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Speial an& Local.
SDAY, NOV.-.30 . 1882
.* w AnyVxsmcxs&
SWW~-~ th4 Tetabers.
s others--Va ai Iam * or
-ebrtsmaD and BItilar.
pee~ lin & eh r
priccsfof aee-ings, asellra
fnfS .O( for ai
u n be pklacd o
~ nee r- t
+ $. 6wers, ' uisteW at
oepb S.:Beid. of Newberry,
ofconsumption Fridaj, 24th in
- If yok wIf use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Ca3reo0 will sbakeno more. 35tf
;.Fliw. J M..Mccin, of North Caro
100qfgre* at Smyrna-next -Sab
T. Tra' ber
J n .Ad p ois to visit his
ak&_an inse.doin, of his
W-AiO,WHaBis*dtemined no to be on
by y o, benerhiOds are
~dft"dU 49 pics
afar now to the public of Newberry
dadou0ding counT, the choicest
- A * Jwiry and Fancy Artiwles fr
Bridal and Cbristma Gifts, at prices to
suith the imes. Come and see for year
S- .e .. .EDUARD SCHOLTZ.
r-IaIframe house at er.ir
a~ -Moweds. Tanyard was barned
-54The house wat frdry.
- ihng le=tlin and had a
f I 1oof iLwhph orcned.
siatoo Mowenm*u. -
hat h ofn'IaL irie show~that tb
~otto movegg over the Columbi
s. Greepviggn Ru=fmna during tb
efOctober-amounted to- 40,52
igailat 31S26 during the cerres
monsib .st year.-fews an
The delicate iwery and 'WeZag fra
of.r Flosi~eslo.:Lnepais rh
i ~sa aorewshheldis
he asbor..of a charming new novel
* =stitRO :"Mannre for Measgre," just is
.)oedIfrnathepblshing .hoose of G
.areen & Co.,: New- Yoar. Sb
ries ander.the no e p1tn fM
* farin- belonging -to the under
sitely''occupied by Henry D
* or Tent. Applicanta appla
* . s eNI,altadine ege t<
dayego. ..Tey w4re larg<
wegg giel -tao.Mndret
- eah, and e<-:spstl o M'il
t*bth that some pinous mattergo
into the'alope: At the pteset~ priuq of
lKkthe. (q agnounts.to peady.TA(c
~?be ioiena Appetizrin use
)n~ OlauseyaBark AndL Iron. Try
it - - - 35-tf.
Mz . B. Martin created quite a aen
sation en te streets Saturday with his
3eqvebile. Thellke of it-was never
mas is these parts before. .It has only
~t'rp.whel,like a sulk has a 'deep
'ottods;an springs o very peculiar
e'strzdfoa. It rides.very pleasantly,
ands light on' the horse.~ Nobody
see dto.be able to give a name to it.
Tikrel~y will be a large guantity of land
- u6l3iMaaday next (Saleday). "The hjas.
ter willsell 3,967 as. theSherif 195,
Mir. Eli.abeth S. Herbert 340, M. P.
Laesr -oth*ers.240.0. L. Schumpert,
Attorzidi.90, Jac,ob Wheeler's execo
**prs 384.. Henry! Burton's execntors
suglnDavijl.Kihler's executors will also
sil - fand-h ~number of acres not
itedi intheicadvertisements.; .
ItirsreW e in Newberry 'Friday
. btthere hpd bieen a heavy declHne in
1r% of bac i. Investigation proved
,~i.Oba.a mistake.. There is no ba
son.. in . town; and Mr. J. N. Martin
-says tb'nt the firm in Louisville, Ky.,
from..which .he - ha,- bought 300,000
pounds the past.vsar wrote him that in
-few diasthr would not be enough
beon in ethat city to greass-a frying
pan. Meat is-selling in Newberry at
12 1-2 cents, and has been at that figure
*inere Friday; but it is pork, not bacon,
and has been killed tn wnyo hr
Por is selling in Anderson at 9 ente
gross and in Newberry at th same
I .#APERS, WITH DATE 1882,
L BEING UNDEOOST,
From Now Till Jan. 1, 18838
W. E. PELHAM.
Nov.'-29,.' 1882. .48-tf
Mu6for Sa. -
That fino pair of mules offered for Q
sale by W. 0. Goree are still before the
-ppMlia,-and if not sold before Saledny in l
-Deceib6r. wll, be Put up in front of I
thibCooft House--. -
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathartic
Pils pleasant to take,. sugar-edated; no s
795 cents a box, of Druggists0. V
or- :Care410.14 NagO
of - i..-n. 224s3
A c4. d "' '~ or
Afl idi6h colore, Mr. A. J7
Kifgore's inner. ''jo his , left "and.
