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'" n n'o d Alta.f ea,
Local and7Special -
Embroidery Patterns, Stamped, at
I will sell all the Books in my store,
including SCHOOL BOOKS, at COST
from this date. Stock i8 small so call at
once and get what you need.
Wk. SCHOOL BOOKS AT COST. ?i
" 3t MRS. OREN EKER.
Robertson's Fever and Ague Cure 1.3
the only certain cure for chills and fever.
Come and buy a bottle at his Drug Store
- opposite the Post Ofice, and quit your
A large supply of school books just
received at Caston & Hunt's. 9-22
Secretaries of societies call on J. W.
- Chapman for Record Books. 9-8
A fresh supply of strong Apple and
White Wine Vinegars for sale cheap at
Robertson's Drug Store opposite the
post olice. - 7-21-1f.
Handsome lhoto. and Autograph Al
bums at Chapman's. 2-17-tf
Splendid lot of Blank Books at J. W.
Chapmin's', hnld bheap too. 9--4
Nice Papeterle ranging from 15c. and
pward at the Friend St. corner, where
a friendly call is solicited.
Old Iron, taken from the jail cells, as
good as new, for sale cheap by
3-31-tf. J. S. RUSSELL.
Full line School Books just from the
publishers at Chapman's book store.
-Sold at publishers' prices. 9-8
Caston & Hunt will give you the very
lowest figures on text books. Don't buy
- til you see them. 9-22
There was no business of importance
transacted this week, as the court has
been engaged on the case of Jno. Adam 1
Kibler vs. Luther and Dominick and the
town of Prosperity for the possession of
a piece of land in Prosperity, containing
41-100 acres. The land was given to the
town of Prosperity for a street, but was
afterwards built on,. and Mr. Kibler
claims that as the terms of the contract
- were not complied with, It has been for
felted, and that the land reverts to him.
The case was non-suited yesterday af
No rent, no clerk hire enables me to
sell at bottom prices.
3-10-tf J. S. RUssELL.
. . A..large supply of glass ware and
crockery ware cheap at
3-10-tif J. S. RUssELL'S.
If you wish school books, slates, school
bags,. school stationery, &c., at rock
bottom prices, call on Caston & .1unt.
Swift & Courtenay Parlor Matches,
Coat's Spool Thread, Mason's Blacking.
Campbell's Baking Powders, Choice
Vinegar, N. O. Syrup, New Mackerel.
Lard, Sugar, Rice, etc. A new lot of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes at
8-18-tf J. S. RUsSELL'S.
J. W. Chapman can please the non1.
economical buyer of Books andl Station
cry. Try him. 9-8
Quinine, Compound Cathartic Pills
.andi other Family Medicines at
-1-57--tf. J. S. R Ussn,Lr.'s.
A ttempted Blurgiary.
Some one entered the dirug store of
* Coflel(1 k L~yons on Saturday night-it
is thought through the cellar door. They
blew out the lights in the front part of
the store, left .the front and back door
open and wvent away without being
caught at their deviltry. Tihus far there
* has nothing been missed in the storc
and it,is thought that after failing to findl
any money in the cash drawecr they left
Wltlwout taking any articles of mierchtan
disc. Policeman B1radley says that he
examined the front, side and back doors,
*before going off for the first part of the
nlight- and found them locked, so it must
*have been done at an early hour after
midnight. This should be a caution to
-others, as they cannot be too careful
* allout seeing that their doors and win
dows are properly fastened.
- For blank books, composition and ex
ercise books, pocket memuoranidumus and
account books of all kinds, call on Cats
ton & Hunt. 9-22
The Cheapest Blank Books, days, jour*
* nals,Te,dgcrs and records, at the friendly
stere corner of Friend & Caldwell sts.,
you will be your own fiend as well as
the proprietors friend if you buy these
--Caston~ & Hunt keep the largest stock
- of sinall and family bibles, gospel by ~m its
and all kinds of song books in the city.
GiVe.therh your order. 9-22
* Ulcerated Leg.
About August 1st, 1805 .ant eruption
appoated on nif arms and legs, which
pained.' me Verf -much and seemed to
af'ect iny ph'ysleal condition generally.
Under.treoatnlent of a physician the sores
disappeared .except on my left leg.
-There it settfed toeconcentrate, and twvo
thleds of the-.linb from thme ktnee' to thme
ankle soon-became a solid running sore
that discharged bloody matter cont in
uially. I was treated by many phlysi
c lans 'at various times, butt obtainedl no
permanent relief. On the advice of n,
p)hyAfejan. at tis place, I finally comi
menced using Swift's Specillie. I am
. glad to say that after using three large
bottles the sores have all healed excep)t
one, atnd that is wvhere the stirrup leather
tubs when I anm riding, anid will soon he
gone, ' O N. FnizzEL.i4
Farmville, Texas, Sep. 18 1880.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Tm SwiFT SPECII Co., Drawer 3,
Atlanta, Ga. 11-24-Ic.
