Special and Local.
LRSDAY, DEC. 14, 1882.
To Naw 7a a agMrxis,
. Ferry & Co.-Seed Xalin A.
aan Bu)winkIe--German Kain it.
C. FIynn-Dry Goods, Clothing, &c.
h & Sons-Ten Dollars per Ton Saved.
E. Frost & Co.-The Pacific Guano Co.
ly at this Office-Turkeys and Eggs
George Coward died Monday
t. 11th instant.
.Malinda Caweron died Thurs-i
7th inst., aged about seven tv years.
J Thomas B. Wadlington died at
mue in this County Saturday. %,h
t, at an advanced age.
3osM. Faysinger died at his
in Mendenhall Township Satur
ht, 9th instant. aged forty-two
EhiAbeth Witt, formeirly of this
and^ister:of Mr. Solomon P.
deoan~d, died;at. beEbome
t ke1City, Florida ibe 1st inst.
s FemaleRegilator caros all dis
peculiar to fjam . 35tf
wiltbse a^bottle WWfx3e nt's
Cure you will shake no more. 35tf
j'41 at Eduard.Scholtz's Jewelry
and makeyour selection of a niee
present for your fatber, your
ather, brother, sister or friends, us lie
the choicest line of Jewelry, Watch
F Enc Goods, &c-, &c. It
oI J A. Sligh.
bmas ben-bo"6ned to his room for
ting - e } andIl am
- an been&W
I assured flat'
dutys aisomj e o d regri to him,
andtbat hewill be in his place just as
oon as hpsbly:n, whieh his phy
0as now i three of
th-me ii6 yong klies fr iVale. They
.e bought4ebeap. and now is the
time ta get a bargain. Call on him at
Y.'al&Satterwhite's, he will show
Of"the Ladies# Missionary Society
' a afternoon in the Methodist
emrch was a most interesting one.
soIeral gentlemowWd the 4priosit4to
diee a meeting coae=ed-byladies and
bearg e rearks.ilade, by Mrs.
ighinain, wheb 'were implissi.ven
h o-epoin the subjectof mis
- naninnewere -ae-t h
ironsindebted to me are .earnestly
ocailand settle by .the 1stI
aMiy.e Those who fail to settle
st~-ke adtifrctory arrangements
hat date nieed expect no forther
-W. T..TARE IT.
-Snyprat' Chappel's the
5th ied d ecided success.
ass a.large ~endance of the la
andgentlemen'ef the surronding
try, and. they spent their money
yminthe goodl euse. The supper
Sgotten op in ~e?egant style. The
was a veryenjoyable one; and
b - oisiamounted to the dm- of
wadded to the sum reahzed
the first supper makes-about $120}.
money will be devoted to improve
m ts-upon Cross Roads Church.
2be tdies Benevolent Society of
myrnia Church, will give-a aot SuP-.
:hper atthe residence of Mr. H. 1). Boo
yser.en Tuesday night, the .26th inst.
It is for the benefit of the Church.
TEhat Jiafest Way.
The safest and surest way to restore the
outhful color of the hair is fuirnished by
y- of Mcan.TeM h
busnes intheir .trladenofIt&
aUi~ States, reaching even across-the~
At tic and Facific oceans. The houe
da4stirely reliable, and if you wish to
~e,actly what you order, you can
,fo?d etter than .send to them for
yoEr..seeds, and yet may depend upon
tiyea .willget the best that the market
ensuppy. Their seeds, have become
Jk.own over the entire civilized world
-wofty and fertility, and have -gain
*3frthem an enviable reputation.
j'erAnnual Seed Catalogue just
edfor 1883, replete with informia
aj,,d .beauztifully illustrated, will be
Subscribes i arrears wiHl please set
NIr sdbscrib'ers wil-please come in
A handsome Hoid4ay Supplement will
be issued from thi' offce Christmas
week, as an offering to the readers of
*the HERALD I-- will c.atalin Christmias
stories, .sketches and, pobetry. Me
hants who have anything to.elertile.
fd it to their advantage to avrie
Now is the time.
