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Local and Special.
Please call at my store and sec Smith
Cotton Gin, newest out, and latest im
proved. S. P. BooZER.
Aug. 3, 1887.-lt.
Views of Newberx y.
Mr. J. Z. Salter has completed many
beautiful views of the city which he
now has for sale. He al-o has a few pic
tures of the base ball game at Green wood
left. His views of Newberry are beauti.
ful. i f.
"Oil Paintins," "Steel Engravings,
"Chromos," "Panel Pictures" and Pic
ture Easels" at
9-22 HUNT'S BoOK STORE.
Go to Hunt's Book Store and examine
their new Oxford Bibles.
A skilsal Operation.
Drs. Houseal and Kibler performed a
successful and skillful operation on
Tuesday morning, in straightening the
eyes of Lawrence Keitt, a colored boy,
who was badly crosseyed. His eyes are
now straight, and the operation was per
formed without pain or injury to the
A large supply of school books just
received at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
Don't fail to buy "Joy and Gladnes-,"
(songs used by Leitch and Marshall) at
HUNT'S BOOK STORE.
H. Foot, J.. & Co.
We invite attention to the announce
ment in this paper of 31. Foot, jr., & Co.
They carry a large stock of general
merchandise which they propose to sell,
in order to make room for their fall and
winter stock. It will be to the interest
of the purchaser to give them a call
while the opportunity lasts.
If you want a present of any kind go
or send your order to
9-22 HUNT'S BOOK STORE.
Bill Pads, Letter Pad=, &c., &c., at J.
W. Chapman's. 3-lG-tf.
The Xewb-rry Sraday School Con
Which met at Colony Church last
Thursday was the largest ever held in
the county. Thirty-eight schools were
represented, against twenty-five last
year. There were about a hundred-del
egates present. The following officers
were elected: Dr. G. W. Holland, pres
ident; Rev. J. C. Boyd, 1st vice-presi
dent; Maj. Jacob Epting, 2nd vice-presi
dent; G. G. Sale, secretary; D. B.
Wheeler, treasurer; T. S. Moorman, G.
B. Cromer, C. F. Boyd, H. S. Boozer,
John S. Car.wile, executive committee.
The discussions were free, full and
interesting, the audiences large and at
tentive. The convention was enter
tained with the utmost hospitality, and
the most hearty cordiality by the Colony
New Chapel Church was fixed upon
for the next meeting, which the execu
tive committee was instructed to set for
some time in July, 1888. Mr. D. B.
Wheeler, after some remarks upon the
growing observance of our National
Thanksgivinig day, and the duty of a
general r,Dservance of it, offered the fol
lowing resolution, which was unani
Resolred, T hat this c mnvention recom
mends that all the people of this county
meet at their respectivei places of wor
ship, and observe by appropriate reli
gious services, the National Thanksgiv
ing Day. ______
The Rafn Aga'u.
There was a very hard rain here on
last Sunday morning, and the lightning
and thunder were very heavy. Light
oning struck in several places but the
damage was slight Mr. D. W. T. Kib
ler's stable was strock about the centre
of the roof and shivered some of. the tim
bers of the roof and building, but with
very slight damage. A negro house on
college hill in which William Robertson
lives was struck about the chimney.
The mantel piece was shivered and
some things on it injured, but his wife
and another persen who were ini the
rear of the building were uninjured. A
pine tree on Mr. J. C. Wilson's place
*was also struck. It may have struck in
other places also.
The damage by the rain and wet
weather, in our opinion, has been com
paratively small in this county. There
has been some damage. Too much rain
f.or cotton, and in some low places the
corn has been washed away and drowned.
Saluda River was slightly out of banks
on last Friday, and again on Tuesday,
and in some places was over some bot
tom corn, and no doubt injured it to
some extent. Broad River, we hear,
has been more swollen p->ssibly, and as
a consequence has done some damage.
If nothing comes from now~ on to injure
or dest.roy the crops there v0 1 be a fine
..rvest. Thiet.a was more corn ph:mted
this year than usual, and it is all fiaie,
and it is now made if nothing p)revents
its being gathered. Up land and bot
tom land corn all looks line.
Tuesday the weather cleared eiT beau.
The damage from the rain and high
water in some places has bee-n to -rible.
