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:"THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1882.
Dmzx To Naw ADn&aTzsEXENTS.
Godev's Lady's Book.
Mann & Co.-Patents.
- J. B. Reagin-For Sale.
J. .. Fair-Town Taxes.
George E. Lemon-Patents.
D.B. Wheeler-Sherif's Sales.
Silas Johnstone-Master's Sales.
D. C. Flynn-Tne Election is Over.
J. Z Salter-Photography Continued.
McFall & Satterwhite-Our Time Next.
G. W. Seun-N->tice of Final Setlement.
H..S. Boozer-Notice to School Trustees.
Fant & HeWhirter-Clark's Patent Flour.
W. 0. Goree-Five Large Young Mules for
Sale.
Elizabeth S. Herbert-Land to Highest
Bidder.
M. P., N. V. and R. G. Lake-Valuable
Land for Sale.
Jacob M. Wheeler and D:lel B. Wheeler
-Executors' Sale.
Deaths.
A ctiild of Robt. Seymour died last
week from whooping cough.
Mrs. Fanny Conkle, wife of Wesley
Conkle. died last week, aged 22.
Mr. Jotn P. Kinard lost a daughter,
five years of age, Monday. 12th, near
Jolly Street.
Mrs. Ada Gay, third daughter of Mr.
Win. McGraw, of this County, died in
Augusta, the 30th ult., of heart disease.
She was 35 years of age.
rr. Birdy Cromer, living about six
miles below Prosperity, drouped dead
on Tbisday last. He was an old man,
and apparently in good health.
Mr. Henry Werts, one of our oldest
and most respected citizens, departed
this transitory life on Wednesday, Nov.
8th. at his residence near St. Paul's
Church. Thus ripe in years, at the age
of 89, he has laid down to rest.
Use Pelham's Pectoral Syrup for
Coughs and Colds. 46-2
Relgious.
The Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh will
will preach at Beth Eden Church. next
Sunday, the 19th inst. He will preach
at St. Matthew's church the 26th.
If yos will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Chill Cure yqu will shake no more. 35tf
Excursion.
A special train wRIl leave this Depot
at 7.16 this morning, for the benefit of
Fair goers, leaving .Columbia on the re
trn at 6 o'clock.
It has received the praises of the pub
What? Pelham's Pectoral Syrup.
46-2
<Sudden Death.
Ttiesday morning, 7th, while picking
on Mr. Thos. Lake's place, Josh
Wright. colored, fell dead. He had
nt returned from voting.
The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
ant's Calasaya Bark and iron. Try
35-tf
Our Monthly.
Fresh. crisp, interesting and very
$eadable comes to our sanctum the Oc
Lober number of Our Mon//dy. It is al
ways welcome, and should be in every
household.
Large bottle, pleasant to the taste,
and worth the money, Pelbam's Pecto
Thanks.
Mr. E. L. Roebe, Secretary of the
Agricultural Society of South Carolina,
will accept our thanks for a card of in
vitation to the Industrial Exhibition,
which takes place in Charleston, Nov.
21st to Dec. 16th.
Fant's Female Regulator cures all dis
eases peculiar to females. 35f
Readings and Recitations.
A eharmed audience greeted Miss
Lulie C. Bigbie on Thursday night last
a.t the Opera House. Her Readings
and Recitations were well selected, and
aswe1l rendered, delighting her hear
ers. This much we have from others,
suot being able to attend ourselves.
Remsoval.
The Insurance Office of Glenn & Pool
has been removed to the rear of the
store of Mr. S. S, Langford, where all
~business will be hereafter transacted.
45--2:. ______
D. C. Fiynn.
Observe the advertisement of this
gentlemano, and yet it is hardly neces
sary to call attention to a card so con.
spicuous in size. It points a moral and
adorns a tale, as in a plain way it tells
you from 40 to 50 per cent can be saved
bt purchasing goods from him-a con
siderable item. Read, pause and re
flect.
Avoid noxious nostrums, and use
?lham's Pectoral Syrup, an elegant
eutical product for Coughs,
ness, &c. 46-2
Thanksgiving Day. -
Very appropriately an d right comes
the proclamation of our esteemed Gov
ernor, calling on the people of this high
y favored commonwealth to assemble
together in their different places of wor
ship on Thursday, the 30th of Novem
ber to-give homage and thanks to Al
zighty' God for the manifold tokens of
-His loving favor.
AnExplanationi.
