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FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 24.
We entirely neglected to write a Sal
lutatory for our little BULLETIN with
the first number, but do not overlook
the importance of a Valedictory an
nonneing that this issue is its last ap
pearance fur the season. We hope
that it has served the purpose designed
and has given satisfaction to the many
who have received it. Perhaps we
may do so again, don't know nov.
With many thanks to those who lib
erally gave us their cards, and to others
for their kind words, we shuffle off the
daily harness and fall back on the
weekly HErUALD, to which we kindly
Gave a very pleasant entertainment
in their Hall Wednesday evening. The
bad weather prevented a large attend
ance. Slasher and Crasher and Fish
Out of Water, two excellent comedies,
were played by members of the Club.
Last night the weather was good,
and the actors were greeted with a full
house. The performance of Wednes
day evening was repeated in first class
style, the frequent applause by the au
dience showing their warm apprecia
tion and enjoyment.
The fellows who run the "high die,"
"chuck-a-luck," "wheel of fortune,"
and such games. are reaping a rich
harvest. People who risk their money
at such things are impervious to good
advice, and we do not propose to waste
any on them: it would be "casting
pearls before swine." They belong to
that numerous class who only learn in
the school df experience.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Holmes, L. H.
Watts, Master of Laurens County, Mr.
J. A. Watts, Col.*. C. Watts, Mr. Ir
by and others from Laurens Court
House are attending the Fair-a fine
Mr. Geo. Marshall, of Ninety-Six, is
in town, with a splendid team 'of chest
Col. Win. Wallace, of Columbia, is
Those having articles on exhibition
here wishing to exhibit the same at the
State Fair can make their entries with
Col. Holloway, the Secretary, before
the Fair closes, and send articles down
Saturday before the Fair opens. This
is a great convenience.
We are plea'sed to learn that Mrs.
Langford returned from Maryland last
Friday. bringing with her Miss Henri
etta, of whose serious illness mention
has been made, and that she is some-f
Annie, a bright, pretty little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Y. Leavell,
died Thursday mnorning, of pneumonia,
ag.ed three years. She had been sick
only a few days.
IN TIME FOR THE FAIR!
The freshest, nicest and best lot of
French and American Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, &c.
Get a supply before going to the Fair. and
another when you return, from yonrs truly,
A. . JONES
At the old place next to Dr. Pelham's.
Visitors to the Fair
IN NEED OF
SHOES, SHIRTS, CRAVATS,
Will find it to their advantage to call on
WRIGHT&J. W, COPPOCK
Where can be found every article that
man or boy has need for, aily and all of
which will be sold at
PrIces Which Defy Competition!
Give Us a Trial and Be Conviued!
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Elegant Toilet Articles.
PURE IvIEDIGINAL WINE9 and
LIQUOBS A SPECIALTY,
*i PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED AT
&LL YOUR~S OF TILE DAY AND NIGHT.
H. A. BURNS
Is prepard for
NEWBERRY'S GALA WEEK,
And can show the choicest assortnment of
ONFECTIONERIES AND FRUITS,
legars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Pipes, &c.
Ever brought to this market.
Polite Attention !
STORE NEXT TO POST OFFICE,
NEWBEfiRY FEMALE ACADEMY.
: DRY GOODS. 2
The BULLETIN Will, diIng the Fair, con,
tai coluim afer eolnoin of a(lvertiseients
each adverti4(:r elaiming to have the best
and the ch(axest. I am not a magician.
and in spite of modern improvenents.have
no private met hd of importing goods from
the moon or from any other planct, nor
have I discnvercd the secret of making
money by selling all goods at less than cost.
And yet the comnpari.-son of my prices with
those of oth-r houses, ais well as the un
biased remarks ot enstomers. firmly con
vinces nIC that for GENERAL SnorN Iny. my
establishmen' is .sup-erior to aiy in New
berry. The Departments are all full. My
Mammoth 4tock connrises i)!Y Goois,
BooTS and !oEs. CLOrmNt, lTS., CROCK
ERY, TRUNKS. SADI)LES. IIAINEss, &C. FAN
CY GooDs and NOvIONS a specialty. 'artic
ular attention is called to the Department
of DREsS Gools an LAIES' CLoAKs. A lot
of Horse Covers at $1.5o each. A visit of
inspection, entailing no obiigation to pur
chase, is cordially extended to all.
W. T. TARRANT,
Next Door to the National Bank,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET F1NE
SILVER WARE, &c.,
AND THE PLACE IS AT
NEXT TO DR PELIIAM'S.
Where will be offered
During Fair Week.
Handsomest stock in Newberry and low
It yonr Watch is out of repair bring it in
and have it put in order.
W. H. WALLACE,
AiUmey al Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
JAMES F. TODD,
At the Old Baltimore Corner,
Extends a cordial invitation to all
VISITORS TO THE FAIR
To make his store headquarters for the pur
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS AND GROCERI ES,
COME ONE. COME ALL
Tiie Fair opens this morning with the
conmest for the best horseback riding by
boys under 15 years old. After which
comes the exhibition of Mules, then of
"Horses open to the County."
The attention of farmers and con
suniers is called to card of Mr. M.
Foot & Son, where tbey sell Granite
ville goods at manufacturers' prices by
Visitors to the Fair who visY
writc are invited to the HERALD Bo
Store. Paper, pen and ink will b
furnished free of charge.
Sample of Field Crops and Vegetabb
-Dr. J.Wm. Folk, supt; Committee,
F. Long, A. J. Gibson, W. L. Ducket
Household department, 'A'-B.
Ramnge. supt; Committee, Mrs. K.
Davis. Mrs. Frank Moon, Miss Edit
Henderson, 'B.' Committee, Mrs.
M. Baxter, Miss Lizzie Schumpert, M
T. B. Chalmers. 'C.' Committee,
H. Cline, Mrs. J. S. Hair, Mrs, Jo
Meredith, supt.; Committee, R. H. A
derson, Wallace A. Cline, J. N. Fowle
Leather, Harness, &c.-D. V. Scurr
supt; Committee, J. D. Hornsby, I. W
Herbert, R. L. Luther.
Chemicals, Oils, &c.-Dr. R. C. Ca
lisle, supt; Committee, Dr. J. K. Gil
der, Dr. J. M. Thompson, Dr. L. B
Domestic Manufactures-H. C. Mos
ley, supt; Committee, J. R. Wright, H
D. Boozer, Mrs. E. P. Chalmers.
Needle and Fancy Work-Jno.
Leavell, supt; Committee, Mrs. Jn
R. Sondley, Miss H. A. Keitt, Miss
Floriculture, Drawings and Painting
-Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Sr., supt; Commit
tee, Rev. J. C. Boyd, W. H. Wallac
Lewis W. Simkins.
Horses, Jacks and Mules-To be fil
Cattle-L. W. Bowers, supt; Co
mittee, E. S. Keitt, J. K. G. Nance,
Goats and Sheep-Perry Halfacr
supt; Committee, Jacob Epting, G.
Reagin, T. M. Lake.
Swine-J. C. S. Brown. supt; Coin
mittee, J. C. Duckett, R. S. Thomas, A
Poultry-P. J. Stephens, supt; Con
mnittee, J. Y. Harris, W. T. Robertso
Dr. J. L. Sims.
JOHN P. KINAR
NEWBERRY, S. C.
All goods consigned to my care will r
ceive prompt attention and sold to best a