In the western portion of Edgefield and
along the Savannah the loss is heavy.
and below Colum"'ia there has been con
siderable damage. It is estimatedl that
the penitentiary farm alone has lost 3C0
bales of cot on on i-s farm froem the higb
Secure the shadow ere the substaince
Such pretty weather get y-our picture
made.-S~alter. 8-l1-t f.
Every person should have a Bible, an~
row is tume time to buy a tinme Bible cheap.
Call and examnine our stock.
HrNT's BOOK STORE.
Student's Bibles for sale at Chapman's.
Open from 1st of September, a ne~
boarding house on College Street ; build
Ing new, rooms comfortable and well
furnished, good water, healthy location,
convenient alike to college, postoflice,
churches and business. Table supplied
with best the market aftords. Terms
reasonable. Apply early before best
rooms are taken. A. J. SPROLES.
Turnip Seed! Turnip Seed!! for sale
cheap at Robertson's Drug Store, oppo
site the Post Otlice. 6-30-t f.
Hunt's Bookstore keeps the largest stoeci
of small and family bibles, gospel hymnm
and all kinds of song books in tIhe city.
ie them your order. 9-22
Various and All About.
Prof. Dysinger is to be congratulated
its a daughter.
The town assessors began their work
Messrs. Scott & Brother are moving
their tin store into the store door to the
Send your name and address to the
Charleston Daily Sun and receive a copy
free. See notice.
Several Newberrians attended the
County Sunday-school Convention at
Colony last week.
The St. Luke's Farmer's Club will
give their barbecue on next Thursday,
18th, at St. Luke's.
The Newherry Cornet Band gave
Mayor Geo. B. Cormer a serenade on
last Friday night. The mayor gave them
The band will give an open air con
cert on the public square in front of the
court house this (Thursday) evening at
The union service on next Sunday
n'ght will be held at the Methodi.t
church and the sermon will be preached
by Rev. E. P. McClintock.
Mr. C. C. Davis is overhauling the
store lately occupied by B. H. Cline and
fixing it up for occupancy by Messrs.
Smith & Wearn as a clothing store.
Rev. Prof. Dysiager will preach in the
Lutheran church next Sunday morning.
The election of a pastor will be con
sidered at that time by the congregation.
At the meeting of the Building and
Loan Association last Monday night five
shares were bid off at 25. About $1,000
was carried over, there being no bidder.
The HERALD AND NEWS is under ol.
ligations to Mrs. W. T. Jackson for a
nice lot of excellent grapes for which we
return thanks. The "boys" enjoyed
Capt. M. L. Donaldson, of Greenville,
has accepted the invitation to deliver an
address at the Newberiy County Far
mer's Association on the first Monday
From a private letter received from
Col. J. N, Lipscomb by a citizen here,
we learn that he is busy at work, is in
charge of 20 divisions and has under him
Reason Jackson, colored, was bound
over to the sessions court by Justice
Blease on Tuesday, charged with shoot
ing his wife last Janua 7y. He was not
captured until last Saturday.
The farmers along Broad River in this
county have lost almost their entire crop
of corn by the overflow last week. The
river lacked about five feet of being as
high as the freshet of May, 18G.
Mr. T. F. Tarrant will open a mil
liner% store in the store now occupied
by Mr. R. D. Smith, about the middle of
September. Mr. Smith will move into
the store lately used by Mr. B. H. Cline.
Messrs. Buford & Riser will give their
barbeene and tournament at Liberty
Hall next Friday; 19th. There will be
several prizes given away and a large
crowd and a nice time may be expected.
We call attention to the announce
ment of Miss Mamie Holbrook in another
column. She will resume her classes in
music and those desiring instruction in
music will do nell to attend her instrue
The Future Progress Society will
have a celebration at Cedar Grove on
Friday, August 26th. Addresses will be
delivered by M. A. Carlisle, Esq., and
Rev. B. H. Wimn.e, and possibly several
Rev. W. M1. Grier. D. D., of Due West,
preached in the A. R. P. church on last
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
On Sunday night he preached at the
union service in the Lutheran church.
Dr. Grier is an able preacher.
The Newberry Rifles will be inspected
some time soon by G2n. Bonham. The
commissioned officers are engaged in pre
parinig a constitution and by-laws for
the government of the company. We
hope the boys will stick together and be
ready for inspection.
