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Local and SDecial.
I:AerIsT-Pev. C. P. Scott. pastor. preaching
liext Sunday at 11 a. In. atn, 7:il) p. in. Stji
.tay selhool at 3:30 p. In . Mr. .1 1. Carwi,e.
Sa perin tenetiet. Pr.,yer ie, ting, Wene sday
at 7 -3n p. m.
t.u"rm.:aAx- Rev. V. C. S(m. It.-r. pa-tor.
1-reachinY' ne-xt sunetay by the pis or,% at 11
:t. us andi 7 15 p. Ill. sitl:,y -ehiool at 3:30 p.
n: , Dr. W. Gn.tave" Iouse-al. .-uperinilenticut.
Prayer meeting Weunesday at 7:15 p. in.
METHoUlIST-ttev. J. L. -tokes. pastOr.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. ani 7:15
p. im. Sunday school at 4 p. in.. M1r. John W.
Chapman. superintendtent. Prayer iueetiPg
at 7:15 p. m .
A. R. PHEsIrTERIAN-Rev. E. P. 3lcClintock.
pastor. Service next Sunid,y by the pastor
at 11 a. m. Sundav school at 9:30 a. ta., 'I r 1.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:16 p. in. Mi-sionary Society
Wednesday at : p. in., Mrs. C. lower, Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tueaday at 5 p. In.. Mrs. C.
EI-CoPAL-Rev. W. 11. lanckel, rector.
Service by the rector every thirdt S-ndy at
1I a. n. and 4:10 p. in Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. \lazyck at 11 a. i.
?iRESRYTEKtAN-Rev. J. S. CoZby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at It a. n. ansd 7:15
p. in. Sunday school at 3:30 . in., Mr. W. E
Pelitam, buperiettendent. syer meeting
Wednesday at 7 15 p. mn.
The steward, of the Newberry Circuit
are requested to meet at the parsonage
i n Newberry on January 3, 1888.
-A. J. KIL.G1) cI.
George B. Cromer, Esq., will deliver
a lecture before the Helena Sunday
school Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
The public is invited.
Over Sixty Thousand Cigars to W. A.
As a proof of the quality and untiform
ity of the cigar I manufacture I hereby
make the following statement, that I
have sold to W. A. Kinard over sixty
thousand cigars since the 4th of March,
1S87. HARRY H. SAMUELS;
Daisy Cigar Factoty,
3)7 and 315 E1st 59th Street,
Christmas is coming: That you all
know, but there is one thing you don't
know, and that is, you can buy Dressin
Cases, Work Boxes. Cut.glas, Bottles of
Cologne, Fine Vases ande Christmas
Cards very cheap, at Robehrtsoni's Di ug
Store, opposite the Post Office. tf
Raiseus, Nuts, Currants and Citron,
fresh and cheap, at
tf S. B. JONES'.
('harged With Forgery.
The Columbia correspondent of the
News and Courier. under d.tte December
IS, says: "Harry Wood, a white yotith
about 1G years old, was examined by
Jutice Muller to-day upon the charge of
forgery. It seems that Wood was wt ork
ing as a train hand on the L-turens
Raih-oad and last month drew the pay
of S. N. Beane, another hand, by forging
Beane's name as an endorsement onl an
order and representing hiuself to D. L.
Bryan, of the Richmond and Danville,
as Beane. le drew $30 of B:"ane's money
last month and attempted to repe it the
operation again this tnonth. He was
e mmitted for triail ini default of $5'
Wright & J. W. Coppock's linte of
Gent's Neck Wear is jtu,t awfully tice.
That is what the ladies sav, i. e., the
best looking ontes. tf.
I have added a restaturant to my busi
neCSS alt the oldI stand of Wheeler Bros,
on Main Street. Meals at all hxonra (If
the dar. Ovst-rs, Hain and Eggs. Fish
and in' fact' every thing kept in a tirst
class restaurant. Give mec a call-prices
to st'it the Itimes. In my absence Mr
G;ary Coleman will see that you atre
tf. JOHN F. WHEELER.
Amity Lodge No. $7, A. F. M1
At a meeting of Amity Lodge No.
87, A. F. M., held December 19, 1887,
the following officers were elected for
the ensuing year:
Eduard Scholtz, W. M.
Otto Kletuer, S. WV.
0. B. Mayer, Jr., J. WV.
Wm. Jobhnson, Treasurer.
M. Foot, Jr., Secretary.
E. WV. Thomnason, S. 1).
L. D. Shlockley, J. D
Peter Robertsotn,- Stewrds
J. WV. Buffingtonl.
A. A. Killian, Tiler.
A large supply of school books .in4
received1 at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
School Books at lowest prices, at
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
Wright & J. W. Coppock's is the place
to get your Clothing, if you want te ::et
the worth of your money. ti.
