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*AY NOv. 29, 1S83.
No 8mss notices in
aiare s,m toth rase of
rper lne each insertion.
1' ' Vties t meetingr.ew en
eiaaig to ' slserests. tribua a
e.e., are cbage& asjeignlar advcr
ruj%tes of rspect and
Aail,%?at_i we .g, at wen as cnmnicia
a p uE_ebar.t:er ,nbt be paid.
", $ for sii
ewl i'r tre months sid 2<
f ot oa-moth, In advance. Names in
Pi sot be pleced on the sutscription
theel!%bsk .qnist3:at I. pekL i.
c nsta dou* reatingc so y-er
iV.i 14,dluserted. i~t. r gnbirC
:?t srti r:e , o.o dollar per a apre, ctsh
S. 1a , isea-ter.eN Pr...peritK a
"Y- r.ntortiied agn at tbat place as
f 7lw es fr a favor by esam- t
hUstIatedass thptr names, and n
- rightbyviR lIe-inform C
1" ae Wm~flooeursometimes..-W tt
be found on ae at Geo.. .
Nwpaper Advertising Bu- E
3pr1oeLJse n nertis-n
be=* tri NewEu Y--.
n -J. B. Fellers. c
H. Oliue & Co. n
' ~ a Brand on HIm-Hiseox & Co. ti
D btstttosSale-Preelous Ellen
to Lend-New York and hi
d
hn C. Swlttenberg died on
the 23rd'instant.
.Kay Blalock lost a little daugh
nter n ndayight, near Beth Eden.
c S rah S. Abrams, wife of Mr. Ii
Atrams, Aed at her home in ti
S4o$ atnrda the 2dth Instant. S
died lat
-8feroons6 4t instant. t
a T 'ErREfIT. :
" EEE0TED WEEKLY BY tl
> mA m,cStB ief8
b
~Y~i rdinary /-- -- -- --
Good Ordinary
kT, dtug
S.- - -----9
aSepet.eIst, 1888.10.187 B. a
for week ending h
1o <,.888. - -- --- - - - 707 B- A
aito boy' GOOD COW e
will"pay a liberal prle, for one to B
NC. C.3CRA -E..
"What sha3I I do for this wretched a
-is now asked by nany-A!2- u
Sirz d ij3 four lit tl .wor s: Use ~PA
mi ' Pectoral Syrup. 47-2t.
Of-hu master of -he Ntional Gran"e
isat on our let, aiul d"nr E
, are tendered hiq for it.
co iespondent as);s the readt-rs of S
Ugran to eniddle Ihe following t
?lc:Out of 'the eater e-gmefortl - I
SLm,sadl out of the flere.e e.sin' forth a,
~Wathout doubt, the. ~ rt, 'prettiest S
che -seekof cy articles 0
o eseen at Peiham's Drug -
& %~iiu. Nothing old, but only the d
Is. designs offered. .Be convlieed g
byclllagantd examiing for yourself, a
SSwitte Speeili (S. S S.) has ctared'
me .t hereditary Serofuls of the worst
64 foThe medie.ine is more- than you
oit, and [ hop- any who doubt
E. V. HAWES, JB.
No.f- mu. Clarksville, Ga.
- ~Urmhes! Brushes!!Buhs!
Hair irushes, -Tooth brushes, Nail b
brushes, Shoe brushes, Cloth brushes, I
Fle'ih brushes, Bath brushes, Beaver C
brushe's, Paint brushes, Shaving brush- e
-.s grs,a a' Drug Em
pEAUIen .47-2t.
- lnan c3-Agent.
The standingeommittee of the Board I
of Trustees of Newberry College met e
e ' otMsay last,. and elected the Rev. e
J~ :o, D.D).. flnaneist agent for the
~-\(ZeeDr. Steek will enter upon e
a ta~charge of the duties of the t
soon.- The college facnlty will C
S4igsieendownent'associationls in the '
~ ~c mber issue of.the Eclectic .i
~ ~M~nis -worthyodi .ts re tion.
O $wirnrne leinds o with'an
~- ~ astie-Ie on "Victor Hugo."
'~4*Ie papers: areot a hlgitebarac- ~
- oergliterary excellenee.-.
?Ma-'blib,ed by E. R. Pelton, 25Bond
(Strt NoirYork. Terms, $5 per year;
g *i! copy,.45 eenta.. For sale by allt
-EOd n'laitogether Isa spleu- ~
jo e.- We hamve the satisfaction
alngthat It Is atill clubbed-with '
mea3n:&~ to aniw sobeeihfaat
ya,and.for 10 ets..additional
y W p*g,a magnifleent e v
l8jluce entitled "F ds.
e~ -~-. wilalsw usaBed toeb
*Take .tIEAL- d
Outltr,and get theEngravin~
Oa~5tTuedyee at seven
R BD chureb, the Rey. .D.
