T. F. GRENEKER,
GEO. B. CROMER. EDrroRS.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THUISDAY oCT. I 1883.
A PAPER FOR TUB.PE0PLE.
UyNewspaper, devotedl to the material in
terests gf the people of this County and the
state. It cireulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium. offers unrivalled ad
teaes. iFor Terms. see first page.
R., G, U, N., E.,&A.R. R.
We feel that we are expected to
write an editorial on the projected
Rutherfordtown, Gaffney, Union,
- . Newberry. Edgefield and Augusta
Railroad, and we do not wish to
disappoint any reasonable expects
tion ; so here goes: "Look out for
the cars when the bell rings or the
- A BETTER PLAN.
The Railroad Commission created
a Standard Schedule of freight and
passenger rates, and at the same
time succeeded in creating general
dissatisfaction. The Columbia cor
respondent of the News and Courier
informs the public, froni time to
time, that the Commission is still
laboring-what the issue will be is
a matter of serious conjecture. From
all parts of the State we hear ad
verse criticism of the new schedule,
and it appears that in many places
the new freight rates are less favor
able to the public than those form
eriy adopted by the roads them
In the matter of passenger rates
the Commission .has gone far to
promote social equality among trav
elers. There are now no second
class rates, and the railway officials
say that they are not able to adopt
them, so low : have the passenger,
rates been placed by ihe Commis
sion. The -natural consequence is
that the negroes' crowd in among
the white passengers, and make the
interior of the- passenger coaches
exceedingly fragrant while they rer -
der traveling extremely disagreea
ble. The matter has called forth
much unfavorable comment, and
various remedies have been sugges
ted, amnong which this plan is of
ferd iythe Newsand Qourier:
J~This plan is to run a special
coach on every passenger train, the
seats in which coach shall be numn
bered and reserved for passengers,
ati an extra charge of. fifty cents
seat, irrespective of the distance
-travelled. Or, if preferr;ed. the fee
can be regulated according to the
distance travelled. Then when a
-passenger buys a ticket he can pay
regular fare of $3 90 to ColumWa,
for instance, and at the same t,ime;
iflhe wishes, get a reserved seat
coupon from the ticket agent for
fifty cents extra. In this way per
sons .travelling with ladies and
* children, or ladies travelling alone,
can secure themselves agamnst the
intrusion of objectionable travelling
In our judgment, a far better
plan. would be to abolish the R~ail
road Commission at the next ses
sion of the General Assembly, a,nd
go back to the old order of things.
SLAVES OF THEIR SERVANTS.
While the men are devoting their
* attention to the construction of rail
ways, and various other subjects of
various degrees of importance, the
wr omen of Charleston are trying to
devise some means by which they
can mend the ways~ of domestic ser
vants. One of them. writing~ to the
News andc Cour-ier, says tha~t good
wages, kin:iness and presents are all
thrown away upon servants;- that
in an exocnence of seventeen years
she has niever been able to find one
that wa- reliable, truthful and
sictly hone*st. It is her opinion
i,hat the resp:'nsibility for this con
ditiore of things lies with the em
-- plo: and she suggests, as a
red.that no ore should hire a
servant -'without f.rst having a refer
-Kence fro1ia their last employer." She
believes that the "reference'' plan
would give the good servants places.
and force the l>ad ones "to starve
- or do better."
If the remedy suggested by this
writer were adopted, we fancy that
the servants who have been making
her -experience of seventeen years"
would fare badly, for there was not
one good one, and therefore, not one
who could get a reference. The
ladies deserve our sympathy. but
they can derive little good from our
adv'ice, for an adequate remedy goes
beyond our wisdom. And yet a
remedy is sorely needed. "'Hired
* help" is ilred vexation. The aver
age cicred cook is surly, snappish
and thoroughly untrustworthy. lier
jaw" is something amazing and al
most as much to be dreaded as that
of-ancient Samson. even wheii he
wielded the fatal --jaw'" of an ass.