Newberry County Bible Society.
The~ Newberry County Bible Society
hleld a meetinig inl tile Presbyterian
chuirch onl Stundav tnight. An address
was deliveredl by Rev. Tr. H. Law, the
agent of the Atmericanl Bible Societv.
Rev. J. S. Cosby was elected Presidetnt,
and thu resident ministers of the townl
Vice-presidenlte. Mr. JohnI A Chapan
was re-elected Secretary and Treatsurer.
Anl Executive Committee consisting of
Rev. J. S. Cosby, Chairmflan, J. N. Mar
tin, George McWhirter, S. P. Boozer, P.
Robet tson and W. G. RIouteal, were
Abotut twenty-Onle nlew members were
enrolled for this year. Thue dues for an
niual nmenmbersip tare one dollar a year.
Metmbers will lie received at an~y tinte.
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
pock give a dliscotunt of ten per cetnt.
from regular pricesotn aill caish sales, if
Stop at Sam Jones' atnd see hik elegan
line of Christmas Cards-fronm acts to
$O.00 ill prc.t
Newberry Lodge No. 3-5. lK. of H.
At the last meetitng of Newberry
Lodge No. 35.3 K. oif H., the following
otticers were elected for the ensuing
G. W. Holland, Phl. ID., Past Dictator.
Geo. S. Mower, D)ietator.
M. Foot, Vice D)ietator.
Geo. B. Crotmer, Assistanlt D)ietator.
James F. Kilgore, Reporter.
J. B. Fellers, Fitnancial Reporter.
L. M. Speers, Treasurer.
J. H. M. Kinard, Guide.
WV. WV. Hodges, Chaplain.
E. M. Evans, Guardian,
A. A. Killian, Sentinel.
J. A. Cofield,,M- 1)., Med. Examiner.
D. B. WVheeler, )
M. A. Carlisle, Trustees.
WV. WV. hodges, )
James F. Kilgore, Representative to
M. A. Carlisle, Alternate.
The Lodge and the order is in good
cndition, atnd offers cheap and safe
A t wileeler's Saloon. . ti,
"Christmas is Coming "
('hristia- comit but ro'e :t year.
''h0 i riot a rem:rkahle statement. and
in fUer, we dlo not claim to be accus
tometd tOO making remr -trkab!e statem -nts.
Ever%l o?lv expects to give somebody
el-e a nice p esent, in acCordant-e with
t itne-honored eustom. The children will
expect Santa Claus. T1 he qu.-stion is,
where will the-e nice presents be found
Well, let u- see. There is
the druggist, opposiie the postottice, w ith
a nice Ii tie of Christ inas and New Ye tr
c:ards, in all styles-perfect gems of
beauty-dressing cases, cologne bottles.
vases, and many other novelties that
would make a nice remembrance for
COFIELD & LYoN,
on their grand opening day, last Thurs
d ty, had a g -and rush and inspection of
their tine display of Christmas beauties,
and many were sold. But if you do not
wait till the last mmtnett Toil will still
find there many rice an.1 handsome ar
ticles. The.r store wias, and is yet, a
scene- of loveliness.
tihe jeweler, is next door. IIe has wed
ding rings, and this festive occasion is a
good limne to give your best girl a
diamond. And there are many other
nice things here too. Lovely vases, sil
ver and gold trinkets, watches, and
yes, gold-headed canes. You can cer
tainly find something here to your taste.
SAM. B. JONES,
the confectioner, is next. door. This is
the place for the little folks, for here is
tie veritable old "Sinta," of which they
have heard so much. The rush is so
great that. we (ould scarcely get in to
see what was there. But old Santa is
there, and he is bu-y, but he i< a good
nat ured fellow, with lots of patience, and
will serve all your wants.
As we cross the street we find our
s -lves in
W. E. PELHAM'S.
Yes, in Pelhamn's drug store, and the
s:ence presented to this scribe is too
''utterly utter" for his imagination.
You will have to see Dr. Pelham or Gray
Ellesor for particulars. There is Fort
Sumter and "the old ship," the veritable
"old z-hip,"dre-sing eases,cologne stands
tine cigars, and a 2~> cent counter-just
think of it, a 25 cent Christmas present,
or a :25 one if you like. "You pay your
money and take your choice." This store
is handsome the year round, but pratic
ularly so at this time. -
We said something a moment ago
about the wedding ring. There is
another important matter in this con
nection, and that is the wedding trous
sean, and the place to get this important
appendage is at
3MR. & MRS. T. F. TARRANT'S.
