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Local and Special.
BaPi'sT-'Eev. C. P. Scott, pastor. preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. in. and ::00 p. m. Sun
day school at 3:30 p. in.. Mr. .. B. Carwile,
Superintendent. Pr.iyer meeting Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m.
LUTREAN-Rev. W. C. Scbaefer. pa--tor.
Preachint next Suuday by the pastor. at. 11
a. n and 7 15 p. in. Sunday school at 3 :30 p.
in.. Dr. W. Gustave Houseal, auperintendent.
Prayer meeting Wedtnesday at 7:15 p. in.
T OuiST-13ev. J. L. atokes. pastor.
~raehing by the pas-or at 11 a. in and 7:15
day school at 4 p. in.. Mr. John W.
asuperirtendent. Prayer neetirig
at7 ' ..
-r.-PE3BYTERI AN-Rev. B. P. MeClintoek.
psaser. Service next. Suni-.y by the pastor
at ian. Sunday school at 9:3u a. ut.. 31r.M.
A. Carflsle, Superintendent. Pray,-r meeting
Wednesday at 7:15 p. in. M i- sionary .tociuy
Wednesday at a p. in., Mrs. C. lower, Prest
dlent. W. C. T. U. Tue,day at 5 p. in.. Mrs C.
EPu.cOPAL-Rev. W. 11. Hanckel. rector.
Service by the rector every third S indwy at
It a. In. and 4:10 p. ut Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. xazyck at 11 a. to.
PBZSBYTzRAN-Eev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at It a. in. and 7:15
p.m. anday school at 3:3u p. in., 31r. W. E
Pelbam, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.35 p. in.
S. P. Boozer is agent for DuPont's
Powder, which is noted for its strength
and cleanness. He can meet any com
petition. At wholesale and retail. In
quire the price before buying. 2t
Positively no Further Postponement
The Furniture, Beds, Bedding and
Carpets of the Newberry Hotel, adver
tised for sale on Saturday, the 19th, and
postponed to Thursday, the 24th, will be
sold on Saturday, November the 26th
instant, to the highest bidder, for cash.
No further postponement is anticipated.
It A. C. JONES.
All parties having Pianos and Organs
who wish to have them put in perfect
repair and tune can have them done so
by a practical workman, by leaving their
It W. W. IPABK'S MUSIC STOItE.
New Mal Route.
The Laurens train has a postal clerk
and a regular mail service between Lau
rens and Columbia. Mr. J. A. Clardy,
of Gallagher, has received the appoint
ment and made his first trip o'i Monday
night. We now have two mails daily to
and from Columbia. This will be a great
convenience to the people of Newberry
Since this line has been made a mail
route it is likely the train will be made
J. S. uasselI
Sells 8 cakes of Colgate Soap for 25
ecuta;Crockeryware, Glassware, Lamps,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises ;
and a general stock of Dry Goods and
Grocerles. All low down for cash-give
him a trial and be convinced. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. if.
Extra size suits for stout men; also for
long and slim men, at
4t SMITH & WEAR-N'S.
Young man, if you contemplate mar
rying, go to Smith & Wearn's for your
Prince Albert suit; you can get your
whole outfit from them. 4t
Union service will be he'd to day in
the Baptist church at 11 o'clock and a
sermnon appropriate to the day will be
preached by Rev. W. C. Schaeffer of the
The day will be generally observed by
our merchants. All places of business
will be closed. The bank and the post
office will be closed. The post office
will be open for a short time after the
arrival of each mail but there will be no
registered or money order business.
Those handsome Family Bibles at
Chapman's Book Store are very low
Everyone should see Wright & J. W.
Coppock's U.nderwear before purchas
inig; it is as comfortable as ornamental.
This is saying mnch, but 'tis true. tf.
NEwBEREY, S. C., Oct. 18, '8'.
This is to certify that I sold the for
mula for my Pile Salve to Mr. W. E.
Pelham, the Druggist, over a year ago,
anid that no one else is authorized to
prepare it. I have used it in my prac
tiee for a quarter of a century, and have
never known it to fail in relieving and
curing the most obstinate cases of Piles
or Hemorhcoids. Mr. Pelamn supplies it
in jars at 50 cents.
Full directions furnished with the
Salve. Dr. P. B. RUFF.
Fdrniture at low prices for sale. Call
<n M. Foot, Jr., & Co. .
Mothers, wihy 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 small a sum. ti.
Call at Wright & J. W. Coppock's and
get a better shoe than you can buy else
where for the same amount.
