller's office, came up Monday
to investigate the defalcation in the
Whites case and to ascertain, as far as
possible. the amount involved, the ob.
ject being to institute suit upon the offi
Deducting $1,509.47 for probable
nulla bona taxes and $920 for polls not
collected, Mr. Williams estimates the
deficiency as follows:
State, - - - - $2,870 21
County, - - - 1.102 67
School, - - - - 1,924 46
Total, - - - $5,897 34
To this must be added the sum
turned over to Mr. Whites
as Treasurer in 1877, by or
der of Court, - 3,226 76
Total deficiency, - $9,124 10
If you will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35tf
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
The November number affords evidence
of the fact., that this is the "most compre
hensive, interesting and pheapest magazine
published"; the 128 quarto pages are
crowded with delightful and instructive
reading and fine artistic embellishments.
The colored frontispiece, "Teasing," by
William A Shade, is a perfect gem. "How
to Decide if a Man is Insane, and How to
Treat Him if He is." "Colonial Days and
Tobacco," by Frederick Daniel; "The Lord
of the World," by William Simpson ; "The
History of Kissing" and "The Land of the
Peri" are among the prominent illustrated
articles, and replete with interest and infor
mnation. The department of fiction em
braces a continuation of Caldor's "A Whited
Sepulchre," and short stories by Mrs. Jane
G. Austin, Julius Chambers and other popu
lar writers. There are several admirable
sketches and poems of considerable merit,
most of them beautifully ill4strated. There
is also an abundant and most interesting
miscellany. The price of a number is only
25 cents; or, $3 per annum, $1.50 for siz
months and $1 for five months, sent post.
paid. Address Frank Leslie, Publisher, 53,
55 and 57 Park Piace, New York.
A Difficult Problem solved.
The desire for stimulants is becoming a
monistr,us evil andl how to overcome it is a
serious question with reformers. Parker's
Ginger Ton,ic fairly solves the difficult
problem. It invigorates body and mind
without intoxicating, and has brought
health and happiness to many desolate
hoies-Erquirer. SLe other column.
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin has boughi
from A. D. Newell, New Brunswick
N. J., a very choicely bred bull calf, si,
weeks old, named "Champion King,'
of the Albert-Pansy strain; solid color
except white on legs; herd book num
ber not yet assigned. He is grandsor
on Sire's side of Rex 1,330, who was re
cently sold to Win. Simpson, New York,
for $3,500, and is a grandson on side o
his dam of "Champion of America" 1.
567, for whom $5,000 was offered and
"Champion King" is a son of "Spar'
9,152, who made 12 lbs. 4 Oz. of butte,
in seven days at 2 years old. Among
his aneestors are "Conche's Lily," wh<
made 71 lbs. butter in 31 days; Brad
ley Cow, 18 lbs. in 7 days; Pansy 6th
16 lbs. in 7 days; Dolly 2nd, 1. lb. anc
14 oz. inlIday; Pansy 1,019, 574 lbs
in one year; Angelina Baker, 18 lbs. it
7 days; Europa, 16 lbs. and 6 oz. in 5
days; Miea, 15 lbs. in 7 days; Mica
3d, 15 $-4 lbs, in 7 days.
"Champion of America" 1,567 is the
sire of Silveretta, who made 16 lbs. anc
9 oz. butter in 7 days; Prin.cess Sheila,
15 lbs. and 8 oz.; Tobiva, 15 lbs. and 2
oz.; Therese M., 14 lbs. and 2 oz.
Webster's Pet, 14 lbs. ini one week anc
429 lbs. in 12 months.
The Albert-Pansy strain of Jergel
blood, to which "Champion King" be
longs, is the giogt farpous among Jersel
families, having to its credit 48. cowl
who have made from 14 to 24 lbs. o
butter in 7 consecutive days,
Mr. Me(gtaghrip hia~ sold to Mr
Brooks Workman the Jersey bull cal
"Marachal Neil," 6 tuonths old, coloa
fawn and white, with black shadings:
Dam Flora Lyle No. 7,815; Sire Mr
Reagin's "Jupiter." He is full brothe:
to M. M. Satterwhite's bull "Mastei
Brook," solid color, now 22 months old
The milk of Flora Lyle was recentla
tested for butter. It was found a
14 1-2 lbs. mlade oue pong'd butter
Lizzie Kirk's "did 65ittei-; 11 1-2 lbs
milk mae one poun<d b4tten'
in all aged discoveries have been mad<
which at the time were not appreciated
This is eminently true of the great vega
table Specific S. S. S, which has neve
been known to fail t0 cure the worst cats
of Scrofla. The action of the remedy
simple and perfect. Eadg;aten se diseas
by renewin.5 ar. p,grying tle blood. Price
$1.00 and '*1.76 per bottle.
