OCR Interpretation


The Newberry herald. (Newberry, S.C.) 1865-1884, December 14, 1882, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026909/1882-12-14/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

DECEBER.
. TTF,
~1 L
18 .19. 20 h
2562 2 29 0
gOW TO-BRING THEM UN
sp aUVhJ TION.
uls often -ewome- unrly, and
er qnuL,tbyad
~Ia .Unless-ept eia
tiely under contrltheyans@be
5l4 to the batchrue fbat*Ar or
i og- e-tie may do
serious injury to pemoWa stok
There arq sPy ylkpgRpt
for overcoming this,vi, but no
~S meth as)esa n ~ositilie
in all.-instances.-It iur
eesyto coulebee training
ly o aceustom them to sub
e l'tirmemmeohilna
y actual t tha be-irget
be -constan~ ystcbing f0r
an -"A oment of
he col inost any
6 (bre aiobt hOwany
7. thi heer
rather ridink - li
- toi
- horsesdei
the ard.Sohe
the.all whch. hl
s Sid doe nt co &med iy
sefluildebst Wbreeersof fime
to accnalle brofir with
th anaii4e he iiang.
< ily il , nit inga broeA inss
'husfg bjc f Jhis tg rfryarhe
esonseguence. afr pth than
for ate Gareir yard.W So-er
puros, and pts- n comnmend nt
stoes aftn briteedes ofefhe
btoekhet, geat, bnd r ths
rther aringly.e heokid yfood i
high. relished-poisthes mran -
ips, oile ntndise'wi Ind
meal,- sceand fedd wrm s
orw, and if megal-et or mayl
or ' pafhisrd1w ithreah
ground p hale.e .]ingi of
lpee, aunthing pouletry than
corabb aorg theitogs '-turs
pupen ne pire abbage Mn
tonssnteny of ?gg .Shoe
farmers ca gtish off~a iro the
mackwet, elams,from the, bk,o
hinnoly romishe dtches. or-tun
iped milk isalwaysd ind,an
meal, scalde from fa armn es
arhet, fod of lageales, eatn
plad ifher-ehets orhaele
oresoth are excellehnt reach
apetor, layting onlry.-AerhanAg
bAgspormthe oprs gftren ips.
Hens neer tirefcabmme, nd ao
good wtrI should
noys be sprin Animalat foofi
which shae eavst re faten-shd if
let yo atentyegs hr
fAmerstion gefis ommnalfrom te
mdmafAk is awasin torer ande
..bz~s, so.ld n largeaesa nd
TAKING ADVICE.
Detroit Free Press.
There was a yong man at the
entiFa'Mrl6'Wedne*day who'
ooked tb ierfe,t specimen of the
-reenhorn. His hands were large
Li red, his- othes -idn't fit, and
as cowhide b6ots haa just been
-ibbed adi*i 'ii -ried' meat
-ravy. He was -looking at every
aing with open, .mouth when a
.ouple d young men-whio had been
inei in by the rain commenced
r g*- lim:iow of them asked.
if he was on a bridal tour, and
he othdr' sted on calling him
ShakerU. Liberal offersfwte
ranmilhis coat and boots,nd an
adampt was made to: secure him
for g* lecturingtr, through the
cquniry.
phe young-man took everything
.''a aim,, matter-of-fact way until
nileman came along and asid
to him
&.~bemfriend, why do
4 0hisyinsulting met,
couse .are.
dM On15Iresent it
y Shoauld.
4S.'I didn't know ex
O. to-;do, but thought rd
'bj1d of adrie. f you sawt'
'ezill do so.'
0 kind of a
.im cont and rolled,l
d i ow; pJaed his st,,,
anA without a wordof.
ing be vredin and kn
0enitoft ~he benela
og-i,anC%i
a lift with his cowhide.