The nobbiest 4-button Cutaway Che
voit Suit for $15, at
4t SMITH & WEARN'S.
_e. _r Sheer'Fawelat Rich
The First English Lutheran eniuren
w as crowded Sunday morning and night,
Sthe occasion being the farewell ser
mlons of Rev. WV. C. SchaetThr.
-The services were v'ery interesting
and imlpressive, and many persons were
Iatiected to sears.
Mr. Sebaeffer was preented with a
goldl-headed car:e by the First Mission
School arid a handsome purse by the
SFirst church. He m:akes his future home
'in New berry, S. C.
Mr. Schaeffer will he greatly missed.
He has been a faithful laborer in all
good works. To his own church his
sevie have been invaluable, and lie
Scarries with him the - best wishes of the
whole community, regal diess of elass or
*creed.-Rihond Dispatch, Koc. 8th.
Go to Minter & JamuiesonI and see the
Snice Furniture that they ha: just open
if you want a present of any kind go
*or send' your order to
9-22 HCr's BooK STORE.
Ask for Smith .& Wearn's $1.25 fur
~Hat. rTey have sold 10 dozen since
-September 1st. 4t
Best andl completest stock of boots
and shoes ever offered ini Newberry
now on hand at M. Foot, Jr. & Co.'s
''Don't forget that Robertson's Fever
"and Aguie Cure has been reduced in price
Kfrom 75 to 50c per bottle, and that it
never fails to cnre the most obstinate
case of Chill and Fever. tf.
A lovely line of children:s' Hats and
Caps of all kinds, at
4t SMrrH & WEARN'S.
! The Court.
The Court of General Sessions occupied
all of last week and was adjourned on
Saturday at noon. Solicitor Duncan
left for home on the afternoon train.
The following cases were disposed of
after our report last week was finished.
The State vs. George Pool house
breaking in day time-pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to one year in the pen
The State vs. Wm. Murphy charged
with murder was taken up Thursday
moreing and on Friday morning the
jury having failed to reach a verdict, a
mi-trial was ordered. Murphy is the
negro who killed Mr. J. F. Oxuer some
time ago. His plea is self-defense. He
was d" ftinded by Mr. E. B. Ragsdale, of
Winnsboro, atn1 M. A. Carlisle of New
berry. O- Sat urd y' Judge Norton
passed an order admitting Murphy to
bail in $1.000. The bond has not yet
The next case was the State vs. Joseph
W. Werta charged with murder. Mr.
Werts is a young man and a son of Dr.
D. H. Werts of No. 10. He killed James
Sadler some time ago. His plea was
self-defence. He was acquitted. He
was defended by H. H. Blease, Jr.
In the case of the State vs. W. Y.
Miller, charged with murder, a verdict of
not guilty was rendered. Mr. Miller is
a policeman of the town and it was sup
posed he killed the negro Dembo Hig
gins who was found dead in the field on
Mr. John A. Kinard's place on Monday
morning after a hot supper held there ou
Saturday night. Mr. Miller was pres
ent on Saturday night in his otlicial
capacity and shot at this negro while he
was resisting the officer and pressing
The State vs. Ben Thompson, arson.
The jury rendered a verdict of "not
The State vs. Ltvi Williams house- I
breaking in the day time-guilty-and
sentenced to two years in the peniten
The State vs. John Higgins, Sam Hig I
gins, Jesse Jones, Sam Harris, Henry
Jonakin, Win. Dawkins, Wm. Davis and
Dorsey Glasgow, for assault and battery
of a high and aggravated nature and re
sist ing an officer. Sam Higgins pleaded
guilty and John Higgins was convicted.
The rest were acquitted. Sam and John t
Higgins was each sentenced to IS months
in the penitentiary.
After the passage of the general and
special orders the court of sessions was
adjourned. The other cases on the dock
et were continued.
GENERAL AND SPECIAL ORDERS.
On motion of D. R. Duncan, solicitor,
1. That all recognizances which have
not been specially discharged be contin
ued over to the next term.
2. That Bench warrants issue against <
all peasons whom Bills of Indictments 3
have been found at this or any former
term, and who have not yet been bound
over to answer the same; and against t
all persons who have been convicted at
this or any former term, and have not
appeared to receive judgmcnt. a
And if any of the said persons have a
removed from or are without the limits.
of this conuty, that the Bench warrants
agaiust them or any of them be for- I
warded by the Clerk to the Sheriff of t
any and every county in this State, in
which such persons or any of them, re- F,
spectively reside or may be found.