Best ever made, Emory's Little Catharti
Pills, pleasant to take, sugar-coated; n
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Dru g1t
obymi.Standard Cure Co., ha Sassa
Street, New York. dian. 1, 22--am.
Malaria, Chi la anid Fever,'and Bilious at
tacks soitiveiy cured with Emory's Star
dard Cure Pills--an infallible remedy;ns
er fails to cure the most obstinate. ionj
standing cases whete Quinine and all ott:
er remedies had failed. They are preparc<
e:rpressly for malarious sections, in doubi
boxes, two kinds of Pills, containing.
strong cathartic and a chill breaker, sugal
coated; contains no Quinine or Mercur3
causing no griping or purging; they ar
mihi and efileient, certain in their actio:
cleanse the system, and give new life an
tone to the body. As a household reined
they are unequaled. For L iver Complain
their equal is not known; one box will hay
a wonderful effect on the worst case. The
are used and prescribed by Physicians, an
sold by Dr -st everywhere, or sent b
mail,sS an aet bxes. Emory's Littl
rCtatcPlsbetever made, only]1
Cents. Sudard Cur JuC.1,man8m
Various and all About
Colds are prevalent.
Chills are disappearing.
Court begins next Monday.
The election is close at hand.
Look up your registration ticket3.
How about that little subscription to
There will be a great deal cf land
Gen. Y. J.. Pope is quito ill of typho
Mr. I. W. Walter has been verv ilt,
but is convalescent.
Mr. T. C. Pool has taken charge of
the Newberry Hotel.
Mr. Hugh Harrington has joined the
host of cotton-buyers.
Vigor, strength and health all found
in one bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters.
We are having splendid weather.
Nothing melancholy about these days.
Fine rains last week put the ground
in good condition for sowinz oats. So
The cotton market is brisk; but the
prices are not as high as the farmers
think they ought to be.
Smokey Town reports fine crops of
corn and cotton; plenty to eat; good
health; and a big crop of babies.
If it were not for the high price of
bacon farmers would have a more pros
perous outlook for the coming year.
The premium list for the next Coun
ty Fair, which is to be held the 22nd,
23d and 24tb of November, will be out
Maj. Hutson Lee, of Charleston, came
up Monday to adjust the losses for the
Lancashire Insurance Co., on Col. Gist's
We understand that an effort will be
made to get Judge Wallace to adjourn
Court over election week-from Nov.
4 to Nov. 13.
Mr. Ed. Kinard has resigned as
Guard at the State Penitentiary, and
has taken a position as fireman on the
C. & G. R. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Moses
celebrated their golden wedding Mon
day. All their children and grandchil
dren were present.
Mr. G. B. Cromer is delegate to the
S. C. Lutheran Synod, which will meet
in Charleston the 9th proximo; Mr. J.
E. Chapman, alternate.
If the requisite size of Counties be re
duced Peake, Santuc and Ninety-Six
will all want a portion of Newberry to
help make new Counties.
Let every democrat do his full duty
between this and election day. A big
majority this time will save a great
deal of trouble two years bence.
Don't forget the State Fair. It .will
be held the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th of
November" and it promises to be better
than usual. 'he railroads give low
rates of fare.
As the time draws nigh for the clos
ing of the tax office the rush increases.
The Treasurer and his assistant can't
take time to eat their dinners, Next
Tuesday will be the last day.
The republican Township meeting of
No. 8 for electing delegates to the
County Convention was held Monday
night. There were only nine persons
present. They elected delegates.
The 4th Quarterly Meeting of New
berry Circuit (Rev. A. J. Stokes, Pas
tor,) will be held at Mt. Pleasant Church
Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Dr. Dun
can, of Spartanbug, will be present.
Mr. ,Jno. A. Kinard, who runs O wo
horse farm on Mr. Fowles' place near
town, has got out already twenty-two
bales of cotton, and has four or five
more in the field. He made corn
enough for another year.
Mr. A. Koppel has just returned from
the North with a large and well-selected
stock of foreign and domestic groceries.
He also brought with him one of the
best Bakers South, and will compete
with any city in the South. Look out
for his card next week.
