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Local and S-pecial.
Officers W. C. T. U.
At a meeting of the State Convention
of the W. C. T. U. held in Columbia last
week the following otlic"rs were re
elected for the ensuing 3 ear :
Mrs. S. F. Chapin, President, Charles.
ton; Mrs. F. A. Walter, Corre-ponding
Secretary, Greenville; Miss Nettie P.
Farrow, Recording S. cretary, Spartan
bttrg; Mrs. J. M. Neblett, Organiz r,
Greenville ; Dist rict Presi.lent-lst. Mrs.
S. M. Rice, Union; 21. Mr=. C Mower,
Newberry ; 31. Mrs. W. V. Gill. Allen
dale; 4th. M:s. A. M. Chreitzherg,
I have added a restaurant to my busi
ness at the old stand of Wheeler Bros,
on Main Street. Meals at all hours of
- the day. Oysters, Ham and Eggs, Fish
and in fact every thing kept in a tirst
class restaurant. Give me a call-prices
to st'it the times. In my absence Mr
Gary Colenian will see that you are
ti. JOHN F. WHEELER.
J. S. Russell
Sells S cakes of C..late S. ap for 25
ccnts; Crockeryware, Glassware, Lainps,
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 convinced. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. if.
A fine lot of Bi-eech-loading Shot
Guns and Amnemnition, for sale at very
low prices, b3
3t. PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Extra size suits for stout men; also for
long and slim men, at
4L SMITH & WEARN'S.
Rev. W.C. Schaeffer and family arrived
in Newberry on Tuesday from Rich
mond, Va. They are at present at the
Newberry Hotel, until the repairs on the
parsonage are completed. Mr. Schaef
fer is the newly elected pastor of the
Lutheran church here, and is one among
the ablest preachers and most success
ful pastors in the Lutheran Church
South. We extend to Mr. Schaeffer and
his family a hearty welcome to our
midst, and hope they will be pleased
with our city.
He will preach his introductory ser
mon in the Lutheran ehurch on Sunday,
November 20th, when the repairs to the
church will have been completed.
Young man, if you contemplate mar
rying, go to Smith & Weara's for your
Prince Albert suit; you can get your
whole outtit from them. 4t
J. W. Chapman has just received a
lot of that good and cheap paper, 5 cents
and 10 cents per quire. Also blank
books from full demy to pocket men o
randum. . He keeps constantly on hand
a full line of School- Books, College
Text-Books, Bibles, Hymn Books, &c.
Call and get his prices before buying
Everyone should see Wright & J. WV.
Coppock's Uaderwea&r before p)urchas
ing; it is as comfortable az: ornamental.
This is saying much, but 'tis true. tf.
Call at Wright & J. W. Coppock's and
get a better shoe than you can buy else
wh are for the same amount.
A word to the wise is sufficient. It is
neither too hot nor too cold, so come
this fine weather and get your picture
"Se-cure the shadow ere the substance
Is the motto of our glorious art;
"Let nature copy that which nateire
Ere friends from friends on earth do
While you are in Newberry call at
the Photograph G diery or the Book
Stores and see those life-like Portraits
by Salter, in Crayon and Ink. tf.
The Court Next Monday.
The Court of General Se-ssionsb will
convene here next Monday, Judge J. J.
Norton to preside. Trhe sessions docket
does not promi-e to be a very formuida
ble one. There were four teen prisoners
in jail on Tuesday for trial at this court
as follows: Th'le State vs.~ William
Dawkine, Dawson Glasgow,~ Sam Hig
gina, John Higgins, Sam Harris, Jesse
Jones and Henry Jonakin, charged with
riot. assault and battery and resisting
an offieer. The State vs. Judge Glenn,
Jr., and Win. Murphy charged with
murder. The State vs. Giles Higgins,
larceney. The State vs. Ervin Jones,
rape. The State vs. Will Ruff, burglary.
The State vs. John Simpson, burglary,
The State vs. Ben Thompson, arson.
The cases against George Johnstone,
W. Y. Miller and J. W. Werts, wvho are
under bond charged with murder, will
also be tried. Thzere may be others out
Mothers, why fuss about children
wearing out so many clothes, when you
can go to Wright & J. W. Coppock's
and get their popular indestructible suits
for so sinall a sn'e. . tf.
7Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats za
Newherry ? Wright & J. W. Coppock,
Go and see them and be convinced. tf.