She knows that her s,
called by courtesy, wo ml
any inconvenience, e e
cook. She regards the huiban as
an uncertain, variable character that
boards with his wife-is engrossed
with. a yg s hI la. we
makes conspicuous in his table
talk as "-my business"-is religious
lv certain to find fault with an ill
cooked 'dinner,nea rlran
to hole .his'if ' responsible for it,
while she, _poor body, is afraid to
give the coo an order without
first giviai poto'y for it-and
will never invade the kitchen, or
assist his wife ii her domestic caur
paigns against "hired help."
Yes, the subject is a difficult one
-as important 'as it is difficult.
But while-we think 'that the "refer
ence" remedy is wgrth .trying, we
have little. pope of, satisfactory re
sults. If ' the. plan were: -adopted
and carried! bit, it would- i.oubt
edly accomplish good ; but there's
tbe rub. Some' years ago; the far
mers organized labor reform clubs,
and attempted to reform the conci
tion of plantation labor ;" but' there
was a lack ofproper co-operation,
and a want of unamijuity, ad the
effort came- to naught. - We:. give
this remedy which -is somewhat
patadoxical: T/71 bnly wa!rto get on,
well with l ire . itelp. is' to get on
wcitiout it on;the pri:ciple that
"pins have -saved many lives by not
being swallowed."- We. offer this
remedy because we know that it
will never be iptetl, and-exper
ment will .not prove, that it is un
CRIM.IN T IE ST,E.
A most diabolical outage wa
committed in .Orangeburg County
on last Friday. .A. negro fiend by
the-name of Wesiey--Butler took ad
vantage of a little 'olored girl hard.
ly .uiore than 'eight 'ears old, and
treated her- mosti shamefully. He
has been lodgedrirjail for trial. ,
On Sunday night last near Gard
ner's -Bluiff in Marlbaro' : County
Nrch Swvatt and-Jim Cope assaulted
rost Jacobs.: whereon the lattei
stabbed Swettin the-,shoaldei- with
a kiife;- and -as- Swett -and '0ope
were leaving the field: of battle they
were twice red: upon by 3aoobs.
but without effect.
A negro named Andrew Stantor
got his- -arm torn 'almost off by a
gin in Marlbbro'" County last week.
Large pieces of flesh were seen
hanging teo the"gino-saw after-the
In a drunken -frolic one nighi
last' week on- Mr. Tatum's Legette
place in Marlboro' County, Hanni.
bal Roland, colored, shot Joe Baker
colored, with a pistol, the ball 'tak
ing offect- fin the back of the head
'it is reported-:en' ethe streets -tha!
Baker is dead. Roland is in jail.
At- Red Bluff.'Marlboro' County
last week some-colb&ed person gave
what he -callda a idtival-and 'during
the evening a row occurr'ed in whict
eight or ten colored: persons were
shot, though .none it is -thought- are
seridusly- wounded; -The reasor
'several of them were not killed. is
said to be owning to the fact thai
most of the negroes used 2.calibre
pistols. - . . --
There erei eighteen- prisoners in
jail at- -Darlington- for trial at the
coming tenr of court.' two murdei
cases among them. The 'Necs-says:
Darlingtos County keeps up a bad
reputation in -this way, but mnany
of-the prisoners tried at our courts
are North Carolina negroes, so thai
our native population 'are not sc
bad as would 'be supposed .
A white man was put .in the
Orangeburg jail last -week on
charge of' beating his' .wife anc
On Tucsday night 'of last week,
in York County, James -D)ouglass
colored, cut Robt.-Smith. also col
ored, in' several praces,. inniioting
painful but not danglrous: wounds
it seems that on the niglit- i-n ques
tion Douglass's wife and Smnitl
were standing talking privately ii
D)ouglass's- y 'r.[he latter, see.
ing the two together, slipped ofT his
shoes and- seizing an axe stealthily
approached .Sanith 'and gave hiir
a lick with 'the -axe that knocked
him sn-aninzg- -upon - tihe ground
and t. ..cut a severe gash on hir
face. Seeing that the lick -had niol
been sufficient to produce death
Douglass whipped out a knife and
stabbed his victim-in several places
on-the body and left him for dead.