The Debating Club, after an exhaus
tive debate, decided at its last meeting
that the proposed constitutional aaienu.
ment relative to the formation of new
counties should be adopted. The sub
ject for next Monday night's debate is,
whether the State shoruld prohilbi the
sale of spirituoqs liquors.*
An accident occurred on the C., C. &
A. IR. R. Thursday morning by which
Tom Mitchell, a colored brakeman,
was killed, and Pangineer D. L. McCul,
lough was badly scalded, Mitchell and
McCullough were both from Newberry.
The accident was eaused by an obstruc
tion placed upon the track.
For the Sessions Court there are 4
cases for carrying concealed w?apons,
2 for burglary, 1 foi yss 1. for selling
property uguer len without notice, .I
far obstructing the highwa.y, 1 for con
spiracy, 1 for trespass by stock, 1 for
housebreaking, 1 for breach of trust,
and 1 for malicious ischief,
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
Powders) will cure your child. For
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
The Columbia Register will be club
bed with the HERALD as follows: Weelc
ly Register and HERALD $3.60, i
weely Rtegistr and HERALD $5, Daily
Bgseand HERALD $8.75.
The eelayTeoman and HERALD at
Kendall's Treatise on theo Hors.
This valuableo book is for sale at the
Ho LD Book Store. price only 26 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
oopy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51--tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Passen.ere on b,oth :iw. up and dowt
trainis have the usual time for DINNER al
iAlston, the junction of the G. & C. R. R.
Sand the S.lU. & .R..R.
Fare well prepared, and the charge rea
sonable. MRS. M. A. ELKINS.
Oct. 9, 41-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant House, with al
vmodern improvements, is now open for 1thi
Sreception of guests.
'1 S. I4 WRIGHT &SON,
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is BRowN's IRON
BITTERS, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out FJ
disease and gives health and
This is why BROWN'S
IRON BITTERS will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
203 S. Paca St., Baltimore. tb
Nov. 28, 88:.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several fa
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger. -
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 25, 1882.
Good Ordinary..................... a
Low Middling...................... 9 a
Middling...... ............. 9Ia 9 S
Good Middling .....................a O 0
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New. ... a
Shoulders. Su--ar Cured....
Sides, C. R., l'ew...'......... a 17
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New........ 10
Sides, C. E., Nw...........?a 17
Sides, Long Clear........... a 18
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 20
Leaf. in Tierces...........18 -
Leaf, in Bucketg.......... l
Granulated Standard..... 2.4a
Coffee C................. 10 C
New Orleans............. d,
Dem4.rara........ .. -
New Orleans Syrpp, pew crop,I 00 J
New Orleans M~olawes. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 40
ALLSPICE............... ... .3
COF FE E ^
Roasted or Parched...25
Best Rio.............. 20a
Cidler Vi'.t!... ..
MEM - --.---''--.---.1251.80o
Bolted-.--.-.--.... . 18
...,...................... 5a 10 "
STAR CH....'.........,'.....'.6a 12
SFAOU Cr bL-E--......... .... .010.
PEAR, rMIb................ 4O.
CANDT . ---... .......... 2
ENGLISH SODA................. 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 26
SEA FOAM E A KING POWDER... 35
AXL~E GREASE............. .. 10
TOBACCO................... 0a 1.25 e
NATLS (10) ke --................ 4.50
ARROWTES buc....... 2 00 1:
SPLICED) ARR( TIES...:......1.26 t
RED CLOvER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per bu.............85
TIlMOTHY HAY-------............ 1 76
WHEAT, per... b....................1 15a 1 26
THE SUMTER ADVANCE,
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER,
Published at Sumter, S. C., b)y a
DAR & PAR Lr.E,
Two practical printers; the former having ~
published the first daily newspaper issued in
Columbia, over thirty years ago, being well
known by all its citizens.
THE SUMTER ADVANCE isathe best Ad.
vertising medium in the County for Mer- C~
chants and other busIness men.
Subscription only $1.50 per year.
Address DARR & PARMELEE,
Sep. 14, 3'7-tf Sumter, S. C.
I will make final settlement as Guardian
of the estate of my ward Sydney B. Aull,
on the 20th day of November, 1882, in the
Probate Court for Newberry County, and
immediately thereafter apply for final dis
charge as such Guardian.
WILLIAM B. AULL,
Oct. I'T, 1882. 42--5t.
