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Local and Stecia).
RAPTIs'r-Rev. C. 1'. Scot t. a:s or. aci:ing
next Sunday at 11 K. il. . .: , :15 li. Iml. I
utai school at 4::! p. in . Mr. .I B. Carwile,
S::perintentient z.-.yeru, met:n_ w:'t.lntety
at 7::5 p. in.
i.[:THEKA:\- Re v. wC C. C. :.. Ir,". pa teor.
P'retachintl next Stund:) by 1 , L:O. a-I.:t 11
a. iu and! 7 15 p. in. ,un.hay' reh., art :;.' 1.
in . Dr. Gu u- tave- HIou-. .ti. p t. in:t-e.I.
Pnryer met-tizg w1edt::r~'iay at :15 1:.
SixTeoi.1sT-it.v. -. L. '''t""' l,'u o
Preachin.- by tne pas or at I1 a tu )4:., 7: 5
p. M. sunday Nellchol at 4 p. ,i . ir. Jitn: t .
Chapman, &u. erinte": tie t. Prayer cute ;:i:,;;
aL 7:15 p. i.
A. IR. PREsETTEr:ata-1.ev. E. P. }IeC;int-r k.
p.estor. Service ixt. :m-l..y by the pa"tr
at 11 a. in. .unda% slchool at 9::; a . in., . Air .
A.Carlislr, Superitimet. I'rayne iner*i:,g
wedne3dty at 7:1:> p. In. y1 1- .nary :t;- .
W.dues<ay at :+ p. :i.. trA. C Mower. Prn
dent W C. T. U. T.u :day at 5 p. i.. 311 C.
Mower. Presi et-t
EPI.COPAL-ReV. 11. 11. i!a' ekel1, 'etor.
Service by ttie r.ect'o- eVe"ry thind S .ul at
11 a. i. and 4::u p. in Lay caculit; by 31r. N.
B. Mazvck at 11 n z.
PRESL'YTEKtAN-:rv. -J. .5. C->zh,y pa-tor.
Preaching by t.- p.-tor at 11 a u,. ai, -:15
p.m una I c uo t3:0p mt.,.Mlr. W. E
Pelnam, Sulperin-mit. t-r.Ser une-, tin
Wednesday at 7 1: p. in.
S. P. Boozer is agent for D: Pont's
Powder, which is noted for its sirength
and cleanness. He can meet anv com
petition. At who'lesale and retail. 1i:
quire the price before b'ying.
On next Tuesday Inight there will be a
hot supper given at MCangbrin's 11:11
for the bene,t of the Newberry Cor:t
Band. Admiis-ion only tell Ceilt, with
the privilege of sieidinlg as mitucl as
you please after you get in. Everybody
should turn out and help out theband.
J. S. Rut: ell
Sells S eake:oi C.l;a:e Siap f;r '>
tcct; Crockery ware, Glassteare. I:tinl ,p
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Vali-es
and a general stoeh of Dry Gtods att
Groeeries. All low down fur ca-h-give
him a trial andi be cunvi,ced. S.,tisiac
tion guaranlteed. tf.
A fine lot of Breech-le"ading Shiot
Guns and Ammilunition, for .:ale at very
low prices, bt
3t. PEoPLES & JOiNON.
We invite attention to "the notice of1
-" Smith & Wearn in another column. They
have a large and well selected stick of
clothing and gents' furnishing goods,
which they are offering at a bargain.
Extra size suits for stout men; also for
long and sll men, at
4t SMITH & WEARN'S.
Young man. if you contemplate mar
rying, go to Smith & Weartl's for your
Prince Albert suit; you can get your
whole outtit from them. 4t
Next Thursday is s-t apart bolth as a
National and State day of thank-givi,g.
It is right and proper that our itet
chants should close up on this day and
suspend business. We nave little doubt
that this will be done as hias been
their custom heretofore.
J. W. Chapman has just received a
lot of that god and cheap papei, 5eenits
- ad 10) cents per qulire. Also blank
uooks from full demy to pocket mnen.o
randum. He keepe countanutly on hand
a full line of School Books, College
Text-Books, Bible-, HymnI Books, &c.
Call and get his prices before buying
Died in Jail.
Wealthy W~1itlm who0 has. b.:eni in
jail here a lit tIe more th-in a year, died
there on last Thursdlay fromn pnheumloia.
It will be remembered thlat sihe was eont
victed of murdering her infant child and
throwing the remains in a well, near
* where she lived here ini totwn. She~ was
sentenced to be hanged, but the execul
tion was stayed, r waiting the aptpeal to
the Supreme Court, oni a1 motionl for at
E~veryone? shIoIH see Wrht & J .W.:
Coppoew's UnIderwvear before purchas
inln it iS as comffortatble as ornamtOental.
'This is saying mnh, but 'tis' true. ii.
At a meeting of the Excel,ior Liter
ary Society of Newberry Coll-ge on la-t
Friday, the performer for their ani
versary celebration next M irebl, wer
s -leeted, as5 follows: Pre--ident, Nathan
E Aull, of Edgi.ldl; E-say isc, 0. B.