Int this city on the 23rd lust., Robert
P~. Wham, son of Robert Wham, of L,au
.rons County, aged about 23 years.
Irf tie county on the 19th inst. Mal
colm, youngest son of Mr Billy Wicker,
agdd about 12 years.
it nobines quality dnid quhntity. 25 cents a
Christmas 18 only 28 days oil'.
'1'liu bank will be -elosed to-morrow.
Court 13 about over, the Jury tuta beeun
Flynn Is doing the largest business in
Look out for* Scott & Bro.'s new at
We are having rain at lamt--regular
Mr. A. F. Mower, of Dexter, Iaine,
s visiting the city.
Old man Flynn is doing twice the bu
iness he did last year.
Ittrcell, Flynn's matinger, sett.s t->
cow every farmer in the county.
Don't forget, the orphants to-mttorrowt"
nt tma:king your oi:l'. riuns (if thantks.
There will be union Service. at the
tjaptist Ciirel to-morrow al. 1! o'cloel..
en Cline says he is selling dry goods
o cheap that people call them auction
Ym.,t can buy more goods from Flyini
or $7.00 than you enat get elsowher1: for
Miss Crissle Sligh and Mis Minnic
itts, of the county, spent last Sunday
Go to Caston & lI[int's and get your
teats for the opera house for next Mon
It you want to see a grand rtsht go to
ly"nn's. I[e has goods m1:ired to It
Mr. II. C. Summers has a wrhite, par
ridge ut, his store, which was eaut;ht
Mr. R. Y. Leavell and lss Beta will
cave to-day for Colntul,ia to attenl t he
We klow that. the tibes are imp1rov
ing because ot r seltool tent"het sare get
,iug so very liberal.
A force of hands has comtlencod work
) the Augusta t l Newberry RAiroad
within the city limnits.
We umlersiand that most. Of the hiud
iess houses in the city w:lil clos:; tom-nor
Col. G. S. Cannoti, of Jalapa, cele.
brated the 3rd anniversary of his wed.
Eling, one (lay last week.
The railro:al authorities have issued
urders prohib itinrg I assengets from traV
t;ling on the nigiht freight-.
Rev. M. Ilanckel, preaehed in thc
Episcopal Church last SIll1tdy, and the
right of Holy Communion was admin.
Our merchants are makin; use of t h<
rainy weather to open utp their Chrst.
mlas goods, and they have a ht:tlt'ist,:u
Y'rtung man, read the article on tht"
top of the 6th colun11, first pago)e, :am
then go to Caston & lunt's and get yott
We hereby wain all bird-:. anda
pecially partridge, to hl. on t l n ;:
Lo-mtorrow as the NimrodI. will 'ei.n i htI
lion. II. G. Scudday, of Anderso
Rtatc secretary of the Y. M. C. A.. 1w:n
in the city this week in the inttre.st o
'l'he postoflice will be el,,ed t.o-m1orr.w.
Iexept for one hour after thie Cohn1111hi:
ira, arrives atnd one hour aftelr It
Rev. A. Coke Smith continus to ini1
prove. tirf is tnow .1able to be up an<t
walk around tj lhe hontt~. .-o to talm: at
o~Cas ion a I buggy ti de .
Castotn & iluint wvill op)en at hanhd.om
Lot,.of Chii ..i:s gomtis (u I )-ce:ner ist
Be suirt andt look at the be11 nfore imvin:
Don't forget abt,I) the htot supp1er :u t
Hlelenta idayiit ntighut i,t the bnetit 0:
trip the "'ligh t fat ast ic as you go.
Mt. T1. B. Ctews, of thle L aur etnsvilit
Hetraldh, passy~d thrtoughlt he city3 Monduay,
oni his way~ to C;olu'mbia. lie waLs ejuct
ud to the Seniat ef rotm Iur1teni t hi., year
'T'here Is a law ini this Stat'e( prohiblit
inig-the cartry'ing of concealed wt'-potns,
buit Dr. Peter RobertsoniI lisi ptjidotl fom
title, whti.ch hi s beetn ' etemp dt b3
Mrs. -EI~ la fur tn, nOt' Sigh' realce
Newbetrry.ou Satutrday from DobeyvillIte
Arkansas, and will spentd at nionth e4
twvo ivith relatives antfl ftriends in ib
Editotr Wal lace of our local con tem.
ptorar'y t,he Observer whlo has been qitt(
unwell situce htis i-rett fr-om theIt St at.t
faitr, w e are glad to say is able to ha
4j his ollce agalin.