Hie did not 'die -however, and -at
last .accounts was doing very well.
Douglass has been bound over tc
-appear for trial on a charge of as
sault and 'battery with intent tc
kill. Douglass says he had reasor
to suspect that Smith was too inti
mate with his wife.
Heart affectionskidnev and livex
troubles affect nearly one-half. Yet
how many heedlessly pass througli
a shortened life giving no care tc
these complaints which cause the
human family 's'ch -great distress.
Does your hea'rtheat violently from
the least' -exeitemnent ? Have vou
fits of dizziiiess?' Does your back
ache ? Are your bowels cons 'ated?
These symptems are the fir-s we.rn
ings. Delay is dangerous. Be wise
in time. RlegaThperfect health by
using Browvn's iron Bitters.
'The quickest courtship on record
comes fro,m S'aif Antonio. . A muan
saw a widow for.-the -first time on a
certain mnorning~ ht noon he was in
troduce~.d to h&r. and ~3 o'clock in
the afternoon of the same day they
s n T'
r ry Li
l'nion in th State is ej cted to
send delega s. and represenamtes
from every emperance organization
are cordial invited.
- W tatSmrnith; of
il de l . the gentle Quakeress.
vo ' Ididdin;y' mitdt and
delight every listener, will address
stranger, for he 1, beftifu
book-"h ICh r . Ceoret tof
the grateful love of all who have
The railroads will sell tickets at
the rate of five cents a 'mile for the
round trip. Delegates will he en
tertained by thee ladies of Spartan
burg.-and are requested t4 wear the
badge' of membership. 'that they
may be recognized on their arriv:a.
All persons expecting to attenm the
Convention- 'are requestled to send
their names by the 10th of October
to Mrs.- Wm. K. Ila1ke, President,
or to Miss N. P. Farrow, Corres
pohding! Seeretai . jSpartanhurg.
. C'.-Ternpera,,ce Worir
HALP A INCH OF ldE .
PORT JERv Is. N. Y.. October 5.
Last riig was the .coldest of the
season.:- The thermometer. went
down to' 26. There 'vas .a 'heavy
frost, and ice half an inch thick
was formed. Many .grapes in the
Delaware Val 2y were frosted, and
the buckwheat and corn crops are
-total failures. The drought made
them late and the frost destroyed
Mrs. & Butler, Aiken, . S. C.,
says: -My -husband found 'relief
using' Brown's Iron Bitters for sick
:Warrants art ont'-against1 every
barkeeper in Grenville for violation
of the' hiw fofbidding' the us4 of
screars in front of thei' doors.
Augustus leller,. w:s born iii July
1$62, and died SepY. .21, 1S. Ilow
insteriiis are tlhe w ays of Proricenc
sometines. You see' it this -tee i
young man whose devotion to his
Father,..; and .now leeply beiavetl
stater w,.as..,:almir,khia guddek!y un
expectedUl' thken' "way',v' t4e iall
oi a lrci "flow-2 &d for 'the''loved
oies tAS atflicteYl 'to - reMgnize in
the bl'ow, the-.haud-..: a .merciful
God, and ,. loving l:her, a.nd yet who
can doubt it who believes what, the
Bible teehs in re-grd ' all tY dis
pens:ltions of Di.vine Providence. This
young man,, possessed" those traits;of
pharacter which wo the estecm and
affetion of all who .kile x iU" He
"s solier, induistrious. 'ti-utlhful aiid
strictly honest--b;t why *speak of
those; things which will bhly make the
beneaved oim iel .mord 'keenly' their
loss, - He .: ne..:. May, his. .rest. be
peaceful. G9 grauit tlpt this sore he
reavement rnav bes'uactifieY!'to th'e
goouiof'the 'li'ing. an'd the alilieted
family may 'hear tht voice of the Be
loved saying -"What I do tou -laiowest
not now, .but thou shalt, know hiereaf
ter." And ia they~.be g e to say,
"The tord gae 'nmd'the ILoid hath
tdken 'ifty, ; blessed "fe thie namne' of
the Lord. -- -
Ne ws will please.eepy:21
For th1e Cure .of Coughs, Coi
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, WhoQping Cough, lIn
cipient CQnsumption 2,nd for the re
lief ofconsumptive persons in adyan.