Rev. W. M1. Gr'er, D. D., requests us
to state that he will not be able to fill
his appointment at King Creek church
on next Saturday and Sabbath on ac
count of sickness in his family, and that
he will be there and preach for the con
gregation on the fourth Saturday and
Sabbath of this month.
Th'le negro boy charged with the felon
ious assault on Mr. S. L. Morris' six
year-old little girl. was comnmitted to
jail last Thursday. There was some
rumor of lynching him but we have
heard of nothing definite in that direc
tion and we suppose the law will be per
mitted to take its course.
If suitable arrangements and con
veniences were prepared in rear oi the
court house, for the use of the band.
open air concerts could be furnished the
city two or three times a week. It
would be a good idea. The band has
made such a proposition to the council,
and we hope it will be done.
It is suggested by our Mollohon cor
respondent that the time of holding the
next Farmer's County Club be changed
from t' e first Monday in September to
the 25:h day of August in order to secure
the presence of some distinguished
speakers who,could not be here in Sep
tember. Read his article and see his
Mr. G. W. Pearson's hous:: was
entered on Tuesday night of last week
and his pantry completely cleared of
provisions. Some spoons, forks, and
dishes wvere also taken. A window was,
raised and the rarties entered and de
parted without detection. They also
took eleven chickenis. No clue as yet
has been obtained as to the guilty
Giles Hiugg'mns alias Hutchminson has
been arrested and lodged in jail and has
confessed to breaking in the depot at
Chappells last week and sat's that he was
assisted by one Mouzon Singleton who
has not yet been captured. Hutchinson
says lhe got the pistol and $3 in money,
and that Singleton got the balance.
There is another warrant in M1r. Blease's
office for Giles Hiutchinson charging him
with stealing an overcoat from the
freight cab last Jatnuary. Those who
know say~ this fellow is the same one.
Every ol man, young man, woman
or child who wants a good laugh should
read "Ho0w -Private Geo. W. kFeck put
down the rebellion." It beats the Bad
Boy. For sale at
HUNT'S BOOK STORE.
Mr. Eugene Gritiin has gone to Vir
airs. R. Y. Leaveli is at Glenn
Mr. J. Harry Dysinger has gone to
3Ir. E. A. Scott left last S.iturday for
Mr 31. J. Epting, of Prosperity, was
in town last week.
Mr. W. W. Ipark returned to Colun
b'a on Wednesday.
Mrs. P. D. Mazvck and liftle daughter
have returned to Abbeville.
Miss Lula Mayzek, of Charleston, is
visiting relatives in Newberry.
Miss Carrie Maff'ett, of Silver Street,
is visiting Miss Nannie Wilson.
Miss Fannie Butler, of Columbi:n, is
visiting her aunt, 'Mrs. M. A. Evan;.
Mrs. J. Y. McFall and children re
turned fL om Ed,efield last Saturday.
Prof. E. 0. Counts, of Mt. Tabor High
School, was in town on last Saturday.
Rev. J. Steck, D. D., has been i.
town for several days during the week.
Col. 0. L. Sehumpert returned on
Tuesday from Spartanburg and Ashe
Mrs. L. C. hunter left yesterday to
visit her son, 1r. J. H. Hunter, at Pros
Miss Nannie McCaughrin and Mr. R.
L. McCaughrin's children are away for
Mr. P. Epstin, of Columbia, has been
on a visit to his son, Ir. 1. Epstin, dur
ing the week.
Mr. T. F. Harman retur.ed from Glenn
Springs on Tuesday. He took in the En- I
campment last week.
Mr. H. F. Shealy has gone to his
home in Lexington County on a two
week's visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leavell, Jr., of
Greenwood, are \isiting Mr. Leaveli's
father during the week.
Miss Clara Sanders, of New York,
who is on a visit to Miss Nathalie Ma
zyck, leaves to-day for Florida.
Rev. J. S. Cosby went to Pendleton
yesterday and will be absent next Sun
day. There will be no sericc next
Rev. J. L. Stokez, Messrs. A. J. Kil
gore, J. 31. Henry and others attended
the District Conference at Ninety Six
If you wish school books, slates, school
bags, school stationery, &c., at rock
bottom prices, call at Hunt's Bookstore.
Art Chenilles and Arasenes at J. W.
