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Local and Special.
Scott & Bro.
Next door to the post office, are pre- t
pared to do all kinds of tin work, stove
repairing, and roofing with neatness and 1
dispatch. S,!e their ad. In this paper.
C. F. Jackson.
Manager of the Columbia Cash Dry o
Goods Store, is prepared to give extra
bargains in his line, a, he sells strictly
for the cai. On first of January next
he will give away cash prizes to the
largest purchas-r of dry goods from his y
store between this and that time. We
invite attention to his ad. in this paper. .li
I have added a restnurant to my busi
ness at the old stand of Wheeler Bros ,
on Main Street. Meals at all hours of 3
the day. Oysters, Ham and Eggs, Fish
and in fact every thing kept in a tirst
class restaurant. Give me a call-prices
to suit the time=. In my absence Mr t,
Gary Coleman will see that you are
tf. JOHN F. WHEELER.
Public School Teachers.
At the recent examination for teach
ers for the free public schools there were
twenty-one applicants, nine white and
twelve colored. Of the whites there were
two males and seven females. Six fe
males received first grade certificates
and one female third grade. The tw%o g
white males were given second grade tl
Of the twelve colored upplicants three
received second grade and four third e:
grade certificates. Five failed to pass b
the examination. None received first t
Sells 8 cakes of Colhate Soap" for 25
cents; Crockeryware, Glassware, Lamps,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises ;
and a general stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries. All low down for cash-give
him a trial and be convirced. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. tf. i
A fine lot of Breech-loading Shot
Guns and Ammunition, for sale at very
low prices, b3 C
3t. PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Jas. K. P. Goggans, Esq., who repre
sented the county in the suits of Hen- r
derson vs. the County and Chick vs. the
County, received a dispatch yesterday p
informing him that he had gained the d
cases in the Supreme Court. The suits b
were instituted to compel the county to el
pay for mules, wagon, etc., lost at Hen
derson Ferry by the sinking of a private Ei
ferry boat, which Mr. Henderson was f,
running under a contract with the a
County Commiseioners. - The Circuit it
Court held that such contract could not
bind the county, and the Supreme Court
sustains the judgment of the Circuit h
Court and dismisses the complaint -
Observer, Oct. 27.
J. W. Chapman has just received a a
lot of that good and cheap paper, .5 cents u
and 10 cents per qutire. Also blank
books from full demy to pocket men.o
randum. He keeps constantly on hand "
a full line of School Books, College U
Text-Books, Bibles, Hymn Books, &c. h
Call and get his-prices before buying b
elsewhere. ?f. b
Everyone should see Wright & J. W. it
Coppock's LUderwear before purchas
ing; it is as comfortable as ornamental.
This is saying much, but 'tis true. tf. I
Fifty Years MYarried.
On the 2d of November, 1837, Mr. J.
P. Pooi of Greenville and Miss Nancy
Wells of Newberry, were united in mar
riage by Rev. Jonathan Galloway. Ont
yesterd:'y this h;onoredl conple celebrated
the fiftieth anniversary of their mar
riage, or their golden wedding. t
Mr. J. P. Pool has been a citizen of e
our town since 1863, having moved here
To this marriage seven children have
been born, only three surviving who
were present yesterday: Mr. T. C. q
Pool, Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert and Mrs. 3
C. C. Chase. They have fifteen grand ~
children living-and one great grand
It was no doubt a happy reunion. t
Not many couples have the good fortuner
to live together so long. The HERALD
AND NEWS extends its congratulations
and wishes them m &ny more years oft
Call at Wright & J. W. Coppock's and
get a better shoe than you canl buy else
where for th- same amount.I
A wor~d to the wise is sufficient. It is
neither too hot nor too cold, so come
this fine weather and get your picture
"Secure the sh idow ere the substauce
SIs the motto of our glorious art;
"Ltnature copy that which nature
Ere friends from friends on earth do<
While you are in Newberry call at
the Photogradph Gallery or the Book
S,tores and see those life-like Portraits
by Salter, in Crayon and Ink. tf.
W right & J. W. Coppock's is the placer
to get your Clothing, if you want to get,
the worth of your money. tf.
Do pay Peoples & Johnson what you5
owe them. . 3t.
Go to Hunt's Book Store ,r.nd examine]
their new Oxford Bibles.
* The Annals ofrNewberry.