3. That scire facias issue against all t
persons who have been bound over to f:
prosecute, or to answer, or to give evi
dence, and who have not appeared, pur
suanit to the condition of their respec
tive recogn izances ; and also against all j
persons who have been summoned to at
tend Court as Grand or Petit Jurors,
and who have not attended, or been ex
4. That process of execution issue 3
against. all persons who at this, ce
or at any other term who have
been fined, and have not paid their
fines ; or w~ ho have been convicted, or a
pleaded guilty, and have not paid the c4
fees and costs, taxed and due upon il
their respective recognizances. g
5. That the Clerk issue process to.
bind over all witnesses who have not H
been bound over, not only in prosecu- S
tious already returned to this court, and
not finally disposed of, but also in all c
prosecutions which may be returned into
his otlice by competent authority, before F
the nzext term. J. J. NORToN, b:
Nov. 19, 1887. Presiding Judge. B
SPECIAL ORDER. ti
Upon hearing the presentment of the a:
Grand Jury and on motion of D. R.
Duncau, Solicitor, it is ordered that
copies of so much thereof as refers tok
providing for more comfortable jury
rooms and furniture fo.r the bar and fi
court room be served tupon the board of B
county commissioners and said board t<
dojshow cause on or before the next term te
of this Court why said recommendations b
have not been carried out by said board,
also that so much of said presentment a~
as relates to the repairs of jail and the S
condition of the public highways, be fi
served on board of county commission- a
crs. That a copy of so much of said 'a
present ment as ref. r- to the abatement a
of a butcher pen on the plantation of J. fl
.J. Lane be served on Trial Justice
Blease that the neceseary,warrant shall fi
be issued according to law for the abate- tI
ment of the said nuisance against the o
party or part i's maintaining and keep
ing the sameo. J. J. NORTON, i
Nov. 10, 1887. Presidinsg
SThe Court of Cominon Pleas 'e-C.
,.~A~..,y.ioiibut the jury . gdIg
week were dischargeud until December'1, tI
when they are required to return, ant' fl
the jury cases on the civil side of the "
coturt will be taken up. The balance of
the week, tup to yesterday, was occupied ti
by Judge Norton in passing -orders and b
hearing such cases as cou!d be taken up tI
by consent and tried without a jury.
The court adjourned yesterday at 12 ci
o'clock until the time above mentioned. ti
Ladies, don't fail to see those new
Shoes at SMITH & IVEARN'S.
Hallow, Charlie ! Have yout beenb
spending the summer in Alaska? Naw, ~
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn't a
Beautiful Boxes Paper at
tf J. W. CHAPMAN's.
ART MATERIAL, ART MATERIAL.
a- - 3,
Just received a large supply. Oil a1
Paints of all colors, Brushes, Paletts, a
Plaques, Mahogany and Satin Panels,
Pae yKies, etc., at
HUNT'S B00K~ STORE. A
A t Wheeler's Saloon. t f.
MJ. Foot. Jr.. & Co. have now a comn
plete stock of dry goods, boots and F
shoes, clothing, furniture, groceries,
etc., for sale at prices that cannot be
Price and qtality will tell; therefore
1go to Smith & Wearn's for your Cloth-i
ing. Shoes and Hats. a
Good aprfr5 cents a quire, at
j if e foHnT'S nOOK SE.
Various and All About. (
Rev. A. M. Hassell will preach in the
ewberrs Baptist church next Sunday Mi
1ight. a sh
The L:ithetran Sunday-school will ar- W
mble hereafter at 3.30 o'clock in the tawa
C tpt. J. O. Mered'th ha: oar thank; tield
or one of the laryest turnips we have frien
ver seen. Mr
Rev. Mr. McCauley will preach at Fran
[ing Creek church Saturday and Sun- iting
lay, November 26 and 27. The -aera- Re
nent of the Lord's Supper will be ad- Maj
ainis:ered on Sunday. Sync
Newberry now has four urail trains Ni
Rev. Dr. Ax-on, of Savannah. will 269.
)reach in the Presbyterian church next wt
unday morning at 11 o'clock. horn
The hot supper on Tuesday night for drov
he benefit of the Newberry band was a 50.
uccess. About $"2 were taken in. Mi
Miss Helen Blythe will appear at the spen
)pera House next Monday and Tuesday J. A
venings ii the drama "Only a Wo- last
nan's Heart." Secure your seats at Th
Iunt's Book Store. mun
Wante+d.-A young nan who can perform k.