-Sitng. The following
rIeillSand Groomsmenl:
Bushton, Alice Hornsby, I
~usht~on, and Angela Langford
B. W. H. Hodges and Mess e
.iSmith, John W.. Chapman j
-~..~e hrec.was crowded, andI lust
before the ceremofly, evenijadies aip
~paled to the courteouis ushers, Messrs.
~,1 oogen anid 1E. D. Wright, fort
sats,-da valna, The printerS return
thankS for the deOhlous bride's eake
SBgWashoUt
Cri's rek, etwenPomarla and
- nItD was so much swollen by the 1
~.hayrains of Sunday last, that the 1
0 tG. RaIIroa.d track was wa,shed
- n w a nnumbler of places. Sever.al]
hunrfeetof th track, in addition
- veral trestles, were swept away.
to etrinshamnot yet been ablecto
g~etyl on Tuesday-one, day
The washout dIisppomCted
m oeat the opeing of the leg-sla
tron Tuesday.- The tralnsi trans.
ledpassengensat the bread', yester,
~ ur people have'concluded tata
raBroadis a god talDg
such a& kept In a
THESE A(E OFWEED
AU Very Sh rt PreIts,
BY TH O DEST
IN NEVIEBiAk
M. FOOT.
-42-ti
raywiek Chapel.
We gather from the Edgefield Adrer
ser. that Traywick Chapel, a new
hurh mbn "alLway Creek, E-igetield t
'oiintj, i de:ct d last Sunday P
eek, the Res. W. D. Kirkl:it:d preach- t<
ig.be D,-dicatory permion, which was
a elaborate-resentat ion of the "Mis- b
0.: of Me:hodism." On this .ccasfon i,
.e Rev. D?.:Petus.Bayd w:ts recom
eude~ for aubinrssitii to the Annual ;
o:dferenee, and-the Rev. J. W. Rush
n for Deaton's ordt're.
olishing the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish th?ir boots tl
-ho never give a thought to the condi- R
on of their hair, except to'harrow it a
sually with brush and-comb, or sub- e
tit it to the paralyzing attention of tl
ie average barber. What happens?
Thy, this: From neglect, mental anr- tl
sv, or any of a score of causes, the e
dr turns prematurely gray and be- A
ins to fall out. Parker's HairBalsam 19
ill at once stop th6 latter process and C
istore the original color. An elegant v
resslug, free fropn grease. ti
Nov.* 1lm. . ti
>ressed in Blue. le
The Police force have been arrayed C
t full and elegant suits of Blue by d
tat enterprising clothier Mr. R. D.
onith, and present an appearance alike %
editable to the Mayor and Aldermen, f
the ety;and to Mr. Smith. Fine t
others it Is said make fine birds, and
us blue suit enhances the looks of this ,
tte boJy - of guardians, who proud of
te positon they have to maintain will t
a their .duty as becomes men. Mr.
rith feels proud of his work, and will
a happy to do likewise. to-all who 8
tvor him with-a call. -
ver the Hills and Far Away.
Some time since we asked the genial, 1
id we believe handsome, editor of the n
=la Banner Publi.hing Conpany for c
Gi Pisoto. We have waited and still v
a wait; - This week comes to us an h
egatily printed and delie6ontly a
mehed invitation to attend a Grand
asket Pic-Nic Excursion to LAke tl
reir, Fla., the good wife included. v
re feel proud of the invi:ation, yet a
>rr: that the pleasure cat not be re- si
ized. - If Lake Weir were at Pros- o
-rlty or even Cohtutbi:, the c.ndition a
our pocket book woull pe mh, but J
la, we can't be-there. Try us with J
nething easier Bro. 'Wilson. 11
s
The Mammoth Statios.ery Paekage I
ta:uing 3S2heits Writing.Paer,12 I
nvelopt-s, 1 Lead Pencil, I Pet Ho' -
r, I Golden Pen, 1 Memorandum
ook, I Key 'in& -I Silver-Plated
himble, 1 Silver Finger ,Ring, I Set
:-a Bean Cuff Buttons, 1 Collar But
m, 1 Scarf Pin and i Set Fancy Breast c
i and Ear Drops. A sample pack- 3
ge containing all the .abo,ve articles ~
ill be sent by mail post paid on re
upt of 25 cents in postage stamps. ~
x packages sent post paid for 11 .00.
ne desen packages for $1.50.. A ~
lver- Watch free with- every twalve I
zenu packages- Ment, women, boys ~
irs wanted to sell Stationery Pack- 1
e-5. Pi:res, Jewerly, Novelties, etc.
ita i :er .( Calogue of Money- ~
akiag Spue.ait ie . - A 'des
J.'. IAGROW.
40 MaEetta Street, A-* it u a Ga.
.S- .s
nion Meeting.
The Union of the 4th sectioni of the
eedv River Associa-iont, wili convene
ith the CrossRoads church on Friday
efore the third Sunday in December.
'he churches of this section are ar -
stly requested to send delegates, as it
expected that matters of -great im
ortance to the denomination will comec 1
efore them.
