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HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE.
Mr. Sidney Mayer, of No. 6, Loses Hi
Barn, Stables, Live Stock, And
Mr. Sidney Mayer, who lives or
the old Satterwhite place, in No.
6 Township, sustained a heavy los.
by fire on Friday night. His barr
and stables, containing a wagor
and buggy and a quantity of rougi
food, were totally destroyed, and
two mules and a horse were burnet
The fire was discovered at aboul
9 o'clock Friday night and was put
out. About an hour later the firc
started again and burned up the
property completely. It is believed
to have been of incendiaiy origin.
The place on which the fire
occurred is the property of Mr.
Mayer's mother. NI rs. LaurI
Iaver, and is near the old Doni
nick place and about 2 miles from
This section of tle county has
sustained a number of losses by
ire during the past year or more.
During last year Nir. Fred Har
M11's residence was destroyed.
Du erig laei part of this year
an old I<itchen near the residence
on Nir. F. 11. Dominick's place was
destroyed. Some time later Mr.
Hardy Proctor's store house was
bru:ne.d, and only a few months ago
Mr. Fred Harmon's gin and mill
were burned. All these fires oc
eurred within a radius of one or
two miles and were either very
destructive or only prevented from
being so by hard work. All the
ires are believed to have been of
incelldiary origin and t lie com1mun
Ity is Considerably wrought II), and
Second Week Jurors.
The follow\,ig jurors have been
Jrawi for the second week of the
Novembil er te in of court for New
berry Conity, being the Common
Pleas Court, comnmencing Novem
J. 13. T. Scott.
Jas. L. ConnI6ly.
Jesse B. Adams.
Joe XV. Elpting.
Press S. Livingston.
George 1'. Hunter.
Arthur II. Dickert, Sr.
Daniel P. Adams.
Leland M Speers.
J. S. \Verts.
Ira M. D)ominiick.
Geo. M. Kinard.
P. ID. Odell.
J. Partlow Neel.
TI. IHayne Chalners.
J. Ada Blaker.
J C. Tu'rner.
J. J. \Vhite.
Ocorge F. Krell.
Th'los. \\'. A braims.
Wmn. R. Smith, Sr.
J no. 1'. Cromer.
D)avid S. Teague.
Tlhomias Blair, Jr.
J . R. Bloutware.
lFrnest L. Paysinger.
T. Griff \Villiamis.
C. H. Shannon.
Jas. P. Blair, Jr.
A C:oming Marriage.
MIr. J. l. Stockmitan and1( NIiss~
tC ora Boozer, of theW St. I dikes see
*in will be marriedl at thet htomei
of th bride's parents today at
1 o'Jcc . m1., by thle Recv. I).
I'. Ili yd. Tlhie bride is thle yountg.
est daughter of' .\lr. II. V'. Boozer.
Thie bride and ( groom will leave i m
:n(diatehy after thle ceremony te
The Movements of Many People, Newber
rians and Those Who Visit
Dr. D. D. Wallace, of Wofford
college, Spartanburg, is in the city. t
Mrs. E. E. Manget of Trenton, C
S. C., is visiting Mrs. S. E. Broad
Mrs. Henry B. Wells left Satur
day for a visit to relatives in Col
Mr. N: .. Coleman, of Saluda
county, was in the city on Satur
Col. ). A. Ruff, of the county 1
went to Greenville on Saturday on I
Mtjor R. H. Welch was in Lau- j(
reus last week on professional buHi
Hon. Cole. L. Blease went to,s
C r.nviIle yesterday on professional j<
Miss Elizabeth Dominick, who
has iharge ot the school at Peak, ti
spent Sunday at home. tl
Sheriff M. N. Buford carried his ti
son Munson to Atlanta last week V
to have his eyes examined by a a
Mr. Oscar P. Wise has returned
to Tulane University, New Orleans,
to continue his course in medicine.
)r. W. E. Pelham, Jr., left on
Saturday for New Orleans to con
tinue his course in medicine in
Mr. Claude M. Riser, of New
berry college, has a position in Col
umbia during Fair week, in the w
office of the general superintendent "
of the Fair.
Col. 0. L. Schumpert attended
lie Sessions court in Laurens last w
week. Ile was one of the attorneys
ior the prosecution in the case he
against John G. Wham, who was tc
MLessrs. "I". T V. Cole:nan, B. 11. 1(
Jones, I. G. Smith, J. K. S. Ray, N
W. 11. Raysor, WN. A. Merchant,
and Dr. R. L. Stokes, prominent,p
citizens of the progre2rsive town of be
Whitmire, attended a Masonic
meeting in the city Satorday night.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
The Who What When Minst-els Tomor
row Night--What the Press Says
About the Troop.