Shearou-e. oi Sprinigileid, Ga.; Debaters,
John P. Glasgow, of New berry, and
John C. Se.ege*rs, Jr.. of Columibi.; Or
tor, Claude J. Rtast, of1 Otangeburg.
Thiey are given plenity ofi timei for~ pre
-A word to tile wvise is sutticient. It i
neither too hot ncr too cold, so com
this fine weather ant I get your picture
"Secure theo .h ilow e re lhe subils;a:nce
Is the mtotto) of our gi >ijus art;
"Let nlatuire copy that wIich lnat.r
--- friends fr u frien.d, on ear th dlo
While you are in Ne
thte Photograph G ieiy or the P-ook
Stores and( see thiose life-like Port-ait
yv Salter, inl Crayon anld Ink, if.
The above nam1ed orgtizattionl will be
- the attraction5 at the opera hlouse this~
* week, Friday and SaiturdaLy, Nov. 18
anld 19, with special Saturday matinee.
T'his is onie ofsthie largest and foremno-t
comIIpa1nies in thbe tie:d of coic opera,
anid ineladet artists who have reeiv ed
the atpprobat in st of plress and publdic ait
every aippeara .:ee. ITteir app:aranc
wl:1 be the eve:tt of tile seasonl in tile
amIustieent 1l1ne, and all layers of mtirthI
ad mie,i properly renllere.l shio'dd
avail themselvyes of tii rare treat. Thea
k opening opera w ill be Gilbert atid Sutl
livan's greatest success. Miikado, wvhich
wrill be produced u ih oriinital 5lcnery
which thle companyli carry with them,
2 ..and th me as used byv thtem ill Ne
~nd all the large cities. To be
at the S:tutrday mat inee by
Gilbert and Sullivan's great
*al ope:-a. Saturday night Add
s greatest opera, the Man(otte..
NEwBERRY, S. C., Oct.18S, iW.
This is to cert;fy that I sold the fir
munla for Dy P'ile Salve to Mr. W. E.
Pe-lham, the Drugrgisr, over~ a year ago,
and that 110 one else is athlorized to
prepare it. I have utsed it in mIy prac
ice for a quarter of a century, and have
lever kn.own it to fail in relieving and
curing the most obstinate cases of Piles
or Hemorhoids. Mr. Pelh:un supplies it
in jars at 50 cents.
Full directionis furntied withl the
Salve. Dr. P. B. iRUFF.
Furniture at low prices for sale. Call
on Xl. Font Jr.. & Co. ti.
'iht- Court o: General Sesaions was
coitvened here on Monday, with Judge
J(.rpt J. No ro;t presiding. All of
.o:iay in-lYiing was c on;-ied in c.ill
ing wit less:: and organizing, but when
the Court gt t:nder way the bu.iness in
hd as rapidly disposed of. The
1r:an! jurors tinislel til-ir work, in ide
thir i.re-entruent and were di-eharg-d
nII Tue-day afterioon. The pre-ent
mernt is prblilhed el-t"where int thik pa
per. T.'1'-" f .oa ii cal"es were dispO;L"ed
The S:ate vs. George Crea-e, stlliiig
it:;nr without a lieen)sr. Uilty. Set1
l:eme rlo p-y:1 t ie of t wenty-live dol
ar, or he imlrison--d .: tile PeIniter
in;y for 0 4 n-1- iino:,th.
Ti .8ate v,. Shal:rtek Gibbe-, Ielingb
ilr :.t a l -cn,e. Not guilty.
The S:a:e s. .i S in poon. b?irglary
nti Iat-crry. Pl'ead ,uiit3 to grand lar
en. and was -riitt" iie" tii three year
VT State v . Will ;tilf, ltrcenr.
Gtlty. Sentetcetd to two years aid
ix moo tts in the Peitirentiarv.
The S.ate vs. Irwin Jone, a<.ailt
with at tempt to rivish. Guilty. Sen
:e::ced to ten years in the Penitrntiirv.
Jones i- a small negro boy abour. 1~
rears old. 'I'he asetnlt was made on a
little white girl about 6 .vtars old.
On 'Tesdty nornling the trial of
It o:ge Jolinstone. charged wit It the
uitrdit r of J. B. Jones, was begun and
>ecui,it"d all of the day. It was our pur
c"s-" to 1.i,li-h the testimony in this
a-t, bu:t thire is so much of it that it is
inptssible for us to get it in this week.
uil in order to b -fair to all parties we
will not publish any of it this week.
D)riig the pr,pgress of the case the
Lourt room w as crowded. Very little
:roible was had in the selection of the
itry. The following jury was charged
with the trial of thhis cause: Spencer G.
Welch, fore-man, J. Thos. Smith, S. S.
Uiiiuningh:irn, J. D. Eargle, F. M. Schun
pert, Ja-. S. Spearman, J. B. Keinpson,
J. P.t Blair, Win. H. Shannon, John
I Harmon, Matt W. Barre, Drayton L.