He won a corpietictory intiMCeI
t teuwithentiseceivsi'
ashenputonhis coat
'georourkindgss
fat's.the wiy ydoz,
ere etroit, fl-have
i'kniis omyknIi
or the t chp Who as inhe1
a haIl to4niagmy boots
'v'1
.HDST'GoT!FT HAGovN
Scuoz,HOUE.--A emocrat-h
heard something'afgful good o
City Hall yesterday.morning sa*
ea ftd Woodward avenn0 withr his
ht iis hand& Meeting a stran
ger st ihe ghe-wung is tile
andcafedout: -
'Yes'
'&i won aglorious victory
'It is the biggest tidawaey
heard of 1
And it will sw thet R~pb
can party off fifee'
'And give us a Democratic Freu
dent4
'Ubelieve it.'
.'Thea let's give 6hi-ee cheers'
I-=d-that'ia little too much.'
oirwhy' (Ain't she glorious?'
'!es, but yodrsee I was a Repub
angj~ totmidgight last niglit,ini&
it might inot; be in good taste for
me to utter smy Democrati'y!1
before to-morrow. I'm with you
-rm all 4igt-tbutive me a lit
te more time to .gt used to the
new party.'-Detroit Free Press.
The co6pnstor wiio had a mn
usri1k ishout~ a 'donation psai
and inadvertently made it read
according to the preacher. He
~came' aroggist day,jind ordeied
a hundred copies, mailed one to
each oi the congregation who at'
tended the party, thanked the e,di
tor, asked him out to take a drink,
and then presented hin with i
pairs of slippers he had scooped in
the night of the party.
In the intercoui-se of sociat life,
it is by little acts of watchful kind
ness recurring daily snd hourly
--and opportunities of doing kind
nes, if sought for, are forever
starting up-it is by words, by
tones, by gestures, by looks, that
affection is iv6 and preserved.
Of life in every way, we miust say
we cannot tell how it is. * nd yet~
Ithere are persons that shrink fromn
the future life ; and some that do]
not believe it, because they do not
see in what way itiwalke.while
yet, what the way is of the very life'
they are in, they cannot tell.
He was an old bachelor courting
a maiden in .the parlor. 'I have
my faults,' said he, and the maiden's
little sister chipped iD, 'So you
Ihave-fakae teeth, false hair, and
brother says he believes you are
the bully old boy. with othe glass
eye'
Td aa. v s half .lie
Is com sd of .erb4 andI neilagiwo.
t.w Persea,e the a gsanef
Lungs, expect@tates the acrid -
that cdeets i the Brouchia Tubes, and:
soc*.inug foating, whi.it TeUOV9 1
rt-.wong t ax.e4-og. It el
thezInnesOf all Asdpir'ltles, stre
th<.mwhen enfee bied by diseam,
att iealaunof the blood anzi br
r SN ght:ooidA ofieue M
C om.Jt daneroSs to
mer.J ppy the remaedy' promp
.t .~:*,r yv-rs wrtr=nt the aer
no remedyl m- -..er been fou"d th
;:rompt in i-s td!as TiMTT'S EY.CTI
A-, t-ie dose raiser .he phleg=,
1);e. ow4h. A y4e4saut eord;40
,lrea *pke 4t -ead Z1 F' Or-3
'.nmht Mand o. 12 ' weyf
TUT T'S
PI L i
.WT,T :m%"TLY ON THE LI
Cures Chwi and Yever, 3lysp
-'oat, Mheean"Mian Pies, pailital
- at,p.sgUnserpeid EAve
'ernade 1r:-eglIetie IFyoudou
-- :- vell, - 0 :,--!a pial stimulatea the:a,
,:wrus the =,m:s . , opatsvgor totLe;
biI TEDIBVI!NE. SA1
:.-..;:r::-;j=r Sirt Yor text yt<ars
3 n r.Ut!r to Dy.peaiN Const-pat
-.:.Ot Per gTour pllsWeremrecm
S. i t:%:;a (Lut withliule faith)
- -.a - i )Ln, have good appetite, d
- . t, r:: -.o, ,il,s gone, and
. 1 u nds flesh. They at
.righ Z ifrond.