All persons holding demands against the
estate of the late Mrs. Christina Mills are
required to have the same proved as the
law direts, to either one of the undersign
e-1, within the next thirty days; and all
persons indebted to said estate are required
so make immediate payment to the unsder
J. P. fBLA IR.
As Executors of the las' will e ni :.-ta
mer't of Mrs. thristina -dil, deceased.
Oct. 4. 1882. 40-5t.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A4 full stock of Pire Medicines, Ohemi
cals., Perfumeries, TQilet Articles, Garden
and Field, Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Ar. 11, 15-K..t
idlSIST AID NEST
Beautiful A.LBU KS, large and small.
Beautiful SCILAP BOOKS. plain and fancy.
Beautilul DESKS, all prices.
Beautiful WORK BOXES, handsome.
Beautiful-ISKSTANDS, all colors.
Beautiful PAPER WEIGHTS. unique.
LARGE LOT OF
McLAUGHLIN'S TOY BOOKS,
And a variety of other goods, making my
ock the largest and best ever exhibited in
i- If you don't see what you Want, aak
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor Herald Book Store.
Sep. 28, 39-tf.
Pulverized and in good pondition.
For sale by
A. J; McCAUGHRIN.
Oct. 19. 4 -2t.
Notice to Creditors,
The creditors of Dorcas E. Calmes, latel
ceased, are requested to present their
iims, properly nttested, to iny or to my
ttorueS, J.=s. i. 2. Gujg.a. E>l , on or
ifore the 19th day of November next.
FRED. N. CALMES,
Oct. 19, 42-St Executor.
The patrons of the undersigned are re
ectfully solicited to sell a small portion
the KING, and settle up at once. I am
uch in need of money, and know that
y patrons will relieve me.
S. F. FANT.
Sept. 28, 39-tf.
rndershirts and Drawer
Will Cire Rheumatism !
And are ninufacturrd by
~4 King St., - Charleston, 8. C.,
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
Oct. 19, 42--2m*
LAND FOR SALE.
We will sell at piblic outcry on the first
onday in November next, at Newberry
H., that tract or plantattionx of lan~d iying
Newherry Goiiaty, containg Or,e ?iQn
-ed (1(60) Acrea, tmore or less,. i.ud bound
i by [-nds of Wim. E. Welch, J. W Crouch,
yseph M1. War d an d Juo. R. Speaiiman.
Termas of' Sale C AH
JCLIA A AGNIEW.
Oct. 12, 41--4t.
07'S OHAPEST AD BEST ! .4
UNEQUALED PREMIUMS FOR 1883 !
M- The principal premium for getting up
lobs for 1888 will be a superb steel-engr aving
ize 27 inches by 20) for framing, after Mun
akay's world-renowne<d p;cture, "Christ Before
iate," for which the French Government has
ist paid 100,000 francs. No such premium was
rer offered before...s
Choice of Prelums for Getting up Clubs:
he "Christ Berore Pilate;" Photograph or
Quarto Album; Extra Copy of Mgazine
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ioney and combines greater merits, than any
ther. Its immense circulation and long-estab
shed reputation enabfes its proprietor to dis
tnce all competition. In short it has the
EST STEEL ENGRAVINGS,
BEST COLORED FASH IONS.
BEST DRESS PAT fERNS,
BEST WORK-TABLE rATTrERNS,
BEST ORIGINA L STORIES.
The stories, novelets, &c., in "Peterson" are
dmitted to be the best published. All the most
opal r female writers contribute to it. In
383, about 100 original stories will be given,
nd in addition Six COPYRIGHT NovaErEs, by
~nn S. Stephens, Frank Lee Benedict, Jane G.
unstin, "Josiah Allen's Wife,'' etc. A special
r of "Peterson,'' as a lady's book, is its splen
idly illustrated articles, and especially its
COLORED STEEL F&SHION PLATES
ngraved on steel, TWICE TEE sIEE OP AL
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a short everything interesting to ladies.
TEEMs (Always in Advance) $2.00 A EA a.
Mr Unparalleled Offers to Clubt. 40
2 Copies for 3.50; 3 Copies for $4.00; With
he unparalleled steel-engraving, "Clarist Be
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TORIAL, or QUARTo ALBUX, for getting up the
4 Copies for 86.50; 6 Copies for $9.00 ; with
n extra copy of the Magazine for 1883, as a
'remium, to the person teing up the Club.