The delicate, flowery and lating fra
gance of Floreston Cologne explain why
i is such a favorite with the ladies.
Personal.
-Mr. G. B. Werber has gone to Savan
giah, with Roach & Roac,h, wholesale
grocees.
Miss Maggie Aiken, of Winnsboro, is
7on a visit to N~ewberry, the guest of
SRev. R. D. Smart.
Mr. W. P. Houseal, of the Visitor,
rturned from Charleston Tuesday. He
reports a splendid time.
County Fair.
Our County Fair comes off next week,
eenmencing Wednesday 22d an-d will
continue for three days. and we -w
no '/ >abt our people are prepared
the occasion. Let the attendance be
large, and the exhibits many, so that
the Fair may be a credit to the County.
We suppose that a programme will be
issued, but have seen or beard of none
as yet.
Why Should They.
No man or woman can do satisfac:ory
work when the brain is dull, the nerves
unsteady, the system relaxed and they feel
generaly wretched. Why should anybody
.ag through their work in this condition,
when a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic wil
ar moderate cost give them the strength
;and will to prfos .their duties satisfactori
ly --Ed.
Reports of the Boards of the Commis.
sioners of Election for Newberry Coun
tl.
Governor-Thompson ..................1789
McLane.................... 544
Thompson's majority ...............124
Lieutenant-Governor-Sheppard........ 178
White........... 544
Sheppard's majority..................241
Secretary of State-Lipscomb...... ....1641
Baskins............. 231
Lipscomb's majority ................ .1410
Attorney-General-Miles.... ............1649
Farmez ............ 231
Treasurer-Richardson .. .............1612
Stanton. 231
Comptroller-General-Stonry........... 1642
Corey............ 231
Superintendent of Education-Coward..1642
Durham.. 231
Adjt. and Ins. General-Maniiulr.....1642
DeJough...... 231
School Commissioner-Boyd......... 1655
County Commissioners-Livingston ....1654
Smith .........1653
Epring ........1654
Proba te Judge-Fellers......... ...:...1653
Coro ner-Longsbore .................... 827
Representatives-Hardy ................1629
Siigh .................1603
Johnstone. .....1457
Constitutional Amendment Relatin,g to
Disqualification of Electors-Yes......1575
No... .... .. ................None
Constitutional Amendment Relating to
Time of Holding Elections-Yes......1599
No......... .................. 3
Constitutional Amendment Relating to
New Counties........................ 347
No.. ........ .. 1224
JAMES Y. CULBR?ATH,
GEORGE S. MOWER,
JAMES DEWALT,
Commissioners of State Election.
Total number of votes cast for Congress
man, 2,710.
Precinct. Aiken. Russell.
Newberry...................485 141
Gibson's Store..............126 40
Gtymphville................. 87 37
Longshore's.................168
Maybinton................... 87 109
alapa....................... 97 7
Williams' Store .......... 88
Dead Fall........,...........150 132
Pomaria................. 92 90
Cromer's....................165 88
Jolly Street..................146
Prosperity,..................343
2054 656
Aiken's majority............1398.
G. G. SALE,
JAS. K. 2. GOGGANS,
THOS. D:VIS.
Commissioners of Federal Election.
Why is Pelham's Pectoral Syrup like
the Democracy of 1882? Answer. Be
cause it always leads by a large major
ity. ~ Y:
Big Potato.
Mr. John A. Kinard is the boss pota
to raiser, he having brought in one of
enormous sipe, weighing ten pounds.
It looks as if it might be a huge chunk
from off Bald Mountain. If we succeed
in masticating this enormity Mr. K.
shall bear from us.
And Capt. A. P. Davis brought in
some potatoes last week that were real
Jumbos. One of them weighed eight
pounds.
Unfortunate Accident.
Two colored men, Calvin Gary and
Tom Griffith, while engaged in blast
ing rock in a well on Dr. Thos. C.
Brown's place, Tuesday afternoon, suf
fered by the premature explosion of the
blast. Calvin (ary is badly disfigured
in the face and it is Jeared will lose his
sight, while Griff th was wAU.nipd in
both hands, and will lose one 4inger.
The former passed tbe HEAna.n office
yesterday and presented a ghastly ight.
Special Premium.
Attention ladies, and make ready for
Messrs. Jno. M. Clark Sons of Augus
ta's premium of a Barrel of Clark's Pa
tent Flour, offered at the Newberry
Coaty k'air for the best loaf of Bread.
ne oger is mr.cl grongh Messrs. Fant
& McWhtirter, who wiii pree. it to
the lucky fair one, in the fairest man
nr, at the close of the Fair. We ap
prehend no difticulty, although all of
our good housewives are noted for their
breadmking.