On the firstof January-we reise our
ubcription books, and allP outu
amswill be stricken off. Pa up'
therefre, if you want the HERi.D, and
pay up at once, delays are dangerous
.All pesonssiinfg- to subscribe for
the HERLPare advised to commence
* with the January number. A complete
volme of the . RAL will prove a
good reference of all things which may
?pen in the County, and no man
should he without it.
In all ages discoveries have been made
whc tthe time. were uot apprece -
'i s eminenitly. true of th ea vege
table Specific S. S- S, . which has ee
been known to. fail to curef the wrsed cas
f Scroula. The saco odfte the edias
.simple and perfect. ErdO5the bodPrice,
by reVeiOg and paryiing hbld.rie
41 on) and $1.-5 per botule.
IT IS A FACT
Beyond peradventure or dispste, t
the loveliest, eippapest and Wost eleg
XMAS, NEW YEA
Ever brougbt to Newberry, are n
and will be on exhibition at
Santa Claus' Headquarten
Pelham's Drua Emporim
W" To save money call at Heg
THE GREAT DEMAND F(
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge, is sob
de to its intrinsic - value. Thousar
use it to-day in preference,to any oth
and say that it destroys and exp
worms effectually. For sale by Dr.
SItE'~ p.oddhin,-. -r. brethren
d'elT togetherin uoity '_herefore
dwell. I fon ont i ago. a
hjeen d .iD -u1s W2
sne. o ell ill
~I~otdv%rfs you must "
ht patur s, where t
You must not be gre
11166- long. Some places a
for dwelling in than others, a
it ii well to dange,' - therefore I ma
frequent thanges: My last ebalieAl
to Uharleston. and lasted three days,
until my small change was exhaust
and it was necessary to make anott
change. I hav several brethren in t
city, they belong to the order to - wbi
I am attached, and they-show great
tachment for ur, therefore we dw
together in unity.' They aie good fet
ers too, this is another reason-I wot
like to dwell on this. Then I like t
"iSters of the order, they ubey,.orde
onef wbich-is-to salute the brotho
wh o W_og- ord ebdv ij <
kis'* ~ teE
inm progrAfime *
maAAWf6their ordery' ways-it
orderbaa I be kissed.. This is ve
pleasant, particularly so, as,he sist(
are all good looking-itooksgood, a
the'sensation is 6od. 196ot on itjI
thelatter vanity altogetber,but the-e
'zIekt io eeinta. anld \brients
tbe system of dwelling in uniy. 1
Agricltural Fair was in full bl-st wh
I wAs down, and a blasted & ag
it was, hundreds of fair ones 4itted, a
lenCt& e~haim of bright eysiai:
forms, and stylish get ups to the'seer
eyerybody got up, that is they-never j
down, and moved on igbtfeettwthe a
sical blasts of the 6ahA and all exe
your [rie;d,Sn'ffi,s forgot..that the
was not:a ingle.eoair or bench to r
igon. 'Iad four-o the sisters unt
Ynywing, but they touid"ot helt(
they werejyoung, and on their first lej
or ather limbs, and took the.bits 1
twentheirteeth.-winging their di
up abd riown, across and backi,'op
middle and down again, only to rept
the prornenade. Did'nt 1 want them
old irg just' for one 'tiene, ad et
askel themn to refresh in the restaura
on cokt bread, piekles art dcanned be
but they continued to flit. They we
rise,.they thought my funds were lo
Well they flitted, arid I shdfiled, un
I neai'iy -4sl~Iued off this mortal coi
and .would have rejoZ,c tq soe the s
ters:winibeir wa. 'to deetiaI gloi
leaving rue to coil up on one of the a
nj miachinis. They held up at' 'l
and I was released.. Mr. Rocbe anda
the gentlemen on the committee, a
entitled to my thinks for the please
entertainment affded. It .is good
go down to The city bj the sea, the
are several good people there, all
whom I know, and I always feel go
ater I go there, and will go again.