Wright & J. W. Coppock have got
big stock and they are going to sell il
or give it away. Jfark this. t f.
or if y on want a present of any kind g<
osend your odrt
9-2 HUcNr'S BOOK STORE.
Ask f.'r Smith & Wearn's $1.25 fm
Hat. They hatve sold i1) dozeni sinc<
September 1st. 4
The annual meeting of the Board o
County Commissioners for Newherry
was held on Tuesday. Between $1,50i
and $1,600 of claims were paid.
The estimate for the levy for the nex:
year was made up and left at the presen
rate of three mills. They have paid fo:
Fisc:d year 185.86........... $i,798.94
Fiscal year 1886-87............. 6,492.2'
Total ...................--..- $1,911I
nhe have paid on the funded indebt
The Lutheran Synod.
The Lutheran Synod of South Care
lina met at Prosperity last Thursday a
7.30 p. n. Rev. S. T. Iallman preache
the openin:tgsermon. The attendance o
mini-ters and lay delegates wa= q,uit
full during the session.
Rev. S. T. Hallman was re-electe
PresPient; Rev. J. E. Berley wa. electe
Secretary, and Maj. P. E. Wise Trea
urer. Hon. J. D. Cappeimat,n was co
tinued as Trea-urer of the Seminar
Fund and Maj. G. Leaphart of the Bact
man Endonsment Fund.
The uncollected B:ch:uan Endow
m--tt bonds, amountti,g to about $5,00(
were givenu into the hand. of a specia
comittt'e for settlement
Three new eongregations were r(
ceived i:to conneetion with the syttoJ
Two of these, O'Neall and Ridge Road
are in this c4untV, and the other St
Pautl's, in Counhia. Rev. E. A. Win_
ard has aecepted z call to Columbi:t an
the congre..a: ion is t;reparing to build
bon-e of wor.hip.
The foliowin, were el.etd delegate
to the U.:ited Synod, which meets it
Savannah on November 24. Prineipals
Revs. Dr. Holland, Dr. Horn, E. A
Wingard, J. A. Sligh, Dr. Ilawki:ts, S. '1
Hallnan, S. S. Rahn, Maj. G. Leaphart
Maj. D. B. Wheeler, G. B. Cron'er, E-q.
J. D. Cappelnann, E-q., Dr. D. L
Boozer, Ilo. John F. Ficken. Alter
natec: Revs. J. H. Wil-on, E. E. Barclay
J. E. Berley, A. G. Voigt, L. E. Busby
J. C. Brodtuehrer, C. P. Boozer, Messrs
L. S. Bower-, Otto Tiedenan, Sr, R. G
Chisolm, J. C. Seegers, V. L. Norman.
A. D. Haltiwanger, Henry Iogrefe.
The delegates to the United Synot
were instrueted to; request that body t<
co-operate in the Seminary at New.
berry, and gave them authority to ac:
according to other propositions brough
before the United Synod for the estab
lishment of a general Theological Semi
nary in the Lutheran Church South.
Newberry College received an appro
priation of $500.
An encouraging report was made is
regard to the Augusta Mission. Th<
new church there will be dedicated ot
The Woman's Mis-ionary Society helc
several business meetings during synod
and a public meeting on Friday night
Miss L:ither, of Prosperity, delivered at:
a1dres. of welcome, to which Mist
Diereks, of Columbia, responded, whet
addresses on the subject of mission
were delivered by Rev. Prof. Voigt, Dr
Horn, Dr. Hawkins and G. B. Crotner.
The address on Education by Dr. Iorr
on Saturday night was of high merit.
On Sunday the pulpits of the varioum
churches in, town and two Lutherar
churches in the country were tilled b3
the ministers of synod.
The business transacted waa impor
tant to the Lutheran Church in the Stat(
andl the discussions were ver.y harmon
The tinancial reports showed progres:
in its general work and an increase oj
funds for benevolent purposes.
The adjournment took place on Mon
daiy morni:-g. Thle next meeting wil
be held at Columbia in October, 1888.
Minter & Januieson have just openle(
up their second stock of Clothing, liats.
Boots and Shoes, which were bought
very low for the cash, and will be sol(
at pric.es to suit the cust omers and no1
competitors. . 2
Smith & Wearn: are the fashionabl<
Clothiers of Newberry; they lead it
styles and prices. 41
Call at Hunt's Book Store and exam
ine, a beautiful line oif Box Stationery
"Loudoni Fog," "Fauchou," "Mo
quette" and( "Torehon." Its Englisl
you know, anid every other brand of tine4
A Fine Fellow to Find.
