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gEDAY;:YDFC. 21, 1882
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AAe Phobae CO.
I. A. CarH6e-To ReRt.
Fast & 9cWbirtr-So1iCe.
. Resse-JUst eived
yonaJohn Pope-prodma'o" -
Jainese- .Vics~Foal Guide.
sp cask Storea
Jno. ~ ~ - I. Bawl--h ai eat 0
PECIAL NOTICE.-Business Io
a in ts loca ouq3 are inmsrted -a
Oe rate of 15 cent Per ;iw eade.. sw
. iMr-es; lotices f meetings, coM
MWlicatios relating to. versonaZl inter,
eas tribues of respect, . . are dargez
as reglar advertisements at $1 pei
gicp-of administratior, and othe
e 'otices;'abitar'ies, tributes, of re
peta,d otices of meetings, a& well a
OM0muicatOMis of a persoa characte
ut5e paid for in advance
Tl.subwiption priceof th.. Berak
4 2.woft.r o, $A.60 for a%
maonuB,4 eeniis for ihree -months am
25eaUtforne minntA, -in advance
aim in fture toil not be placed or
4wset4jiptibookr.ftial the -cas. o
jb eq alent is paid.
All ~ oo Mmuinin eain t4
iqWl reSt:.4M-. be &
r" one dollar pe
-= :&ebM t . -tf
-lus laemy be found osL Us at GO.F
-= %(41WOSol" AdWertUdtg Bu
ren (1o sprei -) hre advertisingeon
trades mav be nu for it in New York.
Mr.-,L.-S..Bowers, poSL master a
p=--"M'y.-is,-ojr authorized agent a
Mr. BetGibson. of No. 2 Town
s$g, died Saunday. 17th instant.
Te Safest Way.
The zadt and surea way to restore ShA
Lfu,hful color.oI t,Oe hair is furnished b
ero's hir alaamw, which. is deervea
popular from its superior cleanles.
The:suggestion is made that all tb
sesin town. be closed on Christ=a
day, and a wise and wholesome sugges
tiona it is. Every one will then hav,
time to enjoy the day, the Christna
tarkey. and count tbecwst. Let no cot
ton be brought in Monday.
If you are in want of a good sewlan
uAhine, call Ou.D. B.. Wheeler. wb
bau "veal machines., and among then
the olebatedFowe.Sewing Machine
ftsperitv Dramatic Club.
'We-ir under obligation for an invi
ftn to attend an entertainment b:
t6 Prosperity Dramin Club thi
~Unvak efenMg. It wiU Onswi ofU
b d vice Gratis, and a Comedi"tt
We hae no doubt i
:-be.& pleasant affair, judging by th
aNfl4lIW 1~oi~nA ,..lU~the seve
-Mr.- G. Maybin's Jersey O
"alof the Garden," arrived frons
l1bback, and- is thirteel
montbaod. Mr. Maybin paid $250 fi
er, and is pleased with his purchase.
aloere. r 'J w naiik
* P&as and&ed to me are earnstl:
iej&eJo call and settle by the 11
*iISoar4 ~Thooe: who fail to seti
0tomake saisafactory arrangemfeni
h.daeneed expect no furthe
~wed. '~W.T. TARRBANT.
Sunday night Policeman Sill whil
oighis rounda-diseovered that one<
the- ecton asa on the platform neo
on& gn.EO eloed it offthe patfOrn
5aegtlirn up iomoanOWt bar
ptout. the fire. A narrow escaj
agan. The cotton muat have been a
on fire. -
,W, Q, Ge...henow-but three
tbtieflne-yoeng Moles for sale. Thb
e&.e bought chep, and now is t
~tal.tg8t-a bargrain. Call on him
McFall &s Satterwit's,. be will sht
them to you 50-2i
Mr. garten Guin near Gary's Lar
Es Jeftband was caught in the saws
gib and the hand sind arm~were t
afnHItytnangled.a : Dr. J. W. Folk dre
~plthe wound, and placed the torn ft
b n placesawell as possible h
ing to use .sixty-nine stitches for1
plurposne.'The hand may - be save
het it .vllt never be of much usen
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST .
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge, and if
fails to supply you, address the I
-- David E. Foutz, Baltii<
I7For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
The Lutheran .Smnday School
hayve a Christmas Tree. loaded'i
prtsents for the good children. Mon
.nigbt at the church. There will
be a concert.- -
The Associate Reformed Sun
School: will celebrate their Christi
with a-beautiful tree-of wonderful b
ing capacity, Thursday evening of
week,.at the church.
eso tie ppazaceof Vielr!s F
Guire, which is0n our desk, we-sL
. a .ha&-tfe yogalchs. are -e
of tbv- old bool,ateJiats N4
widittJithogtaphed cover is b
-some e6oogh for thapurlor table
isrinted --o the best paper, has
colored .plates of Flowere and Vei
bles, and. fall of usefol informa
- Thiiswio 'arenfd 16 cent.forlt es
AAisapointed, as the plates aloa
wtti tb6laiount. ~ Address as in
wen'taihiand Fe er, anBIO
er is to cor9 the mnostobsnd
digcases wheie Qninne ada
errremedies had failed. Theyar e
expressly for matarious sections -n
boxes, two kinds of P'ins,--eontai
strongcarhartic and a cIdfl1 breaker,.
Icoated; contains no Quinine or Mel
asing no griping or pugn;the;
miht and efaclos. -c~si in 4I
and harmless in arecasQa;teyUc
cleanse the y ,4band-~ new
tone to the -oy Asa.ShO4a
ter equal is ZtDOW; un*bOx
a tonderifl oeBoOn-teerh a
., .inn. l.E
IT IS A FACT
Beyond poradventure or dispute, ths
the loveliest, eheapest and most elegan
XMAS, NEW YEAl
Ever brought -to Newberry, are nom
and- will be on exhibition at
Santa Claus' leadguarters,
Pelham's Drug Emporium,
Ur To save 1mon-ey call at Head
quarters.. . 48-tf
The best Tonic and Appetizer*in use
kants.Calasaya Bark and Iron. Tr3
Will be. Christmas, and there is not j
. bey or girl in the land who does no
look forward to that day with joyfu
anticipations; they have our best wishe
that their hopes be all realized, and
that the kind %nd generous Santa Clau
-will not overlook any one of them. Thi
HERAiD hopes that every stocking hunj
up may be filled with just -such thing
as they have set their hearts on anc
been longing fortbese weeki.and weeks
Merry Christmas to you all, dear chil.
And the HERAi woald not forge
the older folks; our felicitations ar
also exteded to them. May this sea
son bring only joy and peas" to ever]
heart 1within reach of the HsRkWj'
teachings, and our intercourse as editoi
and subsoriber be as pleasant in the fa,
Lure as it has been in the past. Merr]
I Christmas to all.
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathart'<
Pills, pleasant to take. sugar-coated; nc
*grlIing; cmly 15 cenus a box. of. Draut
ob anl. Standard Cure Co.. 11 Aassax
Street. New York. Jun. 1, 2-Sm.
Newberry Lodge, No. 355, K. of H.
At the it regular meeting of New
berry Lodge, No. &5, 9. of H., the fo
lowing oflicers weze electd to servo
P. D.-Geo. S. Mower.
Die.-J. E. Chapman.
Asst-Dic.-Jas. F. Kilgore.
.Chaplain.-M. A. Carlisla.
Repmrter.-A. C. Jones.
Financial Reporter.-W. T. Wright
Treasurer.-L. M. Speers.
Guide.-Geo. W. Holland.
I Guardian.-J. H. M. Kinard.
Medical ,xaminers.-Dr. Jas. Mo
Intosh and Dr. & F. Fant.
Trustees.-S. P. Boozer, E. .Chal
mers and D. B. Wheeler.
Representative to Grand Lodge.-A
I Alternate.-S. P. Boozer.
Spelal Ann ceseaot.
ED"OON IN PRIOE.