caughi in tb 'gin yesterday. His*band
and arm wereseverely cut; but he will
not lose say fbisingers, and the mja
Dr.. M t& *0 a "' etnn tb
Powders) wl ad& d c . For tb
sale by all arnistiad Country MUr
Good Farfoing, th
r.J. O. Sebampert, a young
Sf8j ears old. living hear Sobm
Pertts -tif in No. 8 Tow sbp,.ma d A
with one mule, which *he wokd him
self, sixteen bales of cotton,. fbrteen of -
which are baled. besides making one
hundred and forty bushelabf corn. He Th
is now selling. tis crop and getting
ready to attend sbwolat Welford, Spar- -
tanturg Co. Su&carmers will do t Of
tie 0. -nc
The-ladies have been preparing for -
several days for a Hot Supper for the .t
-beneft of the Y%- Christian ry
A isaaion. -ll be goen ry
gfnt T jdeta eals to ev
cim N6wber, and tberewmi
- be a a rnout; Tbosi
;"I2at6ootriboted4tqibe Hot Sup- '
per are requested - -their contri- rA
In all agei 8icoite"Wave:6een made er
which at the time wer% "appreciated. St
This is eminentiu tr 6ie,great-vege ls
table Specific 8. &-S which has ever .w
been known to lai tocur-;ha.WOE0Ae
-fScrofula. T&F'Actpfi h& remdy.-1 th
simpjle and perfect Ewi heN** deat n
by renewing and 'ung tebioot P aW
-1,.oo ad $1.75 per bottle. to
~.TejacswhoM#aItended .esa,d e
so fai lly anc Patiently since the lii
r weedis6harge' T
side of the Court.
The j geand ju' deserve the C
thanks of~ people e*JeContyitor as
the work hb~ aveedonm n rrlosdik in
the Calefidars of a large number o
cases. --- -t
Now is the Time to Subscribe.
Lny of the Magazines or Papers named
Bbelow will bet farmshedatnublshers.'prices
1to any one bringing their orders to the.
HExs.D Book Store, or who send the cash
Sew York Weekly, illustrated...$3+
Satuirday hight - -' ......S t
The Hearthstone, ** ............ 30 Of
Beadle's we' , ' . ......0
Fank Leshie' eekly,.'".......... 4 00
.ChimneCorner, " .......40 1l
Goe' Lady's ~0k m4tlv......2 a
Peterson's Lady's e, monthly. 2 00
Leulie'aPopa .... .....83 00 1
Leslie's' SudyKgg , uwnthy.. 3 00
Any other paper or magasine not on thIg .
Slist wilbeet fon. -
SNov. 2S,47-tf.. -
__ __ _ C
,Conference at Colony.
*The Nedvberry- Conference (Luther
'an) will convene at Colony Church Fri.
.day before the second Sunday in De i
- cemb'er-the'8th day. Rev. Prof. Hol- '
land will preach the. opeging sermon
The'-subjects' for discussran; with the I
delegates: a 'nted to op each, ire:
* Hwawe best4e!l actie"
-lay co-operation in Church work?P"-2
lRev. JT. A. Sligb. '2.: Mhe urgesne
-of oui- Southern Church,"-Rev.-G. 'W t
Holland. Rev. J. Steck, .D.D., Grll ~
preach the Scunda' 'tjrnig serpn,
taking as his subject Art. XVII.o tbe i
AosogConfession. "Insr= tif~b
usual Stuiday hooaddi'esses, .~~ ~
S. Wingard has been appoinfedpto '
preach a'sdrmo'n:to the young ped~ple e
and children. ..
