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PROGRAMME FOR THE FAIR.
Gates open at 9 o'clock A. t%.
From 10 till 11 a display in the
arena of the premium saddle horses.
From 11 till 2 the same by the sin
gle and double harness horses.
At 2 P. M. the premiums will be
awarded from the Executive Stand, at
the conclusion of which the Fair will
At 3.30 P. M. a meeting of the
Society will be held for the election of
officers for ensuing year.
Each morning of the week, from 9
till 10 o'clock, will be devoted by the
respective Committees to plowing wat
ches and tests of all kinds of imple
ments. Plowmen are expected to fur
nish their own teams.
Committees will meet at the Secre.
tary's office at 9 o'clock of each day.
Animals may be exhibited under
more than one class at the same Fair.
PRICE OF ADMISSION.
Adults 50 ets.; children under 12
Coaches, carriages, wagons, &c. (in
mates paying for personal admission,)
50 cents; buggies and saddle-horses,
Delegates from Agricultural Socie
ties, reporters, &c., will receive a ticket
upon application at the Secretary's
office, which will entitle them to the
privileges of the grounds during the
Fare to the State Fair.
The following are the rates from
stations in this Couuty to the State
Fair in Columbia, which begins the
11th of November and closes the 14th.
Forround trip tickets: Pomaria, $1.30;
Prosperity, $1.60; Newberry, $1 .90 ;
Chappell's, $2.60. Tickets on sale
from the 8th to the 13th of Novem
ber, good to return till the 18th of
As to excursion trains from New-.
berry, we have received the following
from Jabez Norton, Jr., Gen. Ticket
Agt. 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 name the days
or the schedule-but probably each
day-leaving Newberry early in the
morning and returning in the even
We will keep our readers informed.
M1ACARONI WVITH EGGs.-Break
half a pound of niaearoni into short
bits; cook tender in boiling, salted
water ; drain well ; put into a deep
dish and pour over it a cupful of drawn
butter in which have been stirred two
beaten eggs, and two tablespoonfuls of
grated cheese, with salt and pepper.
Loosen the macaroni to allow the
sauce to penetrate the mass. Serve
with more grated cheese.
Establishedl f unenhanged
1857. jl 1,879.
M. FOOT & SON.
Attention is respectfully called to our
large and well Selected stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
DRESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, TWEEDS,
CASSIMERES, TRTMMINGS, NO
TIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
THE ABOVE GOODS
WILL BE SOLD AT LIVING PRICES!
x Graniteville Shirtings, Sheetings and
Drillings to Consumers and Farmers at
Aa- 1f you study your interest you will
conic and examine our btock belore pur
Awr Country produce bought at highest
MILLINERY and FANCY OODS.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
FA L L 0 P E N IN .'
M[s, Sophia M, Redus
Respectfully informs her friends and the
ladies generally, that her stock is now full
and complete, to which attention is called.
Ladies' and Children's Hats
TRIMMED TO ORDER.
FANCY TRIIMMINGS, CORSETS, VEIL
ING, RIBBONS, RUCHINGS AND
TIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Store Next to Dr. PelhaWs.
FANT & McWHIRTER,
NO. 2 MOLLOHON ROW.
(Accessible either from Caldwell or Pratt
Thanking our friends and patrons for past
patronage, we respectfully invite them to
call and examine our large and well assort
ed stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fine,Whiskeys and Brandys.
They will be cordially welcomed by our
Messrs. E. .M. Evans, G. B. McWhirter and
Mr. I. N. Gary is t o be found at our house
buying Cotton at highest prices.
The Largest and Best Stock
Paper and Envelopes ot aill kinds, Pens,
Pencils, Inks, Ink-stands, Clips. Files, Paper
Fasteners, Erasers, Rubber Bands, Slates.
Bibles, large and small, Bymnn Books,
School Books, Picture Books, Miscellaneous
Books. Novels, Writing Desks, Backgam
mon Boards, Alb)umns. Papetoric, Games.
And many other useful articles.
T HOS. F. -GR ENEKER,
130,K STORtE-IIERALD BUIiLDING.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON,
Silver Plated Table Knives and Forks,
Table and Tea Spoons, all guaranteed plated
on White 3Nctal.
Double Barrel Slot Guns, breach and
Hollow Ware. Wagon and Buggy Material,
such as Itims, Wheels, Spokes, &c.,
Wagon and Biugry Harness,
at living prices.
BUGGIES, top and no top, the best ever
offered in this County for the money.
Also, the STUDEBAKER WAGON, one. two,
three and four horse, the best wagon
M-W1C, guaranteed for 12 montls any
breakagu in that tinie rertairfut
free of charge.
BROWN & KIBER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FAMILY and PLANTATION
Farmers and others are invited to call
and examine stock and prices, and we guar
NEWBERRY, S. C.
B. I. RIMGE & SON,
ON THE MOWER CORNER, .
Invite attention to their large and choice
Farmers and others will do well to call
and examine quality and prices in
Woolen Goods, White Goods,
Shoes, Hats, &c.
EVEEYTHING OF THE BEST AND MAEK
ED LOW DOWN.
0. B. BuTER & 00.
MACHINE, BILA(iSMITHi AM]
D)ONE QUJ.CiLY AND ClUbEAPLY.
-N vsorleand competet workmer
A GoOD Wo3AN.-A good woman
neVer gi-ows old. Years may go over.
her head, but if benevolence and vir
tue dwell in her heart she is as cheer
ful as when the spring of life first
opened to her view. When we look
upon a good woman, we never think
of her age. She looks as charming as
when the rose of youth first bloomed
upon her cheek. That rose has not
faded yet ; it never will fade. In her
neighborhood she is the friend aiid
benefactor, in the church the devout
worshiper and exemplary Christiana
Who does not love and respect the
woman who has passed her days in
acts of kindness and mercy-who has
been the friend of man and God
whose whole life has been a scene ,of
kindness and love, a devotion of love
and religion ? We repeat, such a wo
man cannot grow old. She will always
be fresh and buoyant in spirits, and
active in humble deeds of mercy and
benevolence If a young lady desires
to retain the bloom and beauty of
youth, let her not yield to the sway of
fashion and folly; let her love truth
and virtue; and to the close of life
she will retain those feelings which
now make life appear a garden of
sweets ever fresh and new.
VERY RicH.-He had been sitting
still so long that the mother expected
to find him asleep when she looked
around and asked :
"Well, Harry, what are you think
"Ma, are we very rich ?" he solemn
ly inquired, by way of reply. '
"In one way we are," she said,
"your father says he values me at
three million dollars, you at two mil
lion, and the baby at one."
That closed the conversation on
that subject, but next morning, as
Harry was gettfng on his overcoat, he
examined the new patch which had
been added, and coolly observed :
"Well, I think father had better sell
off about half of you or the whole of
the baby and get the rest of us some
decent duds to put on."
EARLY RISING AND BEAUTY.--The
early morning hours have a potent
effect on the complexion, and it is bet
ter to see the sun rise, and sleep in
the middle of the day if one must to
secure the necessary sleep. The pure
morniug air has a tonic effect on the
nerves and the circulation of the blood.
Of course, the out-door air is what is
needed. If too cold, plant yourself
at the sunniest w.adow. American
women need more work in the open
air, if it is only that afforded by bal
BEGINNING THlE DAY ARIGHT-It
is very desirable that every day be
bgnright rather than wrong. Be
eunI right and it is pretty sure o en
-ight We kiv the father oaf a large
family who always comes to the br-eak
fast' table with a smile, and who
wakes up good nature in every child
before the weal is over, which lasta
gnrally all day.