Business Programme. Introductoryr
rmon by Rev. Harrison -Fowler.
arity sermon byRev. W. B. Elkin.
ssays, J. K. P. iogns, subject of
is own selection ; J.7R .rvin, "Broth
ly Love ;" J. W. Scott, "Sin of Cov
otosusess."
Queries. "Do the Scriptures oppose
very mode of dancing?" to'be opened
y A. P. Davis . "What should the
hurchesde with members, who drink
rhiskey moderately .as a beverage?"
> be opened by J. B. Leavell. L.
~cedent by Rail.t
A serious accident befell Mr.-Thos.
.Donahue, brakesmnan on the C. & G.
~alroad, just below Saluda Old Townt,
st- Friday morning. The train
reight) was rounding a curve, whenat
Lie signal 'was given for putting on
rakes. Mr. Douahue stepped from
d.e top of on -car to that of another,
nd the c.u-s beiig wet he slipped and
211. In order to avoidJ fdiling between
de two cars, he threw himself to the
ide, and he unflertun:a:ely ~struck a
ross-tie that was lying by the track.
'he traina was movit-g rapiliy at*'the1
ime and he was stunned by the fall.
[e was brought to Newi2erry and
laced' under the -care of Dr. 0. B.
Kayer, Jr., at the Crotwell Hotel.
e received no internal injuries, but
is head was slightly scratched and lii
ali arm broken at the elbow. II:
e arrived from Columbia, Friday
to-say, the cross- 1
e against which hefell, was the only
ne ..ithin? a long distance, not under
Lie rail'.. -
rank Leslie's Pqpnlar Monthly, I
The December number brilliantly1
loses the sixteenth volume of this1
ighly popular maaine, and now is
lhe ime to subsciefor the coming
-ear. The opening article is by Ben
ainu V. Abbott, embracing a most
oteresting history of "The Chef Jt
ices of the United States," with ni ?ne a
trtrats and illustrations. The otiter
rominenit illustrated articles arc,
'Memories of Ischia," by Mr.Howard,
tussel; "Pizarro and the Fall of the
uca Empire," by Alfred H. Guernsey ;
aud "Calcutta, the City of Palaces,"
ty Victor M. Hollinsworth. Janet E.
lunts Bees describes "The Kitchens
af Our Grandmothers," and Noel
Authven 'Singlish Elections." A new
eral, entitled, "A.:Dark Deed," by
Wa W. Pierce, is commenced, and
heeshortStoies,kethes,Poems,
t., by MI. S. Kennardi, Ainanda
ki ogassdE. G. nnsou West
ridges, etc. 'TeIllustrations are
rery numaeious, and few periodicals
resent 128 quarto pages of such at
tractve and buterestiugreading. Price,
Ients a number, or $3 a year, post.
aid. Mrs. Frank Leslie, Pnh bliber,
8,S6an(67 Park Place, Xew York.
1 Reminiscence by Snunmes.
"Darling, I am growing old," only
Otwardiy however, and this is sea?
iy the silvered streaks in my hair.
nwardly I am as young aa.a boy. 'My
eart beats with as full' and warm a
ulse as it did years ago. Thi4 beats
11, don't it. This dnorning I am mind- I
d of the day-sometime in August, '55,
rhen my eyes first fell on the graceful
nd tle form of the senior Ed. of
he H RALD.. You were not the sen
>r then, and you had just arrived to
ast yourlot in with the people of New
erry.. Twenty-eight years ago, we
rere both younger then, and perhaps
little better looking. You came on
be invitation of poor Bill Norris,
incy Bill as he was then called. Do
ou remember the sparkling pin he I
ore? He and Squire Jos. Reid, our
reseut Trial Justice, ran the Mi'rr1r
ben-it tvas pleasant ruuniug a p:t
er in thos, days; ::ne (lid not h::ve
-run a subserib::r down to g. t .:a
bseription money. Whait a change
etween then and now, how, ve:. It
iip and tuck now. You s. t.ek t.
ype in those days-And was :a:edi as
n A 1 typo, in othtr words ajl.mf.
'he ofil; was next the Baltiumore C",r
er, a little back in the y:rd. a milli
cry shop was kept on the first floor.
mention these little things bec:tus.
e time is so. long ago, and pretty
Fell forgotten by the old codgers still
live, and :ew to the boys who have
utered on the world's stage since
ien.
The Sun illuininatedNewberry from
be corner opposite where Mrs. Mow
r's strong fort now stands-Unelet
Ludrew Wicker kept underneath.
verybody remembers "uncle Andy."
rosson & Slider ran the Sun, and- it
-as not long ere you were invited by
se "plain Colonel" to take part in
te fortunes of that lively paper. You
ere not evenly yoked, but you pul
d together until grim visaged war
lled yon to: the front and the Suni
eased to shine. You fought, bled and
ied, the latter not actually, but as it
-ere, and- then returned ; happy day
>r Sniffies-the resurri. It was then 1
ae HmALD was bora, and was iun
>r a few mouths as h Tri-weekly
iat was in '65, and shortly afier, the
unpleasantness" closed,.,and so did
1e Tri-weekly. The weekly HERAL
sen unfurled its banner to the breeze,
ad without the intermission of a week
as continued to give its cheering in
nence to the world. Long may the
[ERALD live Mr. Editor, and you its
rojector and- proprietor reap the
moluments which accrue from it. I
we it with a love past that of a
tother fcr her ehild-.n'l I Atiek to it
loser than a brother. Twent.:eig:at
ears have flown away, years which
ave only increased my love for yo t
ud the pap er.