We allude to our handsome and gen
erous young Saluda friend, Mr. Gary
Coleman, who for a year or two past has
been .living in the town of Newvberry
However, we nee'd scarcely have sali
"Saluda" friend, for his very name
and an honored one it is-betrays his
native section Well, when any way
faring Edgetield man-or a wayfaring
man from any other region as for that
finds himself in Newberry, and wishes
friendly and pleasant time, let him hun
up Gary Colemnan. They will find hini
at the popular establishment of J. F
Wheeler, dlealer in wines, liquors, to
bacco, cigars, &c. We shake hands wit]
you across the streamn, Gary!-Edgltl
Hallow, Charlie' Have you bee
Ispending the summnner in Ala<ka? Naw
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn
"Oil Paintings," "Steel Engravings,
"Chromos,"'' Panel Pictures" and Pic
ture Easels" at.
9.22 HUNT's BooK STORE.
Don't forget that Robertson's Feve
and Agite Cure has been reduced in prie
fr:i- 75 to 50c per bottle, and thati
never fails to cnre the tmost oibstinat
case of Chill and Fever. ti.
Have sneen toseb utiful (Jvet
coats kt Smith & # earn'." They hav
received their second lot this seaf.on.4
NEWBERtRY, S. C., Oct. 18, '87.
This is to certify that I sold the foi
mulat for my Pile Salve to Mr..W. E
Pelham, the Druggist, over~ a year ag
and( that no one else i-s autho: ized
prepare it. 1 have n.ed it in my prat
tiee for a quarter of a century, and( hav
never known it to fail in relievitng atn
curing the most obstinate cases of Pile
or Hemorhoids. Mr. Pelhatm supplies
in jars at t50 cents.
Full directious furnished with th
Salve. Dr. P.- B. RUFF.
Blank Books. Blank Books.
The largest line ever brought to th:
city. 'l'he merchants are requested
call aid examine them.
HjsT's Eoot SToax.
Furniture at low prices for sale. Ca:
on M. Foot, Jr., & Co. t f.
En velop.e. Enovelopes, Envelope
Twenty thiousanid E nvelopes just r
Various and All About.
- Next Monday is the first (lay of court.
t Cotton was s:lling here yesterday at
from 9 to 94.
Newberry is well represented at the
State Fair this week.
-No Charle.tun mail was received here
on v sterd.ty.
Land sold well on Monday, but New
berry lands always do that.
Y 1, of. H. Dysinger has moved into Mr.
Ltke's new house on College street.
Mr. C. C. D.vis has completed the re
pairs on Mr. B. M. Dennis's new house
and Mr. Dennis has moved iii.
A good many of the students of the
Newberry College will go to the State
Prezid-it G. W. Holland, of New
berry College is suffering from an at
. tick or rheunmatism.
1 The County Teachers' Association
i meets in Pr osperity next Stturday. The
program me was publizhed last week.
Crywds of people from all sections
1 have been going to the State Fair this
week. The trains were crow%ded this
At the meet lug of the Building and
Loat Association on Monday night the
money sold at :5.
Rev. Juniu- B. Fox will preach in the
Presbyterian church next Sunday mo"t
The Cou:ty Commissioners have re
paired the railings to the court house
The Y. M. C. A. wiil hold a business
meeting this (Thursday) evening at 7.30
o'clock. Every member will be needed.
Let all come. *
Mr. D. A. Moody's family have ar
rived and they now occupy Mrs. Broad
dus's house on the corner of Caldwell
- and Boundary strcets.
Mr. J. T. Suber and Mrs. Cornelia
Graham warn all persons against hunt
ing or otherwise trespassing on their
lands. See Iotice.
Th:re was a big crou d in town on
Monday. A good many forgot to call at
the HERALD AND NEWS office, as we
have several blank receipts left.
About 400 tickets were sold at this
place to the State Fair at Columbia up
to la4 night. Both the excursion train
and the regular train from Laurens were
crowded yesterday. Several could not
get on either.
Mr. Isaiah Halltiwanger offers some
valuable town property for sale on lit
eral terms. See his notice in another
column and call on E. H. Aull, Esq., for
any information in regard to the prop
erty referred to.
Why have your suits made to order?
when you can get a perfect fit at
4t SMITH & WEARN'S.
If vou wish to make yourself comfort
able for the winter get your Underwear
from Smith & Wear~n; they have a spleni
did line to select fr.om.