Postponed until after the heated term
-the reading circle. Good idea.
Who'll take in the grand tourname.it
and barbecue at N. F. Johnston's on
Friday, the 19th instant?
Several new organs have been sold
here in the past week or two 'uy Mr.
Ipark. They were bought by those of
our progressive citizens who have a pre
ponderance of girli. There's music in
Amos Keeter is in the village. [Not
original so far as Amos Keeter is con
cerned]. "There's a lively little creeter
which is known as Amos Keeter-ycu
think you're sure to lam it, and against
the wall you jam it, but you"l sadly
mutter - it, as it skips."
Last Sunday morning during the very
heavy thunder and rain storm the light
ning split a telegraph pole in front of
our residence and one near the colored
church. Lightning struck several trees
also around andl about the village. The
big solitary old dead pine in Mr. J. C.
Wilson's field was struck and largy
pieces of the timber flew in every direc
tion, leaving the body of the tree on
One of our most sensible citizens saye
a good appetite is a good sign of a good
constitution. Then if the size of a fel
low has anything to do with it, some of
us would have powerful consttutions
a regular "Mose" appetite. ([f you
don't know what a "Mose appetite" is,
get Dr. Welch to tell you, and if you
do not laugh you surely can't have any
of that sort of music in your soul). There
are several tremendous constitutions at
Helena. "No doubt of that." And this
fact reminds us that they are like the
old Romans who "nursed their palates
to such an extent that the 'second hun
ger' was cultivated as a science." Al
though they m,~y not be as enthusiastic
gastronomers as was the French judge
who on one occasion said to an astrono
mer, "I look upon -the invention of a
new dish as a far more interesting event
than the discovery of a new star," nor
as prodigal as old Heliogabalus (you re
member him) who had his peas sprinkled
with grains of gold, his. rice mixed with
pearls and his beans with amber, they
no doubt would occasionally enjoy the
sixteen elaboratc courses of the tables
of the monks of Canterbury, and indulge
in the luxurious Roman bill of fare.
We are glad that a good appetite is a
sign of a good constitution. "No doubt
of that." BURR JoYCE.
News and Courier, Columbia Re'g'ster,.
Harper's Magazine and Century. at T.
M!. C. A. Rooms FREE.
Harper's Weekly, Frank Leslie's 11
lustrated, Puck and Harper's Young
People at Y. 31. C. A. Rooms.
Another original picture puzy.le at Y.
M. C. A. Rooms. Come and read it.
"To him that knoweth to do good, and
dcath i# not, to him it is sin." Help
make the Y. M1. C. A. Rooms m, re at
tractive than p)laes of sin, and thus do
We still need books and a few large
pictures at the Y. M. C. A. Roomis.
Won't YOU help us t attract the young
men from places of vice?
"God loveth a cheerful giver." Wuat
books and ornaments w"l you give to
the Y. 3!. C. A. Rooms?
GIVE THEM A CHANCE!
That is to say your lungs. Also all
your breathing machinery. Very won
derful machinery it is. Not only the
large air-passages, hut the thousands of
little tubes and cavities leading from
When these are clogged and choked
with matter which ought not to be there,
your lungs cannot half 'o their work.
And what they do, they cannot do wel.11
Call it cold. cough, croup, pneumonia
catarrh, cousumpti in or any of the fam
ily of throat and nose and head ard
lung obstructio:is, are bad. All ougi ..
to be got rid of. There is just one sure
way to get ridof them. That is to take
Boschee's German Syrup, which any
druggist will sell yoe at 75 cents a bottle.
Eveni if everything else has failed you.
you may dependi upon this for certain..
Prosperity is deluged and " w.," is
at a premium.
Mrs. Caroline Boozer of Newberry has
been visiting in town for the last week.
Mr. A. M. Lester has been elected
town clerk rice F. L. Schnmpert re
Mr. K. D. Lake and family have moved
into their new residence on Main street.
We welcome them as neighbors and citi
Mrs. H. N. Crosson, of Long Lane,
who has been sick for some time at Mr.
A. P. Dominick's, we are glad to say is
Mrs. Jas. J. Mobley, Messrs. Stanford
and Johnnie Bland of Johnston are
spending several days with their sisters,
Mrs. J. E. Schumpert and Miss Emma
The town council has sunk one cistern
near the centre of the public square, and
others will be sunk in time. The fire ar
rangements cannot be peifected too soon
-a fire may occur at any time.