.n the orgat:; mnust be intelligent, sober and
nergetic. Reference required. Adress to th
W. W. IPARK, Newberry, S. C.
Stafford's Inks are best, for sale at hims
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S. M
Mr. J. P. Pool is in Asheville. town
Mr. J. R. Green went over to Spartan- tions
burg last week on business.
Rev. G. W. Holland, Ph. D., Mr. D. A D)
3. Wheeler and Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., A
eft yesterday for Savannah, Ga.. to at- at th
end a meeting of the Lutheran General the
vnod South. lowir
Rev. Wm. A. Julian, of Georgia, will anal
)reach at Beth Eden church next Sun- us a
lay morning at 11 o'clock. I h
Rev. Wm. Hayne Leavell, of Boston, comr
as received and accepted a call from the ange
rirst Presbyterian church of Meridian, to ac
Rev. Mr. Hanekel of Abbeville, held clear
ivine services at St. Luke's (Episcopal) ange
hurch last Surnday morning and after- now
Mr. - Miller, of Columbia, is visiting cepti
us daughter, Mrs. T. Q. Boozer. ing t
Mr. L. S. Mellichamp, soliciting agent my c
or the News and Courier, was in town mued
Judge J. J. Norton left for his home than
'esterday. IIe will return and open I a
,ourt on the 7th of December. wate
Hons. S. Pope and E. P. Chalmers woul
rent down to Columbia on Monday. gingt
Ion. J. L. Keitt went down on Tues- other
Mr. D. 11. Witherspoon, of the Claren- wood
on Enterprise, was in Newberry on five
Mrs. Y. J. Pope returned from a visit the e
Columbia on Tuesday. wou1
Master Wardlaw Moorman has been
ppointad a page in the House of Repre- ao
Mr. Isaiah Haltiwanger. of Lexington 4., d
'ork, was in New berry the early part of At
ie week. mule
Hon. J. A. Sligh was not able to 5-1
~ave home this week to take his seat in Ujn
2e Senate on account of sickness in his I hi
miily,. _______ and r
JOHN B. JONES. .
eMolut ions by the Newberry Bar on Ione c
luis Deatha. |firma
At a meeting of the Newberry Bar held 'yet at
onday, with CoL. C. H. Suber, secretary, stitut
iairman, and H. H. Blease, Jr., Esq., as come
esers. J. F. J. Caldwell, T. S. Moorman As ar
id Jas. K. P. Goggans were appointed a laa
>nmittee to draft suitable resolutions on pe
te death of John B. Jones and present tacks
temn to the Court. Col. Suber was als cific.
structed to forward the same to the Call
bate Bar Association. e
The resolutions were presented to the tf
ourt on Wednesday morning by Mr. J.
.J. Caldwell Remarks were also made WVr
r Mr. T. S. Moorman and Mr. W. H. toge
uint The Court ordered that the resolu
ns be spread on the minutes of Court, Ret
ud that the Court adjourn out of respect pock
'the memory of the deceased. The fol- from
wing are the resolutions: A 1:
Inasmuch as death has lately removed receis
om us John B. Jones, a member of the
ar of Newberry; and because it is proper
express our appreciation of his charac- W
r and our regret at his loss; therefore, with
Sit resolved, by the Bar of Newberry, g0
1st. That in the death of our brother frge
torney this Bar and that of the State of forgel
auth Carolina have been deprived of a 3*
llow laborer who had already achieved
i honorable and enviable position, and cute.
hose character and ability gave abund- H
it promise of distinction and large use- re.spe
Lness in his profession. tec
2. That in the death of our deceased & Co.
iend the people at large have sustained
e loss of a capable, energetic and patri- A 1
aic citizen. and ]
3. That the Bar of Newberry extend to patte:
ie family of the deceased their deepest 4t
mpathy inj sebereavement with
~k~'ave been visited. If 3
4. That these resolutions be presented less i
4the Circuit Court for this County with 4t
e request that they be entered upon the
nutes of the Court and that a suitable Wr
emorial of our deceased brother be in- Gent'
ribed among its records. That
5. That a copy of these resolutions be best I
ansmitted to the family of the deceased
r the chairman of the meeting held by
te Bar for the purpose of paying a
roper tribute to the memory of the de- Hn
ased; and that the same chairman pro- Hn
ire these resolutions to be printed in Di
e newspapers published in the County "M o
Inter & JamieenTh
Have a large stock of' Clothing on 4e
ind which they are going to close out
rthe 1st of January, regardless of Wr
ies. Call and see them. They will big s
11l you a Suit 25 per cent. cheaper than or gil
iy one else. 2t
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ounty Teacherm' Associationi. I hi
The County Teachers' Association will fless
>ld its next meeting on Saturday, Dec.th
1887, in the Newberry Female Academy and
Newberry. The programme, is the class
.me as for the last meeting, as follows: to s1'
How to make our meetings interesting. Gary
rthur Kibler. pr p
Our State School System. T. S. Moor
What shall a teacher read? Miss Alice Tues4
The Experimental Sciences. Prof. 3. B. coats
Query bex. S
A full attendance is desired by the Clot11
oard of Examinors. stylei
Pictures, Pictures! The prettiest you .Cal
ver saw, at me, a
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S. j"Lou
- I quett
Congress Fine Envelopes at yo liU
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S. paltel
0.' Thur.;day_-November 17,1SS7, at St. !