Do pay Peoples & Johnson what you
owe them. St.
Go to Hunt' Boo Stre ad examine
their newv Oxford Bibles.
Tihere was a large crowd in town on
Monday and most of the land advertised
for sale by the Master and other officers
sold well, as Newberry lands always do.
The Master sold in the following cases
and to the purchasers named:
In the case of Y. J. Pope, vs. W. F.
Evart, 37.5t acres, to Y. J. Pope, for
In tihe case of Lyles vs. Lyles: Tract
No. 1, containing 285 acres, in Union
Coimty, to Wim. V. Lyles, for $393;
tract No. 2, containing 30 acres, in New
berry, to Win. V. Lyles, for $60; tract
No. 3, containing 19 acres, to D A.
Thomas, for $m5.
In the cage of Harmon vs. Harmon:
Tracts Nos. 1 and 3, to Mrs. Keziah Har
won--No. 1, containing 71 acres, for
$1,G00--No. 3, containing 119 acres, for
$2,000; tract No. 2. containing108S acres,
to John W. Leaphart, .for $2,'00; tract
No. 4, containing 90 acres, to W. P. B.
Harmon, f or $1,400; tract No. 5, con
taining 124 acres, to J. S. Bowvers, for
$1,435; tract No. 6, containing 144 acres,
to Dr. J. A. Harmon, for $1,250; tract
No. 7, containing 160 acres, also to Dr.
J. A. Harmon, for $1,617.
In the case of Halfacre vs. Hlalfacre,
128S acres to D. W. Reid, for $1,975.
In the case of Sheely vs. Werts: Tract
No. 1, cotntaining 61 acres, to J. W.
Singley, for $G:35; tract No. 2, contain
ing 59 2-5 acres, to Andrew Sheely, for
in the eSse of Chalmers vs. Swindler,
117 acres, to ~George S. Mower, for $200.
Thie other sales advertised by tihe Mas
ter were withdrawn.
The Shteritf sold one tract: In the case
r of Spearman vs. Teague,275 35-100 acres,
Sto Sam Teague, for $3,000.
The Probate Judge made one sale: In
the case of Johni M. Kinard, Clerk, vs.
Janette Ruff, 220 acres, to Moormnan
R uff, for $1,o5>.
SThe Fair Grounds, containing 8 acres,
were sold by the stockholders and
bought by Brown & Moseley, for $1,200.
Time heirs of John J. Drehler sold the
- idlehuber place,.near Pomaria, con
.taining 344 acres, to J. C. Le!tzsey, for
_Mrs. P. N. Mathews offered her place,
e in thec county for sale, but had it bid in.
dI 'rie sale of the lands advertised by J.
s Fuller Lyon, Probate Judge, of Abbe
Lville, in the case of McCelroy vs. Mars,
e wais postponed to saleday in December.
The laud s:old by John T. Sterling,
Admlinistrator, containinlg 75 acres was
bought by George Johnstone for some
iof thte 1arties in interest for.$1,64J.
A beautiful line of chlildrens' Suits
anti Overcoats, of the latest cuts and
4t SMITII & WEARN'S.
Minter & Jamieson wvill have in a large
lot of F"urntiture in a few dnays; also will
- c. Call1 and .ee them .*
OuR PROSPERITY LETTRM.
Rev. J. A. Sligh's little son Bowman,
we are glad to announce, is slowly re
There is a brom in our cotton market
to-day-price 9 9-12. Number of bales
sold for the week ending Tuesday, Nov.
8th, 446 bales. Total to date, 5.OSG bales.
Judging from the numb.er of personi
who passed through our town on Mon
day, Salesday in Nea berry was certain
ly well attended.
Oni last Thursday niight Young
Bride, colored, shot Mid Williams
The wound is painful, but not dang r
ous. Women the trouble. No arrest,
CharlPe Herbert, an old colored man,
was the first one to pay his tan-yart
bill. This is commendable, when it is
remembered that Mr. S. D. Boland
works for more than 700 persons.
It would be a futile attempt to men
tion the many strangers in our town last
week. It may not be improper to mention
the name of Julius D. Dreher, Ph.D.,
Pi esident of Roanoke College, Va.
