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T. F. GRENEKER, PUB'x. Fair Week, Fridayj October 24, 1879. ..-?E DISTIBUTION.
ONE, TWO THREE AND FOUR HORSE
Vhich gave such universal satisfrtction io
customers last season. Bought before
erecent heavy advance 'in Iron. andi o0
rbd to ou frIends for nextthirty dai%-* V
d prices for cash. Now is your time to
t a good wagon cheap.
S. P. BOOZER'S
ARNES8, SADDLERV, &U
ne, Two and Four Horse Wagon Iar
ingle and Double Buggy Harness.
ens'. Youths' and Boys' Saddles.
agon and Buggy Cbllars, Wagon and
ggy Whips, uiding and Blind 'firidles,
die Cloths, Horse Covers, Halters, &c.,
itending to make a specialty of the above
ntioned Goods, 1 have probably the lar
t stockl' ever offered in -Newbeiry,and
uld ask your attention to the same, feel
assured that I can suit you in quality
S. P. BOOZER.
ational Bank of X wberry,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
PAID UP CAPITAL
rplus Profits, $65,000.00.
R. L. McCAUGHRIN, President.
JOHN B. CARWILE, Cashier.
T. S. DUNCAN, Ass't Cashier.
YOU WTANTTO ATTEND THE COMY FAIR
IN A NICE FITTING
Suit of Clothes,
E. A. SCOTT'S
shionable Clothing Store,
ere you can be fitted out in the LATEST
NO. C. WILSON,
gent for the Following Guanos and
Pacific Soluble Guano and
Wando Guano and Acid.
0. L. SCHUMPERT,
Offce, No. 11 Boyce Street,
NERWBER R Y. S. C.
Second Day of the Fair.
Thursday morning dawned heavily
as did the day previovs, but Newberry
and her many delighted visitors were
not by any means in a like condition.
That the sun was not visible was a dis
appointment, but not sufiicient cause to
dampen the general ardor. Soon after
the gates were opened the rank and
file began to gather and it was not
long ere the spacious exhibition hall
was pretty well filled. About this time
the clouds began to thin and show
patches of blue, and then the sun burst
forth to the great delight ofall, mothers
with their little darlings not excepted
who apprehended for their precious
charges nothing short of a ducking
ere the day was over. Luckily the day
continued fine and the hope is now en
tertained that the closing scenes of
this our Second Annual Fair will be en
joyed under the influence of fair weather.
It was our pleasure to ramble through
the halls before the outdoor sports be
gan and during the shooting contest
which to many was terribly long
and gaze long and lingeringly upon
the many beautiful pieces of woman's
handiwork in the shape of quilts, coun
terpanes, crochet shawls, fascinators,
sacks, pillow shams, lace handkerchiefs,
collars, socks, slippers, and many others
in this line; and from that to the House
hold Domestic Department where our
hurried glance yesterday afforded us
glimpses of bread in various forms,
cakes, wines, and scores of other delec
table table comforts, all the conception
and make up of woman-and we will
be pardoned for asking here what would
wo do without woman, and whatkind
of bread and sweetmeats would we
have? Happening about while the
Committees were engaged in the work
of sampling we were allowed to taste,
and our judgment is that the specimens
were all as good as can be made. Our
spaice forbidding more than general
mention and knowing that the several
committees of ladies and gentlemen
will do their duty though the heavens
Il, we leave this interesting subject
and let the reader wait for their deci
The first thing of the day was the
shooting match. The following is the
score made. The balls did not break
easily; some failed to break after
being shot through. With glas balls,
instead of "'concrete", the score would
have I can better. IBut the fact still
rma:inIs thiatihe shocotinig was not good,
not near up to the ordinary p)ractice:
L.ONG LANE CLUB.
G. W rooks, 2 10
Caldwell, 3 9
W. C. Cromer, 3 9
H1. W. Cromer, 4 8
Cunningham, 3 9
Gibson, 9 12
Brown, 4 8
Total, 19 6a
J. A. Cromer, 3 9
F. Brooks, 1 11
Feltinan, 2 10
Hutchinson, 4 8
Keitt. 4 8
Ruff, 6 6
Willingham, 2 10
Total, 22 * 62
Ewart, 3 9
Fowles, 4 8
Gilder, 6 6
Nance, 3 9
Tarrant, 5 7
Thompson, 1 11
Total, 27 57
The exhibition of horses came on af
ter the shooting.
For the best stallion, not thorough
bred, over 3 years old. F. W. Fant en
tered a sorrel; Mr. Hazel, of E.lgefield,
a black-Mr. Fant's took the ribbon.
Best and second best brood mare and
colt-4 entries. J. M. Johnstone's took
Two year old colts. D. V. Scurry,
J. C. Duckett, W. L. Duckett. The
last named took the ribbon.
Best 1 year old colt-12 entries
Jack Sims, colored.
Best colt under 1 year cold-3 entries
Best 3 year old colt-Daniel Werts.
Best pair matched heavy draft horses
-3 entries-D. W. T. Kibler.
Best pair matched light draft horses
-4 entries-J. B. Clary.
Best single harness horse or mare
19 entries-I. N. Gary.
Best saddle horse or mare-12entries
Best combined horse or mare-9 en
tries-J.'F. Schum pert.
Fastest pair trotting horses or mares
-F. W. Fant and J. M. Johinstone.
Fastest trotting single horse or mare
-F. W. Fant.
Fastest pacing horse or mare-JT. A.
Best riding by a man-Antine Buz
COTTON BU YER
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Always Pays the Top of the Market.
J. IN. 31ARN. J. It. MARTIN
I. N, MRTIN & CO.,
(Successors to Mayes & Martin,)
GROURIES, GRiANS, IIARI.WARD , &c.
Agents for the Piedmont Manufacturing
Also, Agents for Buggies and Wagons,
and Cotton Gins.
NEWBERR Y. S. C.
One Hidfod Raw ides,
At PINE GROVE TANNERY.
MARTIN & MOER,
D. B. WHEELER & CO.,
New Store, Next tj T. D. Cash.
FULL STOCK OF
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES,
Qltting. Trvnk4,, Va0.is-, (ebeettas,
IMking Glasses, Cokeey amd
Satisfaction guaranteed and lowest prices.
Call and see us.
J. B. LEONARD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
'Wines, Liquors, Segars, Tobaccos, Pipes,
Corner Main and Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
1PTROPOLITAN" FURNITURE ROOMS!
ROBT. Y. LEAVELL, Proprietor.
Black Walnut and Poplar Chamber Suits,
Parlor Suits. Piece Goods of various kinds,
nut and Poplar Wardrobes, Bureaus, Bed
steads. Washistands, Desks, Walnut, Oak
andi Maple Cane-Seat Chairs, Patent Bed
downSace san( 1ue s WlPictures and
Frames. Mirror Plate to lit in Old Frames,~
The Best Goods Made ! Latest Designs! At
Prices to Suit! Come and See !