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The daily herald bulletin. ([Newberry, S.C.]) 1879-1879, October 23, 1879, THE DAILY HERALD BULLETIN Fair Week, Image 2

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TURSDAY T NOR"C, OGT. 23.
The First Day of the Fair.
Notwithstanding tWe6ad condition. of
the weather, the Fair opened yesterday
under ver favorable circumstances.
The number of entries amounted to
nine hundred and fifty-eight, and the
articles on exhibition are very good.
The greatest display is in the Stock de
partment, the department which the
country at-large is most interested in,
and ths cultivation of wbich is chiefly
ealculated to develop general prosperi
ty. There is a considerable sprinkling
of blooded stock both among horses
and cattle. The display of South Caro
lina raised horses is fine; the colts es
pecially N. The next highest number of
entries is in field crops and vegetables,
-100 entries. As you enter the first
floor you find cotton in bales, cotton
stalks, (some six feet high raised on up
land,) pumpkins of wonderful size,
huge beets, (no "dead beats,") a splen
did collection of second crop Irish pota
toes, sugar cane grown in this county,
that looks like it might have been grown
in Florida, rice grown in Newberry,
cabbages, and many other things too
numerous to mention-all well worth
seeing, showing what wonders can be
accomplished on our lands by proper
cltivation. Up.stairs is the display of
household and fancy articles. &c.,
pickles, wines, lard, vinegar, soap, jel
lies, preserves, cake, bread, in delight
ful profusion. And then the fancy nee
dle work-one could linger over this
for bours, and could almost wish he
were a woman that be might make such
pretty things. Some of these are near
ly as pretty as the dear creatures them
selves. Could we say more ?
It's an abrupt change; but the dis
play of sheep, goats, swine and poultry
is first rate. Indeed all departments
are well and fully represented.
Personal.
Dr. J. W. Folk, of Jalapa, made
thirty-eight entrie.s.
Mr, C. H. Beard, of the Columbia
Register, is writing up the Fair for his
excellent paper.
Senator ipscomb is attending the
Fair, baying almost recovered'from Ois
recent severe illness.
Dr. -$.S.o fopef C o ia, is on
hand. He begght 4pAsplndid sam
ple of brooms, palmetto hats'and other
things to exhibit from the State Peni
tentiary.
-Between-six and seven hundred peo
ple were on the grounds yesterday.
The ladies were out in large numbers.
They are taking a great interest in the
Fair, and this factainsures success.
.There was a general exhibition oi
stock yesterday in the ring, but no corn
petition. The judges go regularly t<
work this morning.
TRESPIAN RAIL.
GALA WEEK!
Two Nights I
Wednesday and Thursday.
SLI8HER. ND CRA8HER!
YH OUT OF WATEII
" TICKETS TO BE HAD AT FANT'S
DRUG STORE.
Visitors to the Fair
IN NEED OF
C L O T ING,
Underwear,, Hats,
SHOES, SHIRTS, CRAVATS,
VALISES, U/MBRELLAS,
Will find it to their advantage to call on
WRIGT&J. W. COPPOCK9
MOLLOHON ROW,
Where can be found every article that
man or boy has need for, any and all of
which will be sold at
Prices which Def'y Competition!
Give Us a Trial and I; Convinced!
Dr.S.F.FANT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS,
MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
Choice Perfumeries,
-A'XD
Elegant Toilet Articles.
PURE HEDICINAL WINEf and
LIQUORS A SPECIALTY.
RESDRPTI0N$ COMPOUNDED AT
ALL HOURS -OF THE DAY AND NIGHT.
H. A. BURNS
- Is prepard for
NEWBERRY'S GALA WEEK,
And can show the choicest assortment Of
CONFECTIGNERllES AND FRUITS,
CANNED GOODS,
Segars,0Okarettes, Tobacco, Pipes, &c.
Ever brought to this market.
Polite Attention !
Popular Prices!
I TORE NXT TO POST OFFICE.
NEWBERRY FEMALE ACADEMY
cheap Tuition,
Thorough Education,
Xo Cramming!
: DRY GOODS. l
The BULLETIN will, during the Fair, con,
tain column after column of advertisements
each advertiser claiming to have the best
and the cheapest. I am not a magician,
and in spite of modern improvements,have
no private method of importing goods from
the moon or from any other planet, nor
have I discovered 1.ie secret of making
money by selling all goods at less than cost.