Mrs. Fannie Hair, wife of B. B. Hair,
whom we announced as very ill died o,
ltst Tuesday. She leaves three little
daughters for the father and grand
mother to rear and care for. They have
Ever body has gone to the State
Fair and the remainder will go to-mor
row-if the trains can haul them. 170 tick
ets were sold here this morning. Many
persons who had bought tiekets could
not get aboard the trains, there being
not even standing room.
"Variety is the spice of life," and on
Sunday, just after the morning services
were closed, there appeared at Wise &
Tirge's hotel, Mr. James T. Livingston
and Miss Emma Sheely, who'desired to
be united in matrimony. The president
of synod, Rev. S. T. Hallman, performed
the marriage rite in presence of a number
of the members of synod. No cards.
A few days since a certain man-a
widow:er, whose locks are of a silver
grey, suddenly appeared in our town,
and almost as suddenly disappeared.
He was not a tramp in the true sense,
sti:l he was walking. He made it con
venient to stop at Dr. L.'s and got a bo
quet of flowers. Think of a man like
"B. J. R.," on foot, eight miles from
home, culling flowers from-whom
for what. This is better than giving a
"darkey" a quarter to overtake the doc
tor at Jalapa. All's well that ends
The Evangelical Lutheran Synod con
vened here in Grace church on Thursday
evening, at 7.30 o'clock. There n ere 35
ministers and 25 lay delegates present.
The opening sermon was preached by the
retiring president, Rev. S. T. Hallman,
after which synod proceeded to perma
nent organization, by re-electing Rev. S.
T. Hallman, president; Rev. S. S. Rahn,
vice-president; and Rev. J. E. Berley,
secretary. The different treasurers were
all re-elected and synod was readIy for
business on Thursday night. This body
is composed of staunch and intelligent
men, who do bu4iness in a very creditale
and business-like manner. Harmony,
peace and brotherly love being the ruling
characteristic of the body in convention.
The whole business of the synod was
transacte d in two an d a half days. This
we regard as something unusual for a like
body with a similar amount of business
A convention of the delegates of the
Woman's Missionary Society, in con nec
tion with the synod, also convened at the
same time. T1his body is composed of the
beauty, goodness and intelligence of the
female portion of the chureh. We were
very forcibly impressed with the business
like manner in which these estimable la
dies discharged their work. There are
eleven of thmen' socie:ies in the synod and
these were all represented, (an example
worthy of imitation by many of our
churches, for some were not represented
by either minister or layman.) ,The ex
ecutive comtnittee is composed of six la
dies. Trhese were all present. The we]
come address by Miss Lilian Luther, and
the response by Miss Diercks, of Colum
bia, were both exceedingly fine. The bus
iness and exercises of this woman's con
vention were of the most interesting cha
racter. The amount of good that these
Chr istian women are doing will only be
revealed in eternity. Their example is
worthy of imitation by every church in
Wooten & McWhirter have added a
well selected stock of Dry Goods and
Not ions to their large ste':k of Furniture
and Shoes. It
Wright & J. WV. Coppock's linme of
Gent's Neck Wear is just awfnlly nice.
That is what the ladies sav, i. e., the
best looking ones. t f.
Just received, a beautiful supply of
Moulding. Call and examine stock at
Hunt's Book Store. t
We disregard the laws of health? No
one can settle that question in the af
tirmative. Everybody knows that the
laws of health should be obeyed, antd
yet a great many do not do so. The re
sult of disobedience is a shattered con
stitution, causing the individual to be
come a ready prey to malarial influences.
As an antidote to, or preventive of, ma
laria (chills and fever) no remedy car
compare with Pelham's Certain Agut
Specific. Chills andl Fever will not at
tack anyone raking Peiham's Chill Spe
citic. Put up in 50c. bottles this y-ear.
Call for it at Pelham's Pharmacy. tf
Have you ever tried one of Wright &
J. W. Coppock's "Gold" and "Silver'
Shirts.? If not, you have never had the
best shirt sold in any market, for the
amount charged. tf.
If you want to see the "Boas" seam
less Waukenphatst Shoe for 83.75, go t<
4t SMITH & WEA RN'S.
At Wheeler's Saloon. tf.
M. Foot. Jr., & Co. have now a com
plete stock of dry goods, boots anm
shes clothing, furniture groceries.
Mlr. and Mrs John M. Folk and Misses 1 ylr.
Stack and Dtinbard, of Columbia, were home i
on a visit to Capt. II. H. Folk, the early stant;
part of the beek. _Ir.
Jas. K. P. Goggan=, E q , and Mr. labi
John S. Carwile went over to Augu-ta
yesterday on business.