The whole of Wednesday was devoted
:o the trial of this case and at 5 o'o!ock
:he Judge finished his charge and the ju
y retired. After an absence of five min
.ttes they returned a verdict of "not guil
Col. Johnstone was represented by
-Ten. Y. J. Pope, Col. 0. L. Schumpert
md J. Y. Culbreath, Esq. Solicitor Dun
:an conducted the prosecution. Argu
nents were made by Gen. Pope and Col.
chumpert for the defense, and by Solic
tor Duncan for the State.
The verdict is no surprise as it has been
he opinion all along that the defendant
vould be acquitted. Considerable inter
st was manifested in the trial on account
)f the high social standing of the parties
nterested in the unfortunate affair.
After the conclusion of this case the
~ourt adjourned until this morning.
There are several cases yet to be tried
md the court of sessions will likely not
>e adjourned before tomorrow.
P3res~entmnent or Grand Jury.
To His Honor J. J. Norton, Presiding
The grand jur:ors at the close of their
abors for this term) of the Court would re
;pect: fully :.ubmit the following report:
Th at they have' carefully considered
dl bills hianded to them by the Solicitor.
Tinit all the c-flices have been exam
fled dluring their termi and found in
tood cond'ition andi the books weli kept.
We wouldl alko call attention to the ree
ymnndat ions made ini former present
nemts in reference to jury rooms, and
o4 furitutre for the bar in the Court
'oomt, wideining of the highways, and to
lbe repairs inside the jail.
It has been rep)orted to the grand jury
>y the ebiairmani of the Board of Health,
lIr. James Mcintosh, and other citizens,
hat a butc-her pen on the plantation of
J. J. Lane, about one mtile from the
'outrt HLouse, is a very offensive nuis
tnee and is detriment:l to thi. health of
:ite town, and we earnestiy recommiend
:bat the same be abated at once.
Complaint has beeni made to us~ that
public toads an i bridlges in different
portions of the county are in bad condi
;ion, and we recommend that they be
put in good condition immediately. We
retspetfully call atteintin to the fact
hlat some recomnmendlations made here
bave been made in twVo successive pre
einments heiretofore and no attention
las been paidl to them.
We re-pectfully tenider our thaniks to
C. L Uh-ea-e for assistance rendered the
grand jury without charge.
~I C. 3Moseiey, foreman, C. C. 31c
Whirter. J. D). A. Kibler, Lamibert L.
Mloore, W. P. MicCullough, B. F. Can
non, C. K. Baker, 0. Wells, David Pitr.s,
Thios. S. Blair, G. W. Bowers, P. Bo
laid, P. B. Warnier, .John Baker.
A. heauitiful line of c-hildrents' Suits
in I Overctoats, of the latest cuts and
41t SMt T & W EARN'S.
Mlitter & .Jamie-son will have in a large
lot of Fniitumre in a few datys; also will
hiave- in their se~ondI order of IIats,Shmoes,
&c. Call andi ee themt. 2
-- - - - Lpe
. tat M1. Foo., Jr. & Co. s .
Lad itS, don't i til to -ee tho-e newv
Shtoes it SM T H & 11 EA RN's.
Don't forget that Robertson's Fever
and Agnie Cure- has been reduced in ptrice
front -~> to 50e petr bot tle, and thlat it
nevecr faiils to enre ithe mtost obatin ate
e i-e of Chill and Fever. tf.
IIallow, Charlie' Ilave you been
,penduting~ the suunniit-r ini Alaska? Naw,
b-i-t to Wr ight X ( oppock-; couldn't
"-O l Painti ine,"' "Steel Enxgraviigs"'
-Chroinms," "P~anel P'ictiires" anid Pic
ture- Ea-els" at
se lIUNT's BooK STroRE.
A lov-ly- line of chijldreits' IIats and
Caips of all kindIs, at
4t SMiTH & WEARN's.
W ri.ht & .J. W. Coppock's is the pla'!e
to ge.t your Clothinig,4f you want to get
the worthI of your mntey. if.
IIenry E. Bankntight arid J. Will Smith
re-spectfully ask their friends when in
the -ity to c-all on themi at 31. Foot, Jr..
& Co.'s tf.
A compl2ete a.,sortment of Hardware
cons-tanitly onl hanud, at lowest market
prices, at PEOPLES & JOHNsoN'S.
Go to Mlinter & Jami-sox anid see the~
nice Futn iture that they have just opetn
ed up. 2t
If you want a present of any kind go
or send your order to
9-2 ~HcUN'S BOOK STORE.
Ask f.ar Smith & We,aru's~ $1.25 fur
Hat. Trhey have sold 10 dozen since
Various and ANa Aboitf.
Mi-s Annie Coli."i, of Union. has
ta k"n eharg. of th: Beth Eden school,
which ha a gool attenanc.
The cotton market was o:n a hoorn1 the
latter p:irt of iast week.
We have had tine weather for th l ast
few day .
Next TIimrsday iS thantk givig d:y.
Prof. A. G. Voigt preaced at Beth
Eden list Sunlav mlornin.
R:k"v. W. C. Sibae1I-' will preach in
the Lit! hteran clmrch text Sm:day m:>n
RI:v. I>r. Axson, of Savain nt, Ga.,
who his b1 -en visitin:t Rev. J. S. C-,zby,
wvill preach in the I'resbvt.ri:in cli irch
next S.ibiatlh tmorniIn..
