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EVE Y T IlsD Y AT
FAST THAT THEY MAY EAT.
The Pious Greek's Chlristnas Table and
H1ow lie Prepares for It.
For a month before Christmas every d
pious Greek has observed a rigid fast,
says a traveler, cons2cuentl vhe "table,"I
on that day is spread in every
house, produces somcthirg akin to fes
fri,-nuls of the evening before
begged me to sit down and partake of
the meal that they La'! irepared. It I
was somewhat of a struggle to me, I
must own. for I exnectd it would not
be served hi very inag:ificent style.
Still, I was not prenarea for what actu- -
On a suall round table 'was placed a
perfect mountain of iacaroni and cheese
-not such cheese as we are accustomed
to put with ors, but coarse shee rs milk
cheese, which stung my mouth like
mustard, and left a pungent taste therein
which tarr-id there ft,r days. Then
there were no plate_s, no forks, no spoons.
The master of the house had a knife
with which he attacked the dish, and 1
the one which on ordinary occasions fell I
to the misl ress was now kindly placed I
at my disposal. As for the rest of the
family, thcy were an example of the
adage that fingers were made before
forks, and these fingers grew perceptibly
cleaner as th:- meal progressed.
What a meal it was, indeed; as if it
were a contest in gastronomic activity.
Yet it was -leasant to see the appetite
with which great and small entered into
the contest and fille1 their mouths to
overflowing wih the savory mass. I
was left behin-i in the contest, and had,
I fear, to toll rman- untruths concerning
my appetite afl the e'xcellence of the
dish, and' gra-.t was my ' relief when it
was removed and dried fruits and nuts
took its nlacc.
To drink we ha-l resinate I wile--that
is to say, wine which a bI stored in
a keg covered with rein insi-i,. which
gives the flavor s) much rlihed by the
Greeks, but which is ahzit as unpa1ata
ble to an Englishman as IG or n:ut be to
those who drink it for the irst t;7.
The wine, however. had t - f
loosening the tongues of ny- i :-'.:::
had been too b-r. as ycet
they told me many aintres.
A Christmas uith wa
"I remember a Ch-ristnas
Mr. Booti's company manvy
said a young theatrie:d maag'r :i: te
foyer. "He had bon't a susmer resi
dence at Cos Cob. C the pr1,evlOutls
summer, and invit-, 1L I-p to play
Santa Claus and dO the chimney act.
His property was a ir sized little
promontory of land. ou:ald on one side
by the Connecticut rve-.r, on the other
side by Long Isand S:O.d, and the
New York and New H-laven tracks
formed the base line. If here is any one
road affected by tra: it is that same
New Haven road. and wn I1 arrived,
two or three aas before Christmas.
there was a line of the:n waiting their
turn at the gate that reminded me of a
highly successful advance sale, one
tramp near the gate even ofering to sell
his advanced position for ten cents.
Booth was mnuch worried about the dan
gerous looking fellows, and it struck me
that a dog would be highly appropriate
as a gift.
'.I wired to a friend in New York, and
the day before Christmas the biggest
Siberian. hound I ever saw was waiting
at the little station for me. Booth was
tickled to death. and we managed to
chain that dog just inside the main gate
near the lodge. anad then we shook hands.
It was an awful big dog, bigger than a
little donkey that arrived on the next
train with a go-cart as a present to his
little daughter E.win-1. Well, we fixed
up the presents that night. I dressed up
in fur rugs and traps as Santa Claus, and
had arranged to drive the donkey into
the reception room and distribute the
gifts from the well laden go-cart. The
dog was to remain i:n the little shed we
had extemporized for him, but he didn't.