3Miss Minaie Wright, of Clinton, is List
visiting Capt. R. II. Wrighit's family. No '
'Mrs. A. C. Jcnes, of Colonbia, is vis- Dedenb
itinig her father, Mr. '' F. Greneker. Echeib<
Rev. J. E. Berley, of Lexington, was Jones.
in the city the early part of the week
and preached in the Presbyterian ehurch Niel.aw
la-t Sunday morning. sh,ars.
Prof. Julius D. Dreher, pre=id"nt of
Roanoke Colleg-, and his brother, Mr. er
Thad. Dreher, of Lexington, were ins:.y
town on Monday. They were interested .
in the sale of somie lanid. nT
Hon. W. D. Man, of Abbevillt, w:ts next S
in the city on Monday. superit
Rev. J. Q. Wert z, of Orangt"burJ, wa L 1rr1
in Newberry on Tuesday. Prci
__- u.. )Dr.
Did you ev;r try Smitih & Weartn's
"Monarch" Shirts? They it perfect ly. Prachi
Powder. A. It.
Peoples & Jo hnson. agint: for IaIz- at 1 a.
ard's Powder Com; ny, anl haviag a A.CKr1i
tnagazine will furni .h merehants with n
Powder at manufacturers' prices. 3t. lent
- --"ttt Slower.
The b,st $:; Boot for plantation use at semee
4t S3M1TH & WEARN'S l: a. mn
Envvlopes at Hunt's Book S:ore, from Preachi
5 cents to 25 cents a package. tf. P ;
A new lot of Gent's fine Shoes, all
styles, just received at
4t SM rTH & WEARN'S. R
Foot'K Bone Varci t l a
Is now an historic place in Newberry other i
and last Mtonday was one of the best undersi
days in its history. Operations began :gaiust
early and were lively and brisk to a late Octo'
hour in the afternoon. Hors. traders
assemble here from all parts of the coun-- -
ty on all public days, and a jolly good
set of fellows they are, and they have a CAM
jolly -good tine. The HERALD ANQ.
NEWS man strolled down there on MonI Is reci
day late in the afternoon after nearly wnhi
all the business of the yard had been beat by
completed, but still lingering there were CASh,
half a dozen of these good fellows, some and you
looking tired and worn from the days
fatigue, and some feeling good from the.
influence of John Barleycorn, p.trchance, AM
but all good natured and happy. There To be
too were some of the "stock in trade"
of this noted] place, looking more worn
and tired than happy. One man had C, F
made nine sw'ps during the day and
was going horne with the same hnor.e
they don't deal much in dolla:s- -for we m
were told that a new treasurer had been
elected and that the treasury contained
only fifty cents. Ttuly it is a "bone
___ __- For
Th'le nobbiest 4-button Cutaway Che- aeres<
voit Suit for $15, at pine,s
4t SMITH & WEARN'S. cro-sStii
~ -- - - - - ~ Inmnbia.
NT F. A. LEHMANN miles
Washington, D . c-Laren
LADIES ARE OFFERED plain needlework athires
at their own homes [iown or country] by IO6
a wh'lenale house. Profitable, genuine.
Good paty can be madte. Everything fur
niahed. Particulars free. Address AnLis
tic Acedlework Co., 1315 8th St..,New York.
WO KFOB A LLW Permanentemly
gtic men and( women everywhere. $50 a
week and all expenses paid. Samples worthp
$5 and full particulars free. Address P.O0. JI j
VICKERY, Augusta. Me.
Don't miss this chance. Write to-day.
$A WEEK and upwards posi K
tively secnred by men ai gentS
seln R scELI, GENUNEMiL
and other appliances. Sample tree. These
are the only ouiginal and ger.uine. No humbg
Da Sc.orr, S44 Broad way, N. Y. b g. Irs
Havevon Cough, Br-onchltis, Asthma, ndigestion?i Use
c n yworr cases ar d is the bestremedy
for all affect,ions of thue throat and lun~s and diseases
and disorders of stomach and bowels. So. at Oruggists.
DISCOVE. Y. E.M.H
Wholly unhike artificial systems. TIHlE L.
Any book learned in one reading.