In speakhI1g of te popular dIry goodk
estab,llimet of W. T. 't'arr:int, 50om<
time ag~o wve tintintenttionalliy left ot. ih
namet of the "bhig weight."' of the cotncernII
--Mr. T1omt Tarranu.
It has becn suggesttd to uist tat New
berry.shiould stpur uip the board of healItl1
tluring the winiter monthIs and~t !nve :1
thorouigh cleain tg and dirai ning of t he
town before the spritngerotmesagain. W
tinitk It a cap)iial sutggestioni and wol
ntrge vigorous aict lou.
Theli impromptu danetc givetn at thme
Urotwell hotel ont last F"ritday tnighit, by
the yotung tien oItf ite city, ftori Miss .Jo.
W. Hlarr-isoni, one of Walhlla 1:'s most8
poputlar' belles, who was visit intg at Mr.
We are requested1 to aninotunce that
there wvill be a miecing of till person.s
inlterestedl in prohiblitlotn ani theo sail ol
Litoxicaitinhg ditks in N4ewber-ry Cout ;
tt the Mthodist chtutreb, Wedniesd ay,
D)ecembter 1st, at I p. im. Until thi.
Aime ptetit.lns shuould ho cirubtlitdl, thlent
they should be brought or sent. to this
Hion. S. Pope left Newhterry otn Sitn.
lay mtoring by prtivate (totnve'tance fori
Dolutmbia. Hie had a rrattged ' o te on
hie fmreight Vtrin Itont Motnday morin og at
12:20 hut, flndling late Saturda y' a ftternoonm
hatt the condutct ors on thet th'irotugh IIight
freighits had1( rce!ived( orersi to tke
3ffet on Sturday the 20t.h discotinitn t
lhe carryintg of passenger's on thie t rains,
to decided to go throutgh ithe coutr11ly
athter thani wait until Motnday 8:0 ita:. it.
''Te prioof readeri is a maun who 1s only3
present when lie is absent. Hie Is the
[shmacl of eyery olleo. Ever-y mani's
tands are against him, lie is thit seapeti
tr whose back are hikI ttverly mnt'si sinis.
[it addition lie bears lils own buirdleni
itd these be many.' lie acquires a fe
line stealthinuess andi sitlelotngiess of
wvalk, as i Ihe were expetintg a boothjack
o titrul evgr-y epirntr. lie sleeps with
its eye opena like a rabb;t,. T1o thie mbh.,
Ic ho ia nonentity "hi' ~ his woi--l
lone, atnd onily 'isible whchi so:ne hiutge
mmne obsetiic linn .-JA.
'Tile)' hated to 'art Vitah Him.
We find a letter in the Southern Paes,
byterlan of thb 'I 1th insta:it, fron it
member of one of the former congrega.
gations--Mt. Zion or Mayesvillo ;n Sun
ter County-of Rev. J. S. Cozby, the
new Pastor of the Presbyterian Church
of our, city which slhows the great love
and apprbolation felt for him at these
churches and the reluctance with which
they gave hiti up. Ile had been the
Pastor of the Mt. Zion Church since
1873. When it was heard for the first
time that le thou"ht of~going away, the
young men of bt. Zion Church met
on the following day and agreed upon it
plan of taking steps to prevent his car
rying out this purpose. On the next
day, Sunday, just before the hour for
for chinr i serviles, Mr. Cozby received at
message saying that the young men of
the congregation desired an interview
wit.h him. On his appearance they form
(!dI a circle around him, and with one of
their tumltber as spokestnan, expressed
their sorrow at the prospect of losing
him and begged him in the most urgent
mannor to reconsider his determination,
and not to leave but to live and die
among them. - It was a most touching
scene, for there were tears i4.all eyes;
and "the 1l0La. was one which Mr. Cozby
could not lightly set, aside. In that
crowd of thirty or more represen ig
the youth of his congregation, pot nuore
than four or live were connected with
the church ; ituj, but ;Sldom 1s it gh'ein
to. a tiilhter to diold such an influence
over the unregenerate.
No less. strong was the action of the
church. The resignation was tid
mously rejected, anil a commission ai
pointel to wait on Mr. Cozby and beg
him to recall it, and not pe!rmit it to ge
to Presbytery, for, said they, "We are
afraid to trust Presbytery." Nothing
but Mr. Cozby's . firm conviction 1 df
duty and his urgent appeal to the
pe.ple to put no further obstacle in
lis- way,. Irovented- their lighting the
qcstion on ,the .loor of Presbytery.
'libey yielded to-his wishes while doing
violence to their feelings.
'hl steps taken by the Mayesville
citurcl were as strong as those in Mt.
Zion : first, the passage of resolutions
eaiunestly cntreating him to reconsilet
tbe matter; and then, when lie conl
not overcome his deep convlction of
dittLy, a most reluetant consent to the
We are glad that we have secured one
who was universally beloved by his peo
the and trust that le may meet witli
the same treatment in Newberry.