P.tilips Church, by Rev. S. T. Rallman, I
Mr. Pettu< Lotuinick, to Misss Vinnie
Ruff. daughter of Mr. John S. Ruff.
Mis: Eiiz"beth J. Lake, daughter of
Mr. lvey C. L-ike, of No. 6 township,
died November IS, 1887, aged about 40
Mr. R. II. Price. who ha< been in the
railroad service for a long time, died
here on Sunday, November 20th, 1887,
a,ed about 32 years. Last February he
received severe injuries in his bead by
having his skull fractured while on top
of his train near Alston. He was sick a
long time from this blow, but recently
came here to run between Laurens and j
Newberrv on freiZht. It is probable his a
death resulted from this blow.
He was buried in Columbia on Tues- i
tay. He leaves a wife and little daugh- C
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Emma Lazarus, the well known
poetess and translator, died in New
York on Saturday.
One hundred representatives of the
W. C. T. U. called upon Mrs. Polk at
Dispatches from Memphis .eport se
rious damage in the surrounding coun
try by forest fires.
During the present year 6,784
new buildings have been erected in
Philadelphia at a cost of $23,518,320.
The Quaker City is a city of houses
Two ladies have been appointed
managers of the New York asylum
for the insane, at Buffalo. a
- The estimate of the cotton crop for c
1887 is placed at 6,300,000 bales. I
The postal money order system. 1
while yielding no profit for the past
year, was self-sustaining. The total1
amount was $138,267,016. a
A boiler explosion at Prescott, Ari
zona, on Saturday, killed the propri
etor and five workmen and injured a
number of others.
The members of the British fisher
ies commission were formally pre
sented to the President on Saturday.
They were received in the private
library adjoining the Cabinet room.
A water train near Galveston, Tex.,
on Friday night attempted to make a
station ahead of time. Result, collis
ion with a passenger train, death of
the engineer and fireman of the water
train, and probably fatal injury of a
baggage man and express messenger.
Anarchists in Newark, N. J., threat
en the lives of the police.
In ten months of the present year
9,408 miles of railroads have been built
in the United States, against 9,000
miles in the whole of last year. The
prospects are that next year will be
another of extended railroad building, al
Prince William, son of the Crown
Prince, takes his father's place in the b
affairs of the Empire.
The French ministry has resigned,
and President Grevy has accepted
Mr. O'Brien's friends have smug
gled into Tullamore jail a decent suit
of clothes, and he is now wearing it.
Full returns at Richmond, Va., on
the 18th, of the recent election for
members of the General Assembly
show that the complexion of the new
body will be as follows: Senate, Dem- E'
oerats 26; Republicans 14. House of
Delegates, Democrats 61; Republicans V
385; Independent Republican I; Demo
cratic majority on joint ballot 34. The
official canvass of the returns will not
be made till the 28th inst., but the
above figures will not be changed- a:
Tfhere will probably be several con- a;
Envelores, Enzivelopes, Envelopes.I
Twenty thousand Envelopes just re
e:eived at IIUNT'S BOOK STORE.
Why have your suits made to: order? 2
when you can get a perfect fit at
40 SMITH & WEARN'S.
If you wish to make yourself comfort- -
able for the winter get your Underwear
from Smith & Wearn; they haive a spler:
did line to select from.
Do pay Peoples & Johnson what you
owe them. St.
Go to Hunt's Book Store anrd examine
their new Oxford Bibles.
Be sure to go to McCaughrin's Hall
next Tuesdlay night arnd get a good sup
Envelopes at Hunt's Book Store, from of
5 cents to :25 cents a package. tf.
A newv lot of Gent's fine Shoes, allU
styles, just received at
4t SITH & WEARN'S.
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
Newberry ? Wright & J. W. Coppock.
Go and see them and be convinced. tf.
Blank BZooks, Blank Books.
