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Local and Special.
BAFTIST-Rev. C. P. Scott, pastor. preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:,o p. 'n. Sun.
tiny school at 3:30 p. in.. Mr. . B. Carwile
Superintentient. Prayer neting Wednesday'
at 7:3t) p. m. -
LUTHERAN-Rev. W. C. Schasffer. pastor.
Preachiar next Suntay by the pas: or. at 11
a. in and 7 15 p. in. Sunday Sehool at 3:30 p.
in . Dr. W. Gustave Ilouseal, r ul erintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:15 p. in.
METHODIST--Iev. J. L. stokes. pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a in. and 7:15
p. m. Sunday school at 4 p in.. Mr. John W.
Chapman. Superintendent. Prayer meeting
A. R. PitEsETTERIAN-Rev. E. P. McC;intock.
pastor. Service nexc Sunday by the pastor
at 11 a. in. Sundav school at 9:30 a. in., Air 31.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer uteeting
Wednesday at 7:16 p. in. 5li-sionary Society
Wednesday at ' p. in., Mrs. C. 3lower. Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tuesday at 5 p. in.. Mrs. C.
Ei:scOPALt-Rev. W. 11. Hanckel. rector.
Service by the rector every third Snd?y at
1' a. in. and 4:10 p. in Lay reading by Mr. N.
11. Mazvck at 11 a. ra.
PREs1YTEaIAN-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. in. Sunday school at 3:30 p. in., Air. W. E
Pelhamn, Superintendent. Praert meeting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. in.
Ott to W'ashington.----"
Mr. James F. Kilgore, who stood the
ex tiunination before the Civil Service
Commi-sion in Columbia a short time
ago has received notice of an appoint
ment in the Treasury Departnett, with
instructions to report for duty at once.
Mr. Kilgore will probably leave to-day.
IIe gets a salary of 8900 a year.
My stock of Toys is about complete.
Cotie one, coie all, young. middle-ag..d
and old, and see an endltss variet} of
novelties. S. B. JONES.
Minter & Jawiie,on.
Have a large stock of Clothing on
hand which they are going to Close otit
by the It of January, regardless of
prices. Call and see them. They will
sell you a Suit 25 per cent. cheaper than
any one else. 21
Rev. J. D. Iluggins will preach iii the
Baptist Church at the Factory ntext
Sntida' evening at 7 o'clock.
Rev. T. H. Leitch, accompanied by
Mr. Marshall. will begin a series of
ineetitg: at Trfhity M. E. Church near
Silver Street, next Sunday norning.
The meeting will probably last for sev
The cotiunion service will be cele
brated at the Lutheran Church on Sun
day morning and at the night service
the, pastor, Rev. W. C. Schaeffer, will l
preach a sermon appropriate to th. New
Best and completest stock of boots
and shoes ever offered in Newherry
now on hand at M. Foot, Jr. & Co.
Beautiful Boxes Paper at
if J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
The Band of Hope
At the Factory will have a Christmas
tree on next Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock that being tIle regular meeting
night. On the next Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o'elock, beitng the second Tuesday
in Januatry, there will also be a Christ
mias tree for the Batnd of Hope at the
A. R. P. Church. These trees nt Ill be
got ten tip tinder the suiperrision of Mrs.
C. Mower, the President of the New
berry W. C. T. U., and will no doubt
h.a enjoyed b*y the little ones.
s M. Foot. Jr., &: Co. have now a comn
plete~ stock of dry goods, boots and
shoes, clothing, furniture, groceries,
ete., for sale at pirices that cannot be
Hallow, Charlie ! Have you been
speiniig the summer in Alaska? Naw,
been to Wright & Coppocela; couldn't
Our Little Onae. and4 the Nursery
For December gives its tusual quiota of
good things, and something more in
happy glimpses of holidays to whitch the
-little people are look-mg forward with
great ex pectat ions. These stories and
pictures will go straight to the juvenile
heart, and set young ears lisening for
the first tinkle of bells denoting the ap
proach of beloved Sainta Claus. This
beautiful mointhly has its corps of spe
cial writers and artists: and all it con
tains iL freshly gotten tup #ith care to
p!ease and cultivate the class for whom
it is designied. Russell Publishing Co.,
30 Brooniield St., Bo.iton, Mausa.
At Wheeler'I Saloon, tf.
Mothers, why fuss about chiildren
wearing out so muany clothes, when you
cani go to Wright & J. W. Coppo)ck's
an d get their popuilar indestructible suits
for so small a sum. ti.
Congess ine nvelpesat
t f , J. W. CH APMAN'S.