It is said that Felamp's Drug Store is
being rapidly filled with the largest and
most unique line of Fancy Goods. Co
logne, Blair Brushes, Toilet Articles,
Fint Lamps, Wines, Brandies, Cigars,
&c., that has ever been brought to New
berry. It will doubtless repay a visit
to the Drug Emporium. 46-2
Lutheran.
St. Philip's, Rev. H. S. Wingar4's
charge. in Newberry County. was 3edi
cated on the 5th with appropriate ser
vices. Rev. Dr. Steck, preaching on
"Church Love," from the 137th Ps.. 5th
and 6th verses. All the indebtedness
on the building has been paid.
Rev. Z. WV. Beenbaugh has received
a call from the Beth Eden pastorate,
but it is not known whether he will ac~
Rev. C. P. Boozer his been chosen to
serve the Lexington pastorate, but has
declined.
Best errxade, Emory's Little Cathart'c
Pills, pleasanit to teJre, sugar-coated;.no
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Draggist5
or by mail. Standard Cure Go,. 14 N.assan
street, New York. Jain. 1, 22,-25.
" The Week ot Prayer."
Began with a Consecration Service
in te Hall of the Y. M. C. A. on Sun.
day morning, at 8 o'clock, and was con
ducted by J. S. Car wile. At night Rev.
R. D. Smart preached in the Baptist
Church, from the text. "He that wmn
ueth souls is wise." G. G. Sale, Esq.,
gave a statement of the Work of the
International Committee, after sijih a
collection was raised amounting to $13,.
80, for the use of that Committee.
Monday night, Prayer Meeting service
at the Hall, led by J. FE. Chapman
Tuesday night, similar service, conduct'
ed by James Packer, Esq. The Thurs
day and Friday evening's meetings wil
be for Prayer and Praise service, and
all persons are aordially invited to at
In all ages discoveries have been madi
which at the time were not appreciated
This is eminently true of the great vege
table Specific S. S. 5, which has neve:
>een known to fail to cure the worst cas4
of Scrof ala. The action of the remedy i
simple and perfect. Eradicates the diseasd
by renewing and purying the blood. Price
SL.00 and $1.75 per bottle.
Dr. Moffett's Teothina (Teething
Powders) will cure your child. Foi
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
chants: 50-1ly
Malara Chi:ls and Fever, and Bilions at
sttively cured with Emory's Stan
dar. Pills-an infallible remedy: nev
er - cure the most obstinate. long
stndng. ete Quinine aind all oth
xressy for mnalarious section,ndob
boxes, tw kinds of Pills, containng
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. suga?
oatedi.'contains no Quinine or Mercury
auiz noegripig oe purgig te ae
and harless in all cases; they effectua11
leans't the sstem, and give new life an<
tone to. the bd.As a household remeda
the~ are uneqaed. For L iver Complamn
their equal Is not known; one box will hay
a w</u'derul effect on the worst case. The
are ed and prescribed by Physicians, an
olby Druggists everywhere, or sent b
ma S, 2s and 5o cent boxes. Emory's Litt
Cattiartic Pills, best ever made, only I
COAts. rStandard Cure Co., 114 Nassau Streel
i.or.... Jun. 1,22--sm.
To Backward Subscribers and Advertisers.
It is useless to mince matters any fur
ther, we have asked in as delicate a
way as possible for remittances for past
due indebtedness, both for subscriptions
and advertisements, and but a few re
sponses have been made. Each one
indebted thinks the amount is so small ,
that we can afford to wait for it. The
amounts individually are small, and if
there were but one or two, or even a
dozen or two, we might well afford to
wait until the wheel of fortune turned
toward us, and the debtor felt it time to
remember the printer, but the number
is large. and the aggregate amount is
lar;e, a considerable item to the pub
lisher who has been buying the white
paper to print on, and paying the prin
ters all the long, dull Spring, Summer
and Fall. All of these subscriptions, or;
nearly all, were had on the promise to
pay as soon as cotton was made, and
now that it is made, and a large crop
too, the publisher is not remembered so I
far as paying him is concerned. The
cry is that liens must be paid, true, so
they must, and we consider our claim
of two or more dollars as sacred and
binding as a lien. We have given our
readers more in value for the amount
due than any other class of their credit
ors, more in labor and brains, and we
therefore ask again that when you come
to town with a wagon load of cotton,
piled up until it is ready to topple over,
that the small amount due the printer
and publisher of the HERALD be paid
over to him. Do you read, do you un
derstand. We cannot live without
money, can't print a single number of
the HERAW without money, and our
weekly expenses are heavy, and the
money must come for all this. Again,
it is not much to each of you, but much
to us. This is the last appeal made,
and after the first of January, our books
will be revised and every mother's son
in arrears without good excuse will be
struck off and his account handed to an
officer for collection. We can't wait
always.