Thue largest line ever brought to this
city. The merchants arc requested to
call and examine them.
IIUNT's IIOOK STORE.
___ _________- N
P omona Hill Nurseries.
POMONA N. C. D
T wo and a half miles west of Greens
boro, N. C. The main line of the R. & i
D. R. R. passes through the grounds and
within 100) feet of the office. Salem 1
trains make regular stops twice daily
each way. Those interested in Fruit
andI Fruit growing are cordially invited
to inispect this the largest nursery in the
taeadone among the largest in the
The propietor has for many years h
visited the leading Nurseries North and
West, and corresponded with those of th
foreign countries, gathering every fruit
that was calculated to suit the South, w
both native and foreign. The repnta- In
tion of Pomona Hill Nurseries is such tr
that maniy agents going out from Greens-1
boro, representing other nurseries, try
to leave tihe impression that they are
representing these nurseries. W~hy do -
they do it ? Let the public answer. hi
I have in stock growing (and can show t
visitors the same) the largest and best t
stock of trees, &c., ever shown'or seen lo
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, quinces. Small j
fruits : Strawberry, raspberry, currants, -
pecans, English walnuts, rhubarb, as
paragus, evergreens, shade trees, roses, Ti
Give your order to my authorized
agent or order dlirect from the nu rsery.
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive
catalogues free to applicants.
J. VAN. LINDLEY,
Guilford County, N. C.
I will make a final settlement in tile
Pr obate Court for Newberry County on
the estate of Henderson Williams, de
ceased, on 21st November 188'7, and im
mediately thereafter apply for a final
discharge. All persons holding demands
against said estate, must present them
to my attorney. 0. L. Schumpert, Esq.,
on or before said date.
GEORGE T. COLEMAN, O
04c'ber iS, 1887.-St.
CUR PROSPERITY LEITER.
s. K. D. Lake and chtildren are or
rt visit to Newberry.
regret to learn that Rev. John At
y, Jr., has the measles.
and Mrs. T. M. Gibson. of E Ige
County, are on a short vi-it tC
ds in our town.
. Thorn s Rhoden aid wif t and Mrs.
cis Rhoden, of Jolnstoni's, are "is
Mrs. Claraa Bridge..
v. C. A. Marks, L. S. Bowers and
P. E. Wise are atteniding the United
d in Savannah, Ga.
.mber of bales cotton sold for tLe
ending Tuesday, November, 22du,
Price to-day, 9J for middling.
understand that Mr. Jel". Set
,of Tenn., w ho is in town w ith :
of hogs, has sold between 4-1 and
ss Alma Kibler, who has bret
ling some time with her si-ter, Mrs
Simpson, returned to Newberry
e bravest things in our town are the
ps. Why mumps? Becau-e they
attacked Col. Wheeler. Don'1
whether to extend our sympathy
e Col.. or the mumps.
G. A. Maffett, having taken unt<
elf a wife in the person of Miss
ie Chappell, of Jenkinsville, Fair
County, is the happiest man ir
We extend heartiest congratula.
to the young couple.
tck of an Angel.
oung lady of Newberry who was
e late fair but who did not take irn
ituation described, received the fol.
ig spicy analysis from a gallant
g biped. She enjoyed the ridiculous
'sis of her sex very much, and gave
opy for publication
ave heard it said that woman is a
tound being, made up equally of the
I and mule. I have been disposed
cept the qualitative if not the quan
ve statement. My mind was never
as to which predominated-the
lie or the mnulic! Of course I am
speaking of the average, and, as a
ral rule, I know there are many ex
ons both ways. But since attend
he fair, I am disposed to modify
pinion, by thinking she is very
t of a duck; for I never saw that
take more kindly to a mud puddle
she did on the aforesaid occasion.
mused myself for an hour or more,
ring tben enter the grounds; they
d begin picking their way very
:rly, from one tuft of grass to an
; then balancing themselves grace
on a pebble or a chance bit of
, (this would last for the space of
minutes,) when they would begin
>eing through the firmest mud. At
nd of the next five minutes they
t be walking flat-footed into the
~st mud-hole, as coolly as any duck
le land,-so my analysis stands
fair weather--angel 50 parts, mule
i state fair, r.iining-duck 75 parts,
20, angel a trace, earthy soluble
der most favorabUle circumstances,
k about equal parts angel, duck
~ile, would be the happy medium.
disregard the laws of health? Xo
in settle that question in the af
ive. Everybody knows that the
:f health should be obeyed, and
great many do not do so. Tihe re
f disobedience is a shattered con
ion, causing the individual to be
a ready prey to malarial influences.