Pink Jones, the would-be rapist, was
captured last. Thursday by E. K. Beden
baugh on the plantation of Dr. John
Thompson, and safely lodged in jail.
Now let the law have its proper course.
Messrs. D. .C. Boland & Bro. have
their g'n house framed and "raised."
Messrs. Wheeler and Moseley are also
erecting one on the site of the burned
one. This will give us four steam gins
inside the corporate limits of town.
These men certainly think the cotton
crop is not all drowned, and I guess they
Mr. Fred L. Schumpert, of the firm of
Schumpert & Bro., leaves to-day for
Mar?n, Texas. We are indeed sorry to
lose our worthy young men, but when
our loss is their gain we should cheer
fully submit. We have long since been
satisfied that young men can make more
money by going West than they can by
remaining here. Marlin can boast of
quite a little colony of New berrians of a
high standing of intelligence and moral
The faces of the farmers in the coun
try do not beam so brightly as they did
two weeks ago. The incessant rains
have thrown a da; pness over their coun
tenances. That the cotton crop is in
jured some, does not admit of a doubt,
but it is impossible for us to even ap
proximate a percentage of damage at
this time. The farmers themselves dif
fer so widely in their estimates that a
conclusion cannot be safely reached.
Their opinions of the damage range
from ten to fifty per cent. In conse
quence of the continuous rains, rust has
made its appearance in some places.
Everywhere the weed has a surplus
growth without the corresponding fruit.
In other places the lower holls are rot
ting. The weather has now cleared
away beautifully, and should it continue
favorable to the plant during this month
there yet may be a good crop. We still
hope for the rest. Much destruction to
the young corn has occurred along the
banks of the Saluda and other low lands,
both by drowning and overflowing. In
some instances where the water was,
and is still over the corn, it is entirely
The C. & G. Railroad Company have
given usani elegant passengerand freight
depot here, and for which we are thank
ful, but as matters now stand, the indi
cations are that we are not to have a
cotton platform. The company put the
material down for building the platform
but are now hauFng it away..- The plat
form was to have been built on the
ground, upon which stand three ware
houses belonging to citizens of this
place. When these warehouses were
erected, the parties building and the
company entered into a written con
tract, one of the provisions of wvhich
was, that the party or parties so build
ing, was to remove the house or houses
at the ir.stance of the company, when
said company so desired or requested.
The company requested or ordered the
warehouses moved away by July 1st.
The parties owning the building asked
the company where to move them. The
company feels under no obligition to
respond, and we feel satisfied that they
niill not name any place which to move
them, they not caring particularly where
they are moved. We suppose that the
company does not care a great deal
whether the platform is buUt or rnot, as
they have a sufficiency of zoom on their
freight platform from which to load as
fast as cotton can be weighed, marked
and delivered there, but it will certainly
be a great inconvenience to the public
at large, and especially to the buyer
and seller. We do hope the matter w1ll
be satisfactorily arranged, and that the
platform will he built right speedily. We
will soon need it. TUBIE.
Go to J. W. Chapman's for School
-Mr. J. N. Wheat, of Pro-perity, spent
Saturday night in this community.
Cook Bros. had the misfortune to lose
about 10,000 brick by the recent rains.
Mrs. Satmuel L Sheely has been suff'
ering withm a case of "roscola" but glad
to learn is again convalescing.
We notice some of our farmers have
made a break in the fodder field this
This community was visited with an
other very hard rain on last Sabbath.
Indleed dust has now become a thing of
Miss Lizzie Werts, of the Jolly Street
section, we are sorry to learn, is lying
very low with a case of typ)hoid fever.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Miller, of the Mt. Pilgrim section died,
Thursday, also a little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Kempson died on Friday
last. The bereaved families have the
sincere -sympathies of this entire com
Mr. J. C. Counts, overseer on the road
leading from the Excel-ior academy tc
Mr. J. A. Rikard's residence, called out
his hands last week arid put the road in
a very good condition. The bridges had
got badly out of order.by the recent
While at Prosperity Saturday, we were
glad to see that preparations are being
made for their fire engine'. A cistern ih
being dug in front of IX heeler & Moce.
ley's establishment to furnish the water
We wish this new enterprise much sue.