Mr. A. C. .Jones will seit tih- fnriture t
of the Ncwherrv lintel on Saturtday, e
Novetmoer 19. :87. Sece hi- notice in
Thur-dav Georg.t Clark got on the i
train to assist li, n ie, ail before he got t
otl the train started. It was lot his pur- c
pose to attend the Fair, ail when the I
tr:nii reached Gravel Town he j-nnped e
ill. Tiie train Was rmting very well f
by that t;me and he was con-iderably ti
broised but not killed. 1le w:as very in
lignant at the idea that li. was reported
Don't forget the lilot Supper next
ne-day night. It. t
E. B. R.igsiale, E-q., of Vinsboro, 1
tud editor of the News and Herald, i< in
tttentdance upon our court this week.
J. Brooks Wingard, Esq., has been in
town dung the week attending court.
Mr. A. E. G.,z.les and Mr. M. F. b
righe, of the .Nws and Courier, were in
town during the week. lr. Tighe came i
to.write up the Johnstone trial for his y
D. H1. Magiil. E-q., of Abbeville, was
in town last week on business. F
Rev. J. S. Cozbv, who has been sick p
for some time,is able to sit up. o
Judge J. J. Norton and Solicitor D. R. C
Duncan are at the Newberry Hotel. i
Stenographer W. A. Law is at Mrs.
Mr. John A. Chapman made a visit to t
relatives in Edgefield County last week.
Miss Lucia McGowan, of Abbeville,
has been in town during the week, visit
ing relatives and friends.
Mr. A. C. Jones, of Columbia, spent e
several days in Newberry the early part i
Af the week. c
Mr. H. H. Samluels, of New York, is t
tl Newberry for a few days. t
Mr. Green, of Greenvill,, has
been on a visit to his brother, Mr. J. R. e
,teen, of our town.
Mr. Duane A. Russell has taken a po
ition on the C. &. G. R. R. passenger
.ervice and is now located at Walhalla.
Mr. Colie L. Blease came op from Co
umnbia on Monday to attend coturt.
Who keeps~ the nicest stock of Hats in
Newberry ? Wright & J. W. Coppock. ~
so and see them atid be convinced. tf.
Blank Books. Blank Books.
rThe largest line ever brought to this
it. The merchants are reqcuestedI to
:dil att examine thetn.
JUNT'S L200K STORE. I
Envelo;te=, Exivelopes, Envelopes.
Lwenty thiousandt( Envelopes just re
:eived at 1UN'S BooK STORE.
tf. , t
Wrigtht & J. W. Coppock have got a
ig stock atnd they are going to sell it
>r give it away. M/ark this. tf.
()ysters, Oysters. .
I have added a restaiurant to my busi
tess at the old stand of Wheeler Bros ,
yti Maini Street. Meals at all hours of (
he day. Oysters. Ham atnd Eggs, Fish u
tnd in fact every thing kept in alirsth
1ala restaurant. Give tme a call--prices
:o scit the times. Ini my aibsence Mr ~
Gary Coleman will see that you arc a
properly served. h
tf. JOHN F. WHEE LER.
Miss Vina Stocktman is spending some
tie with relatives here.
Mr. Geo. B.. AulI who has bven very 1
sick is able to be up and about.
Mr. W. J. 1 alletitine and family of
Lexintgton County, spent Saturday and (
Sntday in this section.
Mr. Albert F. Riser who hias been
sick at his fathier's for the last wecek,
has retturned to P om aria to take chiarg~e I
of his dutty.
Cot totn is sellintg rapidly at Pomari:t,
price, very best 9). Number of bales
shipped frotm that. plaice fronm Sept..lit,
to Nov. 1st is 1077.
Mr. aind Mrs. B. C. Ba-hxy, whto have
beetn spending sotme months w'ith. their
daughter. Mr-. .Jas. A. Rtiser, retturned
to) their hoome in Leesville to-thty (Tfues
da. hi w wil' celebrate
in nDecetmber 2,f
,31. J. Wesl.ey Folk of Colletotn Cotut
t, spettt a cottple days in this section
with his sister Mrs. B. C. Bushy. We
are alwa~ys glad to have untcle,Wes. with
us. We like to htear hinm te'll his stories
about htunting, tishinig atnd firming.
Miss Cornella Alewine accompanied
Uele Wes. otn his return to Colleton
where she est eets to mtake it her htome
if she likes it. . Y. F.
Have vott s'en thiose heanitiful Over
coat- at~Smtith & 'i e:tr:i- They htave
received their second lot this season. 4t
bliniter & Jamliesont have jot opetted
up! thteir s-coil .stock of Clothing, flats,
oots antd Shoes, which were bought
very low for the cash, ant-I will be sold
at prices to suit lie eostomiets antd tnt
Stithi & Wen are the fashionable
Clothiers of New berry: thleyv lead in
tles and prnices. 4t
Cauli at Hlunt's Book Store and exam
ie, a beautiftl line of Box Statiotnety,
quette" attd "Torebon." Ls Engli5h
y~ou knmow, and every othter brantd oflne
Why htave your stuits made to' order?
when yott can get a perfect fit ait
-It SMITH & WEARN'S.
