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FRIDAY MORNING, uCT. 24
Among the patchwork quilts, two of
silk, Nos. 745 and 633, and 549, the hat
ter made by a little girl 6 years of age,
were particularly noticeable. A home
made rug, No. 132, also deserves men
tion, we could not ascertain of what
material it was made, but the amount
of work on it -vas wonderful. A wool
en counterpane, No. 333, was a good
piece of work.
The wine committee could'nt find a
cork screw to open their bottles until
an editor came up and furnished one
he uses on paregoric bottles. A thim
ble full of blackb,rry wine was his re
A very pretty piece of work and
very much aduired by the ladies was
a pillow sham with thread lace inser
tion, made with 25 bobbius. Oh the
amount of ..obbin' done.
Lace work by a child 14 years old,
a crotchet child's sack, a crotchet
shawl, a lace handkerchief. and a large
variety of Green house flowers, claim
ed much attention.
A long, low, plain shanty of undres
sed pine, with a door at either eud had
its scores of visitors. Mr. Thos. Q.
presided. No article was tagged, but
the fag 3 were refreshed.
Messrs. Smith & Christian have had
between two and three hundred horses
in their stables every day since the Fair
Mr. Robt. W. Atchison and Mr. Hen
ry Dorroh have as fine 'pairs of S. C.
raised mules as can be found in the
The order at the Fair Grounds yes
terday was excellent. Not a single
drunken man on the grounds.
Newberry can beat any County in the
State on fine horses. The display yes
terday was something to be proud of.
If you want any kind of Stationery,
fancy or plain, call at the HERAim Book
Store. Large variety, prices moderate.
If you would while away an hour in
pleasant reading get a cheap book at
HER~AD Store. Large variety to select
Read all of the advertisements ini to
day's paper. The nierchants mean bu
siness and we advise you to try them.
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
mons House. Polite attention and best
FAIR WEK ANNOUNMENT.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. GOODS
At Very Low Prices.
,,itLU X SITTEj WIll
NO. 3 MOLLOHON FOW,
Invite inspection of their stock of
IN ALL LINES.
EVERY AITICL: KEPT IN A FIRST
AND SOLD AT ROCK BED PRICES.
LONC. YARDS GIVEN
And Satisfaction Gmaranteed.
nuo il,GUGIE89.? k .
MADE OF THE BEST SELECTED SEA
MADE FOR 110ME lSE.
nWARRNImTED IN VERY RESPECT,
Repairing Done with
Neatness and Dispatch.
Iorse and Male Shoeing a Specialty.
Good Work and Low Prices.
J. T A Y-LO ,
OPPOSITE "JAIL '
NEWBERRY, S. C.
If You Want the Best Stove
for the Least Money, or
Tinware of any Kind,
R. B. KEENE,
In the Webb, Jones & Parker Building.
F. W. FANT,
N EW BE RRY, S. C.
If You Want
STiTIONERY 01R B00KS,
HRRIALRR BURK ST RE.
Avail yourselves of the opportunity of
calling EIRLY AND OFTEN at
The Grand Central
J. I). CASH,
WHERE CAN 13E FOUND
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
And in fact everything to suit the "fair"
Visitors to the Fair.
Prices as Low as Can
Come One and All!
We Bid You Welcome!
A. C. JONES. R. W. DAVIS.
MISS II. DANIEL. S. S. LANGFORD.
. W. BARLOW. W. J. LANGFORD.
AT NO.1 MOWER'S BLOCK,
May Be Found a Choice Stock of
Ladies' and Ghildron's Shoes,
And all other goods in these lines.
NO. 2 CONTAINS
Fancy and Heavy
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.
C. & G. S. NOWER.
Tbe undersigned represents only RELIA
BLE INSURANCE COMPANIES, among which
are some of the very STRONGEST COMPANIES
of the world.
T:ie aggregate assets of the Companies
represented in the Agency exceed
All of which are available for losses by
death and fire.
In the past thirteen years the Agency
has paid its patrons over
Only Equitable rates are charged, and all
losses are promptly and justly settled.
r All kinds of property are insured
and special inducements are offered to far
mers to insure their buildings and live
stock. Call and see the terms.
WM. F. NANCE, Agent.
Oct 22, 43-2m.eow.
THOS, Q. BOOZER'S
Corner of Friend and Caldwell Streets,
plied with the very best brands ndsp
WINES, LIQUORS and SEA$
CEO. S. MOWER,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C..
Books and Stationery