Re'rommended by MARIK TwAx RIC1HD
T'Ro:To'. the Scientist, lions. W. W' AsTor,
JUn.u '.Bi..JA3rIy, DR. AliNoR, &c. Class U
of 100 ..olumnbia Latw students; t wo classes of
:200) each at Yale; 40)0 at University of Penn.,
Phil., 400 at Wellesley Coileire, :re at Oberlin
(College nnd three large classes at Choutauqua
Un iversity. &-c. Prospe-tus POST FREE from
PROF. LOISETT'E, 237 Fift.h Ave., New York.
IMPROVED AND ECONOMIC
N. B.-Genuine only w~ith fac-4smile of
Baron Liebig's .sgnature in blume Ofl e
acrose label. C
To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers and 0-0
.,~AW UfThe cabtnet orgatn was 'l
*uu.,u..Imu ent formi by Masoun
NEE EUFE UI~11Hain in 1861. Other
UILUII.LULInkers followed in t1 be
~-mennr-turet' of thA
ins rumnents. but tihe'3Mason & H amnlin Organs
have always maintained their su p)1 emacy as * * e e
the best ii the Worl. 0 e 0 e
Mason & H amlin omlfer, as demonstration of
the unequaled excellence 01 their orgatn. the ~f
facttat at all of the great World's Exhibi- ,j~f
l ions, since that of Paris. 1 ;T. in com petitton
with bes' makersom all cohntries, they huave which
invariably taken the highest honors. .lllus- ake
tratedt catalogues free.ta
u-~waur Mason&Hailin's String- von c:
EEEIE er was introduced by ~o thef
I'I II! thcm in 18-2, and h-as
qJ)been pm on(ounced by ex-real
eperts the "greatest im- the I).
p)rov'emient In pianos in worth'
'talf a century."
A circulars, containing testimonials from W
three hundred purchasers. musicians. andi who hi
t ners, sent, together with dtescriptiv ecata - us to
logue, to auiy applicatnt. We
Pianos and Organs soldi tor cash or easy pa y- we
mnents; also rente<i. raly
S1180.1 & RIIMIA OGN AND PIAN ?0. SaVe
-0Se0nw. Ww vnRKw CIAr 9n stoP
Daniel T. Stewart died al
ii No. 8 township, on the 41
1ged about 33 years.
B. H. 31avbin (lied at his hot
iton NovelnberS, 1S87 aged.
PoST OFFICE, NEWBERRY,
>f letters unclaimed and adve
Lis'y. Bailey, Miss Ju
tugh. Jesse W., Copeland, Ieabe
Mary, Croft, G A.,
rger, LAara, Glenn, John W.
Magger, Johnson, Iram.
'iuson, Johnson, Maria
ton, Ilarriett, Lee, Cornie,
)aniel, Milthers. Jacke
. Miss L M., Nance, Martha,
Fannie 1t., Ruti. W. P.,
Bet hen, Sintimons. Autl
as, :umnel. Wright, Miss A
Wilson, J Wesley.
as calling for iheseletters will 1
t th"V were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, F
ST-Rev. C. P. Scott, pastor. preE
inday at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m.
ool at 4:30 n. n.. Mr. -. B. Ca
tenaden t. Prayer meeting Wedn
:a.s-Rev. W. C. Schaeffer. p
Mn! next Sunday by the pastot
7d 7 15 p. mn. Sundlay school at
W Gustave llouseal, Superintei
ieeting Wednesday at 7:15 p. u
01)ts-r-lev. J. L. stokes, p
tg by the pastor at 11 a. m. ar
unday school at 4 p. in.. Mr. Jol
in. ; u;:rinte"ndent. Prayer mi
' EtTSTERtA-Re(v. E. P. McClit
Service next Sunday by the
in. ")untlav school at 9:: Ua. m.,
lte, Superintendent. Prayer mt
lay at 7:15 p. in. Mi-sionary Si
day at v p. in., Mrs. C. Mower,
V C. T. U. Tu.-sday at 5 p. in., 1
mAL--Rev. W. I. Hanckel, r
by the rector every third Suand
and 4:1o p. mn Lay reading by.
ek at 11 a. tm.
NTERIAX-ReV. J. S. COzby p;
ng by the pastor at 11 a. I. an
unday school at 3:a0 p. in., Mr.
,uperintendent. Prayer me
-lay at 7.15 p. in.
erson? are hereby warned n
s by hunting, tishing or in
anner upon the premises of
gued. The law will be enfi<
J. D. HORNSB
)er 26, 1867. 4t.
IDRY tOOD88 TO
ring daily a NEW STOrK of 1
NTEiR iiRY GOODS and NOT
e will offer at prices that cann
others tar or near. He can affc
and will do it, as he only sel
td no o her way. Come one.
see for yourself what is said i
will make by it.