.Ido.bope thatso one will: read ti
to Mrs. Snifes-she bas'no ime tore
the Herald herself-as L fear the cosa
quences, for she says she knows wh
kissinTis'good for my: wholesome,a
Idont like to argue .the paint with h
Tutts Piffs Sugar Coated.
Tutt's Pills are now covere4 with
Vanilla SugarECoating, making them
pleasant to 'iWallow as 'a little adj
plum, and rendering them agreeable
the .most delicate stomach.. This
great addition (were it possible to a
anyting to- these 'ery- popular a
wonderfully efficacions pills.) as it
stoys the 'bitter tas'te and protects thi
from .chapiges of;cimate, thus -prese
ing their virine j all parts of the wor
The consumers of .Tr's PILLS 'a
doubtless appreciate thsignpoveme
which has been made at gre'at egp.e1
to the proprietor while the price
mains the same as befo.re. 49-21
Dr. Moffetts Teethina (Teethi
Powders) -will care -your child. I
sale by all Druggists and Conh~ M
Malaria, Chi-ls and Fever, and Bilious.
tacks 'ostively cured with Emor's St
dard Cure Pills-an infallble remey: n
er fails 'to cure the most obstinate. 10
standin cases wher e Quinine and all c
er remedies had failed. They are prepa
expressly for malarious sectos indou
boxes, two kinds of Fills.. containing
strong caZtMc and a chill breaker, sug
coated; contain5 no Quinine or Merec
causing no rting or 'p4'gthey
mi'.1 and effiient, erti 'n?ir act
and harmless in all cases; theyeet!
cleanse the system, and give new lif
tone to the body. AS a household remi
the are unequaled. For Liver Coml
thef eual Is not known; one box wi ha
a wonderful effect on the worst case. TI
are used and prescribed byPhysicians, I
sold by Dugtseverywhere, or~ sent
mail, 25 and 50 cent boxes. Emory's Lil
Cathartio Pills, best. ever mado, only
Cents. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau Stri
New York. Jun. 1, 22-8u
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine for .J
Under the editorial charge of Rev. T.
Witt Talizage, commences the New Y
brillianltly. it is a holiday number and
fords delightful, edifying reading.
first of a series of articles on ?.'eliS
Denominations in the United States" tre
of "Methodiam: Its Character and its
tainments," by Rev. Dr. Curry, D D.
editor has an interesting article, "Who
Thomp5 Guard ?" Paul Pastnor shi
"What the Monks Did for Early Eng
Literature", eher contrg)butions are Ii
the pens of Mrs. Jans G. Austin, 0. M.
rel, G. MacDonald, LL.fr., Xdwin DeLe
et., etc , and consist of admiraili writ
stodes. sktetches, .essays, poems, etc.
the flome pulpit is a discourse by Dr.
ag,"The ?opula.r Christ." Those in
age,g features are continued-"Perst
Noe -'and Couiment8s "BdFitorial .C4
mets." etc-- and there is a large, inst
tiye miecellany,. Price, $5 a year; ai
op,25 sents, postpaid. Address, .1
k'''k Leslie. FabTisher, 53, 55& 57 F
Nearly a Fire.
Considerable excitement was caused
Fridavy. by the burning. out of a chimney
bat in the broiwell Hotel. The blaze came _
ut ut ewib a %rush, and4 ome persons I
thought they saw smoke issuing from
the roof. It was feared for a time that
there was fire between the roof and ceil
ing; but it proved not to be so. t
Justi before sunset some one on the I
-otton platform near Mr. Martin's store I
smelled burning cotton. Search wa t
instituted, and.smoke was fonDd issuing
from a bale that had been brought in
and sold that-day. The bale was haul
ed off *t'the ereek. It is supposedthat
the fire-either from a spark from an
engine or from a match-was packed in.
the bale. - and had - been .burning for
N. hours. If the burning bale had not
been discovered, andtbe fire had bro
d- ken out after night, there is no telling
where it would have, stopped-a large i
portion of the town would certainly t
)R haye been swept away. The Town 9
*ly Conncil-ahould not-allow'a-cotton-plAt- '
da forn in the central portion of town, as 2
ir, this is; it Is running too great a risk. t
s. How'She'Saved:Her Darling.