ced stagesofthe Diease. ..(orSale
by, all Druggi s -Price, .25 Cents.
*, April 1-84.
2 lb. Bagga?l & O(.
Piceed or t" Bagging& r i 75
" 'ie U40
Cheese-Bes-1t iCram ' 167;
i Drilhtn 47
Simnpsons Mriing & B)ack Prints Gi
* .huey Sc,andlard .Prints: . 0
ghecked Ilnw.Wu. 9
Spool 'Cpttomi(C & C')t spools for 25
iim'eh Thfkad 0O
Kerosene Oil -15
we ol'er othier goods Emb1racing-.iat
ceerything X ept in a first (la s.s(ore a
WMELER & M8SEL?Y
-PROSPE'RITY: 4. C.
26 YEARS AGO.
1 bcg to inform my oil friend; and
pat rons, and the trade' generalhly, that
I ha'e-mnade a luiiited buins (ngare.
ment wit b the., old and r eliable' .H*u-e
of W. T.. Tarrant. In this well knIown
Ho.s ca be fon on of the largest
stocks ever' ixhibited in the tow'n of
Newberrv. I am here to sell these
Igoods, and. I-: am in a favorable posi
tion to give my friends and he, trading
public. better suti.siac1 ion thani ever be
fore. Loug yaris, gi;(.i measire and
h,diest fair dealing shall ever be my
mot to wh'ercver found. Ordter: solici
ti-Call and <.ine mec a.tria.l.
ig respectfu orm - ju frigids
anfl the publiht- i hiav? replensh
dd my Stock-o
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver and Platedware,j
MUSICAL INSTUTIFNTS AND
I alzo keep constantly on .hainl the
SP[ IAC[ES aad EYE
ALL INVITED TO CALL
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. .
STATE OF SOUTH' CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers. Probate Judge.
WXREAs, Robt. G. Williams hath
made suit to me to grant. him Letters
of Adnuitration of the.. er t:te and
eff^ct "of Janes W. Williams ueceased.
These 'are. therefore, to cite 'nd
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the. said James -
I, Williams dec'd. that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry Court
Houte or the 22nd (ay of' Oct. 'Inst.,
after inblie;.tion hereof, at 11, o'elock;
In the foFenoon, to shew cause, if any
they have, - why the said. Adninistra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my Hand this Gth day
of Octobcr Anne Dominii, 1S83.
'J. B. FELLERS, J. P. S. c.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
E? .BE.RRY CQUNTY.
Louisa L. M. X. Suber,
Thomas H. Crooks.
By. virtue of an execution in the
above stated case and of suiidre other
executions tome directed, I will sell, at
NewbVrry Court House, on the first
Monday. (saleda.y.).ia November next.
witl '1 f ,1eg4 hol r gr of .sale, at .
public outcry, to the lthiest Aidder
all that tract of land situate. lying
and being -in the County and State.
aforesaid, containing Four IIun
dred aid Slrty-iglit Aeres more or
less and bomi ded byv lands of Jacob
Wicker,-Heurv RiMuger, David Cannon.
L. ,. ,Hollnd and others
Also all that. tract of land situate.