[ Mrs. J. S. Wy lie, of Columbia, is visit
S ing Mrs. Y. J. Rope.
M iss Grace Jones is si,iitg relatives
Miss Lizzie Grifli has retuned from
a vsit to Edgetield.
Mr. Claret.e-e M'.Fall, of A4nder-oin, is
vi-iting friends ini New berry.
Mr. F. Ant Salt, of 'Texas, is visit
i g his fat er, Dr. T. A. S tIe.
Hon. Hf. F. Wiisotn and wife, of Sunm
ter, are visiting Rev. J. S. Cozhy.
Miss Paitra Sith,. of Spartanbuirg, is
visiting Miss Bera Leavell.
Mrs. Clark, of Colorado, i- vi-iting hier
sister, Mrs. A. P. Pifer.
Dr. W. K. Grittin. of E agetieldlCoutty,
is visiting his brother, Mr. B. F. Gr:tin.
Miss Lizzie Chial mers is on a visit to
relatives and frien Is in Abbe.ville
County. . .
Misses Mary aind Corrie Kiniard, of
D. 0. Hierhert, E-q., arrived i.: New
berry last Friday and wvill p..nd several
days here. He now heas hieadq:uarters ini
D.A P.Jtloustn and family, of
S Anderson, have beent spening the
Christnmas w.'ith Mr. Silas Johinstonme's
Mr. L. E. Caston, of ('heraw. is
spending a few days tjais week with his
many friends in New berry. He came up
i;o attend the marriage of Mr. HIolmnes
7 an? i iss Mamis McCaught in.
Stafford's Inks are best for sa le at
t J. Vi- -HAPMAN'S
Wright &~ J. W. Coppock have got a
big stock and- they are going to sell it
Qr give it awasw Mark is. tf
Various and All About.
Next Monday is sale day.
Next Sunday is the first day of the
Six milch cows wanted. See notice
See sale of personal property adver
tised in this issue.
There will be a hep at the Crotwell
Hotel this evening.
Our merchants have all had a good
trade for Christmas, despite the rain and
Quite a number of marriages are re
ported dio ing the past few days.
The schools u ill begin work again
The Sunday-sclool at Chappells had a
Chri-tnmas tree for the children on Sat
The stores at Chappell;, Ninety-Six
and Greenwood, were closed on Mon
Judge Fellers give?. notice to gnardian;,
tru-tee-, executors and administrators,
to file their return;.
Mr. Pope N. Crouch, of Columbia,
has rented the Newberry Hotel and will
take ch irge about the 1st of January.
The Methodist Sunday-school at the
factory had a Chri;tni ts tres on last
Saturday for the children.
The Christm-t tree at the Lutheran
Chureh on Monday night was ei-i yed
by the little folks.
Next year is the leap year and the
young ladies will open the season early.
Arrangnemnts are being made to have
a leap year party at the residence of
Co!. R. B. Ly.n's on next Monday
Mr. W. A. li'l, of Saluda, made an
assigntnent for the benefit of his credi
tors on the 7th of this month. Mr. J. R.
1rw in, of Citappells. is the assignee.
Liabilities, about $,200 and the assets
about. $6,000. There was a meeting of
creditors held here ye:terday.
La-t night, at the residence of Mr. R.
L. McCanghriu, the bride's father. Mr.
0. MeR. Holmes, of Wilmington, N. C.,
and Mis< Mamiw McCaughrin were mar
ried by Rev. J. S. C(zby. The marriage
was a quiet one on account of the recent
death of Mr. McCaughrin's sister, none
but the bridal party and the family
being invited. Mr. Holmes has been in
the cotton business here for several
seasons. His bride, Miss Mamie, is one
of our most chirmning and accomplished
The following were the attendants:
Jno. M. Kinard andj Miss Mattie
McCa ughrin; Silas McCaughrin and Miss
Fannie Baxter; Andrew McCants and
Miss Katie Rutherford; D. 0. Herbert
and Miss Mamie Holbrook; R. H. Wearn
and Miss Julia Kennedy; L. E. Caston
and Miss Clarkie Cotlwan.
Stop at Sam Jones' and see his elegan
line of Christmas Cards-from 5ets to
$6.00 in price. tf
J. S. R uael
Sells 8 eakes of Colgate Soap for 23
eents; Crockeryware, Glassware, Lamps,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Vaiises ;
and a general stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries. All low down for cash-give
him a trial and be convinced. Satisfac
tion guaranteedl. if.
Henry E. Bauknight and J. Will Smith
respectfully ask their friends when in
the city to call on them at M. Foot, Jr..