How many have fallen to -ieep i:
iat time, a sleep which kiows no
raking-Gabriel's horn alone will
ake them. Few o:ly of that time are
till living. I !ope they w :i It be
Tended if I atteal"t to recall th.:ir
anes : S. P. B.,oze:. J. 0. P ople.
L. M. Bowers, M. Foot, Col. L ateli, 4
N. Martin, J. D. Marti., Barr J.
amage, Silas Julinston. W in. Joh.
ton, Peter Rod:e-perger, Maj. S. er,
.J. Jones, Dr. Rutt, J. P. Kiiu,rd,
r.. Mayer, J. B. Carwtle, Wallacet
Reid, R. 'L. McCaughr:n, 'Tnad
)uncan, R. C. Cuapman, W. H. Hunt,
apt. Jas. Gauuntt, W. W. Houseal, E.
. Lake, Thos. M. L'tke, E. S. Cop
ock, B. HL Wright, H. H Blease, and
ourself are all th:st-remain. A good
ud tried list. There may be ou:ers
ut I..an't recall them now, and.I
peak only of those who were in busi
ess at that time. Newberry is.almtost
new town now. Did laudmarks have
een :swept-away by that devouring
lmenmt tire, nnd new and elegant
uldings have taken their places,
.ud could one of thmose who now
moulder' in the dust but return, he
ould not recognize her. But the HEB
eLDI still holds its owna, and Sniffles is
iroud to take you by the haind after
wenty-ight years of unbroken friend
hip and say, my friend, my long tried
iend, I love you still.
sersonal Card.
Rerdiked, 1st.-That we regard the
itures of the entire Council as works
f Art exhibiting Great Taste and
~kil.
2nd.-That we extend our thanks as
body and individuals to J. T. Win
urn.
3rd.-That as individua we recoin
end J. T. Winburn to thp Citizens of
le City and County of Anderson as a
ist class Pliotographer.
iigned.-D. S. MAXWELL,-Mayor.
-S. MI. ORB,
JOHN E. PEOPLES,
W. D. BROWN,.
-B. S. MOBEHEAD,
JESS M. SMITH,
A. S.STEPHEN,-Aldermen.
4-tf.-WM. S. BBoWN,-Clerk.
a"' Parties interested in Fruit,
Powers and Vegetables should send
o A. 3!. Purdy, of Palmyra, N. Y.,
or his 4b page catalogue of plants,
rees, &c. The drawings therein of
he newer Fruits, Grapes, Strawberries,
aspberries, Blackberries, Russian
iulberry, &c., &c., are very fine. He
tiso publishes a 20 page monthly pa
>er called "The Fruit Recorder and
ottage Gardener," which is exceeding
y valuable, and that now has a large
drnLtion in every State and Terri
ory. However, as he sends the cata
one and a specimen copy "free" to
iapplicants, we advise our readers
o send for a copy of both and satisfy
ronrself as to their value.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
Te December number comes to us, out
rardiy greatly improved by a new and very
asteful cover-inwardJly, we think the mauga
ine is scarcely ca pable of improvement ; tho
resent number brilliantly closes the four
eenth volume. "Reli enus Denominationis
a tbc United States' is continued, and
'What is Swedenmborglanisin ?" is explained
>Rev. ;. C. Ager. There are articles on
'Bddhisum and its Early 1Literatam," "The
piscopal General~ Convention," "Sacred
husicians of th'e Xhih Century" "Tbhe
iapira Mannseript of~ Deuteronomy," "Thbe
nghts of the Temnple.'' "Woman's Work
n Germany," etc., etc. Most of these are
dmirably illustrated. There are Sketches..
says, Poems, and a rich depsa1tment of
~iton, with the conclusion of the serial,
'Mr. Burke's Nieces," and short stories by
aben E Rexford. E F. Gordlen Camining,
ed other celebrated writers rhe editor, T.
)e Wit Talmage, D D., contributes a ser
non, and indeed the number abounds with
teresting and edifying reading A single
mumber is sold for 25 cents, or 33 a year,
os paid. 3Irs.-Fraink Leslie, Publisher, 53,
5 and 56 Park Place, New York.
Various and All About.
Mrs. Kate Ehrhardt, of Barnwell, is
on a visit to her old home.
The weather got out of its groove
la , week-it was too warm.
'Leaves have their time to fall,"
and .so. have men from taking too
m whiskey.
When we fix upa dinner fora gentle
man from the country. his failure to be
on ha:(l and eat it i-: rreted.