[ Mr. John A. Chapman, of Newt berry,
at the request of the family of the late
Chief Justice O'Neal!, has consented, on
certain condition, to revise and repub
lish the "Annals of Newberry," bring
-ing them down to the present time. The
condition is that he can secure a suffi
cient nnmber of subscribers to the book
to repaiy the expense of publication ;
and this we feel sure can be easily done.
The "Annals of Newberry," by Judge
O'Neall, is now out of print, and it is al
most impossible to get a copiy at any
Mr. Chapman will include in the re
vised edition. besides many other mat
ters og interest, a list of the Confed
-erate dead from Newberry, and, if possi
ble, a list of Newberry soldiers in the
late war, together with such other val
uable information as it may be practi
cbeto include in the book.
will be $2.00.-Xeteberr.y Observer.
Mintr &Jamisonwill have in a large
lotof uritue i afew days; also will
have in their second order of Hats,Shoes,
&c- a oll and ee them. 2t
arious and All About.
Now is the time to sow you- small
Court here next Monday one % eek,
Newbe ry will be well represented at
he State Fair next week.
The Hampton Guardian has been en
trged to an eight page paper.
Johnstone Academy opened on last
fonday; Mrs. J. A. Long, teacher.
Mr. H. H. Rikard began the exercises
f O'Neail Academy on last Monday.
St. Luke's Academy, Miss Jo. Lang
)rd, teacher, opened ont last Monday.
The sale in the case of Mary E. Lake
s. R. A. Welch has been withdrawn.
The Lutheran Synod of South Caro
na will convene at Prosperity to-night.
The weather has cleared up and is
harming, after a week of rain and mud.
The exerci;e, of Saluda Academy, by
fr. Henry W Boyd. began on last Mon
Next Monday is s:leday. Don't forget
call at the HERALD AND NEWS office
bile in the city.
The sale of the land in the case of T.
[. Lake and T. V. Wicker vs. Sallie
avenport has been withdrawn.
Miss Hattie K. Pope, of Greenville,
as been elected teaceli.r of the Jalapa
hool and began teaching on Tuesday,
Quite a number of Newberri-uns have
one to Charleston this week to take in
ie beauties and pleasures of the "City I
y the Sea."
D.,minick & Lovelace made 57 bus!.
is and 541 pounds of corn on their lot
aek of the mill; containing three-quar
;rs of an acre.
This, the Seventh Circuit, will be
illed in the Supreme Court on Monday,
rovember 28. Five days will be allowed
>r the hearing of appeal cases.
Miss Bessie Riser, daughter of Mr. L.
r. P. Riser, left on Monday to take
harge of the school at Liberty Hall,
'hich opened on Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Mr. G. A. Mills, who has been teach
ig at St. Paul's for some time, will move
No. 8 township and teach the Crab
Irehard school, beginning Nov. 14.
The regular monthly meeting of the
v. M. Society of the Methodist church
-ill be held at the parsonage on to. mor
>w (Friday) afternoon, at 4.30 p. m.
Mr. Henry Heitsch, Columbia, is pre
ared to furnish you oysters, or a good
inner and furnished rooms at reasona
le prices. See his notice in another
Mr. M. L. Kinard has a large and well
slected stock of clothing and gents'
irnishing goods, and if you should need
nything in this line while in Columbia,
will pay you to give a call at the Em
Treasurer A. H. Wheeler will finish
is circuit of the county this week. On
[onday he wa at Pomaria. To-day
nid to-morrow he will be at Prosperity,
ud after that in his office at Newberry
ntil he finishes the collection of taxes.
We invite attention to the announce
rent of Mr. .4. C. Jones in another col
mu. He is with the large dry goods
ouse of ,T. L. Mimnaugh & Co., Colum
ia, and will be pleased to have his New
erry friends call and see him while vis
A called meeting of the Second A. R.
resbytery was held at Prosperity last
aturday for the purpose of ordaining
evs. B. H. Grier and 0. Y. Bonner to
de full work of the ministry. Rev. J. C.
~oyd presidled.- The ordination sermon
ras preached by Rev. E. P. McClin
Krs. M. A. Livingston, Mr. J. Z. Sad
er and Mrs. P.O . Graham have all par
hased tine cabinet organs of W. WV.
park during the last week or two. 1t.
Call at Hunt's Book Store and exam
le. a beautiful line of Box Stationery,
-Loudon Fog," "Fanuchou," "Mo
uette" and "Torchon." Its English
ou know. and every other brand of tiue
Hallow, Charlie ! Have you been
pending the summer in Alaska ? Naw,
cen to Wright & Coppock's; couldn't
"Oil Paintings," "Steel E ngrav'ings,"
'Chromnos," "Panel Pictures" and Pie
ure Easels" at
.9-22 HUNT's BooK STORE..