IU vont wvish to make votttself cotmfort
able~ior the winter get~your Underwear
from Smith & Wearnt; they have a splen
did line to select from.
Do pay Peoples & Joltnson =vhat you
ove them. St.
Go to Hunt's Book Store antd examine
their ntew Oxford Bibles.
Be sure to go to McCaughrin's Hall
next Tuesday night attd get a good sup
OUR PROSPERITY LETTER.
Dr. G. A. Norman i. off to Walhal
r several weeks. Come ag:iin bef.
!t rosts bloomn, G u-s.
''Ihe farmers ill the surrounding con
ry are nearly donee sowinz their fa
:"~p of oat-. Ti;ere are not so ia:
owi as us11:al.
Jtn Iawkiits, w% ho has lett soj ,nri
Ig among the orange blo=sots for 5.
rat mnontits, is back on the 11 1ui tii
ron,is again, sttkitg the pipe
:-ac:. lII! eat ht, found inl thw 0011.
n.;e rotOmi of Wi-e B&ro-.
Me-srs. J. E. Schumpert and John
'agl have reteurned fro;n E:Igetiel
hitht-r they have beii prospee: i+
dad. Mr. Sebtumpert bought a phat;
ion, but does not, we are glad to sa:
xp:ect to move at an early day. 11
owever, is agriculturally snit ten.
Mir. Andrew Stockman. a staunch ei
c:n of townhip No. c, has ju<t mavt
the vicinity of Ninety-Six. We .sil
erely regret to loose such eitizens. O
>ss is Abbeville's ;ain, and we hiartil
omntend Mr. Stockm:tn and his g.x
iunily to the kindness of the people
1e sun ottndintg country.
Rev. J. Steck, D.D., preached two vei
xcellent sermons in Gr:ace church o
t.t Sunday. The one in the morniin
-as especially opportume and was ae
ressed principally to the young mei
"ot theL text. '"L the young mnan Abst
>n safe?" The applications were
bie most searching character.
Tiht Rev. J. A. Sligh ha: fourte'en tir
orkers about ready for the btiateh
nife. If all of our farmers would u
kewise, and they can do so, how mut
etter would our whole country be! Bi
>re we eati be a prosperous and succes
il people we must cease making tI
orthwe.-t our entire meat-houses an
Prosperity's contingent to the Stal
air numbered 472. All were we
leased with Fair, but were au% fully of
f sorts on Thursday with the cloud:
ld Prob, however, did not mind the
rowlings, and continued to rain on, an
temed to take special delight in soilln
ibbons, feathers, satins and silks. Bt
ow it is all over, and everybody is gli
bey went, and are happy and serene.
There has been a heavy boom in ti
rice of cotton for the past week-tl
rice ranging as high as 10 cents in or
istance. The advance in price, howe
r, does not seem to increase the sale
[uman n iture is never satisfied, at
onstantly believes it will go higher
hat when it reaches 10 cents it will
o 12-and from 12 will advance to:
ents and so on. Sales for the wec
tiding Tuesday the 15th, 383 bale
nainst 486 bales for the preceding wee:
otal number of bales sold to late 5,46
rice to-day 919(.
The teachers' meeting in the acade
uilding on last Saturday was not ie:
eented as it should have been. 't
bink .his organization a good one, at
[it is, it certainly should be the duty
very teacher to be present at thei
ieetings when it is possible to atten,
f the organization. is not consummiatir
he objects for n hieh it was forme,
hen disbane it entirely. We like thec
ughness and promptness ii all thiing
f we go fishing, let us fish thoroughly
sh as hard as we can.
Thursd:ay, the 2kth inst., Thantk-gi
ig Day, will b)e strictly observed in of
own. All stores and places of busine:
losed on that day. The postoffice wi
e open frotm 1 o'clock p. m. till 10 p. tr
Ve are trudy glad to see the readine;
~ith which all of our business men ha'
onsented to cease doing business o1
ay and to render thanks to Almighi
iod for His manifoldd rich blessings1
5 as a people andl as individuals. \M
ave beeni peculiarly favored by GC
his year, and now let us all, with o1
eord, and from the very depths of o1
earts render thanks to the Great Giva
F all. TUBE.
wR MATERIAL, ART MATERIAL.
Just received a large supply. C
'ainats of all colors, Brushes, Palett
'lques, Mahogany and Satin Pane]
'alett Knives, etc., at
hUNT'S BOOK STORE.
At Wheeler's Saloon. t f.
M. Foot. Jr., & Co. have now a cot
ste stock of dry goods, boots at
h<tes, clothing, furniture, groceri'
tc., for sale at prices that can 'otI
Price and quility will tell; therefe
o to Smith & Wearn's fur your Clot
oag, Shots and Its.