A nitd dog de kill. o laist Sunday
week by Mr. Edgar Sligh. It was rn
ning around his house.
The season has now arrived when 1
disputes arise is to whether John or
Sallie sh:ili get up and m:ke the fire.
Scrap Books in various patterns and
styles, so cheap as to fill you with
amazement. Cali and se.i hem at the
HERALD Book Stor:-. - 3.-3t. -
Dougla-s R- wick, c.lorel. living
on the place of Mrs. Will.ntud;mm h:ad
hi- lc.::roken by a lo, o: . ood which
fell fro:n::1 agoi ' wa< "iisig.
Mr-. F. A G1.m a, W:,liae *val . 2. C..
"I h-td a aertol :n tan.k of mal.l
ri:al f".ver. Brown's Iron Bitters re
stored me to good he:ilth.
The HEn:ALD Book Store is now pre
pared for a Fall Trade. The Stock of
goodsis large and beautiful, and will
be sold cheap.
Christmas is one week nearer than
it was last week. R(-member children
that there are many beautiful things
it the HERALD store for you.
The bread and cake shop of frs.
Lane is now-open. Bread was servetl
on Monday last, and was pronounced
ood.
The loveliest Pocket Bibles ever ex
ibited are offered at such prices as
rannot fail to attract the. wonder of
b vers. 48-3t.
Union Thanksgiving service will be
held in the Baptist church this morn
ing. The sermon will be preached by
the Rev. McClintock.
The 'year is almost closed, but the
subscription books of the HERALD will
be kept open for public and private
iccom::uodatic::, au : s!.h: er;tions from
i5 ets to $2 will.be taken.
Dear reader did you observe the
little slip sent to you last week ? Did
you inderstand it? Will you att.-nd to
it,? The proprietor hope. so. He is a
man full of. hop-.
We walk in the midst of secrets, we
are encoipassed with mysteries, but
it s an open secret that, ihere is no
r. me:ly in the worid so wonde"rful as
Dr. Bull's Cuugh Syrup 'or coughs, ami.
colds.
"One must be poor to know the lux
ury of giving." That may the so. but
we think anyodv ca::,"::joy the luxury
of giving his fellow-terer a bottle of
Dr. Bull's Co::g Symp t .a::re his
ough.
No remedy mo:e ctie::.d!y d.troys
and expels worms from the int-ti::es
than Slrh:er's India:a Vermiifutl. It
is, without doubt, the best :rticle in
the nmarket. For sale by Dr. S. F.
Faim.
The Lancastcr Ledger says: Twenty
drtl;s in tow .t last Sauday-a: un
favorable co.ament, upon a. "ir."
town. Newbi cry does i!s driking
during the six working days. 'an i not
ou Sunday.
A boom is b ing made at thie HERALD
Book Store in PhIoto and Auto Albums.
Prices are all miarkedi downi. Dollar
Albums for' a cets, '81 .2.T for 75ets.
Must becsold. .Higher priced at~ tL'
same proportion.-W t
The number osf sumall shops oi.ened
on M:An street. in :mnd aboutr the regio-m
of Amaesoka is cex.stantly i::crea-in.e
B:siness is gr.owi:-g, ant1I the demand
for ganger's ::mi pea-aunt know.- no
abatement.
Think of sir d*ollars as tihe pirice of a
parquette ope:-a seait in New York this
winter. Patti only gets $5,000 a night,
Neilson $2,00;i :and Camupanini $1,000.
The senior editor' of the HEE:ALD
thinks of cultivatien- his voice, so that
he may comnmun:i :: 4imilar price.
All who have nt sown lrgely of Calts
and wheat are aidvised to d~o so with
out delay. The r.ai.i has put the soi in
good condition for wom king. With
good oat and wbh: Crops, the farmer
can snap his finge:- at the low price of
cotton.
Beautiful fane'i *, --xquisite tamste' show
in the display of stationery goods at
the Stationery S:or.- of the"HERALD,"
and the proprietor is determined that
they shall not become,stationery either
by remaining on shelf or counter.
Tese gpods a -e to be sold.
Job Printin z is a prim6 feature at
the HERALD eclice. You can have any
kind of work (done here, and at such
prices as will make you believe that
te printers work for-the love of the
thing, andl hax no use for sordid lucre.
This is oneof the ways at tihe HERALD
office.
Hj>ld up on' pine wood subscribers
and run in a i *v loads of good oak or
hickory. If 3 ou have no oak bring
pine. If you have' neither oak nor pine.
the small sumi of $2 either in green
back or silver will be received for
telve months sub)SCription. We are
nether stuck up nor proud. Try uis.
.atr.ied,
At the Saluda parsonage, Nov. 14,
1882, by Rev. J. B. Traywick, Mr.
J AuM F. BLAcIK, anid Miss SALLIE J.
RIDLEHOOVER, b-oth of Edgefield
County, S. C.