Don't forget that Robertson's Fever
,d Ague Cure has been reduced in price
rom 75 to 50c per bottle, and that it
ever failb to cure the most obstinate
ase of Chill and Fever. tf.
EeW Post OffeeM,
A new postal route has been opened
n Newberry County running from
~rosperity to Keninerley's. The mail
vil be carried twice a week. The post
ifices have been named and the post
nasters appointed arid the whole ma
hinery will be in operation in a few
lays. There will be an office art Mr.
r. B. May es', with J. B. Mlayes as post
naster, to be called Ken nerley. The
text office on the route is Calcivell at
dIr. W. HI. Wendt's house, with Mr.
Vendt as postmaster. Tihe next office
s at Mr. R. S. Davidson's with Mr,
3avidson as postmaster, to be called
R,euben. The next office is Sondley at
dIrs. Carrie M1. Sondley's house, with
Etrs. Sondley as postmaster. The route
;asses Jolly Street. at which place there
ias been an office for sometime~, called
singley, with G. M. Singley as post
'naster. From Sinigley the route con
:irnues to Prosperity where it ends. This
route will be a great convenuienlce to the
people of this section in the way of mail
NEwBERRY, S. C.. Oct.l537"
This is to certify that I sold the for
nmula for my Pile Salve to Mr. W. E.
Pelham, the Druggist, over a year ago,
arnd that no one else i.s authorized to
prepare it. I have used it in my prac
tice for a quarter of a century, and have
never known it to fail in relieving and
euring the most obstinate cases of Piles
or Hlemorhoids. Mr. Pelham supplies it
in jars at o0 cents.
Full directions furnished wih the
Salve. Dr. P. B. RUFF.
Blank Books. Blank Books.
The largest line ever brought to this
city. The merchants are requested tc
call arnd examine them.
BUNT's Po002 STORE.
Furniture at low pri :es for sale. Call
on . Fnaot. Jr., & Co. tf.
Mr. H. M. Barger has moved to Co
Mrs. E. S. Herbert has returned from
Miss Diereks, of Columbia, is visiting
Miss Sallie Wright. fa
Mr. Gus. Werber is visiting his sister,
Mrs. H. C. Moses, in Sumter. e
Mrs. W. E. Pelhain and children re
turned from Asheville on Monday. al
Mr. J.W. Carr, of Greenville, is in town
and buying cotton with Messrs. Gist and
Rev. T. G. Herbert was in the city
during the week, on a visit to relatives
Mr. Wm. A. Kinard and his bride left
on the 3 o'clock train Tuesday for
Miss Alice Barre left yesterday, and
after a short visit to Kinards, will go to P
Greenville, whence her mother has u
Rev. J. Hawkins, D. D., editor of the
Lutheran Visitor, attended the meeting
of the Georgia Synod in Effingham P
County, Ga. C
Messrs. Robert J. Campbell and W. P. o
Hunter, former Newberrians but now at
of Lee County, Miss., are visiting rela- si
tives and friends in this county. p
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., went to Colum- C
bia last Thursday to attend a meeting
of the Executive Committee of the PI
Y. M. C. A., of which he is a member. n
Mr. C. C. Chase and family, of Spar. R
tanburg, are in the city. They came to in
attend the golden wedding of Mr. and II
Mrs. J. P. Pool, Mrs. Chase's parents. se
Mrs. C. Mower, Mrs. M. A. Carlisle di
and Misses SallieWrightand LizzieSalter vi
went to Columbia yesterdty to attend a in
meeting of the Stote Convention of the m
W. C. T. U. o
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer and family will E
not arrive before next week. Mr. Schaef
fer could not leave earlier on account of m
the meeting of the Virginia Synod,which
he desired to attend.
Mrs. E. P. Mathews and Mr. J. B.
Campbell, after taking in the "Gala
Week," will visit their friend and for
mer neighbor, Dr. J. Wm. Folk, of la
Georgetown, before their return.
Henry E. Bauknight and J. Will Smith
respectfully ask their friends when in
the city to call on them at M. Foot, Jr., D
& Co.'s tf. w
A complete assortment of Hardware
constantly on hand, at lowest market n
prices, at PEOPLES & JOHNsON'S. g
Why Should s
We disregard the laws of health? No w
one can settle that question in the af- S
firmative. Everybody knows that the
laws of health should be obeyed, and it
yet a great many do not do so. The re- h
sult of disobedience is a shattered con
stitution, causing the individual to be- V
come a ready prey to malarial influences.