D We offer the Higo in goplmination wit
the American Agrivourist for $ a ye&
wbich includes poitage on bot. IN AD
DITION. we will send iree to every persol
who take both papers, a,Miaguifi.tient Platu
.Euraving of DUPRE'81last Great Painting
STHg MEADOW," now on exhibitioi
inYork, and offered fo, sate at $6,00C
Th . Artist, F. S;CBURCH, writ
igto a trien c ountry last October
thsalludes to this .
".... I was delightee '-omrigt
see ofered as aPremiunm a rejT , e
a v ery asutiful Picture, "IN
DOW,"' by Dupre. This Picture is a
FThis superb engra~ving (17b by. 12 inches
teclusive of' wide border) is worth mior
-than Lhe cost ot both Jourbals. It is moun1
ed on treaT Plate Paper, and seat se-cure1
- packed in uTbes mnade expressly for th
purpose. When to be talled, 14:este e:i
ra is required for Packing, Postage, etc.
Frank Leslie's Popular Mo:ithlV.
LThe January nimber is of remarks
ble excellence,. and is in all respecti
r what a magizine ought to be; the art
s eles are exceedingly interestifl as
,instructive; the stories, sketches, etc
-bighly entertaining; the poems posse
a much merit, and the miscellany is mc
t comprehensive. -.The War Cloud1
Europe" (fifeen illustrations); "I
cheP" (eight); '"Life in Florence" (six
of "A Polyesizan Kingdom" (twenty-on
sy and "A Bar of Iron" (with its nine
elustrationls) are by popalar writers, at
at replete. with interest and informatia
iw The fine serial "A Whited Sepulehri
-is continued, and there are short storli
sketches. adventures, etc., by M.
Caldor, Ac M. Douglass. M. F. Ay:
ie; Mrs. M. A. Denison, etc. "Willhs
tb. Penn and the Philadelphia Bi-Cente
of nial" and "The Looking-Glass" cia
r- particular attention. Eacb number
ma this -popular periodical contains I
ish quarto pages and over 100 illustratlo
y. together:with a-beautiful colored pl
be frontispiece. "Be Gbod Again," i
pd; title of the present one, is a gem. 'I
my price of a single copy is 25 cents; ye
ly subscription, $3. postpaid. Addr
Mrs. Frank Leslie, Publisher, 53,
OR and 57 Park Place, New York.
ro. A Very Cood Thing
re, To have in every home, by everybc
old and young, in the country and
lage. and in cities as well. A mat
of condensed ' information, both us
ill and trustworthy, with a Thousank
vith more Engravings, illustrating lal
day saving methods and devices in the Fl
also in the Garden, and in the Househ
Animals, Plants, etc.;-with many la
day beautiful Pictures; Illustrated Stc
na for and Instructive Talks with Boys
ear- Girls; Plans of Houses, Barns, and 4
text Buildings, writh Specifications.
these, and much more, will be fon
the 42d Volume of the American A
CUtUrISt, now beginning, and at
a cost than, aywhere else in the W4
ald Its expou oflHumbugs, a most
hips. cable feature, -is to be pushed witl
sde creased avigi e., To the prey
mud- staff of editors anid constributors' n
It additions are imaW nadoi, including
bree bet wr'iters.^all'over te eountry.
eta- ts -prime, thiyth# anters Ii
Lion. votne, more -vagoros1han:ee,
ot na1i' writers, neWr artit. ne dress
are Though prepaid at..argers#pena5
past most $3 and $1 magazine, itJs,o
te its immiunse circulation, suip;
pot-paid,. fo'$1.50 a year, anid 14
c t lobs-either ]Faglish'ot German ed
Single numibers,'15 cents. One s
on-mea, giost-paid, 6 cents;. A plate
of Dupre's last great pam ,~g "Ii
oble M~anow,"..15 apre td each
Lng a ly sabeesriber. Address Publishe
K American Agric*dCsrist, 751.Broa
- r NewYork. -
ay .ow She. Saved Her-Oarling.