Good Paper for 5 cents a quire. at
ti.' IlUtNT's BOoK STOliE.
iRem,embler that Wrig'ht & .J. W. Ct
,oek give a discotit of ten per ce
rum regular prices on all cash sales. ti
A large supply of school books .in
'eceived at IIunt's Bookstore. t)-22
We disregard the laws of health?
mel( can settle that question in the
irmative. Everybody knows thatt
aiws of health shoul be obeyed, a1
et a great many do not do so. The
nIt of disobjedience is a shattered ce
titution, causing the individual to I
*ome a readly prey to malarial itfnuce
:& an antidote to, or p)revenItivec of, n
aria (chills and fever) no remiedy e
'omplare with P'elhamr's Certain Ag
,pecilie. ( hill andl Fever will not
ack anyone taking Pelhamt's Chill SI
-itic. Puit u'p inl 50c. bortles this ye:
allI for it at P'elham's Pharmacy. ti
Have yon ever triedl one of Wright
f. W. Coappock's "-Gold'' and "Silve
Shirts ? I not, you have ntever hadt
'jest shtirt sold ini anty market. for
uniotint charged. tf,
If von watnt to see the "Bo-s'' sea
lese WVaukeuphast Shoe for $3.75. go
4t SETH & WEARNS
Wright & J. W. Coppock's line
G-ent's Neck Wear is just awfully ii
That is what tihe ladies say, i. e., t
best looking ones. t
Jtust received, a beautiful supply
Moulding. Call and examine stock
IIunt's Book Store.t
Did you ever try. Smith & Wear
"Monarch" Shirts? They fit perfec
Peoples & Johnson, agents for 1]
ardl's Powder Company, and havia
magazine, will furnish merchants w
Powder at manufacturers' prices.
The best $2 Boot f- -
(ur 'armers are busy sowing wheat.
elr. Leander Long finihlied moving
over to his new home Tuesday.
Very few of the farmers in this see
tion are atte",ding court this week in
Co vor tow n.
Iher"e have been .eavv fro,ts the la-t c
ftw Inur'Uillg .
We hear of a few case- of itasl-s in
ti" coi n l ity hut so far n1one have
>f been reported serious.
t The farm'rs in this section havt- about
ti:lished digging potatoes and the turn
out wa= bet:er than once expected.
1. Some new lumber has recently been
placed at th.. Calamnis pond to repair
the bridge which is very much needing.
Your corre=pident in company with
a great many others in this section at
tended the State fair which was hel' in
Columbia last week. The fair was ex
cellent and the attendance large.
We notice President Cleveland has
ir designated and set a part the twenty
fourth day of November as a day of
d thanks giving and prayer to the All-wke
1 Ruler and Creator of the Universe. We
think it both right and proper that the
day should be observed by all Christian
31ises Mlelis-a and Cora Young, of
Coweta County, Ga., spent a few days
visiting relatives in this section last
week, the guests of Irs. Caroline Cook's
fatnily. We hope there young ladies
enjoyed theus:lves while in this section
an that they will visit our community
e again soon.
We hear of several couples in the
*o lower part of thi; community that have
h recently been joined together by the ties
of matrimony. We guess they are all
following the young " ladel's joke"
e which says "a son is a son until he gets
a wife but a daughter is a daughter all
the days of her life." Let 'em role.
e Sabbath evening we visited the Ridge
I Road Academy to hear Rev. J. A. Sligh
it preach but owing to sickness in his
r. family he was prevented from filling
ir his appointment at the above named
d place, however, Sunday School was at
g tended to as usual and after which some
it very sweet pieces. were sung by the
d school. These people will soon have
their new church completed all of which
e we wi4h them much success.
s. Nov. 9, 1887, by Rev. C. A. Marks,
d Mr. Willie Spence and Miss Sallie Dick
ert, both of Prosperity.
o Nov. 9, ISS7, by Rev. A. M. Uassell,
at the residence of the bride's parents,
Dr. W. D. Senn and Mis.s Hennie Boozer,
k daughter of Ir. II. D. Boozer, all ..f this
- Nov. 7, 18S7, by Rev. -- - ,
at the residence of Mr. D. H. Thomp
kins, in Edgefield County, Mr. J. M. C.
Kinard and Miss Nettie Gallman.
Nov. 13, 1887, by Rev. R. D. Smart,
- at the residence of the bride, Dr. 0. B.
eC Evans and Mrs. Emma F. Speake, both
d of Kinards, S. C.
1. Mr. John A. Kinard died at the res
Sidence of B. H. Lovelace otn Sunday
November 14, 1887.
r-Clifton, a bri;ibt and interesting son
r-of J. J. and R. TI. Amuick, of the Little
s-Iiver section, (lied Saturday, 12th in
-- stanit, aged 3 years and 10 months.
MIr. J. Oliver Havird di.-d at his resi
v- deuce in Newberry on M1onday Novem
r~ ber 14 18S7, of Bright's Disease, aged
48 years. Mr. liavird w as a native of
sE]dgefield hut has been a prominent eit
1 izen of ouri town for the past twelve
e Envelopes at IIunt's Book S:ore, from
e5 cents to :25 cents a package. -tf.