On Thursday eve:ing, Nov. 8th, at
the residence Of the bride's father, J,
Pickens Wrighta, by Rev. W, T. Hund
ley, Mr. W. TFORREST and Miss IDA
WzaHT, all o :Edgefield County. S.0C1
POST OFF,ICE.
NtwBEaEY C.'ii. -'. -, Nov. 24. 1883
List of adve-tiaee 'e.:rs f'or week ending
Nov. 24. 1883:
Atkis, Rev D Ghallman, Mrs Ad line
Andrex, Allcn flendrix, Gee P (2)
'Broru(, Clarence ilatchinson, P B
Caghman, Prince ;Johnson, Simnel
Cole, Milton Jonie, Simeon
Copeinnd, Scott I .irinigstone.Andrew J
Chupp, J Mack IP'ope, W J
Cadwell, W W .Price, W T
Coward,'G IPrice,J G
Dewalt, Mrs Liza . Riser, J B
Ivs, J W Scott, W W .
Davenport. Mrs'Rutha Saber, Shed
Dobson DO . chumpert, P. M or
Deans AP [G F
Dobbis, p) P. Schumpert, G F
Davis, Sheppard Whitman, A L -
Egner, George IWilliams, TA A
Feker,- A.F . 1.Wilson, B R
Goree, JH -~ Wilson, UF
Parties calting for cetters willIplease sayj
f averised R. W PON .P,M.
wanated for The iAves of afl
Pr sdntIf.h US. The
hnmsOmest best
twic our piee. -.Thw-fastest seling bp~oc
Ia Ameica nmense proatS to t3t
An inte1Higent people want it. Aa
can becomesatc a n- Terms free,
Hafett Rookgo. Polam Maina.
Kov. 2-9
STATE OF SOUTI1 CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERi Y.
IN THE COURT OF COJIMON
PLEAS.
Satdiiel A. Hunter Executor, vs. Sarah
F. Davis, Administratix.
The creditors of the estate of 1 il
liam C. Davis are hereby required to
render on oath and establish their re
spective demands before' the under
signed at his office on or before the
fifteenth day of December, 1883.
SILAS JOIINSTONE, Master, N. C..
Master's Office, 8th Nov. 1883.
46-jt
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Win. Ross Johnson. et. al. 'vs. Eliza
beth Ewin- et.. l.
P:)rtition.
By ord'r of the Court iereia dated
7th Nov. 18S3, I will se1l, before the
Court House at Nw bcerrv. on i he 1i , t
Monday in Decemhr 18S3, at ihiic
outery, :ll that tract of 1.:d the prop
per;y of Stephen If. John.(,l dceaard, i
in the Cmmity ad St :e ( flre5:did,
con)Itaining sevently - acres, More or
less, and bounded by lands of William
Dorroh, B. F. Goggai:s ani D:uiel
Johnson.
Terui.-The purchaser will be re
quired to pisy in cash one halt (or more
if it be desired) of the purchase money'
and to saeure - the balance payable at
twelve months. with interest from the
day of sale, by bond .and mortgage of
the premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.,
Master's Office, 8th Nov. 1883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY..
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Samuel A. Hunter, Executor, vs. Sarah
F. Davis, Adninistratix.
By order of the Court herein dated
Nov. 7, 1883, 1 will sell at public out
cry, before the Court House at New
brrry, on the first Moaday in Decem
ber, 1883, the real estate of Wm. C.
Davis, dceased, situated in the Coun
ty and State aforesaid, as follows:
All that tIjct, containing one hun
dred and th ity acres, more or less,
and bounded by hinds of F. H. Domi
nick, estate of George Miller, and the
Home Place of the said W. C. Davis.
And all that other tract containing
seventy-four acres, more or less. and
bounded by lands of F. H. Dominick,
hiuds of Sanml A. Hunter and lands
of the estate of George Miller, de
ceased.
Terms.-The" p:rcliaser will be r.
quired to pay in cash one half of the
purchasemnoney, and to secure the bal
an pa-a>ie a; twelve m oliths with
interest from the day of -ale, by% bondl
and mort,mae of t:wr p remises old.
SIL:AS .JOIIXS''ONE. Mast.-r. N. C..
Master'. Olice. 9th Nov., 183.
4(-3t.
1T.\i-O SOI'T1I I Ob,N \ ,
COUNTY OF N3 lE .REY.
IN THE CO;CRT OF COMMON
1'LElAS.
James D. Smith Lving-:0 a '.
i.eth Miller.
Foreciosure.
By order of the Court herein dated
November 3, 1883, I will sell at ihib
lie ontcry before the Court House In
Newberry on the first Monday in Dc
cem!ber.
All that lot of land, in the Town
of Newberry and in the County and
State aifore'said, containing one-fifth of
an acre, more cat less; fronting sevent y
eight linmks, on C:rldwell St , runni:;g
back ini a Southwvesterly direcion of
equail width, thei upper or North,:rly
line bhzig two chainsL and sixty liuks in
length, andl' the lower or Sout;he dy
linec, bein.g two chains and fif'y-seven
liiks in~ len:gthi-the same b.-ing lot
No. 2 o;n plat made by F; Werber, Jr.,
and bound.'d by Cabdwell St., and on
alhl o;iher sides. by innds of Silas John
stone.