Imd shall not feel so nervous
dint baby's teething," writes a grateM
?.ave i.Weaynos lot.or 'darhang fr
iidintum,. but happily heard of Pa
nitby giger Tonic in time.g A, few spc
-ittl soon cured baby, and in oecastena
k.ey us in good besih.-Book|
It is customary to issue in some cases Tf
only a half sheet Christmas week. and
a few newspapers make no issue-at all.
takiug ahwbole- week's holiday. The
ELzaaA however, will appear without
curtailment of its fair proportions. Be- at
sides this we.will issue a holiday sup- ,
plement some time during the week. en
We hope this enterprise will be appre- hil
ciated. .:. -is I
With the Now Year to
The HERALD commences a new vol- de
ume., and we suggest that this is an ap- na
propriate time for commencing sub- Of
scriptions. The HEALD has grown in,
with its years -Int'public favor, and tat
will no doubt continue to merit the es- So
teem of its friends, at leas it will be no m4
fult of its proprietor if it does Ot- e
But we will not be satisfied ntil every at
reading man and wman in The County a
have given us their'nAmes. We want w
a good, a generous set of for the year th
188 . Shall we not have it? tr
Holiday Supplement. -tor
This paper will Ne sent t subscris In
on Friday, thereby enabling those who id
receive the paper by mail to got it be- te,
fore Christmas, that they may read and e
enjoy It in eomforton that day. City bei
subght-bers and all others who a take ar4
- twill be furnished, in the afternoon- mi
It- will contain, besides a limited num
ber if Cdvertisements of our wide awake thl
and liberal merchants: A Visit from co,
St. licholas; The Protested Note, Or sh<
Peter Kinkel's New Year Calls; A thi
Christmas Pl w Pudding; Outlines of coi
a- Christam Romance; Christms die
Thoughts from Dickens; After Christ- W4
was; Blazes-his Christmas; -A .Sad pr<
Cristmas; Christmas tides; Filling Cai
the Sto ings; A Merry Christmas, and
way oater choice selections
A limited nuber of cards, atr
in this Thursday morning, will be pf
placed in the supplement at reasonable
Miss Maud Boozer, wh eas been at- wi
tending school In Charleston, returned inj
hose Monday. so
Con. W. D. Hardy came up Satur- m
dayrand spent Sunday athome. He re- rY,
turned to Columbia Monday. be
Mr, and Mrs. Yost Meetze, of CHar- st
leston, came up Monday -on a visit to n01
their bromher, the Senior or thehri tb
Capt. McHardy, son of Admiral M - mc
Hardy, of London, paid a visit bact th
week to hisl unt Mrs. l. J. Jon . be
Mr.' B. J. Hamaige, Jr., reached home O
Saturday from Johns Hopkins Univer- th,
sity, CUtimore. yo He will rturk Tues. pe
Cadets James M. Kinard, Harry H. of
SBlese and Silas J. McCanghrio, Is at nu
home mrm the Citadel for the Christ- tri
mas holidays.3. Se
Hon. Geo. Johnstone cape up sar. g
Sda nigt on freight and went back col
day -night the same way, not miss- ca
ing any session of the House. an
If you will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35tf ea
f Newbr College--Meeting of the Trus
The Board of Trastees of Newberry
Colleae met in Newberry hursday
dobned unerof thBadenghabsinthe Hon. Br
ie. e,fdg hase-Pesient.hanresd. T. yo~
d. teRer. They h wil odas election
oon,ana Agenl reopen btsies Academy.
he orprayltr prouutifel fhe acutrio
th Collee il betotinued uer eachw- a
.Cmen tt omps o the Collegeb
~. SCQtYand? omaniittee om - the
oar ohe Trustees. eadacmiteb
-e w nftf themad
whseb 'thNofne A c onvenea d t Coelony
combinelia uhern echrch iday. ol y
e,buidng, has2 beenwashaped.it Th ti
usal fochrg. Te fllhowin eberso
soon;er pn lrese pev.n teck Acdem. P. o
f ato. bej eleEpng by the Standing
28o.mm. iet, Jm o ofM hCollgeD
Fa,ulid RiardL Sa owmtee fm The
BoeEard feTrsteaes. Derc n E
d eThe confor offnersesltolon
were chrieent Rev. J. Stock. D. D,']
Bee sdent;ghRev. H. S. Wingard,RSer.