Christmas in Newberry.
Last Sunday morning was cloudy and
looked at one time as .: it would rain.
In the afternoon it cleared away and the
indlicat ions were for elear weather and
sunshine. Despite the gloomy outlook
and the muddy streets many Newber
rians attended church, and the congre
gations were very good at all the
At the Lutheran Chum:h the pastor,
Rev. W. C. Schaeff~er, preached a ser
mone appropriate to thle day, in the fore
noon, layiung stress on the fact that this
of all days was a day of gifts and one
on which we should be joyous and espe
cially so as it was commemorative of the
greatest gift of God to man that of his
Son amnd the Savior of the world.
At the Baptist Church Re~v..C. P.
Scot t, the pastor, preached in the morn
ing upon the theme of the birth of
Christ and its significance to man.
At the Methodist Church Rey. J. L.
Stokes, the pastor, preached a sermon
from lhe same passage of Scr ipture as
Rev. Scott. "Unto you this day is given
a Saviour'' etc.
Rev. Dr. A xson, of Savannah,preached
in the Presbyterian Church, not special
ly a Christmas sermon, but during thme
service spoke (i the birth of Christ and
Rev. E. P. McC-intock, of the A. R.
P. Church, preached in the morning a
sermon appropriate to Christmtas day,
and the Sabbath-school held an exercise
by the Busy Bee Society, it being the
quarterly opening of envelops. There
were re~citatior. by the children and ad
dresses of encouragement by Rev. E. P.
MfcClintock and M. A. Carlisle Esq.
In thme af ternoon at the Baptist Church
a special Christmas service was held in
the Sunday behool. in whuich were recita
tionis by tihe children, etc.
The Preibyterlan Sunday School also
did awaiy with the regular lesson and
had short ta ks on Chri<tmas from Dr.
W. E. Pelh:emn, the Superintendent,
Rev. J. S. Cozby, the p>astor, and Mr.
Oscar E. Johnson, of Sumumerville,
The other Sunday-school< hail the
WAe prelume ti usuatl Christ mas tur
key was ci by. after church in many
happy homes in Ne wber ry.
Pictures, P'ietare.! The pretist you
ever saw, at
tf J W. CH APMAN'S.
For am tine or eapnr Dresming Case call
on S. B. .Joiies. ile canm tiuriih von
aniv style at a small coe.t
(Chrit was is coiming ! That yon a)
know, hut them e is onec thing you don't
know, andii that is. you can buy Dressing
Cases, Wovrk Boxes. Cmtglass Bot tles of
Cologne~. Fine Vases and Christmas
Cards very cheap, at Robertson's Di ug
Store, opposite time Post Office. tf
Raisenis, N uts, Currants and Cltrou,
fre-h and c.p, at
ti 8. B. JONEs'.
Wright & J7. WV. Coppock's line of
G'nt's Neck Wear is just awfnlly nice.
That is what the laudies sa', i. e., the
best lookimng ones, ti.
Furnitumre at low prices for sale. Call
no1 M, FnOt. Jr.. & Co. t f.
Mecsrs. E. H. LongShore, S. E. Ser
and G. L. Clamp, of Township No.
made a jointexperiment in the natu
of a contest in cotton planting during t
past year. They planted 7 acres eac
and agreed to give a $6 prize to the 01
raising the largest amount of seed cott<
on the land planted. They did not co
fine themselves to any special brand
fertilizers, but each u,ed w hat ianur
Messrs. Senn and Clamp were so ne:
together in the amount of cotton pr
duced by each that they divided tl
prize between them. The lpriz-: w:
paid for by the three contestants.
The following is the record of ti
amount raised by each man
Names. Tirne of Pounds of
Planting. seed (otto
Longshore, April 15, 1,77t
l'iarn, May1,:, 2,6~
''he fo'lowing shows the amount
fertilizer used, and the cost of the sam
E. H1. LoNGIm('ao:.
2sks. OwI Brand Guano c S2.75...................
I sack of Acid........... .. .................... I
20 bushels cotton seed n& 12'.. ets..............2.
( loads stable manure and'4 loads of Imue
fromn the woods.
1 sack of A cid ............................................ 1.
I sack Kain,it ........................................... 1.
I sack Owl Itrand Guano........................... 2.
12 btshels cot ton seed a. 122.,cts.............. 4.
:(0) pounds cotton seed meal............... 2.
loads stable manure and 2 loads lot mnanur
G. L. ('LA?MP.
O pound "G m' Guano..........................'i.i
:5 busiiPls cotton'seed er 12-,ets...............:1.12
'. load cow lot manure.