"I shall not feel so nervous again about
- baby's teething," writes a grateful inother.
fWiraliio l6s6 iitarling'from cholera
infantum, but happily heard .of Parker's
to Ginger Tonic in time. A few spoonfuls
I soon cared baby, :.and an occasional doso, a
Ud, keepa..,u in.good health oklyiiMo
ed . Revs. J4 #oAbed* P
66 stopped o&in 'V%irwai- Obader
!e- Messr&-Tpmpso.Conner.nd L. M.
a- Speers went down to .harlet4n last
be Mi UB.tsmpbdI, o Via-pi, went
en down to Charleston Tueaday after
re goods- .- . -.
id Rev. W. F. Dickinson has accepted
ke the Rectorstiip,,f the -piscoparChurqb
Mrs. WiH. Wightman spent several
er days of the past week with the Senior
e and his family.
ah Mr. J. 0. Peoples 'went down to
it- Charleston Monday as a'delegate from
D1l the Newberry Lodge to the Grand
td- Lodge of Masons.
ild Rev. T. F. Boozer has returned to the
hle Presbyterian Theological Seminary to
rs, complete his course. He will get
rs through in four months.
t Messra. Elbert H. AulR and Jino. B.
Jone,have applied to the Supreme
Court for adwission to the Bar, and
have gone down to Columbia to stand
s Mr. M. B. Hilliard. General Southern
ad Agent of the Mississippi Silk Company,
jot of Aberdeen,-Miss., was in Newberry
n- last week. He is traveling through the
og ountry for the purpose of arousing an
be ineres; in silk 6plture.
The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
ar Fant's Calasaya Bark and Iron. Try
e; Best evermade, Emory's Little Catbartie
ot Pills, pleasant to take, sugar-coated; no
giping; only 15 cents a. box, of Druggists
or by min. standard Cure Co.. 114 Nassau
t Street, New York. . Jun. 1, 22-8m.
st Various and all About.
er . It is coid, and
r; Friday was the coldest day.
s, Som.e fine land for sale next Saleday'.
b ev. J. C. Boyd was married Tues
be day to Miss ?ressly, of York.
at Eight hundred and fortly.two bales of
to cotton shipped the past week.
en New subscribers are coming in. Our
nt thanks, we need every one of you and
f. more too.
re Turkeys-two year old gobblers-and
Wone hundred dozen eggs wanted. At
Wood wanted at this office, and sub
adribers wbo~wish tb pay in this way
aare reguested-to woodip.
;t. Mr. ?restpn Livingston's horse ran
all away. v:ith. his buggy ja lpwn Thursday,
re apd damaged4it consideraby.
t 'Christnias and New' Years presents
.t -can be had at the Herald Book Store,
re something for young and old.
Of-Mr. Elbert H. Aall has resigned the
oposition of Principal of the Academie(
, . Depa1tuent of Newberry College.-^ 1
adMr. I. W. Walter has built an in
clined tramway from the C. isO. R. S.,
en 4 his s~iadyggmno warehousei
rdThe tistorgais w.aakened and
r. worn ou -irg~ cathiirtic medicines,
restored by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
PocketRecorLi doks, good for any
a -year, as long as they last, and Pocket
Diaries, for sale at7the Herald store. St
]r ,z;. peae killed six- hes
to his#wn ig?oeday,~ te- heavies#
a we fl 4Qnds, neta the lightssA
nid Blank Books and Memorandum B'ks,
ie- of all sizes and styles, among which
im are the Crocodile backs, at,Herald Book
d; Bring in your advertiseme .
ifor Christmas week, and your.
r,also: The printers iwill~tk
e- Thap4s to Hon. J.3. Isomb~fw
a copy pf f.beroceings .ef
rig tional grange' f. o H..hgil ih
'or Indianapolis. -. .
er- Comie ad see our Christmnasand New
Yei Cards, they are handsome, as
welli aottb6r Christmnas goods at the
aHerald Book stcre.