On TUC:sdy morning in this city Mr,
Robert Wham after an illness of flv
weeks. ie- snflt'red much during thia
this time, but bore his sutferings witi
great paliencce, and was willing to (lie,
:tid lhis parents who weret with hiln ane
his many friends feel assured that ht(
ietd at Peace with his Maker. The d.
eoase.d was held in warm esteem by hit
friends who were attached to him b)
reaon Of his many noble qualities 01
head ::ul heart. Had he lived he wouk
have mrlde a shining mark for those whc
knew him intimately pronounced his in
tel!eet p'titularly bright. - But God has
seen lit to tke him to IIimself, and w(
Sulii not <itewtion the wisdom of his death,
Ii= parents tid relatives grieve at thi
d'apew4atiot of providence, but live il
hope of a bright immortality. His bod3
Wa.I taken to Laurcnlas yesterday foa
Coltin't hear it Thindee.
A's irenstiig letter from Mr. Joh:
W. Week , superintendent of )eKall
From at fe inl of gratitude and a tie.
sire to bent it otters, I volntttarily mala
this st ateen t . I have great . reason tc
Ie th n!<utl that. I ever heard of B. B. B.,
:s I know wh.t. a.b.essing it has,been t
met. I have sufi'ei'ed with Bronchial Ca.
mia rh for a nhiber of years. Six,mou6ithe
itgot I was taken with severe pain ih
iifht ear, whlieht in a few~ days began tc
dischalurge matter, with terriblIe and al.
Itost unbtlearable palpitation and al)
sorts of noises miiiay head. In ten dayt
atfter tihecommenccetp'of dischtarg<
amld pain in myv ear I bekan togr'ow Qeal
and ini iix weeks I was so dleaf tl)Zat]
could not hear thunWder.
I was thien comipel led to use coinversa
tion tbe, and1( It w.ias often that I couli
not hear' with the tube. I then comi
mercedi taking IB. B. B. arid the runnting
of my car' censed runnigg in ive weeks,
ant l ca nI now heari withouet the tube.- l3
gteieral hetalth has improved, paIlplitibt
casedl, and1( feel like, a newM being, .antd
appr)teciate the benenit I have recci.ve)
fr'oti B. B.. B. (made in. Atlanta, Ga:.
with gratitude to- God andi th1ankfulnnst
to ihe propriietor's for such a mledichie,
I cheierfully13 rcommeincd it to all whio trc
tililietd iwith deafness and c1 attarrhi. Tryi'
it; p)ersevere in its use and you1 will h,
conviinced of its value.
JOhN WV. \VEEKS,
De)catuir, Ga., May 1, 1880.
I haveY beetn a siull'ercr fronm lIdiey
atni lIldder troubles for several years.
I have lately had what is termedh Bright's
D)isease, ami1( haLve htad considerable swel
ling of mys legs and shortness of breath.
lTe urea has pm oitnd my 1)10od also.
secured and( am using (Ii. B. B.) Botanic
Blood .Balmi, anmd find it acts poumi;f adlm
att r'r/ quwc/dy/, and 1111 amldlighted wVith
its ell'tets. I hand previously usedl a large
finitantity of v'airioius advertised reminces,
fand several eminent p)hysicianis also
wttti tto mte, but 1i. it. B. at anids at the
Roeck Creek, Ala., May 4, 1886.
All who diesiro full infown|Iation abouA
theo cause . and 0enre of lioodl Posod~
Scrofula anid Serofulous Swvellings, UI
cers, Sores, Rhicumatism, Kidney Coni.
plaintts, Catarrh, etc., can seure by
mall, free, a cop)y of our 32-page llus
trated Book of WVondetrs, filled . with the
mtost wond(er'ful amnd startliing prodf-Over
Address, BLOOD BAL~M CO.,
1-21-lb. Atilanta, Ga.
Buceklon's Arnioa Salvo.
'Th ei "4 ly e in ihe wvorId for Cut.s, Sores,
BltsmH, u ers, Slat tet, Fever'SoreA, Tot
inr, ChammppotI fianmls, UbIiiHblain,s, Cornts, andJ
'ii Skint i:ruptionis, andi posit ively cures pimes,
or' no pay temintred. 1I, is guaraniiiteed to givec
perfe~ct sat!.stiei on, or tuoney~ refunded,
Prienm "F6 ents piiribox. F"or sati by Collobl
& bronAs. 7.14.
ON0 M\ ElKk, COMMENCING MON
D)AY NOVEMBER 20TIII.
I lenal by thiielharimminmg little artiste
Siippormtedl by a po)wer'ful CJomedy Co.