5 Copies for 88.00; 7 (opes for $10.50; with
oth an extra copy ef the Magazine for 1883,
uad the large steel-engraving, or either of the
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11 Specimens sent gratis, if written for, to
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~RAND (JENTRIL IIOTEL,
(Formnerly the Wheeler House,)
COLUMBIA, S. C.
EEFUlRNISliED AND REFITTED.
TERMS, $2,00 TO $3.00 PER DAY,
JOHN Te WILLEY, Propriet'r.
NEWI YORK SHiOPPINEs
Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
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Address MES. ELLEN LAMAR,
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Nov. 24, 48-tf.
STATE OF SOTTIT r\IKLTN \.
COUNTY OF' NEWBERRL
IN (0MMON P12 "S.
James B. Clary, Adm'r.. v. S.n1'l R. R eed
er and sh"',
By ordPr of the Cmrr, I vill sell, :t ph
lie outecay, before rhe. (rir: !it.-:<e a;\'
berry, on the First Mo:dat in Nov '.her,
1882, all :h r -at .a p1l- . " - - ." and
si;uate in te Counr of New%berry and
State of South t.arolina, contai:ing Tiree
Hundred r..l Thirt%-s-v i, tere.i. - ; or
iess, known as the F&roA Tr.er,' And
hounded by lands of E<izah.th A. lia ins
and other I=nds of the estate of F If If g
gns and others.
TE aMs-I}.e purchaser wi,l be required
to pay in cash one-h.Jlf of the purch -se
money, and to secure the balanc', Tp : a tle
at twelve months, with i tt:e iis n he
day of :ale, by a bond and nort,:ag, the
property sold. and to pay for conv-v. ce.
. SILAS JOHNSTONE, Ma.r.
Master's Office, 2 Oct., 1882 40-5t
STATE OF SOUTh CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Thos. M. Lake vs. Jordan P. Pool.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
in the above stated case, I a ill :eli, at
Newberry Court House, on the First Mon
day (Sale day) in November next, within
the legal hours of sale, at public outcry,
to the highest bidder, all that House and
Lot, situate in the Town of Newberry, con:
'aining One-half Acre, more or less, and
bounded on the South by Johnstone Street,
West by lot of Mrs. D. W. T. Ki'.ler and
North by Friend Street, now occupied by
Dr. E. C. Jones.
I will also sell, at the same time and
place, one other House and Lot, situate in
the Town of Newberry, containing One
half Acre. n,ore or less, and bounded on
the West by lot above described, on the
North by Friend Street, East by Holman
Street, and South by Johnstone Street.
Levied on as the property of/Jordan P.
TERMs-All cash. Purchser to pay for
papers. P. B. WR LER, S N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Oct. -h, 1882. 42-St
STATE OF SdTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
David Johnson, as Proba:e Judge, vs. Sallie
L. Phifer and David R. Phifer.
In obedience to an order for foreclosure
passed herein by his Honor P. C. !ressly,
Circuit Judge, ca 16th 'ebruary, 1882, 1
will dell. it Newherry Court Innse. r.n the
First Monday (Sal-.d + ) in N' .e:e: t:- 1ext,
at public outcry, to~ the highest bidder,
within the legal hours of sale, all that tract
or plantation ol land, situ.ate, lying and b.e:
ing in Newberry County any State afore
said, containing Two Hundred and Fifty
three Aeres, more or less, and honnde'f by
lands of Baruch Duncan, John Rice, J. L.
Phifer and Absolam Shell.
Terms of sale as set forth in said Qrder
are as follows, to wit : One:third cash, bal
ance to be paid in two equal annual insta!.
met.ts of one and two years with interest
therean from day of sale,-and upon default
being made in the payment of eithPr of the
instalments of the cred:t portion a resale at
the risk of the former purchaser shall take
place at -suph tima as the plaintiff herein
may indicate. Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Oct. 11, 1882. 41-4t
Wholesale and Retail
DR UG GIST.
I would respectfully call the attenfton of
my friends and patrons to my complete
'imJ TOILET 1RIJLES,
Having the largest stock in the County
and selling at very close prices I ask a call
and examination of my large stock.
I would also call the attention of the
medical profession and public to ny Pre
scription Departmer.t, which is under the
supervision of Mr. J. GARDNER, a thor
ougb Pharmacist. We make a specialty ol
dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions at rea
Aug. 31, 35--tf.