5 aRahnd Mj. J. Epting, G.rB.aCrrer
The Toneauen.r or repor ted4 inh
The question (1) -"How shall we best
ydevelop Lay co-operation in the Church
rI Work;" and (2) "The urgent need of
el our Southern Church" were earnestly
ful discussed by the different members of
or. The following . recommendatin of
ld, synod was endorsed and its execution
>d, urged open- the pastors of the confer
rse n"We recommend the setting apart of
done service in all our charges of the
)ut- first Sunday after Epiphany to our col
All leges and seminaries preaching a ser
in men on the subject (lack of ministers);
o ffring special prayer for our instito
less tions of learning; asking the- Great
rd -Head of the Church to send more Ia
t- borrs into His vineyard, and also take
in- up a, collection for beneficiary educa
yConference resolved to appropriate
the to Mr. M. M. Kinard, abenefliary_of
In our synod, the sum of $67 to aid him
4d ihis studies at Newberry College..
ith The next meeting of cojference will
tc. be held at St. Luke's church on Friday
than before the fifth Sunday in April, 1883.
-ig The opening sermon is to-be preach
lied. 'd by Rev. J.. A. SHigh; the Sunday
as to sefRon by Rev. J. Steck, D. D.; Sun
de n. .-school addresses to be delivered by
peci- hvs. Sligh.and Bolland.
opy Re-v. J; Hawkins, D). D., was appoint
TEE ed to open the discussion on ti subject
~r The Restoration oftbie Jews."
a of During conference Rev. G. W. Ho.
wa,land preacbed from, U Peter 1. 6-7;
Rev. J. SteekG D. D., oin the XVII Art
-of the Aogsburg Confession. After his
otdisouiue, which. was:deliverod on Sab
ir.the members of copference and thi
dea larger part of the.afidience.participa
onuiting. At the conefosida ofthesacramen
Stal solemnities, the President. in du
!ng~form. anounced the adjournment c
PARISH, DliTICT AND COUNTY."
a Lecture of Mr. B. J. Ramage, Jr., B
fore the South Carolina Historical
rhlecture of Mr. B. J.-Ramage, Jr.
tbe. South Carolina Hall last evening
a delivered before a cultivated audi
m, and was attentively beard and
,bly appreciated. Mr. Ramage. wbc
native South Carelinian,has been de.
ine himself during the past two year.
the study of institutional history on.
r the auspices of the Historical Semi.
ry of the Johns Hopkins Universit3
Baltimore, and his lecture last even
r, which was delivered upon the invi
ion -of the Soutir Carolina Historical
:iety, treats of "Local self-govern.
nt in South Carolina, the parish, th
trict and the countv." The lecturer
the expense of much time and re.
6rch, has compiled a valuable papej
ich gives a remarkably clear view ol
birth and growth of the parish sys.
a in the Province of South Caorlina,
,ether with the causes leading toit
mation and the laws governing it,
like man,ior the subsequent forma.
3 and government of the district sys.
. in middle and upper Carolina 11
plained. The jealousies and conflicti
ween the parishes and the districtf
recited. and then as the tide of im
ration from other States peopled
per South Carolina more thickly and
wants of the people demanded local
is and local self gowernment it h
P% n L&LLu !L%..- a.i:,z ed it
formation of county courts and
inties. These again gave ~ place tc
tricts, which, by the reconstructiot
asures. were finally clinnged to the
sent county system. The lecturei
ries his description of the govern.
nt up to date. and takcs iliv oppor
dty to deprecate the lack of lcal
ol tazation and the too great area
1r. Ramage's -paper is one of a saries
ontributions to Historical and Polit.
1 Science.. prepared hy the mnpmberm
the Johns Hopkins University. and
J be republished from the proed.
;s of the South Carolina Historical
dr. Ramage is a native of Newber.
S. C.. and was graduated at New.
ry College in 1880. Since that date
has been devotin. himself to the
dy of Institutionai History under the
picies of the Historical Seminary o
Johns Hopkins University of Balti
re. That Seminary is . preparing,
ough the special work of its mem
s. a series of studies on Historical and
litical Science. Some of these studies
published in the first instance by
University. Others are to bs to,
nted frcm the pioceedings of arned
ieties, magazines, &c. The purpose
the series is to bring together, iv
mbered monopraphs, kindred con.
utions to Historical and Political
ience, so that individual efforts ma
in strength by combination and be
ne mone useful as well as qrpo
sible to students.-Carkston'Wo
I Courier, 151h.