"Remember the Ides of 'November,"
was a Latin injunction; but Iemember,
is the modern.phrase that many dollars
are saved by buying Drugs, Medicines,
Toilet Articles, &c., of Pelham, the
Druggist. 46-2
Visitors to Columbia
Will of course be on the look out for
the prettiest, most seasonable and cheap
est goods, and to all such we advise a
call,
If a fashionable and well cut suit of
clothes are needed, on W. C. Swaffield,
the eminent and popular cutter and
clothier. If any one can suit you he
can;
A call on M. L. Kinard, who keeps
an immense s;oc of ready-made cloth
ing, will be in order. His stock is
large, and elegant, and cheap;
W. J. Young, in dry and faney goods,
will show visitors a large and varied
stock of goods in every variety, quality
and price;
By all means fail pot in calling on C,
F. Jackson. at the same old place, but
not the same old stock. He has a beau
tiful assortment of new goods;
And then after running around until
yon are weary and sick, call on our old
familiar friend Dr. E. E. Jackson, and
ho will set you up all right, or we know
not the man.
VIarious and all About.
Bring in your wood.
Fine weather and cool.
The dust is almost unbearable.
The election is over, and the Dem
ocracy is safe.
Tbe country roads are in a summer
condition, bard and level.
It is said Lbat Sam Lee will contest
Mackey's seat hi Congress.
The hunter with his little gun is now
prmitted to go for game.
Fi ge hundred colored men voted the
Democratic ticket in Columbia.
A true strengthening medicine and
health renewer is Jgrown's Iron Bit
ters.
What will McLane do about it. By
the eternal the cbance.s are very slim
for him.
Mr. J. E Chapman has purchased
the plantation of Mrs. Campbell, near
Jaap..
Littleton Davenport diedl the 1.1th,
and .James Edwards yesterday-botli
colored.
Wonder if that monster potato put
aside for the editor has been overlooked.
We are still lookin'g for it.
Snbse,riptions taken at this office all
the way up from three nipntjhs to one
ear. Do not forget this.
The exhibits of machinery at the
State Fair is the Targest and finest ever
before seen in this country.
Mr. R. G. Ladson, of Charleston, has
a place among the cotton buyers in the
olce of Mr. J. R. Mathewes.
The Lutheran Synod of South~ .Caro
lina and adjacent States will hold its
next annual session at Fomaria.
The exhibits in Stationery at the
HERALD Book Store were never better
than now. Call and examine them.
Died, in No. 8, Moon's Township, on
Sunday the 11th, Herbert Moon, color
ed, aged 22 years, the son of Richard
Moon.
So dry has the weather been for a
month or more that many wells in this
County afford but little water, while a
few are dry.
A lady in Anderson has on exhibition
at the State Fair two hundred articles.
She will have plated ware sufficient for
her entire family.
We record with pleasure the marriage
of Burr B,aines t.o Margaret Harris.
The rite was performed: on Sunday
night last by Rev. Turpm.
Should it rain during the Fair and
your boots leak step in to Kinard's
Clothing Store and get a new pair, and
at the same time treat yourself to a new
hat.
The largest assortment of Toy Books
ever seen in AJewberr'y can be found at
the HE.RAL Book Store. Besides many
other articles to suit little folks as well
as big ones.
A good chance is offered for the pur
chase of five fine young mules by Mr.
W. 0. Goree. Farmers or othets in
need of go.od stock would do well to
see these muies.
The good time for boys and girls is
rapidly approaching. Kris Kringle,
reotdgone up the spout, is alive and
wrighis way down South, and will
arrive on time.
The meat question, when it gets to
17 1-2 cents a pound is important to
consider. Why don't our farmers raise
sufficient for their own use. It is just
sesyto do as not.