I Those handsome Family Bibles
Chapman's Book Store are very lo
A large supply of school books iu
received at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
School Books at lowest prices, at
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., made an a
dlress before the Helena Sunday-scho
Dn Christmas afternoon, and at once ei
listed the sympathetic attention of tf
clildren by a touching allusion to tl
wonderful star that shed its effulget
light and glory upon the surprised shel
herds, and to the song of the angels :
the birth of the Saviour. He then dwe
bri-fly upon the incident in the templ
when at.the age of twelve, and agai
when He confounded the smart que.
tioner as to 'tribute to C:esar,' by IF
incisive and unlooked for answer. Ti)
image of the 'coin was the impressit
teature of his discourse, and from whic
is a text he preached a vigorous littl
3ermon, telling the children that, ina:
much as they are made in the image <
-o4l, they must render Him that whic
is His due; and as He went about doin
rood, so likewise must they; and not'b
;atistied only that our friends should I
kintd to us and say pleasant things of u.
we iust go forth to reet them in lik
manner. We must abandon our indi
rerent ways; and like the defaced an
tarnished coin which is restored to it
riginal brightness by the mint, can w
be restored to the purity of the origina
etc. His illustrations were very forcibb
is they were also happily interwove!
Particularly pleasing was the legend<
3t. Christopher. This notice is hurrie
Lnd incomplete. A better notice won]
lave been the sweet compliment of
tittle girl: "Mr. Cromer stopped to
Mrs. Janies M1. Bowers, with hei' a<
:ustomed liberality and love for th
:hildren, gathered them all in her homn
it Helena last Friday night for thel
isual annual banquet. It was a joyom
n(rry group of juveniles of both sexes
-anging from six to sixteen, and it looke
ike there might have been sixty of 'err
f you include several that were hard o
:o 60-the "boys''; the ladies were al
roung and p rtty-rose-buds in variou:
ttages of development, with a sprinli
ing of violets. Well, Mr. Bowers,i
>rder to do his part on the pleastant ocem
don, had enlarged his house so as t
iecommodate the expandling force of jt
venile exuberance. The supper? It wa
i rich repast. And those who like tast4
atl display and a pleasing variety c
;oothsomne dainties, were gratified.
A negro boy, 12 or 15 years old,
mandlling a clip of gun powder, droppe
Sspark of fire in it, and the powde
lasheud in his face, severely burning hi
~yes and face. His eyes are very badl
aurned. andl probably he will lose hi
A negro, George Lee, who lives on Mrs
HecKellai 's place, was standing with hi
eft hand on the muzzle of his gun whe
t accidentally went off, taking oft' tw
ingers and badly injuring a third.
We heard of two or three other a<
~idents with guns and powder f rot
areless handling, but were unable t
earn particnlars. None serious, so fr
is we could learnm.
The publIc school at John's Academ
Lex'-mgton County) will open ist Mor
lay in January. Rev. J. F. Kiser ha
>een elected teacher.
Mrs. El'ztbeth D. Seybt and daughte:
Kiiss Ida, are spending the Christmt
iolidays with relatives ini Greenville.
The services of Pastor Hallman hav
>een largely in dlemand during the las
A'eek or tw'o, in answer to the calls<
EIymen. For' par'ticulars see the "mal
liage corner" of this paper. Th'lere ar
nore to follow. Y. F.
I have added a restaurant to my bus
iess :,t the old stand of Wheeler Bros
>n Main Street. Meals at all hours<
:he day. Oysters. Ham and Eggs, Fis
tnd in fact every' thing kept in a tir:
~lass restaurant. Give mue a call-prict
o spit the times. In my absence M
3ary Coleman will see that you am
ti. ,IOUIN F. WHEELER.
W right & .J. W. Coppock's is the plat
:o get your Clot hing, if you want to gi
:he worth of your monley, tf.
Remembler that Wright & J. WV. Col
jock give a discount of ten per een
!rom regular prices on atll cash sales. ti
Hay Fever, colds in the head, hoars<
n~ess, sore thbroat and mouth, at e quick]
eumred by Catnadian Catarrh Cure.
ne-eer fail-. Trv it and be convincee
For sale by P. Robertson, Druggis
Newberry, S. C., and Canadian Catari
C'mre Co., Manufacturers andl Propri
tors, Atlanta, Ga. sm.
1,009 papers Royal Englidi Pinst
give away in the next 30 days to ea<
eash buyer of one dollar's worth of dl
gond fnim W. M_ WLSON.
OUR PROSPERITY LETTER.