BY- Mr. Win. Riser, an agedocitizen of
~the Molloborn section, fell into the fire
'ed Monday night. and was severely burn
bl ed about the shoulder.
ar- A gude wife had to shake the sheets
last Friday morning to find her husband,
Lon so cold was it. Our informant had just
~ agen a nip of hot toddy.
4.s7 Jnst p ugt nd hoped Decem
bv er is bringing in~vcrraI p due sub
cy scribers. There a good many an& a
d and we will be pleased to see them.
le Tbe attention of farmers is called to
Sthe advertisement of Messrs. Baugh &
tSons, in another column. The repu.
tation of their Phosphate is world wide.
an- Send for Circular.
The appeal cases from Newberry and
De Laurens will come up in,q the Supreme
ear Court Tuesday, and 'till occupy four
a- days. Most of the Newberry lawyers.
T'he will go down Monday.
I M1r. T. E~d. Kinard, fireman on the
a C. & G. R~. Jg, mashed one of bis fin
bte gers nearly off oi4e dn-y l.isb W.e by
las- striking it against the furnsee door, i
,ws He got a furlough of twenty dais.
sh-There is a gentleman in Newberry in
his seventieth year who has never ta
~Iken a dose of medicine, and who has
tneverheen confined to his bed by sick- -
n ess. !le has been a-.hard-working'
'al. ..f his life. -
. -Craek, n adaitioni to'the
- regular issue -o~f the Herald, we..will.
Sso-nd .to our- subsribers a handsomp
e boldy siupplemlent illed wit' ,C.brist
[s .mas stories and sketcbes, as an .ofering
ark to the-readets if the. Herald. Adverti
Ssers, apw is yes6r dca.
W e understand that tbe merchants of
.qewberry have formed an Association
or the purpose, among others, of pro- BI
eting themselves 14st the ..mistake alj
>f -indi-eriminate e iting. Doubtless b
iL eeded reform. by
'I move.' said a delegate in a Vir- foI
inia convention. 'that our chairman
ake a dose of Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup,
)e is so hoarse that I cannot understand
aim.' That gentleman had no doubt
ried thig wonderful medicine.
Messrs. E. H. Frost & Co., of Char
eston, who are the Agents of the Pa-:
iMe Guano Company. call the attention ,
of planters in this issue to the-eelebra-i
ed Soluble Pacific Guano. and the Pa
ific Acid Phosphate. Both old and
Sver%l blessed, innocent little chil
Iren have written to Santa Claus, ask
og bim not to pass them by.. We are
appy to inform the innbcents that every
o6d boy and girl will receive a present.
he beautiful things ready for- them For
ive proof of bis great love for the lit- Ho.
le folks. chit
Attention is called.to the card of Mr. Col
lenry Bulwinkle, Charleston,. who of- Con
irs to the farmers of Newberry, the .tag
)Ilowing well known fertilizers. viz:
-erman Kainits, and Peruvian Guano,
f -direct impoitation;. also Fish Guano -
n,4 Nova Scotia Land Plaster. All of
lese are gooa and reliable fertilizers.
S - . . Low hd
heaith and avoid iBAkness.
jnstead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, woildn't you DRYS
rather feel fresh andstron?
You can cOntimie feeling
miserable and good for no- LA
thing, and no one but your- SUcA
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind ofife
you can change it if you
How ? By getting one:
bottle of BROwN' IRON BiT
Tms,and taking it regularly
according to directions.
mansfield, Ohio, Nov.6, z8. E
paw in my side andback,andgrat
soreness on ybreast, with shoot
n sall roq myboVISE
sio'uof s i4,d' loss Of ap
inent phgci fory kid A
n e,but Igotnorelid.