And yet the comparison of my prices with
those of other houses. as well as the un
biased remarks or customers, firmly con
vinces iie that for GENERAL SHOPP'NG, my
establishment is superior to any in New
berry. The Departments are all fAll. My
Mammoth Stock comprises Diy GooDs,
BooTs and inoEs. CLOTHING, HATS, CROCK
ERY, TRUNKS. SADDLES, JIARNESS,&c. FAN
CY GOODS and NoTIONS a specialty. Partic
ular attention is called to the Department
of DRESS GOODS and LA mEI' CLoAKs. A lot
of Horse Covers at $1 .50 each. A visit of
inspection, entailing no obligation to pur
chase, is cordially extended to all.
W. T. TARRANT,
Next Door to the National Bank,
NEWBEiY, S. C.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET FINE
Watches, Jewelry,
SILVER WARE, &c.,
AND THE PLACE 1S AT
EDUARD SCHOLTZ',
NEXT TO DR. PELHAM'S,
Where will be offered
BARCAINS
During Fair Week.
Handsomest stock in Newberry and low
est prices.
If ponr Watch is out of repair bring it in
and-lave it put in order.
W. H. WALLACE,
Aauffeyil. bawl
NEWBERRY, S. C.
-AND
tONPECTIMRlNEBIE
JAMES F. TODD,
At the 014 Baltimore Corner,
Extends a cordial invitation to all
VISITORS TO THE FAIR
Tomake his store headquarters for the pur
chase of
ONFETIONERY, FRUITS AND GROCERIES.
CO]ME ONE, COME ALL
Sample of Field Crops and Vegetables
-Dr. J.Wm. Folk, supt; Committee, G.
F. Long, A. J.'Gibsoi, W. L. Duckett.
Household department, 'A'-B. J.
Ramage. supt; Committee, Mrs. K. W.
Davis. Mrs. Frank Moon, Miss Edith
Henderson, 'B.' Committee, Mrs. J.
M. Baxter, Miss Lizzie Schumpert. Mrs.
T. B. Chalmers. 'C.' Committee, B.
H. Cline, Mrs. J. S. Hair, Mrs, John
Maxcy.
Mechanical department-James 0.
Meredith, supt.; Committee, R. H. An
derson, Wallace A. Cline, J. N. Fowles.
Leather, Harness, &c.-D. V. Scurry,
supt; Committee, J. D. Hornsby, I. W.
Herbert, R. L. Luther.
Chemicals, Oils, &c.-Dr. R. C. Car
lisle, supt; Committee, Dr. J. K. Gil
der, Dr. J. M. Thompson, Dr. L. B.
Bates.
Domestic Manufactures-H. C. Mose
ley, supt; Committee, J. R. Wright, H,
D. Boozer, Mrs. E. P. Chalmers.
Needle and Fancy Work-Jno. R.
Leavell, supt; Committee, Mrs. Jno.
R. Sondley, Miss H. A. Keitt, Miss D.
E. Ray.
Floriculture, Drawings and Paintih,s
-Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Sr., supt; Commit
tee, Rev. J. C. Boyd, W. H. Wallace,
Lewis W. Simkins.
Horses, Jacks and Mules-To be fill
ed.
Cattle-L. W. Bowers, supt; Com
mittee, E. S. Keitt, J. K. G. Nance, J.
H. Boulware.
Goats and Sheep-Perry Halfacre,
supt; Committee, Jacob Epting, G. B.
Reagin, T. M. Lake.
Swine-J. C. S. Brown. supt; Com
mittee, J. C. Duckett, R. S. Thomas, A.
M. Dominick.
Potiltry-P. J. Stephens, supt; Com
mittee, J. Y. Harris, W. T. Robertson,
Dr. J. L. Sims.
The needle and fancy work depart
ment we haviB never seen excelled.
Such beautiful hair work, feather dust
ers, tapestrywork (a fine specimen of
which iq a piano cover), fish scale flow
ers, worsted worE.
Among the cattle are native Alder
noys, Guernseys, Dev6ns, Biahmis.
Jerseys, Durhams and other imported
breeds.
IN TllI FOR THE FAIR !
JUST OPENED!
The freshest, nicest anid beat lot of.
French and American Candies,
Canned Goods,
Nuts, Fruits, &c..
Get a supply before going to the Fair, and'
another when you return, from yours truly,.
A. (C. JONES,
Ati the nol plaen next to Dr. Pelham's.

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