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WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCT. 22.
The Herald Bulletin.
We present our little BULLETIN to
the members of the Newberry Agricul
tural and Mechanical Society, visitors
and citizens generally, as an aid to the
success of this our Second Annual Fair,
distributing it free to all in the hope
tha it willserve the purpose intended,
and prove of interest. It will be issned
each morning of the E%nibition and
w.ill contain as much of each day's
doings as we can squeeze into so limited
a spaoe. Believing that it will be ap
preciated we send it on its mission.
The indications to-night as we go to
press are that we will have a wet tine,
but the people of Newberry will not let
that dampen their ardor, as they intend
to make the Fair a success. A large
crowd is expected to be out to-day of
those '-who never mind the weather so
the wind don't blow."
The Secretary of the Newberry
Agricultural and Mechanical Society
is a model of patience and industry.
Through all the confusion, annoyances
and hard work of his position he pur
sues placidly the even tenor of his
way, always as serene as a clear May
morn.
The Exhibition Building is a neat
and substautial structure ; its dimen
sions are 75x52, with two piazzas 75
x12. The timbers are very large, and
you couldn't break it down if yon were
to pack people in it from floors to ceil
ing-so there's no danger of a catas
trophe.
We hear farmers say that they would
like to do their trading here at home,
but can't because they can get more
for -cotton at road side stations. Is this
true-and who is responsible for it?
The Committee has 206 premiums
in silver and over 8300 in money to
be distributed as prizes at the County
Fair.
Don't let the wet weather 'deter you
from going to the Fair Grounds; you
can be as comfortable there as any
where.
A visit to the Fair Grounds late yes
terday evening showed that the articles
oa exhibition in the dliferent depart
ments are of a superior ebaracter.
The music by the Newherry Band
will add greatly~ to the pleasures of
the Fair.
The owners' names will not appear
upon the articles exhibited; they will
be designated by numbers.
There have been about scee hun
dred entries for the Fair.
THESPIAN HALL.
GALA WEEK!
Two Nights I
Wednesday and Thursday.
SLASHIERI ND tRUDE1R!
-AND
FINH OUT OF WATER$
g TICKETS TO BE IAD AT FANT'S
DRUG STORE.
Visitors to the Fair
IN NEED OF
CLOT HING,
iFuderwear, Hats,
SHOES, SHIRTS, CRAVATS,
VALISES, 1MBRELLAS,
Will find it to their advantage to call on
RIGHT&J W. COPPOCK,
MOLLOHON ROW,
Where can be found every acticle that
man or boy has necd for, any and all of
which will be sold at
Pricis Mich Defy competition
Give Us a Trial and Be Couvice.d!
Dr.S.F.FANT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS,
MEDICINES.,
CHEMICALS,
Choice Perfumeries,
-AND
Elegant Toilet Articles.
PURE MEDICINAL WINES and
LIQUORS A 9PE1IALTY.
Aj PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED AT
ALI, 110URS OF THE DAY AND NIGHT.
i. A. BURNS
Is prepard for
NEWBERRY'S GALA WEEK,
And can show the choicest assortment of
CONFECT!ONERIES AND FRUITS,
CANNED GOODS,
Segars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Pip.es, &c.
Ever brought to this market.
Polite Attention !
Popular Prices!
STORE NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
NEWBERRY FEMALE ACADEMY,
Cheap Tuition,
Thorough Education,
.7*0 cram ntg!
21 DRY GOODS. :
The BULLETI V; i. l'uring the Fair, con,
tain COluun art er on mn of advert iscimlelits
each advert iser clai;.ing to have the best
and the hapest. I am not, a mtaigician,
.and il Spite of modern improveneiits. have
no private nmthod of importing goods from
the moon or from any other planet, nor
have I discovered the secret of making
money by selling all goods at less than cost.
And yet th)e cormiparison of my prices with
those of other houses, as well as the un
biased reniarks or customers. firmly con
vinces InC that for GENERAL SHOPING, my
establishment is superior to any in New.
berry. The Departments are all full. My
Maminoii Stock toniprises DiY GOODS,
BooTs and SHOES. CLOTHING, HATS, CROCK
ER~Y, TmNKS, SADDLE.4, lARNsEs,&c. FAN
CY Goois aid NOTIONs a specialty. Partic
ular attention i8 called to the DelarLnent
of DRESS GOODS .1,1d LA DIES' CLOAKs. A lot
of Horse Covers at $.50 each. A visit of
inspection, ent:Li]iUg 110 obligation to pur
chase, is cordially eXtended 1'o all.
W. T. TARRANT,
Next Door to the National Bank,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET FINE
Watches, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, &c.,
- AND THE PLACE IS AT
EDUARD SCHOLTZ',
NEXT TO DR. PELHAM'S,
Where will be offered
BARCAINS
During Fair Week.
Handsomest stock in Newberry and low
est price!.
SIf your Watch is out of repair bring it in
ana. have iLt puL in order.
W. H. WALLACE,
MoeIufy at Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
GROCERIES
J A ME.S F. T OD D,
At the Old Baltimore Corner,
Extends a cordial invitation to all
VISITORS TO THE FAIR
To make his store headquarters for the pur
chase of
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS AND GROCERIES,'
COME ONE. COME ALL
Fare to the State Fair.
The following are the rates from
stations in this County to the State
Fair in Columbia, which begins the
I th of November and closes the 14th.
For round trip tickeEs: Pomaria, $1.30;
Prosperity, $1.60 ;. Newberry, $1.90 ;
Cimppell's, $2.60. Tickets on sale
from the 8th to the 13th of Novem
ber, good to return till the 18th of
NoveOMber, inclusive.
As to excursion trains from New
berry, we have received the following
from Jabez Norton, Jr., Gen. Ticket
A Lt. of the G. & C. R. R. : "Unless
some unforeseen circumstance arises
to prevent, we will run the excursion
train between Newberry and Colum
bia. We cannot yet niame the days
or the schedule-but probably each
day-leaving Newberry early in the
morning and returning in the even
ing."
We will keep our readers informed.
Newberry County has as many
pretty women to the square mile as
any place on the top of the earth. If
you don't believe it just keep.your
eyes open this week and see.
Visitors to the Fair
Are cordially invited by P. A. Clark
to visit.him at J. B. Leonards' Family
Grocery Store, next door north of Sim
nions House. Polite attention and best
quality of goods. St.
Brown & Kibler are buying cotton
and propose to give the highest mar
ket price for it. Their object is to
bring trade to the town, not to drive it
off. That is right gentlemen, keep up
the price.
Eagene started to Miss Fannie LePv
ell's School last week and reported at*
night that he, Annie G. and Beata L.9
were the only noys who behaved well.
There is space for a few more cards
in the BULLETIN7-take a place in it for
Thursdi:y morning. It don't cost much.
Anybody can afford to sleep on a bed
stead at present prices. M. Foot &
Son can sell you a sleeper at $2.50.
Look out for pickpockets-as a pre
eaution against heavy loss do not take
more than $1,000 to the Fair Grounds.
DI TIME FOR THE FAIR !
JUST OPENED!
The freshest, nicest and best lot of
French and American Cades
Canned Goods,
Nuts, Fruits, &c;.
Get a supply before going to the Fair, and
another when you return, Irom yours truly,.
A. C. JONES,
At the old plae next in.Dr. Pelham's.j

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