PRIZES OF DRY GO(
OUNTING TO S]
GIVES the 3 BEST 4
iers JANUARY 1, 188E
. JACKSON, MANAGEI
120 MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S
ale, on reasonable terms,
f land, timbered with long
uitable for turpentine busil
s, saw-mnilling, &c. Situate
ton Fork, eight miles from
and within one and a
>f the Columbia, Newberry
s Railroad now building.
ermas and anay other informat
J. R. PRICE,
. Columbia, S.
.S. A. Riser4A(
HAVE ON HAND
W AND STYLIS
ERY AND FANCY GOI
60ol5, RdlbbOlS, Ill'ss Ifillmillgs,
[test Styles of
ERY, CORSETS, E
MES' FINE SHlO
1 Children's Sho4
early and make your sele
tie goods are picked.
EST PRICES. BEST GO00
3IRS. S. A. RISER & C
of all kinds done at short not
eker, Proprietor. Established
t~RGEST AND MOST COMPLET
S. HACKER & S
RS, SASH, BLIiN
LDINC and BUILDING MATER
nd Watrerooms, King, Opi
untonl Street Charleston, S.(
my jtaet added to our LA
K OF CLOTHING
B E llS1( Doll
'tb of Fall and Wii
wiere bought at prices tha
t to your interest to WAITI
n runi down and inspect our
e Gooda before you invest.
o receiving every day novelt
-y Goods side of the house,
of vour attetntion.
refer you to those of our fi
ave already secuIredI bargai
ind ho0w we serve our custa
in the city. If you have n
decidled to pay another
and will come and see us we
on money. 3Make our store
ng pl-a drng t-he FAI
"bout ISMITH & W
SUCCESSORS TO R. D
.s / e O THE PUBLIC GENE9
rse announce that
-a OU R'
D New Goods
ARE NOW READY
T'FOR YOUR INSPECTION.'
We say without hesitation that we are 1
rcing wants in the way
toan and Gent's Furni;
atoff th any house in the up country. We
I handle first-class goods at the lowest prices
astor. and guarantee satisfaction in every case.
eting THAT WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
itock, Utralis & Brs' Prfect-Fittig Clh.
y ZEIGLER BROS.' FINE SHOES
". C for Gents, Ladies, Misses and Children.
ector. In addition to these we carry a first.
etyat class line of MEDIUM AND CHEAP
ur. N. SUITS, SHOES, HATS, ETC.
a org A&* You Can SAVE M1ONEY
t SMITIC & W] A]
13. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
rd E ARE NEXT DO001 TO 'I
- -WHERE YOU C
RE TIN WARE AND Nr
8 8ror TOVES AND STO
so, HOUJE:1JRI1II' GOOD
. -Stove Pipe Alwa
d Tin Shop Work Done a
C RIGS, BEESIItX AND I
halONE DOOR FROM P. O., -
1. FEET! i
Et. YOU WILL SA
ES _ _C
. BOOTS AND SilOE&
1 1824______R N
ON. ADALL IEO OD E
DSBeg to announce the return of Mr. Et
IAL anRbtthy are now showin the skir
~osite day, by solid columns in regular line of b~
*will be sold at ten per cent. above cost te
RGE CARPETINGS AND MATTIB
*FULL LINE D4
Ilr8 FULL ..LINE GENTS FE
In full complement, for Ladies, Gern
~and full assortment of KID G LOVES.
snE SHO 0
"e For the inhabitants of the fa I
es in SHOES a specialty for Gents, Ladies, Ch
well We have a large stock, which must
nths obaur senior partner retiring for
.M1TZ r .
ALLY WE WOULD
>etter prepared to supply your
by Giving Us a Call.
, ";he Newberry Clo,hiers,"
_NEWBERRY, S. C.
1E POST OFFICE,
~JJ REPAIRS. > r
S A SPECIULTY.>
rs On 'Hand
Tt Short Notice.
- NEWBEP1RY, 8, 0, .
L,J& CL .
YOU:-: BUY. I
L OT HING
'T IN A flRIETY STORE.
[unds from the great markets
mish line of their FALL and
LTS; to be followed, day after -
GS at 15 to 75c. to close.
temnen and Children. Fine
States and Canada ! 'Fine
ldreni and Infants. -
be closed out in the next three
the purpose of building- the
f"V S. AC.W