As an antidote to, or preventive of, ma- le
laria (chills and fever) no remedy can,
compare with Pelham's Certain Ague t
Specific. Chills and Fever will not at- v
tack anyone taking Pelham's Chill Spe- w~
cific. Put up in 50c. bottles this year.
Call for it at Pelham's Pharmacy. tf 11
Oysters, Oysters, b
At Wheeler's Saloon, tf. h
~Ir. Julian is taking in the gala week T
at Charleston. B
Mr. Kilgore lost a turkey last Monday vi
night by foul means. ti
Mr. Meredith, of the C., N. & L., was
in the village last week.
Miss Lillie Summers has returned from
Toccoa and Atlanta, Ga.
Capt. Lane, of the G., N. & C., paid
his family a visit last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pitts are visiting ci
their son, Capt. Jinks, in Charleston.
Mr. Sparks, of Columbia, spent Sun
day on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
Mr. Henry Hammond is firing on the a
L. R. R. in place of Mr. Chalmi. Butler, y
Will Wright's fine, dashing mule Fly
took the blue ribbon for the best har - c
ness mule at the Laumrens County Fair a
county Teachers' Association.
The next meeting of the Teachers' e
Association will be held in Prosperityaf
on Saturday, Nov. 12th (second Satur
day). The following is the programme:
How to make our meetings interest
ing. Arthur Kibler.
Our State School System. T. S. Moor- ~
What Shall a Teacher Read? Miss ~
The Experimental Sc:iences. Prof. J. ~
A full attendance is earnestly re
Best and( completest stock of boots
and shoes ever offered in Newberry
now on hand at M. Foot, Jr. & Co.'s
Measles is spreading all around us.
Mr. Geo. B. Aill, of Pomaria, is quite
Still it rain's, and road working ;s
Mr. Jas. P. Sheely is now clerking for
Messrs. T. W. Holloway & Son at Po
Mr. Albert F. Riser, a clerk at Poma
ria, has been quite sick for the last week
and is still.confined to his bed.
On last Friday evening six men and
four bears stopped over at Mr. Julius
Epting's, and on Saturday morning
gave a performance for the benefit of
some of the neighbors.
Quite a funny incident happened near
by on last Friday, while some of my
neighbors met to kill a beef. The beef<
wa~s shot (or at least shot at) but not the <
least hurt. And while moving it around <
iLr the second shot, a rabbit was rout-]
ed. The whole party (men and dogs)
made for him in hot pursuit. After a
considerable race, faIling to catch him,
they returned and found the beef still
on the grounds, and seemed to enjoy
the fun. But finally the beef was killed
and all passed off quietly. Y. F.
M. Foot. Jr., & Co. have now a corn
Iplete stock of dry goods, boots and
shoes, clothing, furniture, groceries,
ec,frsale at prices that cannot be
beaten. _______ tf.
Good Paper for 5 cents a quire, at
tf. HU'NT'S BOOK STOKE~.
IRemember that Wright & J. W. Cop
pock give a discount of ten per cent..
from regular prices on all cash sates, t~
OUR PROSPERITY LrrER.
)tton Receipts-Personal-The A. R.
The rains last week caused business to
Mrs. B. B. Hair is very ill, and is not
:pected to recover.
A young man at Mt. Tabor church
>out two weeks ago gave the measles to
renty-two or twenty-three different fam
The number of bales cotton sold for the
eek ending Tuesday, November 1st,
1, against 612 last week. Total num
r to date, 4,640.
Rev. J. A. Sligh has a very sick child,
it hopes are entertained of its recovery.
Prosperity's medicated well is public
operty. No individual can make a fort
ie by selling the water; although a ho
1 near the well, and properly arranged
now in order.
A call meeting of the of the 2d A. R.
resbytery was held at Prosperity
hurch on last Saturday for the pu rpo=e
ordaining probationers, 0. Y. Bonner
d B. H. Grier. On account of
ckness Mr. Grier could not be
'esent. Minikters present : Revs. J.
Boyd, E. P. McClintock, and W.
McMorris. Rev. 0. Y. Bonner
-eached in the morning, in the after
>on the ordination services took place
ev. J. C. Boyd presiding and leading
the ordination prayer, Rev. E. P.
eCliutock preaching the ordination
rmon4 and Rev. W. W. MeMorris a('
-essing the candidate. The whole ser
ces was very solemn. Sabbath morn
g there was a good congregation out
any coming from a distance. At 10
clock prayer meeting conducted by Dr.