A new lot of Gent's tine bhoes, all
o0 styles, jttst received at
e 4t SMTH & WE.utN'S.
ec Wooten & MeWhirter :u.ve added a
. well relected stock of Dry' Goods and
No: ions to their large stock Of Furniture
and Shoes. it
We have juat added to our LARGE
STOCK OF CLOTIIING
FiTe Th10uSiill( Dollars
Worth. of Fall and Wint,er
::::OVER COA TS::::
2 AND TIILORMlI9E SlTS
which were bought ot priees that will
make it to your interest to WAIT until
re you cani run down antd inspect our line
h.- of these Goodb before vou invest. We
are also receiving ever y day iiovelties in
the Dry Goods side.of the house, well
worthy of your attention.
we refer you to those of our friends
who) havc already secured bargains of
us to lind how we serve our customers
- wvhein in the city. If you have not al
ready decided to p:ay aniot her house
more and will comxe and see us we will
save you money. M1ake o:ar store your
stopping place when in thne city.
with J. L. 3113NAUGII & CO.,
f- 121 &123 31:,in st., Columbia, S. C.
2! Pomona Hill Nurseries.
"-POMONA N. C.
4 Two and ahalf miles west of Greens
a- boro, N. C. The main line of the R. &
in D. R. R. passes through the ground< and(
ua within 100) feet of the office. Salem
t- trains make re~ul:ar, stops twice daily
~- each way. Those intel ested in Fruit
r and Fruit groing arte corially invited
t.o inspect this the large-t nursery in. the
State and one among thie largest ini the
The propietor ha;t for muany~ rears
visited thne leadintg Nourseries North and
hWest, and corresponded with those of
hforeign counntries, gathering every' fruit
that was calctilatted to suit the South,
both native arid for(eign. The reputa
i- tion of Pomona Bill1 Nurseries is such
to that matny aigents going out from Greens
boro, representinig other nurseries, try
to leave the impressioni that ther- are
of representing these nurseries. Why do
e. they do it ? Let the public answer.
he I have in stock growing (and can show
,visitors the same) the largest and best
stock of trees, &c., ever shown'or seen
fin anytwo nurseries in North Carolina,
at consisting of apple, peach, pear, cherry,
plum, grape, Japanese persimmon. Ja
panese plum, apricots, nectariene, Rus
sian apricot, mulberry, quinces. Smnall
n's fruits : Strawberry, raspberry, currants,
ly pecans, English walnuts, rhubarb, as
paragus, evergreens, shnade trees, roses,
Give your order to my authorized
az- agent or order direct from the nursery.
g a Correspondence solicited. Descriptive
ith catalogues free to applicants.
J. VAN. LINDLEY,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
One Hundred and Twenty-Eight
Acres of land. within three miles of
Newherrv. will either be sold or rentted.
Eighty-Five Acre, in high state of culti
ration. The land is a portion of the old
Mill'r plantation. near Langford's Mill,
)m Biu.:h river. Good dwellings. Terins
.y. For fu:rthcer particulars apply to
W. O. GOREE, Trustee,
10 2'1-rt Kinard's, S. C.
b; riPivirg daily a NEW STOCK of FALL
tnd WINTER litY !;OODS and NOTIONS
rhich hie will otf.r at prices that cannot be
bat by others tar or ear. ie can afford to I
to titi. unil winl .lo it. as he only sells for
cASt1, and no o-ter way. Come one. come
s'l. and see lr yourself what is said is so,
nnd you will nake by it.
PRIZES OF DRY GOODS
AMLOLNTING TO $1o
To be GIVEN the 3 BEST fus
oomers JANUARY 1, 1888.
C. F. JACKSON, MANAGER,
120 MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S.C.
F'r sale, on1 reaon'ab le terms, 1,140
I e of 1:, tittmbered with long leaf
tin, Slitable for turpentine business,
'ro-sties, saw-millig, &c. Situated in
Lexington Fork, eight miles from Co
lninbia, and within one and a half
iles c i the Colombia, Newberry and
[:11trels Railroad now building.
For terns atdl any other information,
villres. J. R. PRICE,
10.-Gt. Columbia. S. C.
Mrs. S. A. Riser & Co.
HAVE ON HAND
N EW AND STYLISH
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
Press Goods, Ribbons, Dress Trim@ings, Etc.
The Latest Styles of
HOSIERY, CORSETS, ETC.
LADIES' FINE SHOES
and Children's Shoes
t lowest prices.
Call early and make your selection
before the goods are picked.
LOWEST PRICES. BEST GOODS.
MRS. S. A. RISER & CO.
Dying of all kinds done at short notice.
ADIES ARE OFFERED plain needlework
at their own homes [town or countryl by
a wholesale house. Profitable, genuine.
Good pay can be made. Everything fur
nished. Particulars free. Address Artis
tic bteedlework Co.,135i 8th St., New York.
WOR F R ALL, metgvntnr
getic men andtwme everywhere. $50 a
week and all expenses paid. Samples worth
5 and full p)articula.rs free. Address P. 0.
VICKERY, A ugusta. Me.*
Don't tui.ss th is chance. Write to-day.
$25 A WEEK and upwards posi
sLinrD COTT'S GE?IN
and oth'er apptiances. Sample free. These
are the only original and gernuIne. \o humbug.
Dl. Scorr, su BT dway,~ N.Y.'