Toe tidings of the election rs the,
flash over the wires are like a cyclone
We are indebted to our esteeme<
friend Dr..S. F. Fant, the first in war
the firt in peace. and the first in tb
hearts of his countrymen. for the dis
covery that money is very scarce.
Will the kind, but wayward readet
who is indebted to the HEJ.U.D, pleasE
read and digest the paragraph in ano
ther place which refers to the subject o
indebtedness. Do so, and don't forgel
it.
Do not forget that .Joh Printing ii
still exeuted at the HERALD offie, sue!
as Bil and Letter Heads. Circulars,
Cards. Programmes, &c. Have von
printing done at this office, cheap fox
cash.
Never try to raise a family without a
good newspaper, provided it contains
the advertisement of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup; for this valuable medicine is
necesary to keep your children in good
health.
Warning is given of the approaching
cold wave. It is coming sure, so be
prepared good people. with fire wood,
blankets, shawls and overcoats, to with
stand its cold embrace. Wanted at this
office several cords of wood.
The show cases of Mr. Koppel look
beautiful in the display of French Can
dies. The assortment is perfectly be
wildering, and rich beyond description.
His stock of groceries and canned goods
is also fine and large. Christmas must
surely be coming.
Save up your nickels, ye little folks,
to buy some of those beautiful Christmas
and New Year's Cards which will soon
be exhibited at the HERALD Book Store.
Save also for the lovely Toy Boo and
other things, of which there will be
oodles and no mistake.
Locomotive whistles are a nuisance.
One afternoon this week we tried to
get a few drops of .udge Wallace's elo
quence, when just as a sentence was
being rounded, the dreadful screech of
one of the many engines at the depot
would knock it all into a bear. It was
too bad.
.lilisceUanaeous.
No Whiskey!
BROWN'S IRON BimRs
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com,
posed mosly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire'
for rum.
BROWN'S IRON BrrrERs
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the dejre for
whiskey and other intoxi
cating beverages.
Rev. G.W. RICE, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Bitters:
Cin.,O., Nov. i6, z88;
Gons:-The foolish west
ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your pr 'rton a necessity;
and'i applied, will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness,weakness,debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
~uralgia, consumption,
e'complaiuts, kid4ey
troubles, &c., and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relief.
JAMEs Y. CULBEEATH.IjW. ERNEsT MERCHANT
CLBREATH a MERCHANT,
Attorneys - at - Law,
14EWBE R RY, S. C.
gg Will practice in the State andi Fed
ral Courts. Aug. 10, s2-8en.
W ANTED,
A. School large enough to justify two
ladies who will teach English branches,
La, Music on Piano, Organ and Guitar,
Kindergarten System, Calisthenics and
Fancy Work.
For furtber informnation, io3quire at
HERALD OFFICE.
Sept. 28, 39-tf.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By permission of th'e Judge of Probate
fjr the County aforesaid, we will sell, be
fore the Court House at Newberry, at pub
liegatory, on the First Mondby in Decemn
ber, 1882, the Real Estate of David Kibler
deceased, (not otherwise dispose d of by th4
will of said deceased,) in lots and parcell
as indicated by plats to be exhibited on th<
day of sale.
TRMis-The purchaser will be require(
to pay one-half of the purchase money ii
cash, and to secure the balance payable a
twelve months with interest from day c
sale, by bond and mortgage of~ <bI pri5.s
with leave to pay all cash. Purchaser
pay for conveyances.
Plats of the lands to be sold may be. vrei
prior to d..y of sale at the office of Fred
Wer .er, Jr., at New berry C. H.
- D. W. T. KIBLER, Ex'or.
R. W. KIBLER, Ex'tx.
Nov. 9, 45-4t.
- IRON,
Pure Hammered Swede's Iron.
Bess Befined Tire Irou, I to 2 inches.
Band, Hoop, Round, Square and ovi
Irons, in full stock, at lowest market pricel
BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE.
No. 2 Mower's New Block.
I Can Tell You How to B
Your Own Doctor !
If you have a bad taste in your moutl
sallowness or yellow color of skin, feel di
spondent. stupid and drowsy. appetite m
steady, frequent headache or dizziness, yo
are "bilious." Nothing will arouse you
Liver to act on and strengthen up your sy:
tem equal to
SIMMONS'
HEPATIC
COMPOUNC
Or Liver and Kidney Cure.
REMOVES CONSTIPATION.
RELIEVES DIZZINESS.
DISPELS SICK HEADACHE
ABOLISHES BILIOUSNESS.