Columbia & Greenville R. R
South Carolina Agricultura]
and Meehanical Association,
At COL UMBIA, S. C.,
NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16 and 17, 1882
The following rates of fare for Ronn
Trip will be operated by this Company.
TICKETS on sale 13th, 14th, 1.5th ani
16th. Good to 20th, viz.:
ROUND TRIP--BETWEEN~ coLUMBIA AND
Frost's Mills, $0 50 Pelzer, $3
Montgomery's, 90.Piedmnont, 3
Bookmnan's, 1 00 Golden Grove, 40
Littleton, 1 10 Greenville, 4
Wallaceville, 1 50 Anderson, 3'5
Alston, 1 50 Pendleton, -4
Peake, 1 50 Perryville, 4
Hope's, 1 5u Seneca City, 4
Pomnaria., 1 .50i Walhalla, 4'5
Prosperity, 1 50'Jalapa, 1 a
Nebrr, 1 50j Martin's, 2(
Helena, 1 50 Cinton, 2(
Silver Street, 1 6i0 Park's T. 0., 2
Saluda Old Town,I 75lLaurens, 2
Chappell's, 1 95' Strother's, 1
Dyson's, 2 10|Blair's, 1
Nmnety-Six, 2 25 Lyles Ford, 1
New Market, 2 45' Shelton, 1.i
Greenwood, 2 50IFish Dam, 1 !
Hodges', 2 80 Santuc, 1
Abbeville, 3 20!Union, 1
Donnald's, 3 10IJonesville, 2
Honea. Path, 3 25'Pacolet 2
Jielton, 3 50j Cedar Spig, 2
Williamston, 3 70 Spartanbr, 2
All articles in tended for exhibition (ra<
horses excepted) wil.l be transported free.
Prepay Freight at shipping point, at
upon presentation of receipted Freight Bi
and Certificate of Secretary of Fair Ass
ciation that the article has been exhibite
money will be refunded.
For farther information, address
Ass't Gen'lFreight and Pass'r Agent,
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
J. H. DRA KE, Acting Gen'1 Freight A1
Oct. 12, 41-6t.
T.e lar -. ,riporter. , Foreign Fruits in -e
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Oct. 19, 41-6-1.
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Oct. 5, 4--1m.
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soLE AGENTS FOR AMER:|CA. Jun.85,23-ly
Scire Facias on Recogni-'
STAT OFSOUTH CAROLINA, i
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
STATE OF SOUTH GAROLINA.
To all and singular the Sheriffs of the said i
Whereas, .John P. Satterwhite, Kittie C
Satt.erwhite and J. Franklin Wheeler, lately
entered into Recognizance, to wit: on the C
sixth day ci May, A. D. 1881, in the sum
of one thousand dollars, conditioned that
the said John P. Batterwbite would appear I
at the Court of General Sessions, for the -
County of Newbeiry, at New berry Court
House, the usual place of judicature, on
the first Monday in Jun;e, A. D). ]881, then
and there to abide the judgment ot the Su.
preime Cour:, of this state upon his (zhe a
said John P. Satterwhite's) appeal, aid not L
to depart without leave of- said Court,
which said Recognizance has. not been' dis
charged. And now it is said that the said g
Recogni.zance has been forfeited, for that
the said John P. Satterwhite failed to ap
pea'r as therein bound to do.
These are, therefore, to command you in
the name of the State, that you summon h
the said John P. Batterwhite, Kittle Satte.r- L
white and J. Franklin Wheeler, persoually
to be aid appear before the Court of Gene
ral S'essions, to be holden on the first Moo
day after the fourth Monday in October
next, at Newberry Court House, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said Re
cognizance should not be estreated and ad
judged to he forfeited, Judgment be con
t irmied and execution issued against themi,
0usan othe Act of the General Assem- .
0bly in that case made and provided.
0Witness, E. P. Chalmers, Esq., Clerk of the -
0 said Court, at Newberry Court House,
the nineteenth day of September, in
S[r.. s.] the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-two, and
in the one hundred and seventh year
5 of the Sovereignty and Indei.endence
0 of the United States of America. o
0 D. R. DUNCAN, Solicitor.
~o E. P. CH ALMERS, Clerk.
STo the above named John P. Satterwhite h
~oand Kittic Satterwhite.
Take notice that the Scire Facias as aboves
set forth, was filedi in the office of the Clerk Pt
of the Court of General Sessions for New
tberry County, State of South Carolina, on
the 20th day of September, A. D. 1882.
. , D. R. DUNCAN, Solicitor.
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