6, Ctndidate Mfonroe J.Epting of New
re berry Theological S-minary, will preach
e in Grace Church on Sunday, January 1.
Number of bales of co-tton sold for
i'the week. ending Tuesday. Dec. 2Sth,
n 310; against 36S last week. Total nun
ber of bales to date, 7413.
Mis "Belle" Cannon of the New
Chapel sect ion, is the guest of the Mi-ses
r MIis Hattie Well, of Newberry, is
visiting friends and relatives in town.
Messrs Ed. W. and Walter H. Bland,
of John-ton'- are visiting their sisters,
Mrs. Kate Schumpert and Miss Emma
Miss JanieGibson and brother. Eli,ba,
. of Edgelield, are vii:ing friends anl
relatives in town.
The rains on Saturday left the streets
>f and sidewalks in a fearful cor.dition for
pedestrians, still the Christmas services
in Grace Church were well attended,
both morning and evening.
Misses Sallie Langford, Mary Boyd
and Messrs E b. Boyd. V. Y. Boozer and
J. P. Wheeler have laid aside their col
i lege books for awhile, and -ire spending
their Christmas holidays under their re
spective parental roofs.
Tile excessive rains o-: Saturd.ay last,
knocked the bottom clean out of the
Chri=tmas trade for that day. The mer
chants, however, are rtj,icing over the
heavy trade of the previous days of the
f week, and every budy is happy and se
' The Prosperity Dramatic Club will
give an entertainment in the Academy
building on Friday night, Dec. 30. The
programme for the evening will be, 1st,
Drama in two acts, entitled, "The Last
Loaf". 2nd Tableaux-Ten.-ysont's
]- Dream of "Fair Woman", and Pocahont
tas. Programme is interspersed with
t- music on piano and violin. Let every
e body come and bring their quarters.
e Thre entertainment will be worth the
t money, and we cannot tell how much
t The Christmas tree for the primnary
It department of Prosperity High School
e was a brilliant success, under the dis
I cretion and management of Miss Carrie
Aull, and every little heart was made to
5 beat with joy. By a special request of
e the manager there were no expensive
e presents on the tree, hence all received
h presents at nearly the same value.
e The tree at Mt. Pilgrim for Mr. S. J.
Wheeler's school was a massive one. It
seemed that as the clouds were unload
h ing their immense sheets of water old
Santa Claus stopped at Mt. Pilgrim and
e disposed of his entire stock of wares
e then and there-5S3 presents being put
on and taken off the tree. Notwith
e standing the heavy rains the children
- and those who are not children, were
t there in full force. Who can fathom the
S depths of joy in the hearts of the
At a regular cominuriicat ion of Pros
'perity Lodge, No. 113, A. F. M., the fol
lowing officers were duly called to serve
d for the ensuing Masonic year: A B.
Alls .M.; R. J. Stoudemayer, S. WV.;
J. A. Rikard, J. W.; R. T. C. Hunter
SSecretary, and N. H. Young Treasurer.
After the closing of the Lodge, Col. A.
H. Wheeler, the retiring W. M., fturnish
ed a delicious oyster suipper. Many
r A very pleasant affaiir came ofi' at the
:residence of Rev. J. C. Boyd's yesten
,day.,(Tuesday.) What was intended as a
LI treat for the Children's Missionary So
,ciety of Prosperity Church, culminated
a in the meeting not only of the children,
I but of a majority of the older members
s of the congregation, and a meeting of
-the Sessions. Everybody br<,ught. their
a basket fill of good edibles an d delicious
- things. The heart of the p)astor was
o made glad and thme hearts of the
-people beat in unison. "How pleas
s ant for brethren to. dwell together in
f Well, Christmas is not vet over at our
house. - This week everything about the
kitchen has been hurry and flurry.
Poitnd cakes, jelly cakes, cocoanut
a cakes and various other cakes have been
baked and iced and trimmed :ni delicate
r ice tlowers and fringes and laces, and
s turkeys and chickens are all killed and
i dressed, and others roasting; the rooms
s put in order; parlor and mantels put in
best shape, the lamps all trimmed and
.filled-in a word, the wedding ring has
.s been purchased, the fatted calf killed,
i and all things are nearly reaidy for the
o grand finale wich culminate s this eve
ning (Wednesday) at 7 o'clock by the
-marriage of Mr. Frank HI. Wilson, of*
a Brunswick, Ga., to Miss Emma R.
o Bland of our house. They will depart
r to-morrow for their new home in Geor
gia. And now may the happy couple
have a calm, peaceful and happy voyage
across life's rotigh sea, and safely enter
the havcn of eternal bliss.