He was there on business. and he attend
ed to it promp)tly. The chain broke like
a piece of t wine and-I broke for the bal
cony, which I just muanaged to reach
from the cart. Of course there was a
rack-et, and I got into the window, and
by the time we l:ad armed ourselves with
antique swords and a revolutionary mus
ket the noise had subsided sufficiently
for us to venture forth. The dog was
just seen im theonhl;t disappearing
over the stone 'w:al, thousamds of dollars'
worth of p;resemas wer' .scatter-ed in the
deep snow, and donkcey meat and fur
werelyin an'ich ee o.erthe throe
acres of~ the Doth preisei. The' i.
riaa blI: nndha t arn the donker-; to
Not AX O0r
Frost-Well cita's all over.
Snow-Wat's all ver?
Frost-Charistmas. I sar. it C --
once a year, and at's all over u:.-. it
Snow-Not by a jugful. The biTh;:re
not in yet for halt thle stuif my wife
bought and charged to me.-Seleicted.
Employera (an-:iusly) -Does MIr. De
Confiemi: Clr-Not a drop.
"He has~ .een t wo h'o urs late for three
mornings 'awl '' les as if he had been
on aterribl e.
"It's all ayt On Chiisitmas he gave
his boy'a d"u:'.--Exchaange.
ItX "asn't Nece-sary.
First Swxt' Gir-Did vou haave amis
tletoe b..:'.i:.. ur.. se
Secon' "9:" : GilN, I had one
2cadr,.but t uti
"Of allt.. :: ' F'r"ot it'
"Yes; yo .Gread I somehow
or other - enad the day be
About 1u yu wife as fine
a sealsin a on'could desire to
surprise' " : Nw Year's gift.
And it v eafi xchange
for that . ::t which she
placed inu Iod Burgess
to cha.rgei '" .-Flfl River
UPPMAN' BRCs.. Propirietors,
DrmggiLsts, Lippmnan's S!ock. SAVANA HA
Children Cry for Pichr astoria.
-11I-TER'AN') llIS LITTLE 1OY.' CtRLD OF
'irE SKIN IDiSEASES BY THE Ct"'
cRA RE3tEiDUEk PRAISES THEM IN TIE
i ULIT1, HO31E AND IN THE STREET.
ir about hiorteen years I have been tro-ublel
* ecz:.ea or sone iuaiious diseSe whch
. reinedie. lailed to cure. learing of the T:
:': imN I re-olved to -rive theI a 1rial.
I llwe th1ie directions caritlly, and it afford
wi rii i,ieasure to say that beiore ul ing two
f oIif ( t CricA, four eake" of CUTICCRA
r. aId O.le bottie Cf CUTCUI: RESLENOLXT. I
%: entirety cured. In addition to Imy ovn case,
. IrO ho. then about five months old. wa
j:7er:ig witlh what I supposed to be the sale
i- ale :t, r1int. to such an .xteit that hiI lad
co,td over with a solid so ea. from Which
, re w:s a constant flow of pus which wasi
to look upon besides two large tumor-like
e:es on the back of-iis head. Thanks to your
--%erfiul CUTICI'A REMFDIE- I!iS cal) is per
SlIv wel.and the kernels have been -cattered so
boatt iwre is only one little place by hi6 left ear.
ad th::t is healing nicely. Instead of a coatiin- of
:iabs :e has a Il ne coat of hair. much better than
bi:it witieh was destroye.l by the disease. I woubl
bat the whole world of ulferers fron -ki aut
loo<i <iisease! knew the value of your CUI IcCRA:1
tjul>Ys a1 do. They are worth itei time the
rce at which they are -.old. I have never i-ed
Iy% otlho r toilu nolap in lly houlAe silce I bought
he irst eake 01 your CUTIURA SoAr. I woul'!
.w ith1n:m, as well as uligratefil. should I f.Ill
c k w4!41 and reconiniend thein to eve y
i rur. I have spoken of theri and -hill coi
io. to -.ek of' thein froiu the ilpit, in the
and,li in the streets. Prayin:g ilit yolu may
iv lng,;o dithlrsthe sarnelitm.ounit ofgo(<l
"i h:wve don 'e me aind my child, I remnain yulrs
lEv.( C. M. MANNING. Box 25, kworth. Ga,
Se in truth the greatest skin cures, blood
;.rifiers. : nd humor remedies of n1aleiI
inies. Sdd everywhere. Price, CCTI(UltA.;)4'.