We regret very much that we coulh
not attend the Sunday School convn
tion held at Colony Church on Thursday
and Friday last. We learn the meeting
was largely attended and the reports
from various sehools very interesting.
Two of the "Jim Crows" in this section
went out courting Saturday night and
we guess made pretty good headway as
each one returned in the wee late hour of 1
the night with a large bouquet pinned to
either side of their coats and carrying N
a kind of triangular smile on their faces.
Well boys, nothing like enjoying life. ']
For the Herald and News. 1 I
H IS I LENCE WOULD H 4 VE BEEN
It is deeply to be deplored that dhe
Hon. Jefferson Davis should have spoken
on the negative side of the vital qrues- (
tion of prohibition. Not that we would
be understood as denying to Mr. Davis, '
or to any other m:i, the right of private I
judgment or the ex ,ression of a convie
Yet there are times when it is the
part of wisdom to be silent-when "si- ,
lence" is indeed "golden." And that
was the time when good taste, tact and
judgment should have dictated silence A
to Mr. Davis, if he could not honestly
espouse the cause of temperance. The s
position he once occupied as a leader T
should have kept him from "snap" judg
ment. For he must know that, for good
or evil, he has a large following. There
are multitudes who do not think, but will
follow a leader; and if a blind leader,
then they follow to the death.
The love of strong drink i., without
doubt, the national sin, for it is the '1
fruitful parent of every other evil
notably among which are Sabbath B
breaking and a loose rein to the pas- A
The enlightened student of mental IN
science and the impartial historian who
shall write for truth as well as for h,story,
however much they may admire Mr. Da
vis for his other good qualities, will de
clare that he was without the prescience
of the statesman, and possessed of very D
strong prejudices. It is a pity that the ty
closing hours of his career should be at
The cause %hieh the venerable ex- I,
president was solicited to espouse is the
cause of virtue and of manhood. It has
arrayed on its side, with but compara
tively few exceptions. either in actual h<
enrollment or sympathy, all the ladies 31
of the land-not simply of the late
confederacy over which he once pre- 31
sided, and whose banner is furled, but o
from Maine to Texas and from shore to Sl
It would have been a glowing t'bute
to his "virtue and valor" had he raised
his shield in defence of the (lear women
of his common country, who are striving
to save the very "flower and loveliness" Ai
of the land from a conflict far more ter- Br
rific than that of an "army with ban- Bc
ners." *** BE
Three years ago I contracted a blood Da
poison. I applied to a physician at once
and his treatment came near killing me. Ed
I employed an old physician and then Fo
went to Ky. I then went to Hot Springs
and remained two months, but nothing
seemed to cure me permanently, al- sa
though temporary relief was given me.
My condition grew wo-'se and I applied T
to a noted quack, but I did not improve.
I then used a preparation which -was
prescribed "gratis," but it contained too
much alcohol and aggravated my suffer- ha
ings. I then placed myself under the wi
treatment of a noted Nashville physi- en
cian and for a time was benetitted, but ye
by fall I returned home a ruined man en
physically and financially, with but lit- of
tIe.prospects of ever getting well. My ye
money being exhausted, 1 did not know su
what to do- In May, 18S3, my mother ta
persuaded me to get a bottle of B. B. B. is
(made in Atlanta) and I did so to gratify al:
her, but to my utt: r astonishment I had ro
not finished the fira~ bottle before every co
ulcer had been he.ded. $1
To the present time I have used five s
bottles and have received more benefit Ss
than from all the rest cornbined; and I n<
am satisfied that B. B. B. is the most cij
wonderful blood purifier ever before cn
known, and I urge all afflicted young w
men to try one si ogle bottle and be con- fo
vinced. I can truly say I think it the rie
best medicine in the world. 'slI
- Z. T. HALLERTON. fu
Macon, Ga., May 1, 1886-Ob
VERY NEEVOUS. of
For many years I have been affieted d(
with Rheumatism combine<a witb some 0f
Kidney troubles. Indigestion finally
added to my misery and'I soon became'
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Miss S. ToMILINSoN*
Atlanta, Ga., May 4, 1886.
TO THE PUBLIC.