Vant's Female Regulator cures all dis.
;es peculiar to females. 35-tf
rious and all About.
ro-day is the Winter Solstice: th
rtest day of the-year.
4To matter what ;our aiitsent is.
own's fron Bitters will surely benefi
Sir. WV. P. Harmon killed ahog i
days ago that weighed 600 pounds
ieveral of the Newberry law' vers arc
lessr. Leonard &* Mean., l:ar. fin
ed paintng Zionl (Metbo tist) Church
ocket. Record Books, good for. ana
sr, as long as they last, and Pockel
tries, for s1le itt the lleFald atoreti. S
~~Nance. colored, killed tyr
0 yerod.ta weighet
ely oni 'e ' 4iemn en
Blank Books and Memo'a .
'all sizes and style's, amoe
-e the Crocodile backs, at Hea~V
Millers Almanac is not yet printe
y the.ppblishers. About the 1st wee
.Janury. we will have it for sal
rice 10 cents.
Tom Griffin, one of the colored me
ho were blown up by an explostorn?
welLat Dr. Brown's three weeks ag
ied of his injuaies Friday.
Mr. Ji C. Taylor, of Saluda 0
'own. will move to Newberry soo
Ie will manufacture pressedbrik, al
ril also carry on the mercantile bua
The HEnA.n has frequently urg
be pa of an ordinance imposing
kie on any person who leaves a hoi
md.. ehicle standing on the stre
without some person in charge. Sc
i ordinance is needed.
D. B. Wheeler offers to the put
Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats and I
oeds at greatly reduced prices.
sides these he has afuill line of cho
Groceries, and is the agent of seve
Sewing Macbines of approved maki
Call on him.
Mrs. Stoudemeyer has cur thanks
a bountiful supply of the nicest sansa
and liver pudding we have had 1
year. She knows how to make
links and how to apply them to g
advantage, the way to a man's hi
being through his stomach.
Messrs. Elbert H. Aull and Jno.
Jones, after a successful examinal
before the Supreme Court, were
mitted te practice in all the Couri
the State. Mr. D. Oscar Herbert
also admitted on motion, having k
admitted to the Bar in Georgia.
We bad the pleasure of seeing a
eect love of a second-day's wed<
dresslast week. It was made of b
slky heavily and elegantly trim
with chenille fringe, and was mad
Mrs. Miram Hunter, to adorn the
son of the charming Miss B
The King of Denmark is truly
trnal monarch. Finding that dc
the recent severe weather the
foot guards, were suffering greatly
Clds and Coughs. this good old ge
man ordered'a supply of Dr. I
Cough Syrup .for them and -nei
sentries are happy.
iens for Sale.
.Blank Liens for supplies end.for
for sale at this office.
. .The Columbia kegister will be
ed with the HE=nAWas follows:
- yegister and H aw.r $6.M
.ekl R egister and Heearn $5,
-n Reead Hunaa.i $8.76.
fWyTeornan and BaL
That BRowN's IRON BrTns
will cure the worst case
Will insurea hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child,
fulness,and lack ofenergy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other rnalarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., Balinmere De. IS.
For six years I have een a
sufferer from Blood ia'
- se she
s i etogive IaL
and have not fo 60 V in a
year as I do at the th,
BROWN'S IRON BITrERS
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one WI
peods "brAng up," thaa
any medinue made.
The grcat superiority of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over
all other cough remedies is attested
by the immense popular demand
for that. old established remedy.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
. oarseness, Croup,Asthma,NrQP
chitis,Wlh Couah, Incipient
Consump:ion an' ' - ef of
conrsmi. persons in a'V,
stags o Jth 17 i,r .sale
- - . p . .... - c. ---ns
INZWaIRRY, S. C., Dec. 20, 1882.