'.40-. -L.. RPSOLvENT. SI. Prepared by the
TTEIt !):; AM> ChIE3ICAL CoRO)rOATIoN.
V Pend41 for " ,w t o t Cure Skin Discses."
;tg-S, 50 illustrations and 1(. testliaonitls.
SP1LES., blacklieads.red, rough, chappid
I and oily skin cured by CU-ICURA 4PAl'.
OLD FOLKS' PAINS
Full of coinfort for all Pains, nlfiln
matio1. and Weakress of;the Aged is
the Cutieura Anti-Pain PIaS
ter, the fir-t and only pain-killing
trengthiening phter. New, instantaneoUs and
7"I THE HEALiC OF THE KATIONS
Is a first-class scientific preparation, the
result of Dr. King's untiring labors and
researches following after Gaffrey. De
geer, Brandtlett, Pastuer. Koch, MIquel
and other illustrious compeers, whose Ia.
bors substantiate, as held by the French
Academy of Science, that " disease germs
may be not only attenuated until nearly
harmless, but may be revivified by degrees
I and given the most virulent character."
is an infallible cure for numerous diseases,
such as Rheumatism, Indigestion, heart
troubles, Ileadache, Liver, Bladder. and
I Kidney diseases, Chills and Fever. Ca
tarrh, Paralysis, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs,I ncipient Consumption, all Blood
and Skin diseases, Female troubles. etc.
It cures by purifying and correcting a dis
cased condition of the blood. It builds up
from the first dose, the patient quickly
feeling its invigorating and health-giving
influence. It increases the appetite. aids
di-esion, clears the complexioni purifies
th1e blood, regulates the liver, kidneys,
etc., and speedily brings bloom to the
cheek,strength to the body and joy to the
hecart. For weak and debilitated females
it is without a rival or a peer.
SIf you are suffering with disease, and
Sfail of a cure, send stamp for printed mat
ter. certificates, etc. It is a boon to the
suffering and the wonder of the century.
For sale by King's Royal Germetuer
SCompany, Atlanta, Ga., and by druggists.
SPrice 91.50 per concentrated bottle, which
makes one gallon of medicine as per di
rections accompanying each bottle. Can
Sbe sent by express C. 0. D. if your drug
Phricas e.loe P 1-P as a vii obnn
and pecb iit wihgrea I.aticionSfo the cur oall
rmsn and sa:.es of Primary, Second and Te~rtia
Eyphi ai . Sphiliic Rhleullatism .Scrofuloun Leir andi
C,es Gandu a. sweilings. Rheumatim. Maiarla, old
Choi 'ccru thiathave alst ed all treatmuent. Catar h.
. J.~i~ RKODPOISON
an aseva. Ecza hronic Female Complaints, er
enral oion.Teur.ScaLd Head. Esc.. Etc.
taiding up the sstm rapidly.
Ladie. whose systems are poisoned and whose blood Is la
a impur eco.:dition due Io mienstruai irregularities are
pcular.v b.-ner,ted by the wonderlut tonic and blood
eeansn; preps.tri of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
ruggists, L.ippman's Bbock. SAVANNAH, GA.
COSUMPTION J00UGH OB COLD
E RONCH ITIS Throat Afection
SC OFU LA IWasting of'Flesh
Or any, Dise'rse whlere the .Throat and Lungs
ae1 Injlamed, Lack' of Strengtlh or Kcre
Xow:-, yJou can be relievecd and Cured by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Ask for Scotf's Emuicsion, and let sno co
panationo soiit01SOCatiZon& induce yjous to
gce~p a subs!titute.
Sol<l by all Druggists.
SOT T & BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y.