The Who What Vhen Minstrels
wvill appear at the opera house .
nmorrrw night. Tlhis is one of ihe '
largest and best minstrel aggrega
tios niow touring the country.
Speaking of the leading membhers
of the troop the New York Herald
says: "Alsora and Parker are head
liners for this week at the Grand.
They are certainly a clever pair.
Now with the Who WVhat When
Constable Perry and The Officers Still
* Catching the Blind Tigers. 1
Constable Perry and Policeman
5. G. Carter seized three qjuarts andI
seven haIf-pints of liquor on Sun
day from Sam 1Ilarris, colored, at
his little shop) andi grocery' store
n fron t of t he I loge school.
Cont abhle Perry also capt ured
ninte quarts on Sunday from Peter
Adams, * aoero from Ninety-Six
wvho hats beenm in t he habhit of comn
ng to New ber t) purchase his
liquor. Adams was at the d1epot
ready to leave on the train. Hius
valiise wvas ex:tnnied by MIr. Perry
anid the liquor was found.
Constable P erry has been get
ting in somew good work for some
Reduced Rates to State Fair.
Tiets via Atlantie ( oast I ,ine on
sate Oct ober 2lth to 2Wth, incluisive,
anid tor trains sceledii( to arrive in
Cohunhia prior to ntoon o ( Oct t ober ;;)t h'.
l*inat limit of aull ticktIs will Ihe Novem
her 2nmd, 1 9ti3. Thew rates5 from New -
beI'rry to ( 'olumbnlia andt ret un totr this
occausiont will be $2.0.1, includling one ad
muistimn into rhn iair grondls.
AT THE LUTHERAN CHURCH.
rork of Erecting the Pipe Organ Pro- I
gressing Rapidly--Special Services.
Entertainment by the Ladies.
The work of erecting and voicing
lie pipe organ in the Lutheran <
hurch of the Redeemer is progress- a
ig rapidly, and will certainly be h
nished by Thursday or Friday. a
To services were held last Sunday, ti
nd the midweek service usually h
eld on Wednesday evening will at
e omitted thii week. v
In the Lutheran Church, the r<
unday nearest October 31st is "
nown as Reformation Sunda- a
lext Sunday will be the Festival cl
f the Refermation and will be ap
ropriately celebrated. The sub- "
:ct of the morning sermon will be fi
Justification by Faith." In the "
veling the monthly college night C
!rvice will be held, when the sub- "
ct of the address will be "The c<
ife of Faith."
Just one year, to the day, since '
ie ladies of the church conducted P
ie delightful entertainment, which t1
iey called "A Trip Round tle P
7orld," they are arranging to give W
iother unique entertainment, for G
hich they have not yet chosen a at
tine. It will be unique in many 01
ays. It will be held in the Ar- 01
ory on Friday evening, Noveml,- P
!r 6th. i
Tho installation of deacons, post- sil
>ned from last Sunday will take M
ace next Sunday. a
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VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The Who What When minstrels
ill appear at the opera houve to- 01
orrow night. tu
Johnston Academy, Mr. Thos. E. Ti
icker teacher, o)cld yesterday er
th a good eiirolient. v
Large crowds will go from New. na
rry to the State Fair today and m
morrow and Thursday. en
The Bachelor Maids will meet at
i- o'clock this afternoon witi h
iss Ihelen Mower.
The Workmen's Protective Union
Lid out $78 last week to its micm
rs in sick benefits.
NIrs. Bull, of Columbia, w\,ho is
siting in Helena, sang in Central bi
ethodist church Sunda,. inornitng, to
uch to the delight of the congre. th
lle Southern will operate special a
ins to Columbia on Wednesday N
id Thursday, leaving Newber-ry i
:. 820 a. mn., and returning lear'- se
Columbia at 6 30 p. nm.