Alondaiy Night the beautiful drma
fincidenital to thet diamna will he Intro
Chanige of' 1111l Nightly.
Prices 10, 20 and 30 ets.KNo extra
chiairge for r'eservcd seats. Tickets for
sale at (castnn & Iront'
at tI nwaInPer Advtr.
tfiing A rncy of 3tr -ur.
" R N. our auutvrIze t rett.
Tribute ol te'pei.t to tI t I4tltltor3 of
ltlobert flittle /1:lrtallttd.
WIEREA , God, the Creator of alf
things and the Sovereign )ispowrer of
every event hatit sutlercd the old enouem"
Death to Invade our rank3 and sutd
denly remove fromn the pi)e=ence ail
Cotifltt,nton of 'loved oniea .ere to join
the company over oil the othlerr shor.
our yolng fellow-.tulenit, associate, and
frienld, Robert (little Ilollanml, ail,
WHItm;IEAS, it is right attl prope-r that I
we should pny a litting tribuite to tIh,
Ineanory of our departed fellow-stluent, .
by pite;ng uponl hils grave this millltl
cypress branch as ail et iletin or our sor- c
Resolved, st. ''lat w le we lament
this sad and myterio i diipensatlon
of God's 'provid";nt't., ;i!l w"e h iumbly
bow in Suibilllssion to the v;il! ad work
of Ilin .who "seeth not ais; tman seeth,"
who is intilte in goodntes:4 otnt too wis,
to err, who chaotenoth those wlioml iIe
loveth and scourgoth every son 1le re
colvetlh, and giveth assturanleo that all
things work together for good to them
that 1Qvt I ltn.
" Resolved, 2nd. That in the death of
Rollort Blittle .lollainid our beloved
President and Wife have lost the only
remaining jewel of thioh heart, the prile
and joy of their lift ; Newberry
College has been deprived of a faithf ul
and prolising stitImitt ; and the asso
iates Of the de'coa ti1 m urn a kind and
Ji5e.w"cd :. L" e'xtld our
dee- anr1 h' arfelt sym ,a: t* ;le be
retavutt p)arents iii their sore al1I.ietion,
andl prty the G6d r>f liv " and coi)pas- c
sloii to bb ithe strel;: h aid their sup
)ort in the. hcur of : trr)tw, and to coim
fort them with the eonsolation of i hap
py renulon in th n.'ay:e ', house where
partings are tunkinown. S n-elv it il vell
with the cld i(, thtgir th. b reaved may
not know now wn:tt te G, I hiath done,
yet they shal 11 hlrae,y 14 fter, even in
thatt day wi: n ue. in:oe a;.tin to
make upt I3's .ieweb.
Resolved -l/h. 'I'ht tiioe <,)olut.ions be
seit to the ani;y ')f the; an.tsed, aid a
copy fu'nished for puh11cationt in. the
pa] ars of the town, ille I itlerdti VisI
itor and; the Salem Thn.s.!
M. I). EC't' Na,
0. 13.-l I Il St .,
i. T".1. 'UN'A N,
(Comma :2 it t'e.
Rte"olufiott.; c: lg."d !" t..- a releg t
I'-eHl, e1iata 14titity ' ehoot tEpott
the ..intm 1 4)r t)rny344on 3tc
Catagliirir it,,ant APilln UnHiiIlin!.
"WitHREA, It has pleaicse'l Ab1.itrlly
God in the exerci<S of hiS )iloibted i
right to remove by deIa Ih two ni " -i-r
of this Sabbath Siho.tl, 7rnvto:n Mc
Caughi rin and Ani a c alti'td, and.
WIErms, We bow% i ,sibuis-,ion tc
His divite will, and w1o::1c71 n't notiatanei
though deprivcedl of ti: - :. : e'ill :na
ionsllup and the fr,ritdliya.oe o
which has been est:aii-h Id urin tha
.past several years, yet de-:iring to show
'the intensity of our los.,
Be it. Re.soledt, by A, vlui-l Sabbath
School. 1,t. 'That we aknowledge thi<
visitation aI fron1 the had of Iliti wN.
can not err-beil".;gprie
2n1tl. "That we 'c il', cheri;ih I lle ml.:miOri"
of our'.voog ftricn-.
'3rd. TIhat wet c.lej,iore :i;e !v; :o thti.
Sahb ith School.
-4th. Ti,ta We " exte:id 'Our ht-:irtieMt
solicit ide for. the fahlilie . of tih- dc..
cecel in thi"ir sever !r;avem::t.
alhi. That, !-. resolut.io:ns he en teret'
tpont j,he mi.:es, :andt[ tl: a copy b,
forwardud.4o the respecCtive-parnts-.''
. .bc elool aldopted4 t he foregoing res..
oluitions by a rising vo: .