For Malari.a, Liver Trou.
ble, or Indigestion, Us
BROWN'S IRON BITTER
iIIINISTRATO 'S SAE,
IN PURSANCE OF THE ORDEI
of Hon. J. B. Fellers, Judge of Pro
bate, I will sell, at the last residence o
Joseph Caidwell, Jr., deceased, on Fri
day, the nineteenth day of Decembei
189W, beginning at eleven o'clock in th
rorenoon, all the personal property c
aid deceased, consisting of two horse
one yearling, one wagon, one buggy
two guns, two pistols, farming utensil
and other articles.
Ternis of sale, cash.
G. B. CALDWELL.
Adninistrator of Joseph Caldwell
Decen b :r : , ISW0.
EPPZFU COCO Tl
"By a ihorouuh k nowlf-dre of the naturi
laws whicli o%ern the operatioins of dige'
tioni and n1 ti ition. and by a careful applici
tion of the fine properties of well-selecte
Cocoa. Mr. Epps ha provided our breakf to
tables willh a d(licatCy flavouretd bevera
which may save us many heavy coctor
bills it is by the judicious use of such art
clesof diet that a constitution iiny be grat
ualty built it) ititil strolg (nough to resi!
every tendetiev to disease. lundreds of sul
tle maladies are ftoating around us ready t
attack wherever there is a weak point. W
iay escape imauy a fatal shaft by keepin
ourselves well fortilled with pure blood an
a properly nourished frame."-Civil -;ervi(
Gazette. Made simply with boiling wat
or milk. Sold only in half-pound tins, b
Grocers, bhelld thus: JAMEf EPP
& CO., Homm-pathic Chermists, Loudoi
From i jury by the-Fly "by top-dressing w it
One b:g per acre will largely increase t1
yield of i-raln and straw.
BOYKIN, CAMER & CO., Baltimore, M
$ A IO\Tq0 Bright Young 'Men
h board forQ Ladies in each count
pA.W. ZIG.Llt Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
BEATTY'S PIANOS 2. For Ctah
address Ex-1ayor DANIEL F. BEAT!
CATAR nn Cured. Writ: for sample E
CATARH L.DBACHI COMPANY,
-Newark, N. J.
- Agents' profits per month. Wi
prove it or pay forfeit. New Pol
traits just out. A $3.50 sam ple set
free to all. W. H. Chidester & Sot
28 Bond t.,N Y.
ilifter & Jamiesou
ALL~ GOODS TO BE ZOL~D
WE CHALLENGE COMPARISO:
We carry the most complete stoc
fronm which to select, w';ieh has
been refurtished by rect 't pur
chases of all needful g >ods.
CIMLTIING 3IhKED DOW
TO PRICES OF CHEAP COTTO:
SHOES ~ SHOEi
In Shoes we lead, as to Prices, Qualitii
and Styles. If you want one buy
. ing of Shoes to last you all
winter try ours.
Give us a look on Domestics, Tab
Daask, Towels, Sheeting, Cal icoe
Hosiery, Gloves, Shirts, Collars, Cuff
&c., andl our prices willl do the rest.
SMINTER & JAMIESON.
lot of splendid Cigars, Cigarettes, T<
bacco, Canned Goods and a very fir
assortment of Stick and Fancy Cand;
Apples, Bananas, Oranges, Prize Cc
fee, Keg Pickles, Cheese, Soda an
Sweet Crackers. Smoked and Fres
Pork Sausage all the time. I buy f<
cash and can sell goods very clos
Give ine a call. Mr. B. H. Lovelace
helping ine anti would take especi;
pleasure in waiting on his many 6]
friends and customers. Give me a ca
and see what I can do for youi.
H. C. H UN TER.
Next to Postotlie
OL,D SIAND OF ILY IV. LAN?.
T HE PUBLIC IS CORDIALL
invited to call and iuispect our line<
W HIS EYS, tR A NrDIES,
w IN ES. Cl(GAIRS.
Foreign and' Domi'stie. For medie;
and general use.
We also have attached a first clu
Restaurant. where everything t!
market aftbrds will be served at a
hours, day and night, by polite and a
tentive waiters. Oysters in season.