I oud try Brown's Iron
Bittims: Ihavenowtakenonebotle BARL]
and ahalf and am about well-Vain SOAP.
inside andbacknalgoe-4orenss STARC
all ouof=y bras.andI have a STAR
good tc, and am FI in
Iahai' juibe PAR
thekhiv of xUiWVa.CAD
JoHN K. ALMn. COR
BROWN'S IRON BITTES is F
inpoed of Iron in soluble 'TOBA
i; minhna the gie AcG
tonic, toether with ose ni
standard remedies, making (
a remarkable non-alcoholic eo
tonic, which will cure Dys- BRaAN
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, -
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases -
Notice is hereby given that the regular .p
emi-annual exantinadon of applicants~ for
eacher's Certificates wilt- be beld in the
ourt House at 9 o'clock A. If.. on Friday
ad at the same hour c,n Saturday Jan. 6th
or white applicants. tion gi
I will sell ON THURSD AY, DECEMBER Seal
st, 3882, at the late resTaenee of' N. -W. *Count.
lodges, dqi.owrii Shuienier's M., on
ilaee, 'all thy PersonaliPr*per'ty :belonging rst.
o his Estate, consisting.of -. - e'req
'biee Mules,- f~iore.re
One Hors. .lars w
On~e Buggy and Harness', from.El
. Corn, Fodder, Oats, to givi
Oat Straw, $l,O00
.~S~SU~.&1iultural Implements. 2. .A
4~~~&.-A H. who u
~~t~r~' . W. HODGES, vices,
Adm'r. both il
Friends and Debtors, yesm owe us! A -
tatling fact. Yet we congratulate you'on 8T'jl
eing able to attend the State Fair, so call.
d You have paid your Bank notes and
laxes, and a part if not all' of 'your Liens. By
We have waited patiently and have said Wh<
ioing; we now think it our time next, Court,
nd be assured we need our money, and Le.tter
>egin to feel that it is about time we had Estate
. Now just step up to the .Captain's office ceased
ad settle at once. WVe think and believe The:
~ou will come up like men and relieve us alt and
fter this our last pathetic appeal- of the
Yours with care, appear
McFALL & SATTERWHITE- bate, I
Nog 1A$pf g, c.
tOlR-E n -O R e ft
The patrons of the undersigned are tr not hi
pectfully solicited to sell a small portion this S1
f the KISG, and settle up at once. I- ai 182
nch in need of money, and know that
ny patrons will relieve me. Nov.FAT
Sept. 28, 39-tf. Ba
Plantation to Rent.
I will rent for the year 1853, to t.he high
st. bidder, at Newberry C. H . oi, saI.day1P
n 4anuary next. a plauntj.t qio Ning~ Hun- I.'Iu
tred Aerps, op ]!nqree giver, it pot rented 4""
rivately before that date. . lul a
MRS. SARAH E. T. CHICK, ""
Executrix of Pettus W. Chick, dec'd.
Dec. 7~, 49-4t. - - Nov
Notice of Final Settlement. . v
I will make a final settlement on the es- tate of
ate of William H. Sheppard in the office of bate C
he Judge of Probate for Newberry Counity, day of
i. C., ther 8th day of January, 1883, and foreno
inreiazely thpreafter apply for a final dis- apply
shageasGsardian of said estate, sid es
DnATrns Sa OnWnLI.
ie breat superiority of DR.
1L'S COUGH SYRUP over
other cough remedies is attested
the immense popular demand
that old established remedy.
the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
seness, Croup, Asthma, Bron
is,Whooping Cough, Incipient
sumption and for the relief of
;umn+ persons in adv3nced
es (WI;.e Bisease Fr Sale.
NE.WEERY, S. C., Dec. 13. 1882
ry..... ................. a
.iddliug.................... SIa 9
g ..................9 a 9
wberry Prices Current.
J. N. MARTIN & CO.
.shoulders, Prime New..... - a.