L.st, or .eters un :.Ne -a: a e. . .'.
Nov. 23rd, is -.,
ntyat. Thloa:s . ilumerT,, 111m 'i-1)
Chis i a John (:i . i ii-, 2. p.OC1:
Cla rk, (L'.,1 . Rv il'ool, W mu.
(Jlnnblin,.Johm ' Sloan, w.. 11.
1)&a. W-V. , i Samuht,1 is.s 1kello
(3iSW J- W. r .,V. ion, 16tauIe (c'ld)
Grifia, Mailald) Wad1k Iins I,i OP
.Persm~a eMling 'for thaeso letIiers ill please4
lay thi'tLheverc 1 a1dVert18Is1.
1.. 1llaiulWitT, P. Mz.
ThiS powderi deor. vailes. "A anrve'l o~f
pur4ty, striength andLlt whlsomenessOii , More
OConoical 1-.han thle ordinar'v k tidi, and( enni
hot h.e loldl in oiimpOttt.-e)n wit.h' hle oinul itude
of low test.-short, weight imui ''r phosphateiii L
o\dr o onl, in enns.li A. Ir I.i
OwIIEnCo., 10(1 lVali st.. N. Y. 11t. 12-1y.
A~ll perisons. are forbhihen to hi;ro myW
soni Stephenl, oth aeriwise known11 as M\Iajo~r
Canipbell, until he comesfl of ap;e. He is
no0w sixtec n years of age, and all1 con
tacts for his labor muasft he m-ade w.it.h
me. STYJEP1IJEN GCAMP'HmLL.
Altl.irson ha:ving ( na a.lh i:inst
the estate of D r. Si. 1. Fant , dee'enased,
atre haereby notihlled to pre-enit. I haem to
the uni der.sgned, oan or be fore thue firust.
daty (of .Jou:ary, 1887.
-All perasonis indel*d~-i t. thi.. sm,
(tither by not e-or a'Cconn'i,: 1r) notiIled to
come forward 21and sel.lhe.
.I J. FANT', E;xecuitrix.
Nov. ! , 1880.
All persoous inadeh4ed to Cliud & aoltlh
w.ill 1)1efse set tIe their'a4cait- at, onee,
as t icy WIsh to 'closr their buasianess.
Thela bulshies will- be contla)uted at thle
old st ama by thatei ju or mieimbel' of ihe
firm-. 11. 1). SUIr.
Vloney to Loan on Cot 9
In sums fron Five Hundred Dolhar to
;x Thousand Dollars each.
For further information apply to
JNO. B. PALMER & SON,
Columbia, S. C. Ii
or OEO. S. MOWER,
11-17 Newbeiry, S. C.
Charlestoi Cotton Factory. Weekly 0
'aymets, Steary Work. I[ealth'y F
Varmed Rooms to work in. Weavers, r
;p ceder Tetlcrs. Good Weavers can e
:I'n 81.00 per day. Good Hands can
arn 80 ct4. to $1 per (lay. q
R. B. ADAMS, 1)
Supt. C. M1. Co.a
CniAu.STON, S. C., Nov. 1, 1880. ii
iTATIC', OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
. C. McCracken vs. Wim. M. Wicker,
Bly order of the Court, herein, dated
2th Nov., 1880, 1 will sell at public out
,ry, before the Court House at New
werry, on the First Monday in Decem- lb
>er, 1880, all that tract of land lying on o
vaters of Indian Creek, in the County a
mnld State aforesaid, containing Three .
:Inndred -and Sixteen Acres, more or (
ess, and bounded by lands of Win. T.
.brans, Wim. '1'. Baker, Calvin Baker,
I. S. Renwick and Thos. P. Abrani;.
''ermns:-''he purchaser will be re.
lUired to pay in cash one-half the pur.
:hase money, and to secure the balance
ayable at twelve months, with Interest,
'rom the day of sale, by bond and mort- ,
,age of the premises, and pay for papers. a
SILAS JOIINSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 13th Nov., 1880. t
3'[TA_TE' OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
illas Johnstone, Master, vs. Benjamin 6
By order of the Court herein, dated j
Nov. 13th, I will sell at public outcry
jefore the Court house at Newberry, on
;he First Monday in December, 1880, all
hat lot of land in the County and State
ifores-id, containing Seventy-five Acres, 1
more or less, and bounded by lands of "
M. E. Hardy, W. D Hlaidy, J. F. Oxner 1.
ind others, as represented by a plat l;
thereof to be exhibited at day of sale. C
Terms:-T'i'he purchaser will be re
Xired to pay one-half of the purchase I
noney In cash, and to secure the hal- a
tw"e pa:ynble at twelve month-. with J
nterest from the day of sale, by a bond I
tui mortgage of the premises, and to
eay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master. c
Master's Office, 13th Nov., 188f1.