POOL and BILLIARDS
Also a inice and elegant Pool and Bi
lard H all upl stairs over the saloon.
Respect fully yours to please,l
JTAMES D)UNBAR, Agent.
To cure Bfiiousness, Sick Headache, Consti
pation, Malaria, LiTer Complaints, take
the safe and certain remedy,
Use te SM L LSize (-40 little Beans to the
boule). THiEY ARE TH E MOST CONVENIENT.
Price o either size. 25c. per Bottle.
at352s.Ma CI (aCt ieeperCrstamp,.
J. F .S 4i Trt~ ACO. ersof 5BU~. \ ST.tDUIS ED,
FOR MEN ONLY!
, cr LOsT or FA TT.TG EA!ImHGI
W.ieakrness of Body andEind, Effect
Robut, So JZNHoo Thh Hegnored. How noeuargen
Desecipe Jlo1rtanatind """=Et faM i.ted)
aMs .Rj DiCA&, CO. BUFFALOe N. Y
BECAUSE I HAD A HEAVY BU
siness that this large stock of Men's,
t Boys' and Children's Clothing is broken
- in sizes and that you cannot have a se
lection for yourself. Here you make a
mistake. My stock is filled with all
a the choice novelties and styles in Busi
ness and Dress Suits in Sacks, Cuta
ways or the ever-popular Prince Albert,
3 of imported Cheviots, Cassimeres,
Whipcords, Corkscrews and genuine
Clay Diagonals. I have a large and
well selected stock of fashionable goods
that are correct in styles, perfect in fits
and made with the best of trimmings, I
and cannot be excelled for first class
My line of OVERCOATS is the best
assorted stock in the city, embracing
all the latest styles and novelties in
this line. You should call and see
- them as all attempts at description of
this line of garments fail. I ask you
to call and examine this line before
- Just received a full line of NECK-!
WEAR, which I call your attention to.
o The largest and best assortment at 23
cts. and 50 cts. that you have ever seen
in the city. They are all of the latest
r patterns and styles that have been out
this season. It will pay you to call and
see them. Those who come here come
only for good, reliable goods-only for
truthful, straightforward methods. I
am willing to let others quote Satinet
h and Cottonade prices with their all
wool stories-that's not my forte.
M. L. Kinard,
OT ONLY IN SOUTH CARO-:
lina, but glorious news comes
from all over the Union. Democratic
triumph means Tariff Reform and
Tariff Reform means
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Counts & Co. offer the following
goods at cost:
ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING
MEN'S and BOY'S HATS,
LADIES JACKETS, CLOAKS and1
AWAY UNDER COST.
POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY,
~*We have made a
IN PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
and in fact the entire line of
M\ILLINERY, DRESS GOODS,
JEANS, and SHOES.
1Give us a call, and that right early,
'to avail yourself of the bargans offered.
LCOUNTS & CO.,
sPROSPERITY, S. C,
A GOOD TWO OR FOUR HORSE
i farm on Cloud's Creek, six or
seven m es north of Batesburg. For
any furt r information apply to the
-undersigned at Ridge Spring. 8. C.
~D. W. PADGETT. '
S "Hello' Tomn. Glad to se you. old fellowl 5
iIt's almiost tcn years since we were miarried. Sit c
t down: let's have an experience meeting. How's
d the wife ?"
1"~h ! she's so-so, samer as usual,-always want. si
ing something I can't affor'd."
-Well, we all wiarnt something more thani we'ye
got. Don't you ?"