Terms-Camsh. The purchlaser to pay
for papers.
'SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Office 8th (lay of Nov. 1883.
-45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. IN
THiE COURIT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
David H. Wheeler, v.s. Jno. P. Kiniard,
Enc'utor.
Foreclosure. -
By order-oi the Court herein dated
20 July, 1883. I will sell at public out
cry, on the first Monday in December
1883, before the Court House in New
berry',
All that lot of land, containing one
half of an acre, more or less, in the
Town of Newberry, and County and
State aforesaid ; and .bounded on the
North by Johnstone St., on the East
by Caldwell St., on the South by the
lot now occupied by Tench C. Pool,
and said to belong to Jas. Y. McFall
and the said Tench C. Pool, and on the
West by Nance St.
Terms-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash, one-third of the
purchase money and to secure the
balance, payable in one and two years,
in equal annual instalments with inter
est thei-eon from the dlay of sale, by
bond and mortgage of the premises,
hind a Policy of Insurance for two
thirds of the value of said premises.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Offic h day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t. -~
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
-COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLE48.
Lee H. Sims, Administrator, vs. Fannie
E. Andrews and others.
By order of the Court herein dated
7th Nov. 1883, I will sell at public out
cry, before the Court House at New
berry, on the first Monday in Decemi
ber, 1883, the.. real estate of John F.
Sims, deceased, and of Louisa Sim..
deceased, situated in the County and
State aforesaid, as follows:
The Shell Tracr, contain.ing two
hundred acres, more or less-, andfboun
ded by hands of D. R. Phifer, Jno. A.
Abrams and the tract below mention
ed.
And all that other tract of laud cout
taning eight hundred acres, more or
less, anid bounded by lands of Thomas
Abramns, D. R. Phifer, John A. Abrams
and others-this tract to be sold in two
or more parcels-plats of the same
will be exhibited on day of sale.
Terms.-The purchaser of the Shel
Tract will 'be required to p)ayone half
of the purchsmse .money in cash, and to
secure the balance payable at twelve
months, withr interest from day of
sale, by 'iond and mortgage of the
premises-. The purchasers of the other
lands-wiWY b'e r'equired to py in cash
one-third of the purchase money and
to secure the balance payable in one
anid two years, with interest on each
jnstalment from the day of sale, by;.
bonds and mortgages of the premises
sold.
SILAS JOENSTONE,I Master, N. C.,
trm's Ofie. 9th Nov. 1883. .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COCNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sarah E. T. Chick as Executrix of
last will of Petus W. Chick, de
ceased, Plaintiff againstLouisa V. J.
Farr and others, Defendants.
Complaint for Belief.
By order of the Court, I will sell at
public outcry before the Court House
at Newb-rry, S. C., on the fir.t Mon
iay i:i Deceimber next, all the real es
tate of the late Fetus W. Chick lying
in the County of Newberry South
Carolina-to-wit:
That valuable plantation of land,
co::taining (722) seven hundred and
twenty-two acres, more or less, lying
in Indian Creek and Enoree Riv.-r.
bounded by lands of Dr. Th-ias B.
ltennerly, William W:llace', M:trtha C.
Unidwell, and others.
Tiat. valuable plantation of laud,
-ontaining one hundred and eighty
ticres nore or le:, known as the
"George W. C::ttmes trart;" bounded
by iands of the estate of G.'orae W.
Calme. Ma:ha C. Caldwell, and
Dthers.
That valuable plantation of land,
^.ont.tinting three hundred acres, more
Dr less, bounded by lands of William
B. Whitney. Hannah Henderson and
Dther ;
A; that valuable plantation of land
beKing that portion of Petus W. Chick's
home place that lies in Newberry
County, and containing four hundred
teres. more or less bounded by lands
Df William B. Oxner. W. B. Chaplin,
Rnd others.
These several plantations, will be
sold in parcels as indicated by plats to
be exhibited on the day of sale, which
plats in the' meantime may be seen in
my office.
Terius.-The purchasers will be re
ruired to pay one-third of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the bal
ance payable at one or two years with
interest from the day of sale, by bond
and mortgage of the premises..
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master's Office, 10th October 1883,
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sloan & Scignious, vs. Jacob L. Aull
and others.
Foreclosure.
By order of the 'Court, I will sell, at
public outcry, before the Court House,
at Newberry, on the first Mo:tday in
De:cmber, 18S3, all that lot of land,
in the Town of Newberry, in County
and S:ate aforesaid, containing about
Six Acres, more or less, lately .th-: r.
idlence of Nathan A. Hunter, dceased,
n.d bo'ndel by Caldwell Street, G. &
C. B I Ra ', lot of B. V. G idi:, :h
L :r:t:i church and the B'ept=st
eht' rcl.