-No inan &or wdman can dor atifactory e
work. when. -tit.-brain is dulH, th-e nerves i
unsteady, the systeth relaxed-en~d they feel
generally,wretched. Why should anybod?
desg through 'teir work i this edadi i~
when a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic w*l
at moderate coat giv'e thetn the strength
and will to perform their duties eatisfactori- 1
Malaria, Chi:Is and Fee,and Billous;at-s
acsstvely cured wit Emor' Stan.
er. eoure the most obtidt. long.'
standg cases whets Quintes and all oth1
er remedies had failed. Tbyr~e~dkI
exnuyfor inatart'aus se laobe m
boes tw kinds of Pills, 0ontaining a
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. ouar
coated; contains no Quinine or 'Mrcry
and harmless in all cases; they effectually fy
cleanse the stem, and gienew life and
tone Aotebd..s a ouej4remedy
~are unequae:Fo' er Cr ains- ta
a wondit leffect on the.worst oe.The
are used and prescribed by Physicians, an *1
.snld by Drsseverywnlere, or sent bypi
mail, 25and 70cent boxes. Emory's Lite g
Cathartic Pills, best ever made, on'y.-15
Cents. standard Cure Co.,114 Nassan Street,' ti~
Kendall's Teatise on the Horse.
. Thissluabeboks for saleat. the
HERmD Book Store, prace only 2nents
(or single copy, or fiee oopies for#1.00.
This book tells you. what.to do for yonrli
bhorse when sick, and treats of every dis- c
.QasetO wihich a horse js- liable. *let a
copy and save money and anxiety. ' c
Onl for sale at the -
Liens for Sale. - -
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for saleat this office.
Club Rates.. tL
The Columbia .egister will be club- in
bed with mtemHEzr.n as follows: Weck- -19
ly~ ei~i andy. Hr&.n- p.50,-fri- hi
reely Begidter and- H1mr*$5,'Gily s
'eise and Hwwr- P.7 - -oi
17bee41s Yenanw and HEmw at p'i
IT IS A FACT
4 dperzdventW,_#. dispuktA.. ta
rer brought to' Newberry, are nom
d will be on exhibition at
ita Claus' He qi"a tel-s,
8lham's Dri E iu
1ir To save money cal a " Head
arters.. -' -tf
dey's Lady's Book
For December is to band and looks a.
sb. and charming es.roses in May
frontispiece is a beautifal steel on
aving entitled.- "Is itForever," ac
ipanied by a love story. The fasb.
iplates in this number are many and
rious. snd pleasink to the eye of ladj
ders. Take . Godey by all means
her iTuw withh'e'HERAri it '3.501
band us $2 for subscription-: jt4oul
.endei Colored Minstrel
Will appear at the Opera Hous
inday.nigbt, Dec. 4. This Company
s ~' an extended en "ment in
ir perfor maddes.-rSelma la.)
bg~e a 'EverY.
a. Vs4 Drug Store..
Eli Frkin, 'white, shot Hillar3
allahbe. olorid, -in Mr.,Maffett's bN
omL Tuesday -fterndon-making a
ght fesh wduninh'tbeQf onteeg
r. Franklii wai imder:the influenct
pr6iocationi the 'sbddn.
Ls arrested and : caied f r'b riil
and over o the Cbdrt ofSeaioni idi
6 eharges, one forsassault 'and IpUe
with intent to kill, the other. foFdaf
ing a coceale47.wppon, it, $he sun
$250 each. He gave,bond.
4 Bioo; tore.
We take pleasurmin-extending an Ii
Anton to the ladi Bilemen ani
L= of -U
man%iimilY. t6tfie-I&je and elegan
Bortment of Fancy and. Plain Station
y t-b'see 'ittM1MIrD Bool
re. It is surprisis"i-Isti thm
elves, counters and dra*ers are fillei
i goods, and every week somethinl
tw is being added. Tbre are man
ings invisible to the eye. and it is on],
eesary to askfor athing not seei
4it will be produ.ede .-Do-i4t:
call before Chritmas.