.uE F. - a. sTvwm-s rouisvmqt
- ce. US Murray St. NawYT
.'.eoip5s y F on apnnieetno
WEI
ears of an
qftna of vuand aim
OrAlGovernment fof an
&he 1vt1
is made ae
and the.Aal Genm
AnU latfted
D mp
yarvenietsG an.tsprepated r
VUMIs be t oan dermi
e*."car 1t. -810
rein ar to the C=wM
Iee ow recogne Gzna MliA
,D as your attorney in the c
Anthe Ive.tion sad about'U
i-em.e thiseSceil
a sCCOeWad
9.pmtrlslatoat nufmelpmn
OEORGE E. LEM
AeMMey at law and 1.lldm of An
* - a reign P'atets,
46 Pineenh see, WAisU*NGTOl
T~~asatnhisuaper.
a. K. P. GOGGAS. D.. M
GOGGANS & HERBEI
Attorney s-at-Lis
-. E _ERRS . C
"Strict Attention to usine
-Nov. 2,d4t-iy.
~ E CHEAPST, AID EEST
PEERSfN'~S! M4CA
UEEQUALED PREMIUMS FOR II
~-Terinci 1 remium fa get
(size 27 Inches by 20) for frming, site
aksy's world-renowned picture, "Christ
'Pilte"' for whichthe French Governum
Jutpal 10 lranos. No such premil
Choice of Prelums for uetn~ p Cli
The tChrist Before Pilate:" oo,
Quarto Album Extra Copy of
for 188
PuTssoxymamar1s thebusqpant
est of the la'dy's'b6oks. It gives more'
oter. Its'lmm e *o an Ion
lshed uatonnbles its proprietor
'tne,optto.In short it has tl
EST STEELiENGRAV1INGS,
BESTICOLORED SHI smN.
BEST WORK-TABLE PATI
BEST ORIGINAL STOE
-BESTILLUS1'R3220
The stories iovelets, &ce., in "Peter.c
smtte.tyb4hbest pmhe.- All4
ylr Na kriterr,econtrw
-at16original stories "wl11b
'ad In addition Srz CorraxoenT Novar,
Ann 8. Stephens, Frank . Benediet,
Austin, "Josih Alien's Wife," etc. A
"P ~as aIysdykIa
rioparticleJson a
roer, Flower Culture, House Deeol
in short everIthing interesting to iadiS.
Taxs (Always in AdvanCe) 62.00.A3
g Ung..iaillOffers. to Cubs..
2 Cuplesw:z4Ni1 8 Coles fore
te nr.ralleled steel-engravIng, "Chr
fore Pate" or a handsme Puorcoar
resr.,'r Qu.zTo aL.ncx, for gettin;
Club.
4 Copies for 86.50; 6 CopiesforS9.
s extra& copy of the Magazine for 18
premium, to the penoo getting up thet
(I Copies for 80; -7 Copies for $1l.5
both an extra copy of use Masgazine fc
wid the large steel-enzgrariog, or rithe
AlbaM, to tbe persoi getting up the C
For Larger ,Clubs .Still Greater Indnws
Adyposd AiLSJ. PEFEESA
3&6 Chestnut St., Philadelphi
E7 Specimens sent gratis, If writter
get up clubs with. Oct. 1,d
A QGkaiOause et IRa3an U
WS THE LOSS OF
-me;
A LncCR ON THE NATtUE. TRax
AND RA DICAL enre ot Seminal Weakr
Spematorrhcea. induced by Self.
.nvolna Emissions. .Impotenc3
ouDb'ty, and Impediments t
riage generally: Consumption. Ep
and Fits; Mental. and Pll Ioal Inca
tc.-.Sy ROBERT J,.CUJLVXW. I
author o 'GreBoo~"~
mirable Lecture, clearly proves frN
own experience that the awful' oons
cesof SlfAbuse mnay beeffectually re
without dangerons surgical oper
boges, instrumrts,, rings or cc
pineffectual Uy w 5chli'zyuT
sStwhat his condition may. b4
cure inadlf -cbeaply, privately at
~Tis Lecture will prove a b
thousands and thonsands.