.ya and behigin said County and
1t3 , contamm O'ae Hundred and.
Thirtk-nine 'ae+es more or lest and
bontded-by hinds of John F. Glymph.
Wn VA Hen.tz, angtl;e.Colttmbia Roadl.
Levied ot} as the propet of Thomas
Termis'-Casi. Purchhse to pay for
D. B. WHEELER. s. i. C.
her:ifta.O.ficee Octobeir 10th, 1883.
A .?Laster's &ules.
STA TE OFSOUTHR CA ROLINA,
COUTNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN.THE COUTOF (OMM'ON
Mr.. Cinthia Maii-,'s. WV. A. 1rts.
* j't~.et. al.
.. :F'oreclosa re.
By of4er'bf thic Cdiu' heNin, I will
sel, at npiblic ute4. on the First
:Mondkydu Ndvembera.next. before the
Court . use. t NIeM:berry. all -that
trag$ .o.f la.d, in the gomaad State
aforesaid, .contaniun~g N inet,y - five
Acr'es; mo'rt-6' less," and'.hounded by
lands " of Peggy -Livingston; Dani
Livingston.-A. J. Beden bough, Henryv
Wertsandi others. -
Terms-ghe purchaer w1ill.be..re
griu ed topay ha cash oue-hal f of the
par'chase mioney'and to-secure the t'al
ancie, payable-A~t twelve months, with
interest fr'om-the datyOf -sale, by bond
and nmortgatge :of the p)remises.
SILAS .JOQ13STONE, Master,\N C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWB3ERRY. IN
THEi. COURT . (iF COMMON
Barah E. T. Chi'el vs. Excetitrix of
last will of. Pctust' W. Chick. de
eased, Plainiffiypainst Louisa V.
F, arr..am.' othe's, D)efendants.
B''order of the Court,' I will sell
a~ puik otcry before the Court House
at wher S. C., on the first Mon
day~' in No'rmber next, all the rial
estate. .of the late Petus W. Chiek ly
ing in the County of Newberry South
Thait vatluall piantation of land,
contraini.ng (722) sevein hundred - andl
twnr t-no acres. more or less, lying
on Indiaun . Creek and~ Enoree - River.
boup~d'd by lands of Dr. Thos. B3. Ken
ni rly, WiUiani WVallae. Martha C.
C rh'well, an'd others.
Tllinlt vidnble plantation of land,
Contaiin one hundredl and eighty
acres. more or less, known as the
'-.Geprge. W. Calmes .tract," bounded
by and. f te.estate of George W.
Catltnes. 3Martha C. -Caldw611. and
other, .aube id
That vaubl-panitation d ad
con taiuiaig I biree .1ndred acres-,.more
or less, beundee.l by -lands of Williami
B. Whiitney, liannah Henderson, and
Andl that valuable plantation of land
being that portion of Petus W. Chick's
homie. place that lies in New.berry
County, anud containing four hundred
acres, more (er lees bounded by lands.
of 3Villiam'B. Oxner; W. B. Chaplin,'
TJhe-e several plan tations, wvill be
sclin parcels, as indicated by plats
to be .exiitest on the day of sale,
w hidh plats in the mleanitinie may be
m.eni in niv of fied.
Termis.-The -purchiasers will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
mnoney..in caish, anid to secure the bal
aiuce pay able at one or two years
with interest 'f the' day or sale, by
ho id and ntoiftgage of the preniises.
SILA~S /JOHNSTONE, llaster, N. C.
Masters Otlice, 10th October 1883.
NlrilUli O PATENT, NO PAY
'u~ILil~uu,~is onr tuotto.. We have
IIIIjjt1I~ghad 14 years experience
ICaveatts, Trade-Marks. Col>yriahts, etc.,n
this andl( other countries.. Our lland IBook
Igiving full instructions ini Patenits fr'ee
A ddress R. S. &t A..P. LACEY,Yatent Att'vs,
6')1 F St.. Washington, D). C Jan. 11, 2.-tf.J
!XTE OF S NUTH
COUNTY OF NE ER Y:
IN TH E COURT OF IMONI
PLEAS. ' ~ .