'This is our last letter for the HERALD
AND NEWS for 1887, and I must return
smy sincere thanks to the staff, to the
printers and to the readers for kind in
dulgence, from a'l. We have passed
s through the year withuot a single jar
no quarrels or newspaper con trove rsies
e with any orne. I have tried to fuirni.h
t faithfully and truthfully the facts of all
Simportant events happening in our town
- and surrounding country. I am aware
e that much t rashy and "unnewsv" stuff
has been wvritten, but for my" many
weaknesses I crave pardin. And now
.to all Isay a happy New Year, andi then
after awhile we'll say jolly 4th oIf July.
s Mason & Hlamlin Pianos.
r Mason & Hamlin bid fair to become as
e famous for their' pianos as they have
long been for their word-renowned or
gns. The distiin;hing feature a bout
the Mason & Hiatulinm Piano is an imupor
.tanlt imlprovemernt in the method of
tholing thle strin'gs. They are secured
by mueralie f;asteninigs, insteaLd (of by the
friction of pine set ini the wood, as has
been the ca-e, and( the advaontag's re
- Cultingz are highly implortant. Wornder
.fml beauty and mu'sical quality of tone;
far less lia bilit v of ge tring out of t une;
greater reliability ini trying climates;
and greater solidity of con,struction and
- durebility are secured, 1t
if you want a present of arny kind go
-or send y'our order to
, 9-)t H1'Nr'S BOOK STORE.
UCut-glass Cologne Bottles. Work
Boxes. Dressing Cases. Beautiful Vases.
.Cups and Saucers, Sachet Bags hand
o painted, Sachet Powder, Manicure Sets,
h andI other beautiful things too numerous~
'y to mention, are selling at cost at Romb'rt
son's Drug Store, opposite the Post
fDecember 22d, 1887 near Pomaria, by I
Rev. S. T. Ilallman. Mr. John Graham,
to Miss Hattie Earle.
December 28th, 1S87 at the residence
of the bride's father. by Rev. S. T. Hall- .
man, Mr. Benntie Richardson to Miss c
Mary Setzler, all of Pomaria, S. C. ti
December 22d 1887, at the residence 3
of the bride's parents. near St. Paul's II
Church, h Rev. S. T. Hallman, Mr. b<
Thomas Richardson to Miss Blanche
Advertised Letters. al
POST OFFICE. NEW1IERRY, S. C. C1
List or letters unclaimed and advertised
Dec. 27. 1857. t.
Bowers. Wi. A. McCarty, Martha. W
Rate"s, Real. Youn:g. Alice.
(olenan, Rev. (. T. Plaree,J ohn r.
C'lark, Sid ney. iteade.' Wade. ti
('hick, Sarah. Itobinson. Mary.
('annon, Sarah 11. Suber, John 1. re
1):-venport, 1lenry. Sanders.lontgornery. hi
Duncan. Daniel. Sitnes, 3Millie.
r *reenl, Betsy. Taylor, Siipson, te
Green, Loria. Welson, John Wesley.
Howard. Hattie. Wills. Herbert. Pi
Johnstone. Fannie E. Wallace, it. P. al
Williams George Washington. at
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they were advertised.
E. S. If ERBERT, P. M.
OFFICE TO RENT.
Front room, over law office of Jones&
Jones. Pos-ession given immediately. 0
LAMBERT W. JONES. tl
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Mattie C. Schumpprt. vs. F. A. Schtutm
pert, National Bank of Newberry vs.
F. A. Shumpert et al. A
By virture of executions in the above
stated actions I will sell at the late resi- tl
dence of Jacob K. Schnmpert, deceased, Z
in Newberry Couity, on 'I'uesday,3d day e
of January 1888, between the hours of b
11 a. m., and 5 p. mt., the following per
sonal property, levied on as the property
of the above named F. A. Schumpert, to 1
wit : Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Peas. Cot- y
ton Seed, one Sulky Plow, Hay Rakes, it
Baskets, Molasses. &c. Terms cash. -
W. W. RISER.
'hcriffNewberry County. C
SheritI's Office, Dec. 15th 1S87. 't. ti
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA a
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. to
Peoples & Johnsor., vs. Govan L. Sease. fE
By virtue of an execution in the above to
case, I will sell, before the Court House a
at Newberry, on the First Monday (2nd IT
day) of January, 1888, the following de
scribed real estate, levied on as the prop- e
erty of the defendant, Govan L. Sease: q
All that tract of land lying, situate and ii
being in Newberry County, State afore
said, containing (295) Two Hundred and
Ninety-Five Acres, more or less, bonud
ed by lands now or X. .nerly owned by
D. H. Wheeler, John Neel, J. Calvin
Neel and Hope Buzhardt. n
Terms: Cash. Purchaser to pay for p
all necessary papers. I
W. W. RISER. e
Sheriff of Newberry Cou ity.