Sent. under seal, in a plain envel
any address, on receipt or six cents
postage stamps. Address
THE ULVEEWEL MDICAL
41 Ann Bt., NewYork,
Post Ofmee Box, 450. Oct. 12,11
lpepple are always on thE
ont for chances to increas
erig,and in time D
wealthy; those who do r
prove their opportunities reman in
t. We offer a great chance ?o makerm
We want mnany1nen,'women, boysan
to work for us right in.their own.lool
Any ne can do-the workproperlyr
Drst start. The blines w mo
en times orminary wages.
t ~irntsed free. No one woes
fils to-make monyrapidly. You el
ste your whole tothabIb work
1'spae'noments. Fullinformatie
allthattsneeded gent freo. Address
pog40a ,osnd, Matle. . 41
RaU Roads.
lumbia & Greenville Railroad
kT-.
S - PASSENGEEDEPARTMENT.
'he COLUXLA. S. C., Nov. 4th, 1882.
matter On andafterMonday, November 6, 1882, th
Mrs.a PASSENGER TRATNS will rau as herewith in
be iz; dicated uDon this road and its branches.
MMS Daily, except Sundays.
n_ No. S5. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia,A - - * 11.42 a I
Alston, - .- -:- 12.p
Newberry, - - - - 1.5 p
y; A -" Ninety-Six, - - - - 3.89 p z
L - " Hodges, - -p
tisas Belton, 7- - - 5-57p
RANT. Arrive Greerille, - - - - 7.2u p I
No.:58. DOWNASSENGER.
Leave.GreenvMe, - L- - 11.15 a I
" Belton, - - - 12. pi
cc :- Hogs 17-p Ilp
- " Newberry, : - 4.50 p I
Al.56 pi
Arrive Col is,F - - 7.00 p I
SPARTANMBVG, UON s; COLUME1A -UrLXOAn
No. 2. UP PASSENGER.
r Leave Alston, - - - - 1.08 p z
"i Strother, -L - 148 p z
'Shelton, 2.10 p i
VER. " Bantuc, . . -- --- 2.54p r
ents. " Union, - - - p
-a " ~Jon"Ville, - - 4.02 p I
Lt; e! Arrive Spartanburg, 1 - b.02 p z
,anel No.58. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R.& D. Dpt, 1.85 pI
. , " Spartanburg, S.U. C- ot,G 1.42 ps
- "Jonesville, - - 47 p I
" Union. - - - 3.29 p I
I Santee, - - - 4.2Ip
av " Shelton, -A P - I.8p
en'and " trother, Mu- - - .1v p:
meded Arrive at AIton, - 6.50 pI
- LAUF2S RAILVAT.
0st,'On LeaveNewberry, - - - -\4.58 p j
hl "av Arrive at laurins C. H., - 8.5p 1
**0' Leave Ladreus C. R., . - - 9.00 ai
ArriveatNewberry, - 12.8- pi
-.y ASXTILX siAtCi.
rk- Leays Hode, ,- 4.85p
Arrive at A , .- -
Leave Abbevie, 1- - - 1
- Arrive at Hodges, 1- - - .p
2r.6" 2e13 A11OAD AND A"=tsox
CST PI
. Lee atoat. 55
"Aderson &.as P I
"Pendleton 7.28 P i
:kwa Leave Sebeca C, '08 1
SArriv*at Walhalla 8.86 p
Leave Walalbs at, - - 10.0 ai
Lave eneca D, 10.86 a
" Pendleton, - - 11.18 a
" Anderimn, .U-11.6 P 1
A2riM at-BeltOll. -I-1246 P I
CONNEC1'IONS.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Cba
leston.