. C. Jones, after which Rev. W. W.
cMorris priached the Communion ser
School is inc easing.
The Excelsior community went wet
Oats that were sown early are now
%ginning to look pretty.
Messrs. John H. Crosson and Jacob H.
ominick, spent a few days of the past
eek on a visit to Columbia. %
Mrs. Mattie Smith and little daughter,
atie, of Prosperity, spent Saturday
ght and Sunday in this section, the
lest of Mr. J. D. Stones' family.
We haven't heard of any one in this
tion that will visit Charleston this
eek, all seem to be holding back for the
:ate Fair in Columbia.
Mr. Leander Long commenced mov
g last week to his new home that he
is recently purchased of Mr. Thos V.
icker near Pomaria.
Messrs. A. M. Counts and S. L. Shee
y are the boss horse traders in this see
on. Some times when they get pretty
arm they trade two or free times a
While at Prosperity Saturday we had
te pleasure of seeing a "bear circus"
r four large bears. We have often
yard talk of bears but this was the first
ince we ever witnessed.
We learn that the measles in the Mt.
bor section have woke up fromn their
ip Van Winkle snooze and are now
siting a great many homes in that sec
on. Persons cannot be too careful
>out such a contagious disease.
Rev, and Mrs. M. M. Kinard, of Col
nbia, will return to his parental home
~.day (Thursday) to attend the Evan
lical Lutheran Synod of South Caro
sa which convenes in Grace (Lutheran)
iurch, Prosperity, S. C.
Sunday we had the pleasure of attend
g communion services at Mt. Pilgrim
mrch. There was a large attendance
ad the pastor preached an excellent ser
On from Hebrew's first chapter and 14th
rse. Three infants were baptized and
ree new thembers were received into
e church by confirmation. There
ill be preaching at the above named
murch next Sunday at eleven o'clock
Mothers, why fuss about children
earing out so many clothes, when you
t go to Wright & J. W. Coppock's
nd get their popular indestructible suits
r so small a sum. i.
The committee of Presbyterians or
mnized a church at Chappelis Oct. 8,
887, with thirty-four members, which,
hose the name of "Morris Chapel,"
nd elected Gen. T. Reid and Wmn. R.
mith, Elders; John R. Scurry, Deacon
d Rev. Craig, Pastor, and took imme
iate steps towards building a church.
hle church is called Morris Chapel in
onor of Rev. S. L. Morris of Edgeield.
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
ewberry? Wright & J. W. Coppock.
lO and see them and be convinced. tf.
A large supply of school books just
eceived at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
Peoples & Johnson, agents for Haz.
rd's Powder Company, and having
aagazine, will furnish mierchmants witl.
owds- at manufacturers' prices. 3t
re In the County.
Mr. John L. Derrick, who resides jusi
ver the Lexington line below here, hat
is cotton house and about two bales oi
ed cot ton destroyed by fire Saturday.
)ctobe'r 22nd. The fire was discoverec
bout 11 o'clock in the day. Four bales
if seed cotton were ini the house, bul
bout two bales were saved. As th<
ouse was locked, and had been for the
last three days, Mr. Derrick cannot ac
ount for the lire, unless there was
natch in the cotton.
Banks Dominick, colored, who lives
n the Camping Creek section of thiL
ounty, informs us that his barn, cort
rib and stable were destroyed by firn
mn Monday night about 8 o'clock
Everything in the buildings were de
troyed. About 100 bush'.ls of corn, 13.
bushels of cotton seed and 125 bundle
>f fodder were in the buildings. No in
irance. The opinion prevails that th
ire is the work of an incendiary.-Proa
erity Press and Reporter.
Wright & J. W. Coppock have got
mig stock and they are going to sell i
>r give it away. .3ark- this. t f.
If you want a present of any kind g
or send your order to
9-22 HURr's BOOK STORE.
Have you ever tried one of Wright<
J. W. Coppock's "Gold" and "Silver
Shirts ? If not, you have never had-th
best shirt sold in any market, for th
amount charged. tf.
November 1, 1887, at the residence of
the bride's father, Mr. D. W. T. Kibler,
by Rev. Dr. G. W. Holland, Mr. Win. A. 1
Kinard and Miss Lizzie C. Kibler-both
October 30, 1887, at the residence of
the bride's father, by Rev. W. J. Lang
ston, Mr. Wm. M. Garlington and Miss
Asenath Moon, daughter of Mr. Frank
Moon-all of Newberry County.