CURES JAUNDICE.
CURES LIVERCOMPLAINT
OVERCOMES MALARIAL BLOOD PoTSONIN.
REGULATES THE STOMACH.
WILL REGULATE TIlE LIVER.
WILL REGULATE THE BOWELS
THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS
Can be kept perfectly healthy in any cli
mate by taking an occasional dose of
SIMlONS' IIEPATIC COMPOUND,
THE GREAT VEGET 3BLE
LIVER AND KIDNEY MEDICINE.
DOWIE & MOISE,
PROPRIETORS,
WHOLESALE DRUCCISTS
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. 4W
Nov. 2, 44--1y.
The .a: superiority of DR.
BUL .L'S COUGH SYRUP over
all oth:ercough remedies is attested
by the immense popular demand
for that old established remedy.
S U
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron
chit.:,, pn og,Id:.n
Consumption and for the relief of
consum:-tive persons in advanced
V" 1
Commercial.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov. 15, 1882.
Ordinary...... .................... a
Good Ordinary..................... a
Low Middling...................... 5a 9
Middling..................... 9a 9
Good Middling .................. a
Good demand.
Newberry Prices Current.
CORRECTED WEKLY
By J. N. MARTIN & CO
BACO
Shoulders, Pri;pe Nisw.,. a
Shoulders, Swsar Cured...
Sides, C. R., few............ a 16
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New......... 10
Sides, C. R., New........... a 15
Sides, Long Clear........... a 5
Uncanvassed llams......... 13
Canvassed Hams, (Mago-!ia: 20
LARD
Lear. in Tierces.......... S1
Leaf, ii. Pu'zker........... 18
SUGAR
Powdered.......... ......1a
Crushed................ 1:i
Gra::u!at,- :1wed-.rd. ...
Extra C................. 11
Coffee C................ 10
Yellow................... 10
New Orieax.s..... ......... 10
De:nzar:.ra..............
MOLASSES
New Orleans Syrup, new crcp, 9)
Nt w Orleanus Mlelas.ee. 50
Sugar H ouse Molass-s. 40
TEA
Gpow4er.........m.. 1
Young Bysos...............0
ALLSPICE................ 25
PEPPER........................25.
COFFE E
Roasted or Parche-d... 2
B--stltiO..............:v
Gooid !Rio.............lIda20J
VINEGAR
Cider Vinegar.......5
White WVine Vinegar.. 65
CORN
Tennessee.............. 1.J.80
MEA
Unbulted................ 1.35
ARLEY...................--- 1.50
OAP.......................... Sa 10
STARCH....................-- a 12
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl......... ....... 8.0010.03
CANDY .................2
CONCENTRATED LYE.......... 0
ENGLISH SODA. . .......1
HORSFORD'S BAKINGTODR2
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
ALE GREASE............. .. 10
TOBACCO................... 60a 1.2i
NAILS (10) ker.. ...............4.50
BAGGING-Heavy. ................... 11a
ARROW TIES.per bunch........ 2 00
SPLCEDARRW 0E3.........1 25
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per tu............ 35a
TIOT HY H AY.................... 1 7
WHEAT, per bu.............1 15a 1 2
A SPLENDID CJHANCI
FOR PRINTERS.
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
NOT TO BE THROWN AWAY
A Complete Job Off.ce
FOR SALE
LOW FOR CASH.
A very little money can now buy a com
plee Job Printing Establishment, consis1
ing of 1 Half,Medium Gordon Press, 1 Quai
ter Liberty (or Degener & Weiler), wit
mols, stocks, &c., 2 Paper Cutters, Cab
nets, Imposing Stone, 28 pairs of Cases,
Job Cases, 2 Iron Patent Stands, with Rack~
and Galley Rest, 2 Wooden Stands, wit
Racks, 13 Galleys, Sticks, Rules, Leadt
Furniture, Display Cuts, Circles. In add
ton there are eighty-three fonts of Jo
IType, and sufficient body type, of Lon
Primer, Brevier and Nonpareil, to get up
newspaper.
Muny other articles not enumerated
his catalogue,
i1e enthie m~ate-rial has only been in us
fr o-.e venr.
Can tie ti.ught at less than half cost.
Apply at once at tbe
HER ALD OFFICE.
Nov. 9, 45-2m.
NOTICE.
I will raake final settlement as Guardis
of the .estete of emy ward Sydpey B. 4u1
op the- 0thIay of November, 1882, in t
Probate Court f~or Newberry County, at
immediately thereafter apply for final dl
ch.trge as such Gnardian.