With WilMington, Columbia and Angust
endsn Railroad from WiLmington and al
rise Point@ North thereof.
s ' Charlotte, Columbi and August
Railroad from Charlotte and all point
North thereof.
B With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Boa,
k9. 'for points in Westera Nerth Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. I. & D. R. ., from a
pn"to South and west.
D. Wth A.& C. Div., R. & D. R. J., fro At
lata and be4ned.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from al
ots South and West.
F. Wi& South Carolina Railroad for Charles
ton.
With Wilington Columbia and Avgmli
e hanbe Railroad for Wilmington and the Nortb
yfrt With Charlotte, Coluwna and AugAst
Railroad for Charlottennd tbe Nojth.
- -G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroo
from flendersouville.
reeE- W-Jtb A. & C. Div., R. a D. It. R., froi
Charlotte and beyond.
3-C, Standard Time used is Washingtmn, D. C
which is fifteeu minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FkY. Superintenoent.
M. SLAVQaTxa, General PassengerAgeat.
aBERT. D CARDWELL, Aas't General Passenger Agt
Columbia, S. C.
IT, South Carolina Rallway. Company
PASSENGEE DEPARTMENT.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
and Pfter April 30th, 1882, Passenge
9 Trogns on Ahig road will run as follows ur
til furthe.r notice:
GREENVILLE EXPRESS.
* ~ GOING PAST, DAILY.)
Leave Columbia at - - 6.25 P. 3
Arrive Caraden at - - - - 9.38 P.31
Arrive Charleston at - - 1.o P. P
8." GOLNG WaST, DAILY.)
Leave Charleston at - - - - 70 A. k
-Aeave Camden at . - . 8.00 A. 51
Arrive Columbia at - - - 11.26A. 51
48 e - -NIGHT EXPRESS.
GOING EAST DAILY.
eave Columbia at -. - - 9.30 P. E
k rrive Augusta at - - - - A
Arrive Charleston at. - - 8.20 A. E
~83! GOING WEST DAILY.
- eave Charleaton at - - - 8.15 P..1
Lo eC A ista at -. -44 P. E
ravi AriveCo mbi at - - - 6.10 A: E
-un- All trains run daily except trains on Cati
Befor.e den Branch, which are daily except Sur
ea ha Seepn Cars are attached to Nigh
~berthsonly $L50-betwee
Cofumbia and Charleston. On Saturday
and Sunda s, round trip tickets are sold-t
ibs: and from alStations at one first class far
aph or for the round trip, good till Monday noo
asine -to return. Excursions ticketsgoo forte
days are rgllyon sale at six cents pe
mBle for round trpto and from all stations
Connections maeat Columbia with Col
umbla,and Greenville Railroad by trainati
S- rivingt11.28 A- 3., and -departig at 5.1
P. M. Connection made at C. C. &A. Junc
aaytion withCharlotte, Columbia and August
Railrod byrrivigat Columbia. a
odi-11.28 A."M.and d' 5.55 ~t~ P. h.touni
from all points on both withthroug]
' Pn11man Sleeper-between Chreston ani
Washington, via Virginia..Midland rote
wthout change. C6nnectionmade at Chai
leston with Steamers for New York on Wed
ERNS, nesdays and Saturdays- also, with Savar
IES. nah and Charleston Ralodto all point1
in are ConnMalnn- are ZSIage ate '!~sawil
"RsostIfroad and -Uaiitral radt
;i.- :nd.outhad West
ugien- Mae p~e sdto al
gis,nb poin th and West, bapyngto
isseJ . " A. B. DusscAu,Aet o bia.
-__ D.C. ALLE,G.P.& T.A,
pler" JOHN B. PzcK, General anager.
"-Charlotte, colsuMa & Augasta L E
e Oaxc GEEaa LPAsZENGEE AGENT,
i*hod .Shdl in ~e haer. 81888:
No. 58 DAILY-MAIL AND Exeas.