" Yes : bat I guess ' want will be my mna'ter.' I r
started to keep down expenses: anid now Lil says
I'm 'mean,' and she's tired of saving and never
having anything to show tar it. I saw your wife 1
down street. and she looked as happy as a queen !" 5]
" I think she is :and we are tconomical. TOO- e
have to bc. My wife can make a little go further
than anvo'ie I ever knew, yet she's always sur
prising~'me with some dainty contrivance that 6j
adds to thei comfort and beaut of our lit tie hnome,
9and she's always ' merry as al ark.' When I ask
how she mnanages it, she always laug~hs and says:b
'Oh ! that's tmy secret!' But I think I've di.- ft
covered h:'r 'secret.' when we married, we bothn
knew we shouldl have to be very carefu,l. but she ,
made one condi' ion: she would have her Magazine.0
And she was ri'.ht ! I wuoul't do withour it my. s(
self for double the subscription price. We read
'it together, from the title-page to the last word:
fthe stories keep our hearts youxng ; the synopsis c
of important events and scientific matters kep
me posted so that I can talk nuderstandingly ots
what is !oing! on:; my wife is al ways t rying some
. new ida fro-n the 'household department: she
makes all her dresca and those for the ch,ildren,
and -he g:ets .a1l her patterns for nothing, with the
Magazine ; and we saiv'd Joe when be was so seck
with the croup.1-y doing just as directed in, thet
sanitarian Dep,artnme--t. nthi I can't tell you half!1"
" What wvonderful Mac-izine is it ?"
"1Demoreet'a Family Magazine, and-''"
C "What.! why that's what Lii wate:d so bad, a
"Well, tmy friend, that's where yon made a
grand mista~ke, and one you'd better rectify as 3
soon as you can. I'll take your 'Sub.' right here,
on my wife's account: she'slboutnd to have a china
tea-set in ti'ne for oar tin welding n'ot month.
1My gold watch was the premium I got for e-tlting
tpa club. llere's a copy. wit h the n,ew Pr'immm
List for cluh',-the bigcest thing out ! If yon don't
see itn it what von want. yon've only to write to
the publisher anid tell himo what youn want. whether
it is a tack-hamimer or a new ca'rriage. and he w,ill
make special terms for you. eithe'r for a ctuh. or for
Dart cash. Bet ter subscribe righ,t off and surprise
trs. Tom. Ontly $2.00 a ye'r-will save fifty times
that in six months. Or send 10t cents direct to the
publisher, W. Jennings Demorest. 15 East 14th
Street, New York. for a specuuen Cop' 'zontaimig
the Premium List."
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF QNEWBERRY-IN
Ex-parte Maggie E. Ridlehuber in re.
The estate of H. C. Ridlehuber, de
Application for Homestead.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
it hat Mrs. Maggie E. Ridlehuber
has applied to the undersigned to have
set off' to her a hornestead in the per
sonal estate of her late husband, H. C.
Ridleh uber, deceased.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Omce, 2.5 Nov., 1890.
mCleanses and beautifies the hair.I
gr a owth.
: mNKSQO S m L
)O YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
3ABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,;
Qirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
;ets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
-om11forts, Blankets, and a thousand
ld one articles needed in a house,
lelivered at your depot at tht sane
)rice that you buy them in Augus,ta.
I Carry Everything
ou need, and can quote you prices
hat will satisfy you that I am giv
L dollar va ue for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
ieighborhood in the quickest possi
)le manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite cornplete, consist
ng of One Bedstead, full size and
igh head, One Bureau with glass,
)ne Wash-staud, One centre Table,
Fourcane seat chairs, One Rocker
:o match, well worth 20, but to in
roduce my goods in your neighbor
iood at once I will deliver the above
suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites In Walnut,
D)ak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, ruuning in price from the
sheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought alarge numnber of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $38.00. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
[s a walnut spring seat lounge, re
luced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
[s an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
rimmed up complete for $11..50 all
:arges paid to your depot, or a 5
role range with trimmings for $15.
lesides these I have the largest
toek of cooking stoves in the city,
ucluding the Gauze door stoves
nd Raniges and the CHARTER
)AK STOVES with patent wire
auze doors. I am delivering these
toves everywhere all freight
barges paid at the price of an
rdinary stove, while they are far
J perior to any other stoves made.
'ull particulars by mail.
100 ro,lls of matting 40 yds to the
>li 8.75 per roll.