Sherift's Office, Dec. 10, 18?7
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA lE
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Loomis W. C. Blalock vs. George Wv. b
By virtue of sundry executions in the
above entitled cause, I will sell before
the Court House, at Newberry, on the
first Monday (2d day) of January. A. D.,
1888, the following described real estate b
levied on as the property of the defend
ant George WV. Whitman.
All that tract or plantation of land ly
ng situate and being in Newberry Coun-|
ty, State aforesaid, containing forty-three'
teres more or -less, and bounded by
lands of tihe estate of Dorsey L. Gary, h
E. R. Hlipp, Mrs. Peck and others- a
Terms cash : Purchaser to pay for all
Shrif.o W. RISER.
Shlerin''s Office, Dec. 8, 1887.
l'HE STATE OF SOUTH CARO- b4
COUNTY OF NEW BERRY. fc
Ephraim Suiber and Christian Suber. as bo
E xecutors,&c., Plaintiffs, against Joel is
B. Heller. and others, Defendants.
By virtuie of an execution in the above N
antitled cause, I will ell before the
Dourt House, at Newberry, oli the first
Monday (2d1 day) in January 1888, the
following described real estate, levied on
is the property of the defendant, Joel B.
All that tract or plantation of laud
!ying situate and being in Newberry
Dounty, State aforesaid, containing six at
'lndred and sixty acres more or less, 'E
ind bounded by lands of D. A. Dickert, P~
You ng Tobe, Nellie Cromer, Press Cro
mer, Hart ison Cromer and others. r
Terms cash : Purchaser to pay for
W. WV. RISER.
Sheriff of Newherry County.u
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 7, 1887
H\W FIM! NE\1 GA00B!!
With cordial thanks for the liberal pa
:ronage received in our opening, we
would respectfully inform our patrons,
riends and the public generally that we
ire constantly adding itemns to our stock.
We uo0w keep our special hine complete
nd you can always find what we adver
Our Dress Goods now consist of Cash'
mneres, Nunls Veiling, Hen rietta's Almnosn
Sebastopol, Flannels, Tricot, and al
ther woolen goods no0w fashionable, ul
Silks, WVatered Silks and Satins, Ging
tams and domestic Plaids and Calicos.
Knit Goods for Ladies and Misses and1
Children Jerseys, Undervests, Pants1
iInd Skirts, alsp, Gents Undervests.
We can give you a full "Bridal Out
fit" as cheap as y'ou can buy and mnake'
themi. WhIy then, all thle trouble andl
rexation of gathering up and m:aking, al
when we have thema ready at your door? es
EFull line of nicely linished and enmbroid- fri
:red Underwear in fuIll suli;s-at prices p(
to snit all. so
Corsets and Bustles of all sizes and at of
ill prices, of
Laldies, Misses and Childrens' Hose,
mnd Gents Half Hose. n
Ladies and Gente Handkerchiefs. er
Linen, Lawn,and Silk. c
Ladies L inen: Collars and Cuffs.
Full line of Trimming Goods in all
the latest and most fashionable goods
viz: Furs, SatinIs, Silk, Velvet,Velveteen. -
Gimup, Gallo,>n, HIercules Brai.l, Cofi's
Briad, Beaded Setts, (han d nade) Beaded
Trrimminig in all colors, Domnestic Home
spuin, Bleached and Unble.ached Tick
ings, Flannels, etc., ill fact qeervshingr
usually found ill a thrst-class Dry Goods
All Millinery Goods will now be 50old
at big discout, preparatory to Spring
Agenci' for "Brohard's Window
Holder," or Lock, useful and safe, no
Butrglar can enter whtere this lock is ap~
plied---now On exhlibition in front of
stor'e. Call and examine..
Three n ice - rooms, immediately over
store, for rent at reasonable prices.
Misses Lelia Rives, Mamie Metts and
Stevie Bowers are still with us and will
take pleasure in showing our n'ewv and
select stock of fashionable goods to their
miany friends and customers generally.
Ag-rin thanking you for the liberal
patronnuge extended and soliciting a con
tilnuance of the same, we are
H.Ia& IlS. THOS, F. TAIRRAET
Maui street, Newberry, S. C.