Leave Augu.................7.85 a a
A&rrive at Clumbia, B............345 an
nAa. Leavel Columbia, B..............11.52 a n
AriveMaChalotte, C............ 4.15 p a
Laeave CharIotSe.................5.00 p -n
-Wftb' Arrive at Statesvlle. ...-........... p n
ist Be- No.47 DIAt.Y-MAn- AND EZXaERSS,
E, PZc- Leave Augusta, A............... 600y
up the Arrive at ColumbIa, D....,......Z p a
NO. 19 LoCst.FEUalSr,4ail - :eopt 3.nday
0; with (With P'assengqp ' (ohatatced.)
38, a Lave Colutal4a,,........,......l.0Sa n
lasb. Arrive '%M1QMe1 # ...... ..3.3 p u
0; with SURAD
r 1883, No.52BDAILT-MaIL AND Rxinass.
ot *e Leave Stateaville............,...,,. 7,0Oa n
mb. Arrive at Charlotte. .........,. 3.6 a n
Leave Charlotte, C............ . .o pu
means. Arrive at Oplumbia, I........... .3 p D
Leave Columbia, B.............. 6.3 p ui
s' Arrive at Augusta, A...........10.50 p a
n,a O. 48 DAILT-MArr- AND EzPREss.
for, to Leave ColumbIa, D.............6 15 a n
l-tf. Arrive at Augusta, A,...........2a
- No.18 L"OAL FasleaT, daiyexceptitunday:
(With Passenger Coach attached.)
Leave....r..tt.,.,...................00 & a
Arrvea oumbia.............. 3.:ep n
eoNNizoos.
- A-With all lines to and from Savannah
-Florida and theo Sonthi and Atlanta, Macor
and the Southwest, lra oa
1 from Charleston.
C...With Richmond and Dlanville Railroat
to and from all pints North andi Caroli:u
TMENT Central Itailroa.
ess, or D-Connect with the W. C. & A. E. E. to:
Abuse, Wilmiutn and all points on the Atlantit
', Ner- C,oast Line.
SMar- Pula Sleeping Cars on Trains Nos 5|
ilepsy, and 56 between Agsaand Washin~tora
Pt3, D. C. via Danville, cahburg and ~hr a
M-.D-, bottesville. Also, on 5 and 53 he
tween Charlotte and Richmond.
his ad 'Nmbers 47 and 48 run solid betwee.. At
>m his gusta and Florence and carr P-allmai
equen- ler between Augusta and Wlrningto,
rdials;' G. R. TALCoT r'.ntendent.
iPrtain M. SLAUGHTEa, General PWnger Agt.
rer, no D. CiuDWELL, Ass,~t GenrWsal Passenge
ma ~Agent, Columbia, S. C.
nto Asheville and Slparts aba'rg BallroadJ
SPARTANBUTRG, S. C., September 1, 1881.
spe, to On and after Thsrrsday. September 1. 28S1
or,passenger trainS will be run daily (Sunday
excepted) between4 Spartanburg and Hen
0., dersonvinle,as fo'lows
UP TRAIN.
W. Y. LeaveR E.& D. Depot at Spartanburg.4.20 p n
ol..y. Arrive at Hendersonviile.........7.80 p a
DOWN TRAIN.
Leave HendersonvlHe............ 8.80 an2
look ArriveR. &D. Depo,partanbur.2.00 m
e their Both trains maeconnections for Colum,
ecome bla and Charleston via Spartanburg. Unior
tot imi- and Columbia andAtlantaand Charlotte bj
pover- Air Line. JAMES ANDBESON,
-oe Superintendent.
na W. H. WALLACE
reot Attorney-at4Law
aNEWBER-RY, S. C.
Sri -
The -Gro1
.ALARGE THREE S
Only Hotel with Eli
Only Hotel w
CETMAL OFFICE OF
MRS. EMl
PROP
NEWBI
1 --
This commodious and spacious Ho
cooerm.