The ladies have already found this
out, and the wonder to this scribe is that
all the young men don't make a mistake
and go here to buy their Prince Alberts
for the clerks are all handsome and
sprightly young ladies. .The married
men all know of this place through their
wives. Well, for all that, it is a charm
ing pdace and the place if you want to
buy a-i.ie'e hat, bonnet or dress, or any
thing in tha.t line.
3MINTER & JAMIESON,
on the corner, are supplied with a nice
line of furniture, carpets, mnattings, dry
goods and notions, and they are selling
them wiay down low down for the cash.
THE NEWBERRY MUSIC HoUSv.
ot Mr. W. WV. Ipark is supplied with
organs and pianos and Mr. Ipark -is
selling them very rapidly, but the sup
ply is inexhaustible.
J. W. CHAPMAN'S
book store,a little furt her up,is not ma' -
lng any big dli-play hut there are here
iany nice books, and who does not love
a nice book, albums and dressing cases.
After you secure your ring andl your
trousseau there is still another important
matter and that is the wedding cake.
The l,lace to secure this is at
Wv. H. PAT'TON's
hakery. And tnot only that but every
body wants a nice cake for Ghristmas
and he can supply you cheaper than
you can yourself and save you the
Just acro<s the street are
MR.S. A. RISER & CO
another place the ladies love, and they
are really selling at cost, and they mean
it. T1his opportumnity will not last lotng,
for on the 1st of January they will dis
solve. Don't neglect this opportunity.
We have not time to miorailze on wasted
opportunities but simply throw out the
We now call up in front of the Court
House, on Mollohon Row, and are amidst
tie many beautiful pictures, books,
albums, gold pens, and other nice things
too numerous to mention, always to be
IU;NT's BOOK STORE.
A nic present can be selected here
withoult any trouble, for everythling is
Next door is the 0old reliable clothing
W Rw(HT & J. W. CopPOcK,
where von can always find the best of
clothing and gents furnishing goods.
And here is the place for your Prince
Albert, young mani, or anything else
handsome that you may need to comn
plete your wardrobe.
If you fail to be suited here, jtust conme
across the street and you will find the
large clothing house of
SMITH & WEARN,
where is kept constantly on hand a large
stock, inm the latest styles, of gents gen
eral furni-hing~ goods. There are so
mnv and such a variety of nice things
here thlat you are obliged to be made
happy before y ou leave the store, and
then make your friend happy wvhen you
D). B WiWHLER'S,
g'.neral merchandise, is not far down
the street, andu here you wvill find( suech
articles as will be valuable to you all the
year round. Groceries, clothing and
B. H. LOVELACE.
has a full line of groceri.-s, canned goods
fruits and many useful articles, and hI
is sellinig them on short profits for thi
M. FOOT, JR., & Co.,
at Foot's old standu, have an large stock o
grocer ies, dry goods. furniture am
clothing. Thuese goods are new, hand
some and( fresh. Trhey are being sold a
remarkably low prices, and it will full:
repay you to irspect them, for if you
you are sure to be pleased. Here, tos
as l1annfarters for"Daisy cigars,' diree
from H11. .S.m+tcel' ):iisy eigar f.e-tory
"... .. RUssELL
sells S cake- of Colgate snap for 25 Cnt-.'
and a lot of other useful and nice things
at proportiontely low prices.
And just acro,s the street is
SALTER'S PHOTOGRAP GALLERY.
where you . an have yourself turned intc
a pretty picture by the instantaneous
process, and wouldn't that be a iicc
present to send your friend ?
SCOTT &' BRO.,
n'xt door to the postoflice, have till.
w::re, stoves, and are prepared to do al
kinds of tin repairing on short notice.
If you are still not satisfied, and mus
have your Christmas toddy,
J. F. WHEELER
sells Redmond's hand-made corn whi.-ky
By reference to the advertiring
columns of the HERALD AND NEWS yoL
will find fuller particulars and a verifi
cation of all that we have said here.
And now to all of our friends and sub.
scribers we send the greetings of the sea.
son, and wish them all a happy Christ.
mtas, and many happy returns of thF
1,00) paperr Royal Engli-h Pins tc
give away in the next 30 days to eac0:
cash buyer of one dollar's worth of ci
goods fr om W. M. WI.soN.
Cut-gla:s Cologne Battles, Work
Boxes, Dressing Cases. Beautiful Vases.
Cups and Saucers, Sachet Bags hand
painted, Sachet Powder. Manicure Sets,
and other beautiful things too numeron
to mention, are selling at cost at Robert
son's Drur Store, opposite the Pos t
Furniture at low prices for sale. Call
on M. Foot, Jr., & Co. tif.