WILLIAM B. AUTLL,
Guardian.
Oct. 17 1882 42--5t.
e Dp"y goods aniY .a1 'liualn.
r.-AT 'til -
EXCELSIOR
0
DRY GOODS
EMPORIUMc
F
-OF
We take great pleasure in informing our com
friends and the public generaliy. t.sat we
are prepared this season TO EXHIBIl' A pers
LARGER AND MORE ATtRACT!VE'
STOCK OF Hott
DRY COODS
Than we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE, al
though every day we are making new ad
ditions which will be kept up through the -
season.
Prints,
iinghiamo,
Linseys,
Plaids and Stripes,
Cambrics,
Linings,
Shirtings,
Tickings,
Bleachings,
Sheetings, nish
R.'d Flann.-ia,
Whit.- Flannels,
Opera Flannels,
Cotton Flannels,
Jeans,
Tweeds,
Caseimeres,
Suitings, -
Sackings, C
Repellants,
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Cashmeres,
Alpacas,
Serge,
Black Pluah,
Colored Plush=
Black Velvets,
Colored Velvets,
Black Velvetcrna
Col:,:c.! Wh:. c
Crape Veilings, A
Black Dress Silk,
Black Triutning Silk,
Colored Trimming Silk, -
Black Brocade Silk,
Colored Brocade S:l ,
Black Satin,
Colored Satin,
Buttons,
Corsets,
Hosiery,
Gloves,
"eandkerchiefs, &c.
We invite special attention to our
Gents' Furnishing Department,
which is now complete.
Polite and courteous attention given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not. my
..When visiting the City don't fail tg ga11 QtQ
and see us
BEN.S il\ NB & CO.l
Cloting. P
PJ
To Gentlemen and Youths
Who Would Make
A Good Appearance.
and
I would state to those who want Itice fi-a
tiDe mied
CLOTHES,og
disp
That I have in stock the most choice selec- sona
lion of
WOOLEN COODS A
ever seen in this city. My aon, who has ST.a
been cutting at one of the first custom
houses in Ne.w York, is with me, and with
my foceman, Mr. Hagg, will be able to I
please the most fastidious of my customers.
Will also wake to order Dress Shirts, Un
dershirts and Drawers. It costs nothing
to call and see Na
sell
SWAFFIED, ta
War
COLUMBIA, S. C. situe
Oct. 12, 41-tf- cont
~ Rus
0
For the Next Sixty Days -
WE WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES G
In all Our Lines of' i
]Nferchandise. be:c
Our Bargain Table tie
Contains several hundred pieces of C LOTH- -.
ING and other goods which will be Q
Sold Without Regard to Costs.
- oft.1
- Our Large Stock of' on
FURINISHIINEIGEIU818, S.
S(WITH 8HIRTS A SEILY) -
. s offered at prices that cannot fail to
b please. tt
We have in each of our lines some ODDS of tl
aAND ENDS which we are determined to the
SELL OR GIVE AWAY. i'i
GOOD BARGAINS await any who can ese
these goods.
Come and see us, and we will tell you
why we are selling so cheap.
dec
AWANTED, -
Sposition as Assistant Teacher, or Prin
espl of.a Free School, by a lady holding
First Grade Certificate. Inquire as
HEALD OFFICE. sal
-Sept. 28, 39-tf.
116
Lhe Crob
A LARGE THREE STO
aly Hotel with Elect,
Only Hotel with
|NTRAL OFFICE OF Ti
MRS. EMIMIA
PROPRIU
N EWBE.
This commodious and spacious Hotel is
e r-;.
Tt.e Furnitu:e of every description is Ne
ons patronizing the establisbnent at hon,
The Rooms in thu Hotel are spacious, w.
!l in the I p country.
One of the Best Sample Rooms in the St
All horses entrusted to our care will be '
TER MS, $*-.O
The T:&ble sh.tll be furnished i.h the ve
Bak
0 THE
SAVE MONEY
Having secured the services of a FIRST-t
the Public with the FINEST QUALITY
WHEAT AND
25 TICKETS F
t2 c
EACH TICKET GOO:
CAKES of all Styles an,
LNDIES at lowest figures-manufu
teed to b
Also, a Large Stock of 1
CKROC~I
AT LOWEST C
" Orders for the above will receive pr
Call on
Nov. 2,44-tf. UNDEF
eselaneeus.