Tbe Fruiiture of every description
i persons patronizing the esablishment a
The Rooms in this Hotel arpaci
Hotel in the up country.
one ot the Bestsample Roas in i
All hores entrusted to our care wi
TERaDi, E
I The Table .ball be furuished with
M.L.KH
'CLB U
* I tei -in:lspin may a
a chand t Ii-Vt.o-f ot
FALL -AD W
For Men; fTonzt.- guys, .. hC,
BEPA 3 mitridW. B'SEUMn,
Fine lipe f .
GENTS" FUSMR??G
GENTS'A
Ken1 - %U and Ovi
Youts S4ui
- 01 and-eamine my -too '
gW All orders addrepssd to o
Opposite Gran~d Central,
- 1ry Good
honever yua viSC uL
uas'11 at that store s<
o'il find it will pay.
nMaini St., it is, Nau
fJsefrIl, fresh and attrae
jew, stylish and lastinj
(oo<. bargains in Dry 4
COOLUl\
I uly 27, 21-tr.
SPK&E1
SAW 1IHLLS
THE A.?ER~IC
L Parties w1!hing the a"->cve, address
SPEAKE & B]
JdE . .R.. KRNtEST MERCE
CULBREATH &MERCHAN
Attorneys - at - La
NEWBERRY, S. C.
gg' Will practice in the State and
Ser a: Cburts. Aug. 1A .2-6
'owing 'Sugar Cane and in nee'd of
ugN E?MILLS AND EVAPoR ATFO
.nd it to their interest to call ori
be 'ore making purchases, as I amD agel
on -of the cheapest and best 7Sactori4
tracutrym.P BOOZE
July 19, 29-4L.
NRWI YORtK 8tIOPPI
,Everybody is delted with the tas
ac 1 beautiful selection unsc~1e by Mrs
mw-,hlo has KEVIa nIXzIan to
coo omers., New Fall eireular jus is
Sen. I for it.
Add ress MRS. ZL &A
teL - --
weell Hofel
TORY BRICK BUILDING.
letric Bells in Newberr
nth Cistern Water.
TELEPROn ECZLNG
[A F. BLEASE,
RIETROSS',
.R1Y. S. C.
el is now open and fully prepared to enterain
is New, and no efort will be spared to make
6t home.
ite, iell lighted, and the best ventilated of I
he State.
:1 be well cared for t Christia &Sith'sStak
.00 PEU DAY.
the very best. Nov. 2,44-13
einds and the public generally, that I have
INTER CLOTHINGI
Pr been in tho City, -and the GAODR RA
ilNM SMALL PROFIT' AND QUICK "LES.
GOODS AND NECK WEA
IS LATEST STYLES.
INE SHOES.
ercoats.
ts and Overcoats.
ys' Suits Ad Overdot
'eft i- the CiRy.
4 will receive prompt atenio
- COLUMBA, S
R and &iliseM.
Lr Capital City,
neat and so pretty,
ou to enter it too,
ber 132.
tive the goods that we keep,
, and everything cheap,
ods on our counters are flung
?. J. Young.
DEALE3 DT
DND MILLINEI
oN STREET,.
tBIA, S. C.
STHE~ FAMOUS
AN 'RUIT DRYER.
10.,~ K Sna VT.OS
T, Under shirts and DrawE
Will Ctrre 'Rhenimatism I
Ard a,re m,anifacLIrred by
LANGLEY BROS.
Fed- g o t iiiso , 8
-AT VERY REA$oNABLE RATES
oe.. 19. 42--2m* .
A, E cho large enbudh -t j4dsi1
me ladies 'ho wifl teach 1!alk!ish ordnel
s for LatiC. Music orr Pino, Orgin at4<6i
~sin Kindergairteni Sy,ftni, Geliseth.eis
Fancy W'ork.
. For fu:-ther informatio, nq~r at
HERALD OFI
.. sepL. 8, 39-tf.