1,000) Cornice Poles 25cts. each.
000 Window Shades 3x7 feet on
ring roller anid frninged at 371 ets.,
ich. You must j-ay your oiwn
eighlt on Cornice Poles. Window
hwiles anid Cloceks- Now see here,
cannot qfuote you everythingr~ I
a ve got i nia st ore containing 22,000
set of floor room, biesides its an
exes and facto~ry in airother part
f the town. I shall he pleased to
und you anything above nmeni
onied, on will send my
atalogue free if you will say you
w this advertisement in THE
I(TH ERus VrstroR, published at
'ew berry, S. C.
No goodls sent C. 0. 0., or on eon
gnment. I refer you to tIre editors
nd publishers of thris paper or to
nyhabrnking 'onicern in Angusta,
r to the Southern Express Co., all
f whomi know rie personally.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
ingusta, - - Georgia,
Proprietor of Padgett's Furni
ure, Stove, arid Carpet Stores.
Facor HarTTrrison St.
T. Q. BOOZER'S.
Cheaper than Ever Before
Offered in Newberry.
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
AND I ASSURE POLITE ATTEN
TION AND THE\
FOR THE MONEY.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Thos Q. Boozer.
FIRE, OYCLONES AND
inforn the public that we are pre
pared to insure property against loss by
Fire, Cyclones and Tornadues.
Your patroi'lge is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
Tothe People of Newberry:
nd Surrounding Counties
I HAVE RESTIE) THE PRAC
tice of Medicine in all of its
branches, and will attend calls at all
hours of the day or night iiin town or in
the conitry. Special atteliliol given
to the -tratment of Jiea:es of Fe
males, and to Chronic diseasus of all
kinds, including Port Nasal Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Skin diseases, Rheumatism,
Piles, etc.. etc., (te.
Office for the irxsent at n y res'
dece. SA PSON POPE, M. D.
May 15, 185n.
-. L. DOUCLAS
5I.0 TN.nud- We erL. caf shoe
U$L.0~ GodyarrWanthe and vry dars
ha.5 Pim name and price spelaol boted
W.oO. DUGA. okon. as
MINTE & AM ESN
NEWERR, S. C. s
$3 WSHOMAE C ENTLEM ENT
ine Canedstaterprof Gan.Erge
(fotm ter Whoitan, in the Pro ene
menofday, thusan d y of co Da e er
n 0 ext,e andned,an teeat and
plyeale for a finl hre as uradiit.
sai.0 dye a r etie.estnad rs
Shoe, a a poparrdpric
$3$ S OHESTE' NLkIS
to nyshessold thseu calDrgs.a
sanl sfooder bas oko n n
N.s.EdfERRY, reS.mta AT.
IHAVE CHANGED 1Y PLACE
of business from the J. D. Cash
building to the office lately occupied by
Dr. Sampson Pope, on Friend Street,
two doors below the Observer office,
where I will keep on hand a full line
of Domestie, Davis, New Home,
Wheeler & Wilson, and other Sewing
Machines, also some of the best makes
of Organs. Orders for Pianos filled at
short notice, and satisfaction ;guaran
teed on all sales. If you wat a Sew -
ing Machine, Organ, or Piano, don't
fail beforepurchasing to call on
D. B. WHEELER.
V INDLY THANKING IY'PAT
rons for past favors, I solicit a
share of their patronage by sending me
orders which I can fill at short notice
and small'profits,"and remain as ever
161 Fulton Ave., Astoria, N. Y.
TILLMAN GETS THAR.
ND So DOES J. S. R:SSELL IN LOW
i0 Cakes Col:ate Soap for 25ctsi; one lb, Knit
ting cotron for:n5 et.; 10 Papers Pins for 25
ets; Six spools Thread :5 cts: 2 swall or 1
lar;e box Mason sBlacking 5 ets; Checked
Homespun 5 ct per yard; uns quart Raven
Black Harness Uil '5 cts; Molasses-25c. 40c
good ;1c. and splendid N. 0. Ue per gallon,
I)ry Goods, Groceries. Shoes. lats, Notions
Tobacco, Canned Goodi, Hardware, Et., all
low down for ca-h.