CHARLttrE, N. C.. A pril 21, 1886. ai
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climate fre~quently arises from a dis- I
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DIUEfWESTFEMA LE COLLEGE, I
Opens first Mom day in October. First
class teachers. <ourse thorough htnd
standard high. I .oms comfortably fir
nished. Special attention give n o '
Music. Art department an attraction.
Pupils made to feel at home. Moral;
tone of the school good. Board anid I
regular tuition, including Latin, .$1G~>
the year. Ms .N ONR
For Caitalogue, giving full particulars,
apply to the Principals.
Ma. L.. BONNER,
For the I1ERALD AND SEWS.
BEYOND THE EVENING STAR.
Y THE ACTHOR OF 'TO THE CITY BY THE SEA,"
""wJEN 19HE BIRDS MATE O1-? IN THE
SPR1%G." ''ADDRE . TO A GRADU
ArING CLASS," EMC., Lre.
eyond the bright EVENING STAR,
and the glitteringfields afar
There's a pure li' ht undimm'd by night
4ithin the golden bar.
'here are courts thatare paved with gold,
'here are palaces grand and old,
There are jasper walls and marble halls
'ree from decay or mould.
L'here are rivers that tranquilly flow,
Vith a melody soft and low;
There are meadows of green where
liowers are seen,
)f a weird and dazzling glow.
here are birds that forever sing,
a praise to the mighty KING;
There are fairy eyes in dreamy skies
hat smile on the balmy spring.
here are fountains pure and clear
hat heal all sorrowful care,
And the precious forms that left our
re reverently standing near.
'e've friends whom we never greet,
e've loved ones tender and sweet,
Whose drifting barque has pass'd the
here the river and ocean meet.
et far, ah! so far away,
'here the pure spirits stay
With a welcome face and a fond em
e hope to meet one day.
eyond the pale Evening Star,
nd the myriad worlds afar
There's eternal rest mid the sainted
ITHIN THE GATES AJAR.
Newberry August 8, 1887.
MiAs Lizzie Werts, daughter of Dr.
H. Werts, died August 9, 1S87, of
phoid fever, aged 18 years, S mouths
id 18 days.
Mr. 1luford Johnson died August 7,
S7, aged 45.
Mr. Martin Senn died A.' ;ust 9, 1887.
Mrs. Hipp died August 8, 1887, at the
>me of her son, Mr. J. H. Hipp, in the
Miss Enoree Kempson, daughter of
r. and Mrs. J. B. Kempson, was buried
1 the 6th instant at St. Paul's church.
ie was about 13 years old, and died
:>m a relapse of measles.
POST OFFICE, NEWBERRY, S. C.
,ist of letters unclaimed and advertised
ig. 10. 18s7.
on.. Gil be;, Gray, Leecv,
nds, Samuel. Hawpton.. ames,
tkper, Lerry, Hayle, T. I,
sintee, Laura, Harre, Sarah,
ldwell.I 'ice, Johnson, Laura,
ursey, A. J., Kinard. Corporing,
rper, Harriett, Lominick, R. L.,
leman, Patsy. (2) Lutl:, Malpe,
nnon. Cbas., Rook, Poller.
vis. W. S.. Swindler. .onroe,
u'las. Wi)!!am, Speaks. Marion,
%.s, Alice A., wallace. Mamie,
wards. Ellen, Wileon. J. W.,
wier'; Epna, Wiiliams, W. T.,
Walker, J. P.
'ersnns calling for these letters will please
that they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M.
A certra Cure for Cata:rW.
T RIME'E, T ENN., Feb. 28, 1887.
Sentlemen-For seven years I have
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ars. I need not tell. What were my
fierings of mind at not being able to
ste or smell anything, can be easily
agined. I was treated by physicians
during that time, and I tried nume
LIs medicines advertised. I bought one
urse of treatment I saw advertised for
8 that was rnot worth five cents. Last
ring a year ago a pamphlet from the
rift Specific Company, came under my
tice, and I determined to try the Spe
Ic. Foui teen small bottles completely
red me that spring and summer.
orked in the crop for the first time in
ur years, and I have been working
~ht along s'nce without having the
ghtest return of catarrh. The wonder
1 cure of me has been the means of
inging S. S. S. to the successful notice
many neighbors. I regard it as a won
rful blood purifier, and a certain erre
caMrrh when given a fair trial.