Fant's FemaleRegulator owres alkis
ses-peculiar to females. 35-tf
There will be union services ofth
aptists, Lutherans, Methodists an'
elterians to-day in.. the Methodie
surc evrEs. Dr. Sibek Mfl '4ae
id the other jninisters will' take par
the-services. which 'will pot be long
Eev. E. P. M.Clintdck wil e 11
a Associate Refdirmed~ Chu. i
'FIrn wills also be seivicesfinSi
ske's Episciopal Church.
If there ever has been a year in whiec
.l thanksgiving and pralse.shoali
e. 1rdto the Great Giver of'Good
.ren that, year. Let all c
- ess~cion assembl
or peo~ on tiplaie secs
d~knd ~mercies. You
rHssi .avran filled a
ave gladdened the hearts-of- no
., and.no-rode alarms or' psitii
avevsted us. Let us meet toge6b
ad e akfil.. Let all the stores
I Coroner Elected in this County.
The State -Board'of- Canvassers bu
eeided that the-election of Clerk, She
i and Ge?onaes at th'e lateselection wa
it authorized by law, xeept in,&rkl
s and one or two other Counties. .I
is County there was no' election f<
heriff or Clerk, but there was for Ca
fiy, aafd Mr. .E. C. Longsbi*'ir
lectEd.. The 8tate Boai-d decides. thu
aereludIdee been no ele6tlon. I
uis County for that office this yea1
heir view 6Y:.thenmater is that th
trmpf office coptinues four years, as
isat aperson elected to fll avacancyi
lected for only..the unexpired leirs
tefacts in tiseaeare: James :E
belber was elected-Coroner in 1876 fA
mr years; -and-easigned, at the'
r two years. At the general 'ac1i
the vraacy. In 1880 thbr' was n
etion for Coroner, tha idjea beina
at Mr.term' lasted fon
~~*z~ of his'Jetion
l. only, ab the
ere ought to.have been an electioni
The Gov&or will either appoint
ooner or ore a spee'lal election.'
aifes at,the Mair
As neither of yon editors attenaed th
ate"air pet-Esps ida would'- like. t
aow ow your friend Sniffies fared
id all thatlhave tosay on this par
'the subject is that J left here withonc
akfast, bad no time to thint]; f n
d. and that supper was rfij -gapti
ng, m fact it -was not aeueAa
u consisted ofan obIoz~
r.done beef, wM~ud~a
a. Bread wss iwslaa I
, and the hu wc oI' 0
enzie's, Poo eelibil
you'd a thought *t& alIi
rywas oa spree. It wifta lori
asight' Thus *as not the enlg tria
frenim&ird thouta for Ieam
ros na a wbo was givingthe'crowr
healt.lift hat Is, for a dimeyou tool
Id of two bandles of the machine aui
t~d as much as you were ale.. I de
ined for somie time-, becau~se, not hav
any breakfAst I felt. ~lder "debili
ted, at length, however, the equeno
the fellow induced nieto try. I tried
4.I jerked&her.up attout.400; ibs..'bu
stead of letting the~ odnfounded'bln
wnwith both hands I let go on.: and
tdouble weightoi800-1bs. jri uf
f. dist. I 'felt :sometiiing pp an<
ong itioneof my'suspedrbut
~twasn' thob h, .bift somethin
ternal;. sbouti that' ti&e I wished
d lter alon4. 'Since then I' bav
fferdmuch, andhad to spend som
.y cow savings for strengtb6nin
.aste. I .a ...,.y I went to th
We were shown yesterday a crayon
portrait of Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken mad
tiiic tatsof-.- hi,, Is
young artist had nothing to gtide him
IIexFcept .a.-smaJLphotograp;'but the
likeness is perfect * in every detail.
Young Mr. Welch has the material -i
him for the -making of a fine artist: :al]
he needs is a course of training under a
Mr. 0. & Butler patin.anappvap
ance last week. HeislitingiUCh8aS&
^Mr. d . Grene ,Ir.. of the News,
is "doing" i eIndaitrW Exhibition in
Mr.~C. C.'Chase and family have, we
.jp pliased tdvretrndd toNewber
ry from their mountain home, and will
remaiu during the winter and early
spring: Mr. Cham will take charge of
the Ne.wberryHotel. and no doubt with
hiuWIarge.experience as a hotel caterer
will run it successfally.