- - ----- i
STATE O SOUTH CAROLINA, p
COUNT'~ OF NIEWBERR Y-IN 1
ilas Johnstone, Master, vs. Benjamin
By order of the Court herein, dated
Nov. 13th, I will sell at public outcry,
before the Court house at Newberry, on 1
ite First Monday in December, 1880, all
.hat lot of land in the County and State
tfore i:l, containing One Hundred and
oiitr _.cres, more or less, and bounded
by lank of J. F. Oxner and estate of
lolin V. Lyles and others, as represeit
4u by a plat thereof to be exhibited on t
I he lay of sale.
Tierms:---.The purchaser will be re
juired to pay in cash one-half of tihe
purtchase money andL to secure the bal- i
mnce, patyable at twelve months, with
itirest from the day of sale, by a bond 2
indu moirtgauge of tihe p)remlses, andl to e
Lpay for p)apers.
SILAS JOHINSTONE, Master. c
Master's Odlecc, 13th Nov., 188(- a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN c
COMMON PLEAS. t
Prances G. Lyles, Administratrix, Plaln- 1~
tii', againlst Abram 0. Lyles, Adiminis- s'
trator, et. al., Defendants, a
Ry order of the Court herein, dated1
tth Deccember, 1885, I will sell at public
?tutcry, before the Court House at New- ~
berry, on the First Monday In Decemi- (1
ber, 1880, in) parcels or tracts, to be in 0
:liented at said sale, that tract of land in
lie Coin nty of Union andl State aforesaid,.
sontaiing Two lItundredl Acres, more
>r' less, andl bounded by landls lately e
nvned by Abram Gordlon, decease(i,
kunds in the possession of J. R. Renwick
mnd bly the County line wvhich dlivides
[Unionl County from the County of New
T1erms of Sale :-T1he p)urchiaser will be
equ iredl t.o pay in cash one-third of the
)irchlase money, and to secure the bal-q
uce payable at twvelve months with in
cest from t.he (lay of sale, by bond aind
nortgage of the premises, and to pay
SIL AS .JOHINSTIONE, Master.3
Master's O1lice, 13th Nov., 1830.
WilOM IT MAY IJONCJEIN,
We now announce that our stock of lo
Fall and Winter
S compi~le(e ini every respect, superior to
iny stock we have ever had. Tihis Is
aying a good (deal, for it is generally
~oncedled that no0 one hacs ever surpassed
is in quality, style, or otherwise. InF
act it is often remarked that WRIBHT & G
10PPO0K KEEP THE BEST GOODS, while b
,his is admuitted1, there are those, wvho e'
>romfpted by selfish motives, wvould1 sup- h
clemen t thIs rcemark by adding, "Ilut a
hey sellI themi higher,"' to this we only ii
'(ply that we will ini every instance give i
ts full value for the amounit chiargedl as C
my living business can do0. T1his is our
>rotnise atid we wvill make good the same. s
t is .a s~ource of gratifleation to hlave our"
(ood!s iand our conlsclentlous representa- 0
lon of the same thus eomplimentedl by *
hose whoIt have testedl thiemi from year it
o year for so long a tIme. We resp)ect- N
idly invite an examination of our stock p1
11d( values. Yours,p
#RIGHT & i. W. COPPOCK,
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY O P N EWBEItR'S
oscplt Brown v'-. Thomas I[. .
By order of the Co(nrt herein, .
3th of February, FI5, I will sell at I,
c outcry before the Court Ilottse
ewberry, on the First Monday in D
gmber, I80, that parcel or tract o
id lying on Ilellar's Creek, in the
ounity antl State aforesaid, cOitaiing
Ifty Acre-, and )oudied b - other lands (
r ''hos. 11. Alewint, an4' by lands of
ranI: Brown a'..I C. If. Suber, aS re!
sented by a ilatt th,reof to be exhilsit
1 at the sale.
'T'ermls: -'he pIrcha sr will b re
uired to lty 1I ( - on-t half ,,f the
itrchtase mn1w y, :n rlt e.!.:eSa
nce payalbe at , ':' I!ollt! with
)(erest frrom, the' -p- y
)r necess:.u-y . p
SI i1S JOlt -
TAT''1: OF S
COUN'1'Y O:' \ n '
Alfred Denson vs. W ale ,banders, Jr.