antidote to, or preventive of, ma
chills and fever) no remedy can
are with Pelham's Certain Ague
ic. Chills and Fever will not at
myone takitng Pelham's Chill Spe
Put up in 50c. bottles this yeamr.
or it at Pelham's Pharmacy. tI
ool Books at lowest prices, at
J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
ght & J. W. Coppock's is the place
your Clothing, if you wantI to get
arth of your money. tf.
ember that Wright & J. W. Cop
give a discount of ten per cent.
regular prices on all cash sales. t f
trge supply of school books just
ed at Hunt's Bookstore. tl22
An Avaricious Man.
y is an avaricious man like one
a short memory? HIe is always
ting, but the wise parent never
s Taylor's Cherokee Remmedy of
Gum and 31ullein. the croup pre
e, and cough and consinnptiomn
ry E. Banknight and J. Will Smith
tuly ask their friends when in
ry to call on theum at 31. Foot, Jr..
eatiful line of childrens' Suit
)vercoata, of the latest cuts andl
'SMITH & WEARN'S.
on want to see the "Boss" seam
laukenphatst Sho'e for .375. go to
SMITH & WEARN'S.
ght & J. W. Coppock's li:ie otf
s Neck Wear is just awf uliy tiee.
is what the ladies say, i. e., the
aokintg ones. t f.
Sreceived, a beantiful supply of
ling. Call and examine stock at
s Book Store. if
iyou ever try Smith & Wearn's
aarc" Shtirts? They lit perfect ly
b. st $2 Boot for plantation use at
SMITH & WEARN'S
ht & J. WV. Coppock have got a
ock and they are going to sell it
e it away. Alark this. t .
ve added a restaurant to my busi
at the old stand of Wheeler Bros ,
amn Street. M1eals at all hours of
ay. Oysters, Ham and Eggs, Fish
nt fact every thing kept in a tirst
restaurant. Give tme a call-prices
it the times. In my absence Mir
Coleman will see that you are
JOHN F. WHEELER.
it forget the Hot Supper next
lay night. It.
e you seen those beautiful Over.
at Smith & W earn'e? They have
ed their second lot this season. 4t
ith & Wearn are the fashionable
iers of Newberry; they lead in
and prices. 4t
1 at Hunt's Book Store and exam
beautiful line of Box Stationery,
don Fog," "Fanchon," "Mo.
a" and "Torchon." Its English
now, and every other brand of fine
FOR SALE OR RENT.
One Hundred and Twenty-Eight
cres of land, within three miles of
ewberry. will either be sold or rented.
ighty-Five Acres in high state of culti
ation. The land is a portion of the old
liller plantation, near Langford's Mill,
n Bush river. Good dwellings. Terms
asy. For further particulars apply to
W. O. GOREE, Trustee,
10 20-t Kinar(i's, S. C.
)ASH DRY GOOD88 TORE
receiving daily a NEW STOCK of FALL
id WINTER DRY uOODS alnd NOTIONS
hich he will offer at prices that cannot be
eat by others tar or near. He can afford to
o this, and will do it, as he only sells for
ASH, and no oher way. Come one, come
11, and see for yourself what is said is iso,
nd you will make by it.
3 PR1ES OF DRY GOODS
AMOUNTING TO $10
ro be GIVEN the 3 BEST Cus
tomers JANUARY 1, 1888.
C. F. JACKSON, MANAGER,
120 MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C,
For sale, onl reasonable terms, 1,140
cres of land, timbered with long leaf
ine, suitable for turpentine business,
ro:sties, saw-milling, &c. Situated in
,exington Fork, eight miles from Co
imbia, and within one and a half
files of the Columbia, Newberry and
,aurens Railroad now building.
For terms and any other information,
ridress J. R. PRICE,
10-6-6t. Columbia, S. C.
ffrs. S. A. Riser & Co.
HAVE ON HAND
N EW AND STYLISI
RILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
Dress Goods, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Etc.
The Latest Styles of
IOSIERY, CORSETS, ETC.
IAD1ES' FINE SHOES
and Children's Shoes
t lowest prices.
Call early and make your selection
afore the goods are picked.
LOWEST PRICES. BEST GOODS.
MR s. 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 wh"'lesale house. Profitable, genuine.
Good pay can be made. Everything fur
Enished. Particulars free. Address Artis
tic heedlework Co., 135 8th St., New York.
vwRK FORA.L n ""eno" :
eek and all expenes pai. inple~ worth
nd full pariculr free. Address P. 0.