Shoulders, sugar Cured.... --
Sides C. ., New. .........:.. a12
Shoukers New............... 10
Sides, C. 1; New........... 2111
Sides, Long Clear........... a 11
Uncanvissed Hams.......... 14
Canvased Hams,.(Maguolia I
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 15
Leaf, in Buckets..........16
Grainlated Seanrdard..... ..1a
E.stra C................ 11
Cofee C... ......... 10
Yellow..... . 10
New Orleans............ 10.
ew Orleas Syrup, uew crop, 9
Neg Orlea,,- 3iEnne'A 0
Cuba MasWs....... 6u
Sugar House Zolasses. 40
;unpowder. .. ..... 1.50
'ICE .................. ......... 26
Roasted or Parched...... 20
Best tio.................... 15a
Good Rio................. 12a
White Wine Vinegar..
Bolted... ............ ... 1.0
I .......................... 1.50
H.................... 6a 12.
t, per bbl ........,..... ..... 8.00a -9.0
...I.Y........ ...... ..0
. ................. 20
NTRATED LYE........ -
SH SODA. ............. 10
'OED'S BAKING POWDEE 25
)AM BAKING POWDE.. 85
2EEASE............. .. 10
CO.......... .......... 'Z 1.25
(10) kez.. ............... 4.50
N TIES.inw hunch.. ...... .. 200
LOVER SEED-per lb...20
ATS-per ka...... .. ..... 45
H Y HY................... 175
T, per bu.................1 15a 125
B A NAN A S,.
ANUTS AND ORANGES,
And Wholesale Dealer li
pies, Potatoes,.Onions, &c.
215 East Bay,
.HARLESTON, S. C.
.ountry ordets solicited anid satisfac-.
aranat-ed' Nov.*.. 44-3mi.
PEt? TO POOR HOUSE.
SICIAN TO 1001 lOUSE
id proposals wil1-be received by the
r ommissioters until 10 o'clock .A
Thed', IYec. 26th inst.;tor- '
A Keeper tb" Poor House,- wha will
uired to do all the ser.vices flereto
guired of--the Keeper-lbe pazricu
iereof may be obtained; from .either
r of the-Cou'nty Com'niiesionera Qr
e undersigned-and will be sequired
a satisfactory bond in the sum of
PhysicianD to Poor House. and Jail.
ill be required, in addition to hiis-ser
to furnish~ all medicines needed. at
term of office of either Keeper or
ian.will be for twelve months, com
ig Jan. let; 1883.
Lb the right reserved of objecting any
Ibids. F. WERBERt JR.,
7', 49-3t Clerk 0. C..N. C.
s popy St.
3E 0F SOUTH CAROLINA,
Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
~reas, Ebenezer P. Chalmers, Clerk of
bath made suit to me to grant him
of Administration of the derelict
and effects of Warren Russell, de
ie are therefore to cite and admonish
singular the kindred and creditors
said deceased, that they be and
before me, in t.he Court of Pro
o be held at Newberry pourc fl9'e,
op the 3d pay pf Janqary pest,
pgblication hpreof, at 11 o'clpck ip
teOon, to shew caqse, if aniy they
why the said Administration should
granted. Given under my Hand
ad day of November, Anno Domiini,
J. B.,FELLERS, Ji. P'. N. C.
ksmith and Wheelwright
SHOP FOR SALE.
-ub..enb.er de-'ir.ng to dispose of his
ftar' i: ir sale, together with a Cot
x.i -ix acre*- of' land. T'he above Mjll
I ci.eap, and applicpns are respect
iMed to pall and examuine the prem
Walton, S. C., near Broad River.
I make a final settlement on the es
Jacob Crouch, deceased, in the Pro
ourt for Newberry County the 27th
December next, at 10 o'clock in the
on, and immediately thereafter will
for discharge as Administrat9r of.
THOS.- H. ADAMS,
Dry Goo'and .ofoum
We take great pleasure in inlornaing o
friends and the public generally. tlit I
are prepared this season TO EXHIBIT
LARGER AND MORE ATTRACTIV
Than we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLEE,
though every d!y we are making new a
ditions which will be kept up through ti
Plaids and Stripes,
-T Sleac clgs
Whi:e F.a nel
J leans, - -
- SaCings -
- Colored Ca.imrzere
Black rocade Silk.