Various and all About
Healthy weather now.
Collecting is hard work.
Cotton has nearly all been picked.
good milch ew *wanted,.apply at
The merchants have agreed to close
-pwir stores to-day.
Don't fraet tbe H6t Supper Sonight
Mr. Scholtz bas aitrange tree fos
f6t high in; or
Four negroes hae di e in ielona
ittiin the:paa *eeL
Beef onght .to come dowo: 121.2
cents is too high-for steak.
The bia ' &Greenville . R.
has two bran neir edgines.
T.wo.Kys fomd oun brass thw.-otb
isteil; te losercan I ,e thein pay
ing.-for this notice.
The sunhavingdliA pl6asad.re.
areition can be had in outdoor exercise.
xup your 1.piom
The Heartlitwiene ,.Badle's Weekly
JAnd Popular Monthbly. are forA*4~.
:the nHWm Book orb '4
The Sopth NaliOAbnual Confer
ence (Methodist) will convene in Green
siHe-the 18th of December.
Tt is appalling tocootempWethe
Irobable pie6 of fresh.ipoi and san
age iea inthU ieso fa- I'IOW
Mr. D. B. Busby, formerly of this
County. is teaching a-ourisbingschool
at Feasterville, FaIiifConty.
The coget still shina with .ndimin.
sbed splendor. It can bi een frmis
shortly after midnight =utl a.
It has been-suggested by -igtuSg
I man ths a.tn aor*fiebM be bughtamd
set a;arff OUrA n ceuators. 0
Theie was no preaching at theBap
.tis,:churh Sknc)a Y4;tbe, astor-sei
2way atteiding theStk Covetiors
Mental depression. weakness of thl
" Hw.b SyslW-un .doew nba
benefitted by using Brown'sTro4n
Putaway ail,garden implements
farm tools not in use. They willcn
in handy when you want them nex
Our Legislators are at their postfu
Coldmbia. Mr. Johnstone went dowrz
Sat6id. and Messrs. owg H
and, Sligh Monday. - .
Messrs, H. D. Boozer and)J.G Pies
-ter $niibd makiig miolasses 'for t10
season Saturday. They nmade aboul
Tdfiteen hundred gallons.
*low is a goodi time, accordiUg toig
IricaiItural authority, to prune trees an<
i sbrubbery. Do it before the weathei
Sfreezes, and after a freeze. ,
We sa evr~Lin4lsisuale i .
last week, who are indebted to this of.
d ie,but theffobked so poor that wedic
not say money to-thor one time.
B Buildlibelters for your stick..,N
~armt quarters for cows, sheep and
50jhumanity demands -it also.
s dewants 40 kniow. wn th<
ome f ers.It is togh
tsl some of them himself.
rThe Oe k Lder Fireside Comn
'- lv he Yer lierar0jtQds
- -ad Oih. dn,ader., 47-|
It pers, wiUJaf
- -' -*sgvmg~ Day, and wi
Today isTh'a1gu idi will not cb
hol @a otl ~unting, but. deco
dserte the day bird gg -attnd- uhurcd
-y and becomings,
- umr debts. Yoi
-~ Do not.forgt to pay yigr conscience
r -will feel muheasier inyo.' ..bettr c
Sand yVer'reditet:s wiU thind Ha
s you.- The proprietor .of 'thee .
Dili.ertaaiy.. - ~
Now is agood time to renew
Scriptions to the HwRw., and ag
iThe stores are Elling up with good
for' tbe Hidai,'5tt her is not one o
athem can'comnpare w%tbour neat an<
haridsome Book Stage attached to thi
Henar y offie.,
- .Rev. Z. W. Bedenbnughblies acoepta$
Bthe caII'of the BEth E~acn~gto
Sand preached very ceptb1 abt
a week -& He wil move into the
.A jistitin to be presented to the
. oeidenfi aikinig the appointment oj
KMoLoKB. Leavell as Jury. Commis.
Tavs eceiving numerous signatures
-woulbeg good appointment.
~'man knows what a ministerinj
bha..wife .is.until he comes home
'~ d uffria ~wtba dreadful Cold
'* a bottle of Dr.
.Bll's CuhS.yriup in the house.