Hae ouCogh r onhts Csha, Idestla s
PER'Si C Ceofr GOn bihu tdelay. da
anford r ets of th tho and lng ao d dreae
eTF.Ani. The Aebl
W slo utingto. .
tholly ufPake airtnic, systemas.dn
gerus boke learnme.d in nae r tan
anecommndeoftmand b oweARK TWA. a- irCHlARD
PnoTn t he Sentit ~aHons. W. ' CsTo,
f10CoubaLw stu en to cilaro
Whollyc at Y le atifca syvesityPe.,
Phin. book aWelearei oee30adiObrg.
a iColea reLawg estets; atw Casteuqua
Universit y, &c. Prospectus P'OST FRE;E from
POuF. LUISETT E, 25I Fift.h Ave., New.York.
IMPHOVED AND ECONiIMIC
N. .enuine only withx fac-'dmmile of
Bauron Liebigs signature in blue
To be had cf aill Storekee pers. Grocers aud
The cabinet orran was
O if 1 T( ntroduced in its pres
ettform by Mason &
Vii lif llxtxlin '.n 186L. Other
j * nrakers followed in tile
inin,xmanufacture of thz&se
ins rumients. b)ut the Masoni & lamnlin Organs
have always mxaintai ned their supremacy as
the best in the World.
Mason & H amilin offer, as demnsntration of
the utnequaled excellence of their organs. the
fact that at all of the great World's Exhibi
ion s. sincee that at P'aris, 1 67, in competition
withI best makers at all caohntries, they have
ivariably takent thte highest hontors. Illus
ivae atlge ~ fre$son& Hamnlin's String
erwa inttroducedt by
Q~ttem in l5-2, and hl
been pt onxounced by ex
itllrt(s1 th atest intn m-o
provemenCtt in pianos in
tree htundired 1urhel(rs. mtusicians. and
tnr,en,to:yether with descriptive cata
Pins n rgaxns sold tar cash or easy pay
mettsl; alxo rented.
OE0 1 TIiC0MAN ND'PIANO CO.,
BOSTON. NEW YORK. CHICA90.
-a 4t. _______
E. M. Hacker, Proprietor. Established 1824
TH E LARGF.ST AND MOST COMPLETE ES
GEO. S. HACKER & SON.
DlOORS, SASH, BLflDS,
MOULDINGCand BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and Wareroomst, King, Opposite
Cannon Street, Charleston, S. C.
- 6.3n-1 .
THE IJEADER801F FAS
Have just received their a
SHOIS AND HATS.
These-goods wern hougit at
1STONISIIINGLY LOWt! PRIC
and will be sold a
Our Line of Overci
Full line of Shoes of all G
Gents' Fine Shoes a Speci
WILL TELL; thercfore if y
at LOW PRICES give us a
SMITI & w3
B. H. Cline's Old Stand,
WE ARE NEXT 900R
-Stoye Pipe A]
! Tin Shop Work D
3 RIGS, BEES WiX
ONE DOOt EBOM P. 0,,
YOU WILL E
BOOTS AND XIII
AND IFLILL LINE OF GOOD
Beg hato anounce the retuirn o
WINTER DRY GOODS, SHOES
day, by solid columns in regular 1
will be sold at ten per cent. abov<
CARPETINGS AND ML
FUL L ,LINE GENTS
an full1 complementKIfor L ai
For the inhabitants of the
SHOES a specialtyafrgets, ic
montbs, our senior partner retu
"Colmbi Mills. R
ALL OF THji
$23 Cash and Balance Nc
on a Piano. -
$10 Cash and Balance Nos
Delivered, freight free, to
I j5 days test trial a.nd frei
Write for circulars.
. AHAWK[N S A.ae,PzEe1-Ppc,
i AND LOW PR1S,
EOND: PURCHASE of
>ats Cannot Be Beat
rades and Prices.. Ladies' and q
alty. QUALITY and PRICE
ou want RELIABLE GOODS'
e & Bros. FINE CLOTHIiG
and ZEIG.ER BROS.' FINE SHOES
or Sale ONLY BY US.
-A LS' --
A,MCES ME ANS'
3.00 and $4.00 SHOES.
C A RUN , "Ie Newberry UOlhirrs,'
- NEWI3ERRY, S. C
TO TIlE POST OFFICE,
)U CAN FIND
GOODS 1 SPECIALTY.
[ways On Hand
TOVE REPAIRS 71
one at Short Notice.
IND HIDES WANTED,
S- - NEBERRY,8S. 93
C LOT HING '
S KEPT IN I flRIETY STORE, ..
IT, JR.,& CO.
MIr. Edmunds from the great markets
be skirmish line of their FALL and
and HATS; to be followed, day after
ie of battle.
cost to close.
TTINGS at 15 to 75c. to close.
s, Gentlemen and Children. Fine
'n;1 States and Canada! Fine
les, Children and Infants.
1must be closed out in the next three
ing for the purpose of building the
8 & E D MUND8,
)LUMs~BIA, S. C.
emrber 1 st, at spot cash prices,
emlber 1st, at spot cash prices, on
your nearest depot.
bt both ways, if not satisfertory.