Nov. 1.1S87, by Rev. M. 31. Brabham,
3Mr. Luther Darby and Miss Florence
Willingham, both of Newherry County.,
Mrs. Adeline Senn died last Friday at
her home in Helena.
Mrs. Eiizabe:h Graham, wife of the
late Hilliard Graham, died at her home
in the Pomaria section last Sunday.
Mr. Madli-on Longshore died at his
home in this county Oct. 30, 1887.
Mr. S. R. Reed!er, of this county, lied l
Oct. 24, 1Ss7, in the 38th year of his age.
Etivelopes, E velopes, Envelopes.
Twenty thousand Envelopes just re
ceived at HUNTS BOOK STORE.
For the Herald and News.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 2S, 18S7.
Mr. Editor:-Thinking you would like ]
to have a description of the wedding at
Mrs. D. R. Nance's, of Mr. J. A. Sease
and Miss Orrie Nance, I take pleasure
in giving it to you. The ceremony was
performed beautifully by that excellent
and accompli-hed gentleman, Mr. Has
sell, of the Prssbyterian faith. The
bride and groom were attended by the
following ladies and gentlemen as wait
1st. Mr. W. A. Chalmrs, Miss H. II.
2nd. Mr. W. H. Soudley, Miss Ada
3d. Mr. R. C. Sligh, Miss Alice Can
4th. Mr. J. M. Cannon, Miss Enla
5th. Mr. J. D. Nance, Miss L. L. Gist.
6th. Mr. John Aull, Miss Mamie Sease.
After the ceremony and an hour or
two of pleasant conversation the party
were invited to an elegant supper con
sisting of everythi-g palatable from a
pig and turkey to the nicest delicacies
of the season. The wedding party was
limited and none invited except the
above mentioned parties and Mr. Jor
dan R. Green, of Newberry. and Mr.
Sease's family and R. V. Gist, of Union.
On Thursday there was a very fine
dinner given in honor of the newly
married couple by the hospitable Mr.
and Mrs. Sease, father and mother of
the groom, and it was largely attended
and highly appreciated by all present
and a magnificent dinner it was. YI e
hope soon to be present at another of
the same kind-except that the wed
ding shall be at Mr. Sease's house in
stead of at some c else's house.
X. Y. Z.
Wright & J. W. Coppock's line of
Gent's Neck Wear is just awfully nice. i
That is what the ladies say, i. e., the J
best looking ones. tf.
Just received, a beautiful supply of
noulding. Call and examine stock at
Hunt's Book Store. t
POST OFFICE, NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
Nov. 2. 1887.
Boyd, Miss Mary J1. Nilson, Mary A.
Boney, Rev. H. N. (2) Nichols, Ellen
Bell, .1. A. Onea), Jesse
Boatwright, Edward Pitts, Billa
Butler, Manda Perry, Lucretia
Caldwell, Isaih Pope, Mrs. Ouida
Dickert, A H. Prince, Will
Floyd. Fletcher Pitts, Madison
Fleccher. John Roof, Jacob
tilenn, Mate Moor, Rosa
Green, Alex Russell, Nathan
Hicks, Dina Robertson. Wetts
Higgins, Mrs. F. Reid, Mr. D. C.
Jones, Josh- Roof, Henry L.
Jeter, Sisley Roof, Mooman
Junter, Bates Sanders, Wesley
Jackson, Stonewall Sweatenburog, Nancy
McMokas, Miss MamuieWheeler, A. A.
Persons calling for these letters will please
sy that they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M.
rn n T ~ F. A. LRNA2NN
PA ~ Washington, D, C.
Send tor circular.
LADIES ARE OFFERED plain needlework
at their own homes [rown or country] by
a whoilesale house. Profitable, genumne.
Good pay can be made. Everything fur.
niehed. Particu!ars free. Address Art.is
tic 19eedlework Co., 135 8th St., New York.
W ODHK FRAL. Pergma '"
getic men adwomen everywhere. $50 a
week and all expenses paid. Samples worth
$5 and full particulars free. Address P. 0.
VICKERY, Augusta, Me.
Don't miss this chance. Write to-day.
$~ 5 & WEEK and upwards ~posi
tively seenred by men agents
selling DR SCOTT'S GENUINE
and other appli.mees. Sample free. These
are the only or iginal and gerauine. No humbug.
DR. ScOTT, 844 Broadway, N. Y.
PA$ ts CR TOI ihou ielay. IC
for all affections of e throae and luns,nddhease
arising from boadexhauston. The feeble
hober 11*llIn mayesrcoer their health by
the timelne fParke' GingeTonc, btdelay is an
and disorders of stomach and bowels. 50o. at iruggins.