. o not forget to call and see the .el
ganseck ef-SligionerV on exhibitiori
andjMi.saleat thCMa .n BookStore.
New and beautiful goods for the Holi
dayyjnsa.opeun, andetsng cheap.
4ti1fe. SatSiynight Georg~e
GaUim. ed6Mred, a member of the
He'ok d& Ladder Co., got pretty bandi
hurt, by accident: his arm was cut near
ly off with-an axe,asd oneof, his ribs
was brksN .E -t
The Clarenden .EsteupiOmakei
- .Livs ogretmestiremind us
The lines v fo Longfellow's Psain
*Pay up ycar back'dasschrbers
and commence the newyear ont of deb
to the Printer. You will not see an'
your paper. Make the editor happy
and give him agod Christmas.
The transit of Venu's across the San's
dis -will occur December 6tb, and wil
be visible all over the United Staes,
i fro abouS A .to'3 P. M. With
the aid o-A sizioedilw'_you may see
the yhaeC movingscsetbefaaeofthe
We expect to reap our harvest in De
cember, and this is the way: farmers
will be through paying up their bank,
lion. and other lidebteduess of like char
acter by that time, and after. that they
will think of the printer. Glorious
A Laurens mah who liyes near Mil
ton says he voted for the new County
Amendment m the. hope that if adopted
Laurens County might be so divided a
to get him out of it. und thereby rid
him of the annual 4 mills rail road tax
that he now has to pay.
There is considerable rivalry exist
ing between.the small -boys that go to
the Preparatory Department of the Col
lege and the small boys that go to the
Male Academy. The latter call the
former "College rats," and they retali
ate by. calling the others "Academy
Rev. A. J. Stokes requess a to ay
that tei i4 unieeting; of the.Board of
Stewards of the Newberry Circuit will
be held at the Circuit Parsonage Satur
day, Dec. 2nd. at 11 A. M.; and he re
quests that all.persons indebted to the
ircuit for Salaries..Conference Claims
or Soxutem Christian Advocate settle on
or before that day..
The Laurens delegatiog spent several
hourjo. Newbeity Monday on .their
way tolhe Legislature. Representatiei
Crews, of the Laurensville EraW,calk
ed se and spent-some timis in- woo1al
confab. "He doesn't put on mny airs be
caus* eisa.law-maker, but will shake
bandw with a common editor-oi the
moq- publi street as 1dick as he would
is &.beok alley.
FranM.sie's Popular Monthth
Thi December Number brilliantly close
he volume.-of this favorite magazine, and
we remind our 'readers that now is the
time to subscribe. The .openng article Is
a most intarestlag-Vitory of 'The Bank of
England, by. Richard B. Kimball, there are
nine. illusrartiOns with a picte of the
founder, William Peterson. N. Robinson
contributes .Segvag and charmingly de
scribes that qaint Spaniih cityt .'Hate
Of' will well repay the reader, as will also
'I Beauty of the Last Ventury,' King
Herring,' 'Mecca and its Pilgri.s,' 'Seeing
by Telegraph,' etc.,'all of which are figely
alustiated.- Thildep.tmeit- of fic!ion is
t interesting, for besides the contnua
Jioa of',A Whised Sepulchre,' zhere are ad.
mirable stories, sketches,. etc, LO@car
turich, K. V. Eassinge7Iarguerite y"ar,
fanorKi, etc.,etc. The poems are bv
favorite writers, several of them beautiful
ly illustrated. There are al-o a vai"ty of
short articles, pirageaphs, etc. on all-sorts
of subjects, and esceedingly -entertaining
d iu5tuctive, The tig pete pqar
re crowded 4ith'good things, literary and
rsistic. -The-. -.* over 100 embeHish.
mmi, ad a Udsoie Olired ibtk
piece, entitled tLittle. Sunbeam.' A single
number is 28 cets, oiisaear post.