Don't miss this ch..nce. Write to-day.
t WEE and upwardis pod
seln $D C0S GEW INE
id other appliances. Sample free. These
'eth'e only oririnal and ger.uime. No humbug.
aE ScoTr, 844 Broadway, N. Y.
wRhot ela. .s
4 l adslo of hetoac and wlus, and dgisass
ae e ove irc lthrb
Wholly unhike artificial systems.
Any book learned in one reading.
eonmende by MARX TAN RICHAR
100 Columbi a students two classes of
I ach a Yael e00at niersit of Penn.
lege and three lar~ge classes at Chautauqua
OF. LOITE, ' Ffth Av.,FR Ne ok.
IMPROVED AND ECONOMIC
.B.-Genuine only wilth fac-simnile of
Baron Liebig's signature in blue
L'o be had of all Storekeepers. Grocers and
iBJ... I eHanr inby Mason 8
man (trif thee
s ruments, but the Mason & Hlamlin Organs
e a>est minatain ed their supremacy as
alason & Hamlin o1fer, as demonstration of
tunequaled excellence of thei organs. the
ins. siuce that of ParIs. 1 G7. in competition
tariably taken the higt i h eys veius
tied catalogues free.ao&Hmi' tig
1111111 ema in1:rroduced 1y
I II El been pr onrounced by ex
iIIJUU .perts the "g~reatest inm
provemnent inl pianos0 In
&circuars, cntaining testimonials from
rer, hundred purcha,.ers, m ncians. ar.d
insan OrgS sol tafr cash or easy pay.
GSON & HAELI ORGAN AND PIANO CO.,
BOSTON. NEW YOBE. CHICA90.
N. Hacker, Proprietor. Established 1824
EE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE Es
EO. S. HACKER & SON.
)OORS, SASH, BLINDS,
MOULDING and BUILDING MATERIAL.
ffice and Warerooms, King, Opposite
Cannon Street, Charleston, S. C.
Have just received their
SHOES AI HAT
These goods wer'e bought at
iSTONISIGL LOW Pi
and will be sold
Our Line of Over
Full line of Shoes of all
Gents' Fine Shoes a Sp(
WILL TELL; thercfore if
at LOW PRICES give us
SMIITH & W
13. I. Cline's Old Stand
SIIRE NEXT D0O
-Stove Pipe I
Tin Shop Work :
RIGS, BEES AX
02E DOOR FRO0M P. 0.,
B#OTS AND SR
IND I FIULL LINE OF COO
Beg to announce the retur:
and that they are now showin
ay, by solid columns in re*gular
will be soi d at ten per cent. abox
CARPE~TINGS AND M
FUL L , LINE GENTE
Ir' full complement, for Ladi
and full assortm~ent of KID GLO
For the inhabitants of the
SHOES a specialty for Gents, La
We have a large stock, whic
monnths, our senior partner reti
ALL OF T1H]
$25 Cash and Balance N<
on a Piano.
$10 Cash and Balance Nos
Delivered, freight free, to
15 days test triatl and frei;
Write for cir ulars.
T. A. UIAWIKTNS Agen~ NewI
SIII0N AND LOV PRIE,
SECOND PURCHASE of
coats Cannot Be Beat.
Grades and Prices. Ladies' and
cialty. QUALITY and PRICE
you want RELIABLE GOODS
Tolse & Eros.' FINE CLOTHING
and ZEIGLER BROS.' FINE SHdOES
for Sale ONLY BY US.
63.00 and $4.00 SHOES.
J A 1T, "he NeRberry CI&hiers,
- 'NEWBERRY, S. C.
I TO TilE POST OFFICE,
OU CAN FIND
GOODS A SPEU1ILTY, .
Done at Short Notice. ;
IND IIDES .NTED,
- - IVWBERRL, 8.. IL
EJ81EPT iN I fIllRETY STOlRE.
f Mr. Edmundis from the great mnarkets
the skirmish line of their FALL and
s and H ATS; to be followed, day after
line of battle.
e cost to close.
A TTINGS at 15 to 75c. to close:
3 FURNISHING GOODS.
es. Gentlemen and Children. Fine
a I States and Canada! Fine
dies, Children and Infants.
bh must be closed out in the next three
ring for the purpose of building the
8 & E DMUND8,
DLUMtBIA, S. C.
a BEST MAKES.
wembher I st, at spot cash prices,
'ember 1st, at spot cash prices, on
your nearest depot.
ht both ways, if not satisfactoryv.
N W. TUMP, Manager,
erry - Col.umbla,SU, /