.''is valuable property will be -ol-l
in parcels, as indicated by pints there
of, to be exhibited on the day of s.di
which jlats, in the meau time may b:
een at my office.
Terus-The purchaser will be re
quired to paf In cash one half of the
purchase money, and to secure the
b:lance payable at -twelve mo:lths.
witlL intere"st:froin the day of sale, by
hond and mortgage of the premike.
SILAS 'JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Ma ster's Office, 10th day Oct. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTfH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRT'.
[N TIHE COURT OF COMMON
PLEA S.
Jas. B. Claty:, et aL,.vs. W. H. Eddy,
et. ail.
.Foreelosuire.
By order of the Court herein dated
'9i1x July, 1883, I will seln at public
otcry ble:ore the C"urt H"use at New
berry on t he first Monday in Decem
bor. 18S3.
All that -tract of 'land, situate in
County and State aforesaid, doutainng
one hundred- and twenty neres more or
less, and bounded by3 hinds of Dr. R.
P. Clark;-Campbell, Isaate Kller,
Jas. H.: Williams and Jane Chalmers.
Termxs-Thb 'ptfrchnser will be re
qluired to pay in cash, one half of the
parehaLse money, and to secure the
balance payable at twelve mouths with
interest from the day of . s:le, by bond
of the purchaser, with at least two suf
iient .sureties and a mnortgag. of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, MIaster, N.C.,
Master's Office, 8th day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERREL
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sarah E. T. Chick, as Executrix of last
will of Petus W. Chick, deceased,
vs. Louisa V. J. Farr, et. al. Defen
dants.
Complaint for Belief.
Pursuaut to the order of the Hon. J.
H. Hudson presiding Judge herein, no
tice is hiereby given that all persons
holding~demands against the estate of
Petus W. Chick, deceased, either as-an
idividual, or as a member of the firm
of R. Moormnan and Company, or as a
member of the firm of P. W. and R. S.
Chick, or as a member of. the firm of
Chick and Oxner arc required to render
upon oath their respective demands to
me on or before tihe 1st day of Decem
ber next, at my office at Newberry C,
H. S.C.
SILAS JOHN81'ONE, Maister, N.C.'
Master's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
Unzion Tonaes copy I mouth, 45...t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS..
Henry Koon, vs. David R. Wicker.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court herein dated
November 2, 1883. I will sell at pub
lie outcry before the Court House on
the first Monday in December, 1883.
All that tract or plantation of land
in the County and State aforesaid
upon which the said David R. Wicker
now resides, containing one hundred
and twelve acres, .more or less, and
bounxded by lands of Geo. A. Setzler.
D. J. Heutz, Melvine Dickert, W. A.
Setzier and Henry Koon.
Terms Cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONIE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Officee 8th day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Elizabeth B. Young, et. al. vs. Y. J.
Pope, Surv. Executor, et alt
The creditors of the est ate of Simeon
Fair, deceased, (including those who
have heretofore presented their claims)
are hereby required to render on oath
as':I establish their respective fiuzands
before the undersigned, at his offieon
or before the 10th day of December,
1883.
S[LAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
M..steru's Oie 8th da of Nov .83
MONSTEROUS EXUL9 :
Unparalleled -
THE HOUR OF CONTESTr
APPROACEE & FLY
HATH I N HIS PREPARAT
THROWN DOWN HIS GAUNTLJE?
Deflance, and Challenges the 5to ::
MIGHTY STRUGGLBW
COMMERCIAL SUPREMAO
THIS IS A STARTER
,500 doz. Pure Linen towels 1Oc. worth 21)
500 "t . t " " t , 12 "
500" " " . " 15 "
1000 " Hose " 6 "
800" " " 8
6500 " ' " 10
500 "
50 " A " 8 "
c300l a 103
OO """10 " 20
A Fine Lotof DAMASK from B st
You Gan Buy Damask, - -~
" 10-4 Sheeting, " 20
Red Ticklin,
Straw -Tick for '7te. worth 10
- " 10 " 12t
Feather" " 16 25 -
First Class Feathe'r Tick for 17i
IN LEIN ()RBTFOR 5 e i
THE PR/CES? TELL
AN!
PEOPLE TELL THE PRIDEJ'.
Tbe argument unanswerable.
Put down the price and push up the trade.
Direct from'the Manutacturers to Consgners.
The smallest profit attracts the Iaugest:avmber.
An Intelligent, Public WantsPG#
And Not FANCY.
WOOLEN AND JEANS
You can buy elegat Jeans for 15c., homne made. Jeni
for S7 1 -ic., beautiful t'ASSIMER?ES for ~fc.
Will say tJhat our NOT ION Stock is Comnplete int everythking.
We have dress buttons fromn 5e. up. 144 Outtons for 5c. Pants~~
tons per box 10c.
A BIG DRIVE INJ.
.SUITS FROISS, Up,
D. CI.ELYNW
LEADE OP- LO.
CHALS. J. PUECELL,
Apri21, 1--tt.

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