" Od. Nftreu Mrs. F rteAie- Pub-,
liher, 53, 6 and 5'" Paik Place, New
bipoed i he fanfdlcf4
le, It ciralates through every put
* f disease hasrentered the system
the tlysuresand quick wayto dnive -
it out'l t6parify-iaid :ennch the
~-These imple facte re well
li:nown, arid .the highe% medicsl
authorities agree that s.is#g list
.iiou winl restore the blood to its
natural condition; and. also that
tnadteblacken theteeth, causelaead
~ughly and quieddy ensingst with
ng ad ths vedisease from
ache or costipaon.g and is posi
tively lot lijunous,
Saved his Child,
sN. EnsawSL Sr. mOe M.
B Gents:-jion. the r.cmma
* tion oFfa.fnnd1 tried B.own's
- iioN BnrtES as a toniC and re
srative fo ydsuh.wo
Haglost thre daughters by the
te ril disease, under..the care of
- - nnt ohsicimns, I was loth to
- the progressc e eaS-, Out, to
InoN' Brrrrm, she began to mand
and now is -t rstre0forfmer
-. health.. A - hagt~bgfto
show signs f of oido,
when the physician was
he qickly said "Tonic es eli
eldr siste a,i BRw('s
a good tonic, te it.
*I--'s TaoNBrmS effumi
BRowYeonesia Indigestion and
ly cures Dysjdj renders the greatest
Weakness, arre -persons suffering
Irelief and benent't v.Mses as Con
from such wasting
sumuption, Kidney Complaints, e.s_
I will make afinal settlement. on the es
tate of Jacob Crouch, deceased, in the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County .the 27th
day of Decemiber next, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon;, and,.immediately thereafter will
apply for discharge as Administrator of
THOS. H. ADAMS,
Nov. 23, 47-5: Addr, &c.
TiO -peroias of. te'undaisigned are re
.petully 'mi:cited to sell a small portion
.,f the Kizo, and settle up as once. I am
mch in need of mooey, and know that
my patrons will relieve me.
58. F. PANT.
Sept. 28, 39-tf.
ry ifye dlighted with the'tastal
mar, w Ise vih9oIeaeher
Send for it. - -
Address MRS. ELLEN T.AMKA
877 Broadway, New York.
T daW AQ .
The gri; , d supwriority otDR
all otherE6gI rei i. ee
by .:.e iie ul- fnnd
for tia- t
For Cure of Coughs, Co s
Hoare n CroUp,&thmin,otk
Consumption and forthe.rlief
consum pt ie persons in a .!:'d
i tages;4f the Disease. .ro 4iA
Good Ordinay ................ .. a
Low Mddlig .. ........... 9 a.
Midd ....... 9
Gobd ng ..
ow am ...
S a y , ae new ra.
o u ----
Lea, w TirAft............. 10
es, BCs........... -
Uo edHa................ 1.00
Sr R... ;.............
. AD---a tnal
-A 'AD a ............ 1
CANDY ... 2
GzlYe d B.........r.......... sl
i Iw.'.. . 10
NHew Orlesas Syrup, new crop,
C.b.Moe.u... 60 -
Young Hyso..... ....
F PPE d.........;..-... . ...
. Cer Vier... G
White Wine Vinegar.. 66
STAE CAND LES......... 15
0NCEN'RmA'rn LYE......... 10
ENGLIS SODA ..~...... 10
8EA FOAX RAKING POWDER... 16
AXLE GRE A --......... 10
TOBACC......... ........... 60s 1.K
RED CWVER SEED-per....
Blacksmith and WhedlwHght
SHOPl FOR SALIw
Tesubscriber desurin'g.so dispeef his
Shop offer it fe~r sale. together with a Cot
tage and-six acres of land. The-aboid wil
be sold cheap, and applicants .are esct.
fully aakedtoi call and.ezumihe' tie-ru
ss. .ISADOrRn' -
Watn&C., near-Brod iveu
Nov. 28, 4V-4L
notice o 1i1&te
I wilLmake auetdleaent as Guardian of
she estate~of .Fannie LeeChapp, in the Peo-.
bate Court for Newberry County, 8,.rn
Tuesday the ,18th. day of Decenber, 8S2;
and immediately thereafter apply for a F
a Dischstge as such Geardian..