SOdt, e SWOPDy,s
elto conquer time. e a
- Ardr,arve,
HARDWAR
LADOW DISC P.iLVERm
- THOMAS SJOOTIG, TVOVAS PIT
LAN .HRO
THE AMERlE BARNA N #ft-qWLW'
BV
Gen-aie Farmibers'red
-Fo.SALE
STEEL BULL TONGUE& SCOOTR -
BOLTS GRASS BOD& AIOGETRM, I
HO US KEPlNG GOODA, CARPENTEI
ISTSand BLACZSMiTI
Rl. -A FME ASSORTM
INGIusE, maNaICaJ I
all
uMUZZLE AND BREECH
,Y-STAE AgNT F
. KEMP'S MANURE AND CttQ
bsay m. S
~' na~LIawsamaa sbuiaam us n4a7
SPEZIM WR=,ZDRUI" 1M
R, BART &cO.,:. -,
Nov.%,23-IV. j
'For en THWOAT
LYE. Itsao a)&miderpdm. ~
Doobee~ di
e .URCK M0 A
8 w . wf-*- W,8u8
At thes~ a.W cbr Jewe01
Ibhave now on hand alarge and elegant
assrtment of
Silver and Plated Ware,
TI0MN1 GillTE STR
-All orders by mail prouapty a*eddt.
Watekuakkng aieg3arg~
Done Chaply and wih Dispateh. 1
OsEd and-exany stooland piee
EGUARI) SCHIOLTZ
Nov.231, 4l-tf-. -pt
ni 53d YEAR
A COMPLETE NOVEL I EVET ISSUE.
Besides inusual rich artar of WashiDD, Ar
and LiZrary Matter.
Only $!Peper Year.
Subscript?nds wl1-be reediivc.atJitis Ofo
,in Clubetith tbli Paper. -
Te!siWassarBW.DandGODET'5LADY'S!tI
_Boa foron Year, at 30
Lo!Prsamnmae Olab3aisers: - so
ONCoyone veer... -
TH EE Opiesandsegravgto~
ral8*r.:....------"- - ... d
FOUEiopies andS3engravifnstoCiUh Ar
For a cllff FiVE,-seith a reinittauee
we will give one free epotea bl
dfs Book for one ye nany G-of d
the engravings the 0111m15 may flA
Fora ttbof TE, withCYredecof 18 50 _
- we will giveofeoO of the Ladys
Book for oneyS -pigsn
.handsome earvnlU
For a club ofT WE,with-arremit- fo.a
tancoeof.....-- .--- .-- --- . . 0
wewl give one.co'O theLays- Sd
For I aal ab ENT with a~ lO remik
we tin ofub heSl Lad sh We
e wnyenire 20en- wh
o ayndeyu ow;ndseetfio. S Nt.C
8peeo coy of Lady's Book sent free o?11
oclbraisers only- i r
Address all coimmunications5, - 'Oi
FUBUiSHERS BODET'S ADY'S 80g, C
E2.STOKES & O D ORSEY
LBOOK BiNDERS, -n.
wire
Best
in
Wel
. PAPER RULERS,
gR Yre ig
ad W ULrh ~ Jt
~Gal
* -*1.- fi.~f o c
-B ei
Pc.
~RO
~G A4ROWQ
YALO STANDAith8c
is' COOPE ABZ
8TOOL
LOADINiG
O
as
ra.yan_as en
e.ASMu G
zxl'tRotteuru Wh
h.:abe ce.
s ~cto-day.
ceaagrs1oiczT
~sss ab~ot Ir. ieti
tanldcalersiadru, Ne:.emc
ieo raz&C N4 Y. .1-'c
m.SATaNG.3UDiEE90~
**
ifoe
I CbyG UESSt Wb~
. S. Pten OfEce
Dns, and refereWWN?W
OnState,~ fOS
tor,r& o n.the
0aa MILL -33
,-- bipM aie
Oher fsz aMg
ot ok siendse audin -
ned ie - qmiXb.
]u3t obrdm.1

xml | txt