If you want a present of any kind go
or send your order to
9--2 HUNT's Boox STORE.
Rev. Mr. Hanckel, of Abbeville, has
been in town during the week.
Miss Sallie Metts returned last week
from a vi-it to Charleston.
Mrs. L. C. Hunter wi:l go to Charles
ton to-day to spend Christmas visiting
President Julius D. Dreher. Ph. D.,
of Roanoke College, was in Newberry
the last of last week.
Miss Alma Kibler is teaching school
near Silver Street and boarding with Mr.
John A Werts.
Mr. Harry H. Samuels, of New York,
i4 in the city and will spend his Christ
main N ewberry.
Mr. John R. Mathis has gone to Union
to take charge of the telegraph office at
Rev. T. H. LAw, agent for the Amer
ican Bible Society, was in Newberry the
early part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Werber, Jr., of Wash
ingtonl, D. C.. are in the city and will
spend sonme time hiere on a visi; to rel
Our editor's sanctaum had a very
pleasant call on Monday from two
charming youtng ladies of Pro-perity,
Misses Cannon and Wheeler.
Miss Mamie Metts has gone to George
town to attend the marriage of a friend,
and from there she will visit friends in
'lharleston before her return.
Mr. John F. Wheeler and his bride
arrived in Newberry yesterday and have
rooms,at the Newberry Hotel. They
have just returned from a pleasanlt trip to
Col. Isaac Hunt, of Greenville. atnd
Mrs. Hood, of Due West, are in New
berry, called here on account of the
illness of Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Sr.
Miss Agnes Rice of Union has been on
a visit to Mrs. M. A. Carlisle during the
Miss Lizzie Ruff, of the County, has
been visiting relatives in the city during
Come anld let us sell you your presents
ceap, before the rush. 1t is settled
that we lhave the prettiest goods in
town. COFIELD & LYON'S.
M. Foot. Jr.. & Co. have now a com
plete stock of dry goods, boots and
shoes, clothing, furniture, groceries.
et., for sale at prices that cannot be
beaten. . tf.
Hallow, Charlie!i Have you beern
speding the suImmer in Alaska ? Naw,
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn't
Best and completest stock of boots
atd shoes ever offered in Newherry
now on hand at M. Fon., Jr. & Co.'s
The monthly meetingof the County
Teachers' Association will be held al
Prosperity, January 14th, (second Sat
urday.) The session w ill be devoted
to the answering of questions pre
sented by the teachers. Every teache
is requested to bring one or two prae
tical questions relating to difliculties
which he or she may have encountered
n the every day work of the school
oom. These wvill form the basis o
discussion. If convenient please fot
ward the queries to the President a
Prosperity before the day of meeting
If not convenient to do that, briln
them with you to the meeting.
A. S. SH EETz, President.
Miss Fannie Schumpert, of Bush Rive
section, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Anni'
There is a great deal of moving amion
anong someI of the people of this comn
mu n itv.
Mr. Sidney J. Kohn and familiy hav
moed to Prosperity.
Mr. Henry F. Counts will move in th
house lately vacated by Mr. Kohn, thi
Mr. Elmore L. Wessinger, of Lexing
ton Cotuntv. has been elected teacher c
the public school at Wheeler Academ3
The school is ini a prosperous conditior
The farmers are about done piekin
ad( ginning cotton.
Next Sunday will be Christmas. Tlb
children are beginning to talk abot
Snta Claus, and I trust old Santa wvi
isit every one of them.
A couple wedidings are expected b<
fore long, but as yet your corre.aponder
has no invitation to attend.
IF YOU MAKE YC
-FiROM MY V
J;. ? I have un (ndltesti variety of th
the fancy of older heads.
1 invite special attention t
T'o PLEASE BOTH IN QU,
* Our Xmas Stock, which is the mosi
Xmas Cards, Mourchoi Cases. Sachet
Boxes, Writing Desks, Gold Pens and
and Illush. Cabinet Easels, Elegant A
Mirrors, Bronze Pitchers, Bronze Stati
Thermometers, Hand Painted Plaque
Scrap Books, Games, Puzzles, Whisk
Pictures, Fratnes, Bibles, Brackets, W
Xmas Books of every description, etc
Various and All About.
Next Snudav is (hristnas.
The (jovernor offers two rewards-see
notice in this paper.
Mr. L. W. Jones advertises an office
for rent. See hi" notice.
We have been having Christmtras
weather all the we:ek. Rain. mud and
The Lutheran Sunday--school will have
a Christna: tree for the school next
Monday night in the church.
A party of fifteen or twenty negroes
left Newberry Tuesday for Florida.