Wholly nhke artificial systems.
Any book learned in one reading.
Recommended by MARK TWAIN, RIeHAImD
PitocToR, the Scientist, Hons. WV. W. AsTor.,
JUDAH P. BENJAMIN, DR. MiNOR, &e. Class
of 100) Colum bia Law students; t wo classes of
200 each at Yale; 400 at University of Penn.,
Phil., 400 at wellesiey College, 350u at Oberlin
C'ollege and three large classes at Chautauqua
Universit y, &c. Prospectus PoST FR EE from
PROF. LOISETTE, 237~ F-ifth Ave. New York.
IMPROVED AND ECONOMIC
N. B.-Genuine enig with fae-nimise of'
Baron Liebig's signature in bine
To be had of all Storekee:.s, Gra-cers and
SThe cabinet organ was
Elintroduced in its pres
etform by Mason &
e akers followed in V.i
manufacture of these
Inruens,bu the Msn& liamlin Organs
have always maintained their supremacy qs
th etin the World.
Mason & Hamlin offer, as demonsf~ration of
teunequaled excellence of their organs. tihe
fact that at aill of the great World's Exhibi
tions. siuce that of Paris, 1-07, in competition
wiih best makersot all cohutrie--, they have
tInvariably taken the highest honors. Illus
tratLed catalogues free.
Il'them in 1832, and has
been pronounced by ex
111113 perts the "greatest im
provement in pianos in
half a century."
A circulars, containing testimonials from
three -hundred purchasers, musicians, and
teners, set, together with descriptive cata
lou,to any applicant.
Pianos and Organs sod1 for cash or easy pay.
ments; also rented.
M ASON & IAELIN ORGA AND PINO CO,,
RBSTON. JEW Y0ER. CHICA90O.
The Mind Cure.
The theory of the mind cure may do
or some hysterical cases, but for chron
bowel troubles, croup, colic, diarrhea,
ysentery, Dr. Biggers' Huckleberry
:ordial is the surest and best cure. Keep
Three wealthy young men at Ionia,
ich., have agreed to pay $5 a glass
or their beer from now until Christ
Turning Night Into Day.
Why is the sun like people of fashion?
.t turns night into day-the time people
atch cold, which, if not attended to in
ine, will induce consumption. Take in
ime Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of
weet Gum and Mullein.
CBVE THEM A CHANCE!
That is to say your lungs. Also all
our breathing machinery. Very won- I
lerful machinery it is. Not only the
arge air-pass:gez, but the thousands of
ittle tubes and cavities leading from
When these are clogged and choked
vith matter which ought not to be there,
our lungs cannot half do their work.
.nd what they do, they cannot do well.
call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia,
atarrh, consumption or any of the fam
ly of throat and nose and head and
wig obstructions, are bad. All ought
o be got rid of. There is just one sure
vay to get rid of them, That is to take
3oschee's German Syrup, which any
iruggist will sell you at 75 cents a bottle.
Eveu if everything else has failed you,
ou may depend upon this for certain.
All persons are hereby warned not to
respa-s by hunting, fishing or in any
ther manner upon the premises of the
udersigned. The law will be enforced
gainst all trespassers.
J. D. HORNSBY.
October 26, 187. 4t.
IIN 49EORN tIISKEY
1ajor [tis R. Redmond,
THE NOTED MOONSHINER.
'l'his Whiskey is guaranteed by Major
L. to be pure Hand Mash and unadul
erated, and as its numerous testimonials
o to show, is especially adapted for
iedical use. Sold in Newberry only by
J. F. WHEELER.
F. W. WAGENER & Co., Sole Agents,
harleston, S. C.
Don't forget that the
r still in full blast, turning out Fresh
3read, Rusk, Cakes and ivies of every
lescription, every day in the week. In
Lddition, a full line of Pure Stick and
ancy Candies, Fruits, Tobacco and Ci
ars has been added.
Ham Sandwiches only 5 cents.
Pure Stick Candy - 15c per pound.
*Fancy " - 30O "
I will also sell
~very day from STALTL NO. 7.
All I ask is a Trial Order, my highest
mbition is to please those who favor meI
vith their patronage.
... H. PATTON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Mrs. S. A.RIiser ACo.
HAVE ON HAND
NEW AND STYLISHI
MILLNERY AND FANCY GOODS
Dress Goods, Rlbb0ons, DreSS Trimmings, EC~.