. GW. SENN, Gaardia:S
Nov 14, 46. *
I lwill make a.dnal eementson-the es
tate of Parick Scott, 4eeeesed; in the ofie
of the Probate Court for Newberry County
the 6th day of Deceniber~ next, at 10 o'clock
A. M'g,'ndimmediately therdafter will ap
pl-or' final discharges. Administator of
Nov. E. THOMPSON,
Nov.2, 4-5:Adm'r., &e.
A GOLDEN OWPOR!!NITY
NOT To~ BE TleROWN AWAY.
AComplete Job Oflce.
LOW FOR CASH.
- Tgt4e motey nobi9 coz'
ing of I Halt Medium Gordon Press, 1 Qoar
ter Liberty (or Degener & Weuler), with
molds, stocks, &c, 2 Faper Cutters, Cabi.
Mets, Imposing Stone, 28 pairs of Cases, 4
n& Cases. 2 ron Patent Stands,with Backs
j.Galley Best, 2. Woodeh Stands, with
a 3C, 1$ Galleys, Sticks,Rules, Ieads,
Rakhr Display.Catui, Circles.. Ir addi
Furn re are eighty-three foots -of- Job
iio thid sufficient body type, of Long
Type, tdtrevier and Nonpareil, to get up a
orarticles not en merated in
this catalogue. ta8erial.has only beeni eaUse
for one year s 't less than half cost.
Can be bought~ , the
Apply at once at--i)OFFICE.
Nov. 9, 45-2m.
- - sbond in
thimams seh best Al
ebat and oterines
To THE PEOPLE
if rA6NRlIN N
BY HE DEMOCRMIC A
You cn as all times fiud,tho BEST
HEAVY AND DO1H
Also, t full line of-CAi;E
SOLD AT PEICESi'OE
A lare and choice selection of ChA4t
ai4gsim victims of hi#hggs3i m
his faite he' lifed WW'" a-. 4d si
Wiieanii e a, iith s o
ab ony n gon pckt,=&r the:.m
t:nere *bqada"%i ,n
v,*E. n* . c
Wea Union~ 1 comeshas e
l .de" rk- tbo o edidh #
ii,s NERGY, BRAIN *
o aeMsde f. i-v#e
biedrst andaiIie pissptd' Me
tnipeoi.setas Wair wAJoP6*
sidJe or h at
ac 1-im e f1.
tm iwcs~ u the
in ~uthe fce i as3rb~p6
t,rand sno ms?wen ou$i
na - qmn*iesa
oeadmondn like The smahif cee
b'y-out man boldsthat :
es s , s n~~ct pespaer ever~
used with n. Ano hld tht s~
the best~ arn
~csu002- 'of" haT ai
mauaina geUet~iMni e
theae mits ruther tos nobstthig
thought beo everya wtend' osf TEab
over -ne uh?eof thany ides tha
witolich lta for lpwuce to hibidi I
on a. y~s TEE S N
eve befre Ifouhef do ntuugno
dTHE Se, u hndut tobenterro 'oft"
stm4 govenmen*,'a sntinuet r ge uin efs
gooo invetet fothePong ya..st
TeoverpIsial d t lsbSoee see
by thsI w en a to a'yjet af ith
eMtinri n4 7..0e -e. ho >d tJ. . ,.
bs t treldioy sses;pape evr
naarkIet repots Uantey scini
antd wimtc. inttencold ate
WheEr St the nelwspasper forntebe
vior.23 47- thir I SD , N.Y.Ciy
wee k ma~ede ai homyth e indias
otc tros esrt uiness o beor
tho oe rycainone die]W
vr- nea of te many sietat or
wihp~iua or e hi tdim to.
aD'n d TE,yuwilfn it e E~irc'oA
Cgzona mainsa " rndex ofaDse "? which
~vebeUtmU* de, and tWest~.
remen fema aoahie :.ivin ke 4
goodnvipa,ran e for he o rse,gwyth r h
'e sih a die ens ae it ue
sinage-mrormtion. aea ith oy
1er seie st
- -co~-~ -. ~ -
9,~ ~ 4;,i
-t. ; -re
3 4g4e? Ar ad at d ~
-~ J% 5
I hai~ bo.gt he e1OGE #L
the uses as th sm plae. and a
covtinuaee o the fib. ra aag be
stoed oo eI-fWP Aitds-a be de
Z. ~ z~t