They were from No. 6 ',,wnship.
The Newberry band has purchased a
new set of instruments. They have
arrived and are now userl by the band.
A thief entered Mr. W. W. Hou=eal's
fowl house on Wednesnmay night, 7th
inst., and took away fiftt en fine chick
ens. No clue to the thief as yet.
We would like for our subscribers
who are in arrears to send along their
little mites due this office, and make the
heart of the editor happy with Christ
The levy for State tax for the next
year has been fixed at 5._ mills. In New
berry County the levy is 5 mills
for County purposes, inclusive of
the 2 mill school tax. The townships
that voted railroad- subscription will be
a little more.
Mr. J. R. Davidson one day la-t week
killed a white swan in Bush River that
measured six feet from tip to tip of
wings . He thought he was shooting at
a wild goose. This is one of the first of
these birds ever seen in Bush River.
Th1R Seniaca correspondent of the
News and Courier under date 17 says: "Mr.
L. M. Speers, of Newberry, has been
here this week putting up a hrandsomne
monument over the graive of Dr. G. W.
Yarborough and encelosing tihe lot with,
a nice iron fence."
Thre Court is still in session here. The
jury was discharged last Wed nesday and
since then tire Judge has been engarged e
in equity business. Thre Court wvill adi
journ to-day or tomorrow.
Tire Christmas Festival will be cele- t
brated at the Ltheran Chrcrh Suntday I
morning at 11 o'clock, with appropriate c
and joyous music, and a sermon by thret
pastor, Rev. W. C. Schaeffer. At nighrt
tbe pastor will preach on "Reflections y
for tire closing year."
The public is invited to these services.
Mr. Proctor Todd's 1:orse was taken t
from th.e stable ont last Wednesday I
nighrt arnd node oir. The stable was c
locked anid tihe lock was broken. A bout I
a bushrel of corn was taken from the loft .3
of the stable. The horse was taken uip
on Thursday by Mr. J. C. Perry at hris
home about two miles from town. It
would seem thrat whroever took it was
only after a ride.
We are told by a young lady friend
that Mr. Sebaeffer preached a most satis
fying sermon last Sunday afternoon at<
tire Helena church about the duties oft
the Christian life. That Mr. Schaeffer'sa
manner was very earnest and his words
impressive-showing "how sweet it is to:
be a Chrristian." She expressed the I
hope that Mr. Schraeffe~r might h.a per
mitted soon again to preach att Helena. I
. We still have left, some pretty Xma:s
Cards. All prices.
I t COFIELD & LYoN's.
Look Out for Smanrta Claus.
It is a source of pleaanre to visitt
Pelam's Drug Store juist now and ex
amine iris extenrsive arrayv of elegant
Christmas Goods. Better still, is to
buy thierm att the close figurres asked:
for them. The stotck cotmprises Finet
Colognes, Comb arnd Brushr Sets, Cunps
and Saucers, Work Boxes, Writing
Desks. Christmas Cards, Pretty Vases,
and a hrundred other suitable articles as
a Chtristmras present. nf
Beaurtiful Boxes Paper art
tf J. W- CHAP3MAN'S.
ART MATERIAL, ART MATERIAL. I
Minter & Jamrieson
Have a large stock of Clothing ott
hand whichr they are going to close un
by tire 14t of .Janua:ry, regarrdless of
prices. Call and see threm. Th'ley wvill
sell you a Suit 25 per cent. chreapter than
ary one else. S
S tatfour.Ps Inks are best. for sale at
tf J. WV. CHIAP3AN's
WVrighrt & J. W. Coppock hrave got a
big stock artd thtey are going to sell it
or give it away. Mark this. tf.
Pictutres, Pictrure- Tire prettiest yout
ever saw, at
tfi J. \V- CUHA PMA N'S.
Fo.r a line or cheap Dressing Case call
on S. B. Jonres. iIe enn tiurni.h youn
ary style at a ,mall cost. t f
Hay Fever, col1ds in tire hread, htoarse
ness, sore throat and mouth, are quickly
cured by Canradiarn Catarrh Cure. It
neer fails. Try it anrd be convinced.
For sale by P. Robertsonr, Drruggist,
Newbrry, S. C.. and Catnadian Catarrh
Cure Co.. Manunfactrerrs and Proprie
tors, Atlanta, Ga. aim.
tMy stock of Toys is aboutt complete.
Come onte. comre all, young. middle-aged
a nd old, and see an endless varietyof
novelties. S. B. JONES.
tCall at Wrightt & J. W. Coppock's and
get a better shroe titan you cart buy else
JOYS WILL BI
its a Conf
JELL - SELEC
ngs to make glad the hearts of tlh
> these Christmna
ULITY AND PRICE.