A freight car onj the Southerni n
ad loaded with shafting jumnpedl i<
me track about 1 5o yards 1: Aow the b
opot here yesterday morning and ei
howed upl the grond for a few feet, y'
nally settled almost oni its sidle. ti
A protracted mleetinig was begun c
t O'Neall Street Methodist churchl "
ii Sundcay. Thle Rev. J. H.- Graves, C
1 0 eenmwood, arrived ini the city Ii
er erday to assist the pastor, the Ii
.G. E. Edwards, in conlductinlg a
Messrs. J. E. Lee and Ihhodes,
or the Mollohon mill village.t
hIese officers were chlosen by tIle
aill authorities and will be paid by
hem. Thecy were coinimissionIed
y the city. Mr. L4ee, tIle (lay
hlodles will be onl duity at night.
T1he Court of Commi n P1 :ilea' anld
enueral Session for Newherry will
onIvenie next Monday. Ini the
bseniceofJudge Klugh, who is sick,
Ion. HI. J. IIaynesworth, of Green
rille, will p)residIe duiring the hear
nig of I h1e juiry cases. Duirinig the
hird wveek lIon. J. WV. Ferguson,
>f l,aur;ens, will priesidec at the hear
ng of equiiit y canses.
Hie Was a Ilanidsomec Almnal.
elligenit she4pherdt dog U'. nied by
I arry WV. D oimiie ik is decad.Th
log was one of the Iinmest of his
SHO TOLD A PITIFUL STORY.
is Wife's Tearful Pleading,to Magistrath
Chappell Secures LawsGriffin's Re
lease From the Chain Gang.
Magistrate Chappell was unabl
> withstand the tears of a wife
di mother. By his order, her
Usband, unable to take the altern
tive of paying a fine, had gone to
ie gang the day before. When
a heard the woman's pleadings
id saw her tears he went to Super
sor Schum pert and agreed to be
sponsible for t he fine, and the
an was released from the gang
id went home to his vife and
h'lle man released from the gang
as Laws Griffin. IIe and his
tle brother, aged tLirteen years,
ere brought before Magistrate
happell Friday morning cliarged
ith p)etit larceny. The boy was
mnvicted of petit larceny and the
an of concealing the stolen prop
ty. and each was selteiced to
y a fine of $18.50 or to work on
e gang for thirty days. Each
caded guilty to the charge on
hich he Ni as convicted. The two
riflins were arrested by the town
ithoritiesearly Thursday morning,
a telegram from the conductor
1 the G., C. & N. train which
issed Clinton at 3.30 Thursday
rninq, stating that they were
spected of stealing a gold watch
d an empty pocket book from a
ly on the train. -The property
ais found on the man's person,
d he said the b, y stole it, and
e boy confessed the theft. The
il story of the crime and the cap
re appeared in the last issue of
ie Herald and News. The prop
.y when taken to a jeweler w.s
Itued nider ' 2o, and the crime
ving been committed at \'hit
re, in Newberry county, the
Se sVas taken before Magistraqe
lappell, with the result stated.
Grillin an I his brother being In
lie to pay the fine of $1i.go each
Llt to tihe gang Friday morning.
)e boy, it is said, proved to be a
rd customer, saying wihen he
aChed tihe gang that if he had to
> to work he su)posed he must,
it that he would like very much
have a cigarette first, if the gen
iman would give him one.
Laws Griffin, the elder nan, has
wife and three children at the
ollohon mill, wlhere he was work
g before gong to Chester in
arch of hands, on the return from
ich trip h~le got into the trouble
ich had sent him to hard labot
ir thiirty (lays for the coulnty'N
mneiit. His family was in straight
ed circumstances. A fter his con
iction, the woman said, starva
on staredl her and her three Ii tt I
iildren in the face. Saturdan
orning she went to Magistrat<
happ)eIl to ask intercession for ha
usband. She promised to helj
er husband work andl pay the fine
nd she promised to see that it wVa
aid. She said she wa~s physicall
nable to support her chilhdr i, ami
ey were throwvn on the mercy o
bie world She pleaded atnd finallI
lie wvept , and then it was that th,
agist rate p)romisedl that her huii
'and should be released. HeI at
anigedl the mat ter with Superviso
;cutm pert ,and on Sat urday Griflii
vent hack to his home at the Mol
G;rillim: brother, lie 'ittle ho)
s still on the gang.
T1he womn i on the triain from
vhomi the wtchi w.as takenm, it hai
ieeni lea rned from thle coinducitor o
le t ra in, was AMrs. W\'. A. IIlcarnes
if Lake Charles, Ita., who was o
icer way hiomie. Thie property ha
etn ret urnied to her by ihe m ailroa
If trmoubhled with ia weak <higest.io
ry C hoai nerlatinm's Stomuach andt in v
ilablets. They wilt ldo you good. 14
ale by W. E Pelhamn & Soni, New'
>erry, S. C. , and Priosp~erity D)rug C<
THE COTTON MARKET.