Caroline J. Werts and others vs. Har
riet'S. Goldsmith and others.
l; order of the Court, herein, I will
iell. at. public ou:y ,belorc.:b Court
Elorse. at Newberry, on the first Mon
Jay in November, lSS. the real estate
c>f Mlajoi Peter Hair. deceased; lyingin
the County and State aforesaid. in two
pareelr, as fellows - --
Ti e.3forgaii Place, about three miles
trom N wberry Cdirt muse, contain
ng cie indr'd and sixty-seven acres,
mnor; ..or.ess,. a.nd. ad oining luada of_
A. J. Kilgore. 'as. A. Crotwell and
Alo, a part of the Summers Place,
about live miles from the town of New
berry, containing one hundred and
ninet,sfour acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of M. Kinard, Mrs.
Paysi.sger, Thos. T. Stilwell, Mrs. C.
R. Hir, children of Jno. S. Hair and
Terim.-The purchasers will be re
quired to pay three-eighths of the pnr
ehase money in cash. and to secure
the bilauce, payable in two equal an
nual instaluent;, with- interest from
the day of sale, by bond and mortgage
of the ')remises sold.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master. N. C.
Master's Office, 10th day Oct. 183.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEW$ERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
Sloan & Seignious, vs. Jacob L. Aull
a and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at
public oatcry, before the Court House,
at Newterry, on the first Monday in
November, 1S83, -all that lot; of land,
in the Town of New.berry, in County
and Stat. aforesaid. containing about
Six Acres, more or less, lately the res
idence of Nathan A. Hunter, deceased,
and boun ded by Caldwell Street, G. &
C. Rail Eoad, lot of B. F. Griffi.,. the
Luther..n Church and the Baptist
This valuable property will be sold
in parcels, as indicated by plats there
of, to be exhibited on the tay of.aale
which plats, in the mean time may.be
seen at my office.
Teri.-"The purchaser vill be re
quired f pay in cash -one half of tjie
pnrcha=r money, and to secure the
balance payable at twelve months.
with interest from lie day of sale, by
bond1 and momi t,age of the prerises.
SILAS JiOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master-s Office. 10th day Oct. 1883.
STAT, OF SOUTII CAR%fLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT:QF COMMON
E. P. Chalmers, Clerk.
Walter F. Koou, Administrator, et. al.
By order of the Conrt, I will sell,:at
publie outcry, before. the Court Iouse
at. Newberry on the first Monday in
November 1S83, all that tract of land.
in the County and State aforesaid,
containitig ninety-eight acres, more or
less an: bomded by lands now owned
by Mrs. L. C. Boozer, Mrs. Carrie M1.
Sondley.. C. HI. Suber,Henry C. Koon'
and laug. of Thos. B'. Wadlington de
Terms casah-The purchaser 'to pay
.SILAS JOHINSTONE, MIaster, N.C.,
Master>s Oflice 4th day of Oct.12883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,;
COUNTY OF ..NEWBERR~Y,
IN THE COURT OF COMIMON
- James lB. Chary; et. al.
:,amuel. Warren .Reid.
By' 'order of thme Count, herein,I will
sell at ymilie outcry. befote the Cout't
H1ouse at N ewberry, on the first Mon
day) in Nov ember 1883, all that. tract
of land. in the County andI State afore
said, co.itahmiini one hnnmidred and
twenty-foureeres, inore or less, and
bound" by lands of William S. Chal
ners,I Tinas A. W. Chiahners. Jave
Chabne' anudthec honiestead tract of
Jopsephi Reid decased.