T TSBOK ST<B
(OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.)
nent! Very I
beautiful and varied ever broug
Ba'gs, Fine Toilet Cases, Cuff and
Pencils, Pen Wipers, Xmas Static
lbums all sizes and prices, Frene
ites, Card Receivers, Ink Stands, I
s, The Poets in Seal, Russian ar
Broom Holders, Ladies' Satchels,
all Pockets, Steel Engravings, Past
maDon't forget to give us a call
OUR PROSPERITY LEIER.
Mr. George Maylield, of Greenville, is
i.iting his si-ter, Mrs. Mamie Birge.
The Mi-se- Young, who have been
pending several months in this County,
ave returned to their home in Coweta
The scarcity of poultry and eggs in
itr market has caused an advance in
rices which has not been exceeded for
Miss Lizzie IIipp, of Columi!,i, and
liss Jennie -Corley of Dyson's, are the
:nests of Mrs. W. H. Dickert and Mrs.
V. B. Spence.
Our clerks will all enjoy Christmas
his year. The stores will all be closed
a Christmas day-the first in a number
f years-it comes on Sunday.
1'he Leg;slatcure has increased the levy
f State tax f rom 4: mills to 5J mills
ig thing this? It may be "fun for the
oys, but it is death to the frogs."
Mr. J. F. Wheeler and party, on the
vening of his marriage and the evening
.fter, passed through town in a carriage
riving four in hand. The marriage bell'
till continue to ring. More to follow.
By the way Mr. Editor, I am not a fine
:ramarian, by any means, but I hav
.n utter abhorence to the use of a per
onal pronoun instead of an article. Lasi
veek you made me say "them old veter
ns." when I said, "the old veterans."
We are real glad that the Legislature
ias passed the "pension bill." The State
>f South Carolina owes something to her
aimed, indigent old soldiers, and in our
umble opinion this pension bill will fill
he demands and necessities of these dis
bled and needy soldiers much bettei
han a "home." Many who are in need
ill accept of a pension, who on account
f family ties and relations, would not
onsent to go to a "home."
Every body is preparing and getting
eady' for Christmas. Our stores are
hock full of every thing to tempt all
inds of desires and tastes, of all kInds
fpeople. Santa Claus is heavy laden
nd must dispose of all his wares. Apro
os to this there will be a Christmas
ree in the primary department of Pros.
erity High School on Friday night
ne at St. Peters' (Piney-woods) on Sat.
rday-one at Mt. Pilgrim on Saturday
tight-and on Friday evening hot sup.
er and Christmas tree at Mit. Tabor.
Ve ike Christmats trees in common and
unday. Schools. They are conducive
o much love and happiness, and ii
roperly managed and conducted, not
'uly give much real enjoyment, but im
ress many important truths on thE
oung minds which time never oblite
ates. Christ is onr great Christast
We are having a real, jolly good timE
t our home now-it's hog killing time.
'og killing time," you know, is a pro.
ebial expression, and is synonymous
rith real, good, substantial, enjoyablE
casions. The fruits of hog-killing
nes are somewhat varied; for instance,
v have pudding, and sausage, an'
ouse and chitterlings, and spare rib,
nd last, but not least, saur kraut and
ack-bone. Oh ! delicious eating. A
'oung lady would say, 'it is just lovely!
n addition to these things Mrs. Y. ani
he girls are busy preparing the fruit.
ake, marble-cake, jelly-cake, looking
!tr the Christmas turkey, and various
*t ceteras. Everything is moving or
appily and serenely, and I have an ides
hat it is going to last-it usually does al
nr house. I have heard nothing of thE
yllabub yet; it is in the back ground.
md I am afraid it is going to remair
here, as Mrs. T. aint much syllabubist
.d egg-nogish; but we are going t<
tave a real good time anyway. I gol
aself into trouble when I went to saLll
own the pork. I got hold of the granu
ated sugar instead of salt and was ap
lying it vigorously, when the m idaxm
lazed out "why, Yube, what in th<
or'ld are you doingy" '-Salting thi:
ork, to be sure. said I." "No, indeed
ou're nor,-that's sugar you've got."
:asted and found that it ws.s sugar, sur<
moughu. "Wash oft' that sugar at once
why 'm surprisedl at your stupidity,'
said Mrs. T". I said "no, let it go, wi
ave not had any sugar-cured hams in
ong time." She agreed, and the trou
ale was all over. And now, a merry
cappy Christmas to everybody, andl es
pecially to readers of the IJFERALD AN]
NEws,and to y ou,Mr. E ditor,come dowi
nd enjoy a real good Dutch Christina
linner with us. I don't believe that any
body can really- appreciate a Christmna
linner like an old soldier who rememi
bers his Christmas dinners in '01, 'G2
'i3 andI '61. They all want revenge.