What the Fleecy Staple Was Bringing
Yesterday Afternoon in the Various
Porti6hs of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling . . . . . .... 90
Strict Middling .9...980
(Corrected by J. L. .and A. G. Wise.)
Good Middling. ..1020
(Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
Good Middling. . . . . . . . . 100
(Corrected by Aull, Hentz & Co.)
Gc:d Middling. . . . . . . . 995
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 10 124
(Corrected by Smith Bros.)
Good Middling ...... No market.
W ANTED.--- Manager for new
branch of our business here in
Newberry. Write promptly, with refer
ences The Morris Wholesale House,
W ANTED - Persimmon, Dogwood,
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight
paid on carloads. James Cockshot,
Charleston, S. C.
LOST-- Dove-colored, small Jerscey
L Cow, with small horns, white spots.
Stolen Friday, the 9th. Reward, $2.50.
TiE SrTZLER CO.,
Pomaria, S. C.
W ANTED - Saws to charpen. Fur
niture to repair. Mr. D. L. Ham,
the exv)ert, is with me and will do you
up rignt. R. C. WILLIAMS.
STRAYED-From W. R. Casey's,
in West End. pointer oup, 5
months' old. speckled, named "Beile."
Suitable reward if returned to this
office or Casey & Lee's store.
r1HE HOGAN SHOES are the best
for Children. Wide, durable, com
fortable. For .sale by
T. J. WOOTEN.
1 INE HORSES--Just received a
. nice lot of Kentucky horses. Call
and see them.
A. L. KNIGIITON & CO.
r1l E BEST SUIT for $l.50, $5, $5.50,
to$10 at WOOTEN'S.
STRAYEl) OR STOLEN- Yellow
A houid dog, 1 year old, white arolund
I-ek, white 'eet, tip o tail white, ans
wet* to name "l.'anger.'' Lost from my
home in Newberry. Suitable reward if
returned to T. D. JONES.
ELLS BORED-Although I have
W bored two thousand wells in
Newberry county I am still in the busi
ness. Parties desiring my services may
leave orders at my office over W. 'I.
I. A. McDowELi,
Newberry, S. C.
Mr. John J. Eargle who has bought
out the grocery s,.ore of C. W. Douglas
will also continue the restaurant at the
same place and you can secure a good
meal cheap. HieI also has a good line
of fancy and stap)le groceries at prices
that are reasonable.
How to Make Money.
Agents of either sex should today
write Marsh Manufacturing Co., 538
Lake Street, Chicago, for cuts and par
ticulars of their handsome Aluminum
Card Case wvith your name engraved on
it and filled wvith 100 Calling or Business
Cards. Everybody ordlers them. Sam
pIe Case and 100 Cards, postp)aid, 40c.
r'his Case and 100 Cards retail at 75
cents. You have only to show sample
to secure an order. Send 40c at once
for case andl 100 cards before some one
gets ahead of you.
W' Y NOT1 BUY I H1 HF.ilTF
Y'u c.an gret it fronm Guy Dan
1oIs. Ev' r-:thing to bw hadl from a
fi rste -ch Je w'l ry Store. The ti nest
and jlrge Mtoc~k of spect9cles andi
e3 egne in t he State.
SU Y DA NilEL.
D o vou want one of the prettiest and
most stylish IInts in towvn this season?
If so you must have it madle by the
Our prices are the lowest andl our
styles tihe newest that can be found in
- the city.
This is not a gentle wordl-but when
you think how liable you are not to pur
chase the only remedy universally
known and a remedly tha.t has had the
Slargest sale of any nmedicine in the
f world since 1868 for the cure and treat
ment of Consumption and Throat and(
Lung troubles without losing Ats great
a phharity all these years, you wvilIlihe
thankfCul we called your att ention to
S Boschee's German Syrup. There are so
Ll many ordinary cough remedi'.s miadet by
druggists atnd others thant are cheapll and(
good( for l ight coldls per hap s, buit. fori
especially for Coinsoinit ion, wherie there
ni is di flietilt'XiC expectorat ion and1( couighiing
duin the nights antd mornings, t here
r is nothing like Germaui Syriup. The 25
cent siz.e has j ust been in trodluced this
'- year. Regular size 75 cents. For sale