Ten"-hie ;mlrehaser will be re
quired va pay in' cash one-hiaff 6f the
purchase money. and to seemne the
b)alanice payable at twelve mionths,
with intrest at the rate of se.ven per
cent. per annmin from the day of s'ale
by a bon '1. with at least two sufficient
sureties :i:id a mor'tgage of the premis
set and to) f*ty for mpers.
SILAs JOHINSTONE. Master, N.C.,
M1aster-; O)uice 4th day of Oct. 1883..
STATi OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COrNT Y OF NEWBERRY..
'IN 'I d E COURT OF COMMON
Rebecca A. Lyles, et. al.
Franeis,G. Lyles, Admniuistratrix.
By order of the Court, herein dlated
20th, .Jiy 18S3. [ will sell at ' public
outcry, before the Court House. at
Newber -y on the. fLast Monday .iI No
vember JISS3, in one tract or ine, as
sh'all be idicated at the said sale, the
real es5ta t( of which John V. Lyles died
~eize d : possessed lying in the Coun
ty and S-a~te aforesaid, contairniig One
hundred and eighty acres more.orless,
atnd bou.mk-d by lands of 'Mrs. Cath
erine Har'dy, Mr's. Nitnce, John F. Ox
ner. and landis of the estate of John
Tern .-Thie purchaser will be re
qjuired to pay in.cash one half of- the
pumrchas ,rmoney', and to secure the bal-,
anc'e p:ga~ble at twelve months wth
interest from the day of sale, by bonid
andCmonrg;:age of the premises sQld.
-SILAS JOHLNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master's Offic.-,-4th day of Oct. 1883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU"TY (GF NEWB3ERRY,
IN T:IE COURT OF COMMON
S.arahi E. TP. Chick, as Executrix of last.
Wiill of Petus W. Chick, deceased,
vs. Louisa V. J. Farr, et. al. Defen
(Compilint for Relief.
Ptirsuant to the'order of the Hon. J.
tiek i hereby gimven th'at all persoiis
holding~ ! -mand.b against the estate of
Petus W. (;hick dleceased, either as an
iudividlu:I, or as alf ieber of the tirmi
of R. NiN.'r.au ai Company'.Kor'as a
member . f the firm of P. W. auid' R. S.
Chick, or as ai member of the firm of
Chick an d Oxn"r aire requiired to render
uiponi oath their' respective (demands to
mec on or befor.e the( 27th day of October
next, att my oflice at Newberry C. HI.,
SILA .T OHNSTfONE, Meter', N. C..
Master- U..icc 27th day of Sept. 1883.
Union Tonas copy 1 mouth. 39-4t.
In Blac door ed Cashmeres,
bought direct from the manufac
tures. We promise every Lady
buing a Cashmere from us, a dress
which. will not only surpass all
other dresses in ppetranoe an&
wear. brt which can be bought at
Ieast-twenty pr 'ceit.'cheaper'an
cahicres' hgvj heretofore been
sold by any House in Newberry.
'A' 6orai1son' dfoit atitiesaiiai
prices, with the qualities and prices
of other makes,' will "convince you
of the fact that this is not newspa
per bosh, but te .whole 'Tuth, and
nothing but tLe Truth.
The choicest and best selected
line of Dress GOQdS in
the Up Country, Our Elegant
WOOL Worsteds at the wonderful
low price of 10 and 12 ets. per yard
all having unprecedented sales.
Unless you have two or three of
these handsome dresses, you dare
not assert that you are fashiohable.
Ladies' Cloths ! Ladies' Suitings!
in all the exquisite colors so pecu
liar to the Fall of 1883. Our Rich
dress Silks, Superb Brocade and
Satins are spoken of by alL these
who have seen them as
fff ;' r.
and beauty. If you have bought
all the Dress Goods you need, sup-;
pose we go into our Domestic and
IHouse-keeping Department, Look
at these beautiful all wool Rb BEq!