The Latest Styles of
HOSIERY, CORSETS, ETC.
LADIES' FINE SHOES
and Children's Shoes
at lowest prices.
Call early and make your selection
before the goods are picked.
LOWEST PRICES. BEST -GOODS.
* MRtS. S. A./RISER & CO.
Dying of all kinds done at short notice.
E. M. Hacker, Proprietor. Established 1ISM
TH LARGESTr AND MoST COMPLETE Es
GEO. S. HACKER & SON.
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
MOULDING and BUILDING MATERIAL.
Ofice and Warerooms, King, Opposite
Cannon Street, Charleston, S. C.
Pomona Hill Nurseries.
POMONA N. C.
Two and a half miles west of Greens
boo, N. C. The main line of the R. &
D. R. R. passes through the grouaids and
within 100) feet of the offce. Salem
trains make regular stops twice daily
each way. Those intciested in Fruit
and Fruit growing are cordia;ly invited
to inspect this the largest nursery in the
State and one among the largest in the
The propietor has for many years
visited the leading Nurseries North and
West, and corresponded with those of
foreign countlri's, gathering every fruit
that was calculated to suit the South,
both native and foreign. The reputa
tion of Pomona Hill Nurseries is such
that many agents going out from Greens
boro, representing other nurseries, try
.rieave the impression that they are
representing these nurseries. Why do
they do it ? Let the public answer.
I have in stock growing (and can show
visitors the same) the largest and best
stock of trees, &c., ever shown:or seen
in anytwo nurseries in North Carolina,
consisting of apple, peach, pear, cherry,
plum, grape., Japanese persimmon. Ja
panese plum, apricots, nectariene, Rus
sian apricot, mulberry, quinees. Small
fruits : Strawberry, raspberry, currants,
pecans, English walnuts, rhubarb, as
paragus, evergreens, shade trees, roses,
Give your order to my authorized
agent or order direct from the nursery.
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive
catalogues free to applicand.
3. VANr. LINDLEY,
.Gu3ilford ounnty, N. C.
O THE PUBLIC GEl
ARE NOW READY
FOR YOUR INSPECTIC
We say without hesitation that we
wants in the way
and Gent's Fux
than any house in the up country.
handle first-class goods at the lowest p
and guarantee satisfaction in every i
THAT WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
Strause & Bros/ Perfect-Fif clotl
ZEIGLER BROS,' FINE SHOES
for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Childi
In addition to these we carry a
class line of MEDIUM AND CH]
SUITS, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
ai' You Can SAVE MON
S3XITH & W]i,
B. H. Cline's Old Stand,
WE ARE NEXT DOOR'
ST0H AND 8T
-Stove Pipe Ai
STOVES AID S'
l Tin Shop Work Do
ONE DOOR PIOM?P. 0.,
YOU WILL S
BOOTS AND SilO
i1NDIFLILL LINE OF GOOQS
and tto anounce the retun of
WINTER DRY GOODS, SHOES a
day, by solid columns in regular lit
will be sold at ten~ per cent. above<
CARPETINGS AND MA'
FULL LINE GENTS'
n ful scomple ent, for Ldies
For the inhabitants of the
SHOES a specalty for Gnts Iadi
mn ths, our senior partner retirn
"Colbi Mills. R es
ALL OF THE
$25 Cash and Balance Nov
on a Piano.
$10 Cash and Balance Nove
Delivered, freight free,ty
i5 days test trial and freigh
Write for circulars.
. A. nIAWerN Aga". Newberry
8. D. SMITH.
ERALLY WE WOULD
are better prepared to supply your
EY by Giving Us a Call. "
AEN, "Tn a ewb a bir,
- NEWI3ERRY, S. C...'
ro THE POST OFFII)9
J CAN FIND
OO0S A SPEIALTY.
vays On Hand- ;
ne at Short Notice. y
D RIDES NTDO,
-I EWERRY, 8.I
AVE MONEY I
KEPT iN A VARIETY ST9RES
fr.. Edmunds from the great markets
skirmish line of their FAL L and
nd HATS; to be followed, day after
e of battle.
ost to close.
[ TINGS at 15 to 75c. to close.
Gentlemen and thildren. Fine
nited States and Canada! Fine
is, Children and Infants.
must be closed out in the next three
ig for the purpose of building the
& H D MUN8,
LUMEBIA, S. C.
ember 1st, at spot cash prices,
rber 1st, at spot cash prices, on
>ur nearest depot.
t both ways, if not satisfactory -
W. TRTJMP, Manager,