Oolored Brocade Sil,
. Black &tin,.
We invite special attention to our
Gents' Faraishing Departmeal
which is now complete.
Polite and courteous attention given I
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
When visiting the City don't fail to c
and see us.
Sep. 7, 36-tf.
TilE BllIEST iND BERS
EVER EXIItITED II NEWBERRY,
CAN BE POUND AT
Every Article in the Line of
FROWM A FINE PAIR 0F
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF
~If..you wan a good suii, afinesUnit,
plain su!t, a cheap suit, at WRIGHT &
W. CO?'POOK'S you can be snited.'
A full line of Shirts, over and.un~d4
Drawers, Socks, Suspenders, Gloves, Han
kerchiefs, Ties; Boots, Shoes,- Hats, Caj
Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, Canes, or ani
thing else, always on hand,
WRIGIT & Js We COPPNCI
Nov. 28, 47-tf.
Io GeotI|8n a2d Youth
Who Would Make
A Good Apearan&k
I would state to those who want nice I
That I have in stock the most choice sele
ever seen in this city. My son, who ha
beeun cutting at one of the first custo
houses in New York, is with me, and wil
my foreman, Mr. Hagg, will be able1
please the most fastidious of my eqatomers
Will also make to order Dress Shirts, Ui
dershirts and Drawers. It costs nothin
to call and see
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 12, 41-4f.
.A position as Assistant Teaciter, er?r
rgal of as Viree School, by a lady holdi
First Grade Certifloate. Inquire at
WILC!X, SIBSA COS MANIPUI
Are acknowledged by everybody to be the 1r
Cash. and on rvasouable terms I:.
And their Agents throughou. the Country.
TO THE PEOPLE
BY THE DEMOCRATIC AN
You can-at all times find the BEST A:
HEAVY AND DOM
r Coffee, Lard,
A Flour, Meal
Alow a full -ine:CANJ
Freneh and American: Cand
SOLD AT PRICES TO ID
A larp and choice seleet'o Co risti
e at l.e price -
Call and convince yourself
Nov. 30, 48-f
Pianss a$4Ot se
~o et ee
cooo= i f 2
Whhand.eaiaio fm lrge tock.
I would eseaulso cl the attet ofth
medca rfess and pubic to mymPre-e
astprsok of fr .GRNR hr
S. F. ANT,.. &D.ld
Paieergesstockarn the Cnty
Seald poals call the atentio of the o
ceicad byrthe Cu omssioneadpbi orsy .Pre
About teon eacr ich is negrde th
an sprisn the r.r fiel wMIl E be r tai odby-.
th oun y PCmissioer aeaspcaTy f
g* dihenigh sca rescrfobtin any ta
and al bd F. WERB, J., D 1i
Decu. 7, 49.- l ek o- m'.
Poor oe Fam oRet
IBS & CO.'S SUPE''II.PATE
4T FEWn m R in ne. andaTe-sold low for
credit. with CoTou Option.by
WILCOX, CIBSS & CO.,.
charlaton, . S. O,anM-saunnh, ea..
Dec. 7. t9--na
9 REPARICAN PARMES
PERA IIOU S
D WELL AMSORTED STOCK of
M ekereI, Etc.
WED GCOD~ -
W. ioIsale "aad a
ELUS. Amd HolidayGo ds
osAMLW A -
- tbum-nwau emenut au
gg-Ore fllWSe with disatc
E. hAET P TMA 0I
Npos. 0,41-6m. rqWe~L
Na oraorthn Caria.
SpriepadfouKsn, Lar a
COTTO EE, MEIAI,
ihes as. rie pafor Camphlets co
CHveedi arlSod It L R . . -
28 o eaBoadt. hardleon So. Co..
De , 49-i3om.* h aoln. Egb~ -
abopice pi or KePsneu I 8~ a4
I ilke Baesrmn aOnid
Te Coert for eaery foost.r ,all a~
esocada the hdaeaDeebesrtaf82
dth imel tefoer p amphlt o
No 8 BrdSt . hretn .0
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