Ordinary ---. . -----------..... a
By J. N. MARTIN&
ShB oul~de, Prime New.........
DRY SALTb ETS- 1
n. Sides, Long Cleat......... - a IJ
U ~XTncanvassed Hams.......-14
- Cavassed Barns, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf, in Teres....-------. 1
SLGAR, in Buckets........... 16 -
a rowdere.-....----- 16
Granulated Standard... 124
Bt ExtraC......----- 11
b Cofee C.-.- --------10 -
* Yellow..................- 10
New Orlean..-..----------- 10
7New Orleans Srp, new crop, 93
New oAasMolasses. 50
Cuba Molasses.... 60
rl Sugar House Molasses. 40
r. Gunpowder......-...--- 0
,or RfE~oasted or Parched.....20
ig- Best Rio........ -- ---- 5
Lb. vNEGA ~ ....
White Win VInegar.. 66
B. 3"Bolted. . .~~~-.
- Unbolted..-.....-------- 1.1-4
DE BAR-EY.-.----------....... -1.50
0 STAECANDL......-.-- 11
CONCENTWA'rD LYE... -- .. 10
Nr oESFORD'81 BrnGdPoWDEE 2
lng SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER.. 35
kATTE GEEASE.-......... ..~ 10
0 T B C O..- ... --.. - ------ 60.
AROw TIES. bunch....-.-- 2 00
er SLICD RR TIES..-.1 .25
-, of EED CLOVER SEED-per l....-. 20
EDOATS-per in.......-.-- 0s4
WHEAT, per ba--..-...--.-.. 1 a
BRAN, per 100 lbs.......--------. 5
til's' I w ill alI on-Zzt: Saleday, Monday,
the ary la, l883, before~ the Court Hc
within the legal hours of sale, if not
before that time, that valuable tract ofI
rnt One Hndrhed Aeres
more or.less, known as apart of the i
Jack Plan:ation. Forty acres are eli
b-and the - balance in pine and oak di
lab Ontheplace isa tenant's frame houue
a Water Mill.
*r- Parties wishing to examine 'this
Daily :will call on the undersigned.
Terms miade known on day of sale.
L.D tJ. GLENN RIKAI
XWry Goois an Mer oeess.
Ben H. Cline& Cos
We take great pleasure in informing our
friends and the putgic generally. that we
are prepared this season TO EXHIBIT A
LAIRGR AND MORE ATTRACTIVE
Than we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE, a
though every day we are making new ad
ditions which will be kept up through the
Plaids and Stripes,
Black Dress Silk,
Black Trimming Silk,
Colored Tiimming Silk,
Black, Brbcade Silk,
Colored Brocade Silk,
Colored 8atip -
We invite special.attention to our
G3ts' Firaishing Departiest,
which is now complete.
Polite and c9urteous attention given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
When visiting the City don't fall to cal
and see us.
Sep. 7, 8u6-tf.
- Legaul bales.
tTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Haret F. M s The
Newberry AgricultUmi a
By order of the Court, dated 29th No
vember, 1882. 1 will sell, at Newbenly Court
oue, on the First Monday in January,
A. D. 1883, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, the following property of the de
fendant, to wit: Lot of Silver Plated Ware,
and all that lot of land, with the buiidings
thereon, situate in the Town of Newberry,
i the said County and State. contaming
Eight and Three-fourths Acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of George John
atone, by Pratt Street, Hunt Street and
the purchaser anda
ises, with leave to the pur
whole in cash. .Purchaser
DNE B. WHEE opay
Sherffs Office, flec. 8, 1 8 .C
STATE OF SOUTH st. 50-8t
COUNTY OF NEAROINA
By virtue of sundry e BERRY.
rected, I will sell, at c
on the First Monday (utions to me di
A. . 1883, at public p-berry Court House,
eat bidder, all that iraeay) in January,
said ('ounty and utcry, to the high.
Hundred and Fiftet of land situate in
and bounded.bj,lStt, containig One
cob LivingstOn, DfiAcres, more or less,
ers. Levied on aads of H. M. Singley, Ja
Werts, at the suit. D. H. Werts and oth.