Plaids, which wil. soon " be of. so
much service to your little ones,
and say that they are not the pretti
est styles, and best goods for the
money you ever saw. 'Here are allr
wool White and Colored FlanneL.
from 2.0 to.50:cents.peryard. ,hese
excellent Opera.and Shaker Flaa
nels can be bought-for-40 to 50 ets.
per yard, notwithstandibg the adi
vance in pri, es of Flannel,gocs4
Next comes. all the: new Shades i44
Basket,Cloths:at 60;ents per yard4
the very same goods we snid lst
year for 75 cents per yard. Can;
you find any Sea Jslands. a yard'
wide for 8 and;10 cents -per yard,;
which - will compare with these Sea
Islands?. Bleachings !
BLEAC H Gi"S the best values
ever offered ! What do you think of
these Turkey Reds' and Cardinal
Table -Danmasks for 450, 75 and $L0d~
per - yaral? Thesei Bleached and
Bi-own piecew for 40 and 50 cenits
per yard ? Doylies,-beautiful or es
too, .at 60 and 75 cents, per dot;
Our Turkish Towels for 20 cent,s;
linen Towels for 12, 14' and 20:cts.;
Seersuckers for 12k cents.; Bleadh
ed and. Unbeached. $heetinigs, de
.aponsprate. the fact .that goods.gan
-be sold in -Newherry E.t a low per
cent. G Oet*,ks'and Iace Cnrtsias
at 15 cents.-beautify your 'henes !
Marseille Quilts for 75 ets. well
-worth $100. One for $1.25, which
we could just as .easily get $L50
for, were 'we not~ bent -on givitigr
Bargains. Charleston Sheetings and
Drillings I We believe we ar4 the
only. Firm in the City who handle
We would. like so mueh for every
body to call and examnine these
extra heavy Weight goods ; for you
will then be coiNviniced 6ftheif vast
Superiority: over all otbers,--they
are absolutely perfect. Eagle and
Phenix, Pee . Dees and. Athens
checks ;e the best -of' checks, at
Wholesale and Retail. Blankets !
Blan.kets y Yes, Stacks of Blanl5ets
from $2.00 to $%,0.00 per pair. Crib
blankets a- -specialty. We want to
say something about Jeans i but as
we lok ponthose 'huge rolls
upon rolls of Jeans, where.to biegin
and -where to end, "Aye. thats the
rub." That som~e Merchants do sell
Jeans cheaper than othiers you will
be com~pelled to admit wheri:our 30
cents, Athens wool -Jeans~ia shown
you.:. "Give me --so. many - yards.of
this Je-ans,-it is the best I ever
-saw for the money,' is the -un
hiesitating verdict of every i.ustomer.
Kentucky 4ud Mississippi, (home
made) Jeans, as good as Jeans can
be made. Charlottsville Jeans
"The Old Reliable."
iWe advertise noth4
ing -but what we have, actual
It irr Stock !
'Remember, if yo are
in Town any day th' week
it will pay you tII and
see what B. H.) mie #Co.,
B. H. Cline&GCo.
THE:HOU/ OF CONTEST
pHA IN EPARATk8
cOMM,RCI Pf Y
-d6zi Pure Line t els i rt
500 ~ .
" * '~J
3 " 1'" ~
Feaher" " 15 - "%N 25
AFhpLt flI sc~,o .. ras
B i is e at Tic~kifo 1
- AFr -rw - -
NE 100" 2
h ar n " 1nd e r a l e -
in t iad Fepthei ck ra7e.
ot fom'th Matifactuers t-'Co Aumr. - -
-Thesmaest mitattrds ie lagdt nuber
for 37 -90.,' beuiflASIEE for45
Wil sa ha u NO;O tc i opt n:vrtig
Wehe re ssbutti from tht c.u p,4 o tto s. fr5.Pnsb
- ~ c3
SUIT FRO$5 U
DE P 1Tt c. 'i.
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