SAM. A. COLES.
Treatise on Bloo i and Skin Diseases
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., Drawer 3,
tlanta, Ga. 8-11-it.
[elena High School,
Male and Female.*
B,THUR XIBLER, A. B., Principal.
iss BEULAH E. GEENXKER, Ass'nt.
Second Session Opens
st M~1onday in September
Rd will continue nine calendar months.
'Tuition $1 to $2 per month accordinig
Board can be had in prnivate families
from $7 to $10 per month.
For further particulars apply to the
rincipal, or to
JAMES F. GLENN,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
JUST RECEIVED a fresh lot of
RENCHI CANDY, STICK AND
Green, Mixed and Black T.as. GOOD
en nessee and Kentucky Flour-very
w price for fine Flour.
sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Best Vin~eg:ar
Hard Time Prices.
Astral Oil at 20 cents per gallon.
I have a lot of Goods I am
Anxious to Sell
ifore the Fall trade commences, anid
ill therefore give some
~argains to Cash. Buyers.
SB. H, LOVELACE.
W. T. DAVIS
)oors, Sash, Blinds,
iackco mmalltrs Psx o1n1a Etc.
Lumber, Laths, Shingl.s, Lime. Ce
lent, and Builders' Materials of all
inds on hand.
Newberry, S. C,
r. Cotton GiBnersof Nebery.
We invite your attention to the .cele
rated Pratt Gins, Feeders and Con
ensers. For circulars, terms-and prices,
ddress MIcMASTER & GIBBES,
General Agents, Columbia, S. C.
-Or WHIiELER & MOSFLEY,
Agents for Newbe:ry County.
7-28-6t Prosperity. S. C.
SPRI G AID
SPRING AND SUM
NOVELTIES as well as S'I
Fine Tailor-Made Cloi
For the Summer I ha
Alpacas, Sicilian Cloths
in COATS an
SINGLE COATS,--LONG A
My SHOE DEPARTMENT c<
of Gents' and Ladies' Shoes, also ]
I keep a complete line of i
SHOES for Gentlemen's and Ladi
I keep FIRST-CLASS GOODS
Examine my goods and you are si
Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
We are receiving weekly additi
All-Over Laces, Orientals,
Surah Silks in evening and stree
Mourning Dress Goo
Ladies' Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes
Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes :
Roberts' Steel Scissors, '
Roberts' Gold-Eyed Needles.
Boys' Knee Suits. Boys' Knee
It has been talked thatwe
and Castings at very low prices.
of goods just as-cheap.
Ice Cream Fr<
Good Tobacco Five Cents per Plug
Ladies, why suffer in the laundry
LAUNDRY STOVE to pres
Why have your wearinig apparel
a machine that will wash and bles
rubbing. It is a perfect woi
We make a specialty of all work
Guttering, Zinc and Sheet Iron wi
Repairs on hand and.ordered when
Newberry, 5, C., May 9th, 1887.
-Desirous of offering an ei
Fall and Win
Do'n't think Our Stock is St
yourself and be convinced at the
M. FOO T, J
ALL OF THE BEl
$25 Cash and Balance Novemb<
on a Piano.
$10 Cash and Balance November
Delivered, freight free, to youri
15 days test trial and freight bol
Write for circulars.
L. A . HAWKINS, Agent. Newberry
'APLES of the
ing a Specialty
ve all kinds of
ED MEDIUM C
>ntains all Styles and f
Viisses' and Children's. _
'IEGLER BROS.' EI
at the LOWEST PRIC
ire to make a purchase.
R. D. SMITH,
(Successor to Cloud & Smith.}
ie "Newberry Clothie."
A, S. C.
ons to our large stock Off
t shades for combin
ds a Specialty. _
rants sold separate
S & EDMUNDS;
sell our stock of
We are selling other
Tobacco and Cl
-Twenty Plugs for $
room when we have
rent all that suffering'
torn to pieces? We ps
ch clothing without
der. Call and see it.
in the line of. Roofi'g.
ark, repairing, &c. &t&i#
ever desired. Satisfactioi
SCOTT & BRo.
2tire new stock of
NOW ON UAQI
nail. Come and see for
bargains we offer.
R., & 040
~r 1st, at spot cash pric
1st, at spot cash prices, a
~h ways, if not satisfactory~