Ro So F. FAA.9
Wholesale and Retail
RUGGIST.
would respectfully call tl-e attvntton of
friends a;;d patrgn4 to my conlete
kof
EUGS, .
MEDICINES,
NM TOILET ,1RIE8d
RFUMERY,
T.AMPS,
LAMP GOODS,
&c., &c.
aving v.he largest stock in t.he County
elling at very close prices I asa. A call
examnatin of my tagoe stojk.
wouhI1 also call thie attention of the.
e~d profession and public to my Pre
iion Departmiet,t, which is under the
rvision of Mr. J. GARDN ERi, a thor
SPharmacist. We make a specialty of
nsing Physicians' Pra scriptions at rea
ble pr ices..
S. F. FANT, M,r Th
~TEO OU TH CAROLINA,
OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
N COMMON PLEAS.
E'r parte-Hannah Russell.
Petition for Homestead.
tice is hereby given that Han~nah fRu.
as this day filed with the undersigned
etition to have appraised and set off
er and he.r minor children in a certain
of land of which her late husband,
ren Russell, died seized and possessed,
Lted in the County arnd State aforesaid,
aining Eighty Acres, more or less, and
aded by lands of Mrs. T. M. Paysinger,
n and others And also a hom;ester.d
e personal estate of the said Warren
rell, deceased.
SIL AS' JOHNSTONE,
t. 26, 43-4t.t Master.
FARMERS
rowing Sugar Cane and in need of
&\E MILLS AND EVAPORA4TORS,
find it to their intere:lt to call on mae
,re making purchases, as I am agent for
of the cheapest and best Factories in
~ountS. P. BOOZER.
ny 19, 29.-4t.
tton---Kng-Cotton.
de patrons of tbe undersigned are re
tfully solicited to sell a small portion
e KING, and settle up at 400 I am
h in need of g,oney, and know that
patrons will relieve me.
S. F. FANT.
pt 28, 39-tf.
NOTICE.
will make a final settlement on the es
of Patrick Scott, deceased, in the offce
e Probate Court for Newberry County
6th day of le::ember next, at 10 o'clock
., and immediately thereafter will ap
for final discharge as Administrator of
estate.
JNO. R. THOMP'SON,
o. 2, 44-St Adm'r., &c.
otice to Creditors,
he creditors of Dorcas E. Calmnes, latel)
eased, are requested to present their
mle, properly attested, to me or to my
orney, Jas. K. 2. Goggans, Esq , on or
re the 19th day of November next.
FRED. N. CALMES,
Ict. 19, 42-5t Executor.
Cow Wanted.
Lny person having a good mnilch Cow for
i' asked to make tu. fact ksown to the
fo. 9 45 3t HIERArD OFFICE.
'el.
roll Hotel,
rY B :tK BUILDING.
ic Bells in Newberry
Cistern Water.
LEPHONE EXCHANGE.
F. BLEASE,
TRESS,
RY, S. C.
ow open and fully prepared to entertain al
, and no effort will be spared to make all
i lighted, and the best ventilated of Any
t .
-ell oared for at Christian & Smith'' Stables
0 PER DAY.
ry be t. N ov. 2,44-1 .
PUBLIC
AND LABOR r
:LASS BAKER I am now prepared to for.
RYE BREAD.
OR .0
D FOR ON1 LOAF.
Shapes, at Raduoed Prices.
etured at my establishment, and guaran
pure.
toreign and Domestic
ASH PRI0ES.
onpt attention, and he Deavered FREE
t NEW OPERA HOUSE.
Pianos and Organss. *
c
0 AA
-
C-,
Oct. 5, 40-6w.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBBY COUNTY.
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Dr. G. A. Setzler bath made soit
o me to g;rant him Letters of Administra
tion, wiih the will annexed, of the Estate
and effecta-of Polly Ropp, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
al arnd singular, the kindred and creditors
o the said deceased, that they 1-e and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held as Newberry Court House, S. C
on the 21st day of November inst., after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
foreoon, to shew cause, if any. they have,
why the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 6th
day ot November, Anno Domini, 1882.
J. B. FELLERS, j. r. N. c.
Nov. 9, 45-2t*. I
OSNA BURC
Udershirts and Drawers
Will Cure Rheumatism I
And are manufactured by
LANGLEY BROS.
6 KingBSt, -Clmtarn A Cy
AT VERY RASONABLUISIS .
0- 19'4

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