1. S. Russell
Sells S cakes of Colgate Soap for 2
ents ; Crockery ware, Glassware, Lamps
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valizes
and a general stock of Dry Goods an
Groceries. All low down for cash-giv
hix a trial amn(l be convinced. Samtisfa<
tion guaranteed. t f.
Everyone should see Wright & J. 'A
Coppok's Underwear before pu rcha:
ing; it is as comfortable as ornamenta
This is saying mutch, but 'tis true. tf.
Henry E. Banknight and J. Will Smnit
respectfully ask their friends wheni
the city to call on them at M1. Foot. Jr
"Little Folks" as well as to ptea.
s Goods. 1 STRIV
,. B. JONES.
.oowest Prices ! I
lit to this market, consists in part
Collar Boxes, Shaving Cases, Wo
nary, Picture Frames in Bronze, Oa
l Glass Mirrors in oak, Tripleca
aper Weights, Hand Mirrors, Fan(
d Bamboo Bindings, Lap 1able
Match Safes, Music Cases, Bann
elI Paintings, Tioy Books, Handson
When making your Xmas purchase
Installation of Rev. W. C. tchaCire
On last Sunday mornimg a large cc
gregation was present at Luther Chai
to witness the impressive ceremonies
connection with the installation of Rev.'
C. Schaeffer. as pastor of the Luther
church at this place. The exerci=e w
conducted by Rev. Dr. Holland, of Ne
berry College, and Rev. Dr. Hawki
editor :of the Lutheran Visitor. R
Mr. Schaeffer and the officers of t
church occupied front seats.
The sermon was preached by Dr. Ha
kins, editor of the Lutheran Visit
He took as his text 1st Thes., 5th chap
and 12th verse. As introductory he.spc
of the wonderful perfection with whi
God works in the laws of nature.
every detail there is wonderful adaptati
and harmony, from the falling of a sp
row even to the moving of worlds in th
orbits. In the bible alone, God reve
himself to man, and in the work of gr
he has the assistance of man, in work
out God's eternal purpose in the sal
vation of his soul. To St. Paul was gi'
the task of revealing to man the details
Christian work. In the text he menti<
but one of the multitudinous combinati<
that God has inaugurated to carry on
work, that of pastor and people. A
whenever he touches upon this critical a
finely adjusted relationship he seems to
animated with a deep sense of the delica
of the question, and to catch a new
spiration. A great deal depends on t
relation in the development of the p]
of salvation. A mutual responsibil
exists between pastor and people. 'I
people must know the pastor in his wo
in his teachings, his doctrines-atte
upon his ministry and follow his leads
Must esteem him, his office, his cau
Innw him in his wants, his troubles a
his responsibilities. If you do this, a
he does his duty, the purpose of God,
this relationship, will be carried out. 'I
pastor is not to have all the religion of i
congregation, and do all the praying a
The sermon throughout was full of gc
advice to the congregation.. At the cl<
of the sermon, Rev. Dr. Holland, acco:
ing to the ritual of the Lutheran chur<
installed the pastors and delivered i
charge to him. Dr. Holland said I
pastor was to be the good shepherd
his flock, and should ever keep bef<
him the perfect ideal, ever striving to
more perfect. He may never reach i
perfect ideal of the Good Shepherd, I
by having before him the perfect ide
and striving to reach it, he 'would
more efficient in his labors.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, for the congregati<
answered that Rev. W. C. Schaeffer 1I
been duly elected pastor and had accept<
Rev. Mr. Schaef'er then presented hims
before the altar and was installed.
Mr. Schaeffer comes to Newberry fri
Richmond, Va., and has been here ab<
a month. He is an excellent preac]
and is attracting large cp'ngregations
all his services. We hope le may fi
Newberry a pleasant field in which
At the Episcopal Church in Ne
berry, on Tuesday December 20, 18
Mr. M. F. Heller, of Kingstree, to M
Carrie Simmons, sister of Mrs. R.
Lyon, of our town, by the Rev. W.
December 1.5, 18', by Rev. J1. Ha
kins, D. D., Mr. Charles T. Paysing
and Miss Florence Dennis, young
daughter of J. H. Denn is, all of Ne
Mr. Gary Coleman died at his ro<
here on Tuesday, December 20, 18
aged about 30) years. His rema
were taken to his home in Edgefin
County for burial.