J. S. RUSSELL.
N HOUSE ANJ LOT.CORNER
of Adams and I-arringion streets.
One Farm of 85 acres, two niiles of
For terms apply to
CARLISLE & LANE.
GEO. S. MOWER
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THECOURTS.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
XWOffice inj P. O.j Building M5
Anlal S of eW eT
HIS VALUABLE WORK I5
Tnow going through the press, and
will soon be ready for subscribers.
Besides the original Ann-ls of.Judge
O'Neall, this book will contain the
names of all the volunteers who went
from New berry District to the war with
Mexico; it will contain the names of
all fron the County who were in the
Confederate service in any capacity
that is, all whose niames the compiler
has been able to procure-with the cas
ualties that happened to them; it will
contain an account of the heroic death
of Calvin Crozier, who died that an
other might live; it will contain a
sketch of the trying times of the Re
It will contain some Revolutionary
anecdotes and scraps of history, not
nsually published in the histories of
the State, or of the United States. It
will tell of Emily Geiger and her peril
ous ride. It will contain sketches of
different sections of the county, of-the
schools, of the celebrated Mount Bethel
Academy, of the religious denomina
tions, of benevolent societies, of Miss
Galloway and her nmission to Egypt,
of changes in business and business
firms, of descendants of famniles who
long ago left this county.
It will contain some account of War
Times in Newberry during the late war
between tile States.
Nor is the literature of the country
forgotten, but specimnens of that will
be give.n; the history of the newspapers
will be related. Some account of the
old times, as seen through the eyes of
old men, wvill be given.
It has been the aim of the compiler
to make a book, valuable not only for
the prsn timie, but for generations to
come-a standardl work of reference in
the history of Newberry Counity.
A nd as tile number of copies printed
will be limited, it would be well for all
persons who wish copies to give their
namies, at an early (lay, to MIr. JTohn A.
Chapman, the author and compiler, or
to AULL & HOUSEA,
Publishers, New berry, S. C.
PR OF. P. M. WEITMAN,
716 BROAD ST,, I UGUSTA, GA,
CIVES FREE EYE TESTS
for Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopia
near sight,-Hyperopia--far sight
Simple Comipouud and Mixed Astig
miatism-irregular curve of the cornea
-An isometropia-u nequnal refraction
of two eyes-antd Asthenopia-weak
sight. Broken lenses repi.aced while
you wait. .Repairing of all kinids.
Testimonials from Rev. Lansing
Burrows, Rev. Wmt. F. Cook, Rev. J.
S. Patterson,- Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. 8.
P Hunt, Dr. V. G3. Hitt, Dr. W.. C.
WVardlaw, Dr. M. A. (lecklew, Robert
H. May, Mayor Ker Boye., Postmnas
ter, Patrtick WanlTh, President, "Au
gusta t'ihronicle Co." Also refers to
the editor of this paper.
them, one in every
Count or Tow n fur
nised tiable sr
c- - son (eith'r sex) eho
wall pron.he to shm v
it. 8 jDEilSI $C BOI
ew York Ctity.
- tie1 for,,tune-ha-heen ma*5'*:
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h ':..n hr..r v..n agr4 .) ibe
f&.~ ~ nue..r- rsre e.,.ily erning frotn f.' to
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RED CRO&S ODIAMOND BRANDA
f V. T--only .af,nre, n rliabCPillfor ale.
nr.s& Dieorn4 />'ad in RLed and Gold mntict
o et he kind, atefeese sLd,: u:on,s and Imtatios.
:pmo. are dangerous compterfeita. A t Druggista. or send us
as, ad "Helief foar Ladle.s,' Ia Letter, by return M=iL
so Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar
ests, Barber Furniture, Jewelry Trays
Ounantfits for Stores and
R IClON D A N D DAw .
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