By order of the Cour herein, dated
I will sell at public Outcry
efore th.l Court 1lou;e at Newberry ,
n tl I ir,t Monday inl December, 1Ss,
11 that tract of laind in the County and
tate ntore:id. cointaiin Tree Illt *
red an,l N inety-even A,rt , nt,r(b or
ss, a:.d bounded by lan! of W. 11.
hitnirc, I)avi ]R. l>hif., -, Spcn e'.
hnrton, lolloway ili;, '' i:t.m Ray,
Vad' Anler=on, S:am'I.. ^'lisn:tnI]
'el'rmi's--''he lirch s I w%iii (e rc
uir(l t> pay omt-half of the pitrchase
)oney in cash, and 0to s'.r.tll c(, ba
nee, payal:e at' t'welve mOns, w0:h
Iterest fron the day of -ale, by a bod
nd mortgage of the pre ist's, aid to
ay for all neeussa'y paptr-.
SILAS JOIINS'T)N .; Master.
Master's Ofliee, I I Nov. lSSG.
TATE OF SoU''II CAT'OIANA
COUNTY O1 N ICWBElug_-i
al)gdon C. McCrackenvsu m.T
By ,der of the court h irein, dated
2th . ISv. 188 , I will sell It public out
ry, before th, (orit louse at New
e'rry, on the First Mon(lav in )tcin
er, 188G. all that tract of land in the
ounty aint State uforesaid, Oil waters
f Iunting i Fork (reek, containing One
fiUndred aiti, Stcn1 y-four Acres, more
I less, and bounded by lanids of Wim.
. Abram, Calvin iUnker aind John
'1er:ns:--The iturchier wvill b. r_
itred to p!ay in cah uIne-half of the 1)pr
liase mon.1,::d : o 1:rl ; ie lalanil'
ayable at twelve mnonth,s, with intt"e
rom41: day of iae., b,y a bon an w
age of the premis,: ai l ito 1 - for 1l
bl' .St JiC'OllN.-:TOEj , Master
hI .-t r - ctlic, 1lth NOV., 'nS',c
T'ATE'I OF SOL'TIJ C'AlZOLINA,
COUNTIY OF NEWH1Vi.;llW--1N
oung Jhn PIo1 1.10li vs. W illia m . JEw-.t
In pr' ancle of it r of OUi-t inl
he above Mated t;:n, I will sell at
ubli mery at Ntiwherry"ti s 1.,drtitl
he Ile. a! hw i'-o f o .. 1o ifl. l -
ayV (th e h tayo f ). t.ll' neixt, a i
hat tract (r lnt atit,n of h:tn,l, col.tain
allg fthlet hmly wit ,.eveai trm
ne-flu, lie l)ires, more $ i b.-ohl:
thewhrr Conn1 -otyiiJttay
f Jam sm Firl 'iC ofI o'Iolr
*Illle filor caio Ih- s:v,(i d
Te-m of le- hric4 :a IIersi e
f sahe. Thel creia ;. Ewrrin onf he
hi afl mon t be feiur dii ptiy bond: o
le prchae, t wi a n a lrortg:rg ofi he
remses: Pov\~ig'ed, th:i if. thetpurchaser
~Irisk,on the, 1first Mod., in January
'F.A in pursu )ce;of l e CA'd order, I
COJNY0'11elfoca: onI'Tuesd-y, NR
fisV.t said ill ia Fi Il. war onate
rodery tof wi: ne bau lere, (an e
utes, N obr 1agon, fawiml se ut nob
Maoster's boie 1t li Nov., Ilse a
TAEr,o Ole IOTl CA.HOoi iyi INAe
COny n igi OF e Couty,N
h(o,Ms. ickrai hir. Mi'. Lake
Ex'rs ns.il Mrs Alat:el bIlongin ao
Iy ordter of thei coulrt 1ohereli, st'alied
111the Noveme, 185 I w (o im ella ato ilb.
)e omryibfoei h Cmiosea
owerry,-'I li e fuirenst ona wi be.e
fii( land ying 0alil halnf (in the Cou entye
oce Nberr.,nid th ue tte aforesaid,e
>ntableg *t tysevein aces, i irore (ors
*oe etn a of ae,llr a b honmi
motggd o the n ie and5 C ilumbia RaiY
Trs.--Th purcase [w')ill basere
mredi' tofy oea ohe tim-ch1Sr
COvale at Owlv mnt, w;XithF> iteresN.
-om0' the dayc of sale,1 byls a . bond e,
Brtgage pof thle poiemishe , nd tro 5th
'y abefohe papeCrs. ouea Ni
Masr's Oil Ile Nls ovemr inh le
ToeATE O ( SO UTtiiintw' CltiINrdA
C al3ofMMrN liivA.illig,l:i
hocr.ii. 'litck1 her d Ths M.i ns.
onxtor y. ewtiil bion ..eliohn
the orer oae cour herein, atot
'ymeore tle b Com rt, os* tNw
onrthy, wit the it Nndy i fe
Ste bCa ont'1( ofNebery 'runi !ate
ir' creis, morle oriii less and b te :1
ilierms. - he p rh sr h s p
SIeyaShOl nd i