Mrs.-W. H. Hunt, Sr., the wife
Gen. W. H. Hunt, who had a strc
of paralsysis about ten days ago, d
at her home in Newberry on T1uesc
morning. She was buried at Re
mont cemetery yesterday afternoon
PosT OFFiCE, NEWRERRv, S.
List of letters unclaimed and adverti
Adams. .Tohn C., Gns,Eia
Adams. Sallie. re,Mr,
Aderson, Isaae. Hnrx,C ~
Anderson, George, Hri,Ms .c.
Allewine, W. F,, Hgis uy
Bam. Dr. J. P.. Myr,Rbc,
Brown, Thomas, oe,.N,
Boone, ID. M.. Pni,Ay
Bogden, Cufi Pit, ,ly
Carter, Harriert. Pp,Mria
Cowrets. Sophi i ora,, ad,
Cates, Robert, Snltn ere
Edwards. Mrs. Nora.,mes &aid
Franklin, W. P., ~eta,Knp
Fair. Rev, G. J. -nlsBle
Flanigan, Mitlton, \ngn .
Grant, J. C,. V kn.Aie
Gleun, P.A V.Grllme, Many,B
ESHarBEr. . .
Mothers hy ayer ebutchil,
wearingout so Myotes, N
can go to rig ni. , A. my,apo
and gt ther po umminer,tialnd
Glenns P. A. Wl.e MamPeAE.
Thisos wllingeforvese leter f wlli iplo
".ladtha the weadrte fod:1 o
C alke.'ritre E.n mi. HkE:BRT,P t
others,li ofhi s abnto.ut cild
learin tou say thany ohes, prvien
and iet thenr, ooplareindestcbe
thCongpeoFlne mknvelopeq t
(lTiO ohis lp-bly od flon isiom
lan The hartoe oFaly andbyos
ChapkemThre's Bo Sitor ae aborty
Wesrcei bs.oie eey oa
SMITH & V
THE LEADERS OF FASHION
Have just received their SECO
SHOES AND HATS.
These goods wer2 bought at
y- ASTOMSINIGLY LO\V PRICES !1
- and will be sold accoi
Our Line of Overcoats
Full line of Shoes of all Grades
of Gents' Fine Shoes a Specialty.
-k WILL TELL; therefore if you wa
at LOW PRICES give us a call.
8'StroP & B
-SDIITIL & W]EA]
2s, B. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
HAVE ON HAND 'AND AN
*--A COMPLETE ]
a DRY GOODS,
ng lats, Boots a:
en -- ALSO, EVERYTHI
>G R O C ER~
I would call special attention to
nd SELECTED STOCK OF
d Ladies' Dress Go<
,c Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves. I
in- -ASK TO SEE
i Fine Dress Shoe
e In fact we have the MOST COMPLETE :
rk, KIND ever offered in the City.
nd I would be pleased to have you call and e
ig. sure IT WILL BE TO YOUR ADVANTA
se. tention and as low prices and honest goods
rd Don't forget the place
rd -For we want to see y'
n Yours to ple
he D. B.1
N. B.-Messrs. T. G. WILLIAMS, W. E
od MAN can be found at my store' ready to s
se lent line of goods.
hDh ON 'T:-:F
WIE ARE NEXT DOOR TO'l
-WHERE YOU C
4 8TOVIE8 AND 8TO
ier~ Stove Pipe Alwa'
~Tin Shop Work Done
SRIGS,IJ DUU88WIJl LND
ONE 90011 IHM P. .,
ke __WILL SELl
d CAL L:-:BEFOR E:
YOU. WILL SA
'B9OTS AND SHOES
~ ND I HILL LINE OF GOO9S KE
ad- For the inhabitants ofthe United
ol SHOES a specialty for Gents, Ladies, Cl
at DI8PORTBS a
AD LIW PRIJI,
ND PURCHASE of
Cannot Be Beat.
and Prices. Ladies' and
QUALITY -and PRICE
nt RELIABLE GOODS
'os FINE CLOTHING
ZEIGLER BROS .' FIN E Si OES
ale ONLY BY US.
and $4.00 SHOES.
LtN , ''he Newberrv C1ohcrs,'
BUY s iJ
[ RECEIVING DAILY
'G IN THE
my NEW AND WELL
Jollars, Laces, Etc. <
for Ladies. -J
INE OF SHOES OF EVERY :
xamine my entire stock, as I am
GE. I guarantee polite atten
as any house in the city.
CARWILE and POPE COLE
how their my friends an excel -
. -D. B. W.
~I1 POST OFFIICE,
VE R EPAIft,
8 A SPECIALTY.
~t Short Notice.
PT IN I VARIETY STORE. '
SS, SHOES, ~
States and Canada'! Fine
iidren and Infants.
r BIA, S.