Tas--ash a the property of Henry
pn. 'of George G. DleWalt.
*Purchaser to pay for pa
I will sell, *
all that tract of
and Sate, conu the same time and place
fifths Acres, mtoand situate in said Countl
lands of Mrs. J' ing Fifty-two and Four
le, Robert Lu e or lees, and bounded b2
as the prope . P. Crosson, Adam Kib
at the suit of er and others. Levied or
Taxs-0 of Martin Luther Kinard
pers. Pheeler & Moseley.
~ il* Purchaser to pay forpe
place, all t
M said Count3 sell, at the same timaean
S Acres, ao of land situate in th
of . L~. K' .State. containing Fifty-si
Cannon an iss, and bounded by lane
perty of th Adam-Ribler, Lra. J. I
Herry Stu ert Lr.Ievied onassthe pr
.25Kibler and Martlicab Jathis, at the suit
Tass--ash . ther, agans
Sherifras O0fie, Sth
125 j'narkeys and
= ~Ten or twelve, one and a half
year old Turkeys, and a hundred dozen
Eggs wanted. Apply at this offce.
Dec. 14, 50-2t.
an, All persons indebted to the, undersig
must settle in full by the Birst of Jant
next. -No further credit or indulgence
sbe given until the above -terms ae c
lack plied with. S- F. - N
ared Dec. 7, 1882. 49
atA position as Assistant Teacher, or I
ipof aFree School, by a lady hol
, r Grade Certineate. Inquire at
~D HRAL.D OFFIC
WILCOX, GIM8 & CO.'S MANII
Are acknowle e b everybody to be the
And their Igents throughout the Coutry.
TO THE PEOPLI
DECL.A RED ,
SY TWE DEMOCAATIC A
You can at all times find the BES
HEAVY AND DOM
Also, a full line of CA
Frenck and American Ca
SOLD AT PRICES TO
A large and choice selection of Chi
at low prices.
g Call and convince youraf.
Nov. 30. 48-tf. UNDI
Pianos aed Orgafs.
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versw it eberr athPb
I B*""*KS * STTO.-E,Y
FE hadACY. AlbumLs
* 1 *1 *
VM88S & CO'S ATE,
P.s-r FEjnLZZM4 in M16.*Ad are soid low fr
1n credit-, with eotton Option, by
WILCOX, C18S& CO.
charlesto, 8. c, and Samah, s.,
E OF NEWBERRY
A ND DEICD
WD REPARLICAN PARTIE?
O PERA . I-IOCTSE
N .D WELL ASSORTED STOG19-f
81, Makerel, Etc.
ady,. WwoaIe. "ad e"aiL
rs, Large Variety.
st=Ms and Holiday Goods
ER NEW OPERA MOUE
.E A CATTL
a cemts I'y e~ ees.ndat
)'oatr FewdesWEt nt
D~ rea t~ Ptshsnesn
I o~s O85i Clus it thsEpr
~ jyss ok! WUsnLs to G&AbWa
TWOcopesa egrvi o chU t
For Clubs E witht Paitte -
- ,d$sBOofor oYand atpe
eLecbrt. u uIina
Ta hadoead1epvg aclb
*FOUr cub of EN, waigvnth a lub '
-t ac e r............ ...;,
Potsclubof FVE,wth rmt -
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frsee ilgieoe copf th La
ga Book for one year, theentirbe 0e
we- wlieton te pubf hls y
U. on mayo makeu wn -Ii
Specme n cpafl ad sz o ea
Noy. 16, 46-if
I willrn for they yeri883
est bidder, at Newberry 0. I., on -.
ini January neCXt, a patatioop
Domi- dred Acres, on Eoree liver8i iii..4
privately before that date.
* ES. SARAH E. T'. O
Eze.mtrz of Pettus V. Chic&~
rise Dc ,49--4,
waed. I wll make afina settlment on themes.
s.'ate of Jacob Crouch, de~.4d the ro.
base Court for Kewherry coiuty the suah
da fDecember nt, at 10 o'lee'k hletbe
foreon,and imedaey thriwa -wiB
s aply or d:searge-saAdministert -
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