MANNING IS DEAD. d
he Ex.Secretary of the Treasury g
Breathes His Last.
ALBANY, N. Y., December 24.-Mr.
[anning seemed to rally and brighten
>nsiderably this morning, to the
e surprise of his family, and about
o'clock this afternoon his son, James
who has been up watching at the
!dside almost without rest, went
it for a short walk in the fresh air.
e returned in a few moments
id catering the room where the
irse and patient were, discovered
,at his father was breathing faster, T
ith shortened breath. The mark of
sath was on his countenance and.
ough Mr. Manning had repeatedly
quested his family not to witness a
s passing away, it was deemed best
summon the household, and in the C
-esence of his family, at 1 :34 this
ternoon, Mr. Manning quietly and
,ntly ceased to breathe. G
WAsIINGToX, December 24.-The V
resident issued the following order 1t
is afternoon to all departments:
Tbe President directs that flags on
I public buildings in the city of
ashington be placed at half-m:st
a mark of respect to the memory
Daniel Manning, late secretary of
By direction of the President.
DANIEL S. L.AMONT.
KEPT HER OATH.
ST. Louis. December 20.--Senora
nastaa Rulmo de Pascadera, a fe
ale bandit of renown, was buried by
e side of her lover at San Antonio,
acatecas, Mexico, yesterday. In I
irly womanhood, her intended hus
ind was killed by federal troops, and
a his grave she swore vengeance. "
er oath was to kill five men every
ear of her life. She more than kept
. Her first exploit was to rob the,
ganas ('aluntes stage near Zacate
ts single handed. She put the pos
lions to flight, hailed the stage, and
rdered a supposed band of assist
nts concealed in the chaparral not
> shoot unless resistance was of- 1
red. The eight passengers gave a
nod booty. She continued a career
f robbery for many years,' which
rrorized citizens of Sinaloa Jalisco
nd Sonora and enriched herself.
'he authorities and troops were pow
rless to suppress her. She be
ueathed her fortune to charities, dy.
ig a natural death in obscurity.
New Style of Collecting.
Greenrille Cor. News and Courier. ]
J. T. Nix, a widely known attor.
ey and money broker here, has em
loyed a new method of collecting.
[e has a messenger boy who is
quipped with three tin labels to be
orn on his hat. They are conspic
ously labelled respectively: "Col. It
ctor," "Collector of bad debts," and Ii
Collector of very bad debts."' The
oy plies a 'hardened debtor with st
iese in succession, and the second tE
sually brings the shekels.
The Mad Case of Jodson.
"Jodson has lost his position in the
"WXell, it was dliscovered that he
as near sighted."
"WVhat difference did that make?" l
--The customers complained that
~could not see well enough to draw
ow Lots for Sale.
I have decided to divide my lot on -
ildwell Street, in the 'TIown of New
irrv, and if not sold at private sale be
re thiat time, I will sell them at public
tery before the Court IIouse at New
rry on the First Monday in January,
Terms liberal, or to suit purchasers.
For any iniformation in regard to these
ts call on Elbert 11. Aull, Esq., at
ISAIAH IIAI WANGER,
Columbia, S. C.
I; or an authorized agent, will attend
the following places at the time des
nated, to take returns of personal
At Newberry from 2nd day of Janua
, 1888, to 20th February, 1888, every
Dead Fall, T uesday, 3d January, 1888.
C. D. Spearman's Wednesday,4th Jan
Chappell's, Thursday, 5th Janaary,
Longshiore's Store, Friday, Gt.h Janu
Jalapa, Saturday, 7th January, 1888.
Mybiniton, MIonday, 9th January,
Glymphville, Tuesday, 10thl January,
Pomaria, Thiursday, 12th January,0
Jolly Street. Friday, 13th January,
Rev. J1. A. Sligh's, Saturdayv, 14th Jan
rs', 1888. '
St. Luke's hurchi, M >nd.Ly, 1Gth Jan
Bethel, Tuesday, 17th January, 1888.
Prosperity, Wednesday an d Thursday,
th and 19th January, 1888.
Cromers rlTursday., 201h January,
PhIifer's, Friday, 27th January 1S88. C
All males between the ages of 21 years
d 50 years are liable for the poll tax,
cept those unab,le to earn a support
>m being ma.imned or otherwise. All
rsons failing to make returns of per
nat propert.y.will be atssessedl a penalty
50 per cent. on all personal property
last year, as the law requires.
All owners of real estate will please
tify the Auditor of any change, wheth
sold or purchased,. f~rom whom puir- U
ased or to whom sold.
WM. W. IIOUSE AL,
Auditor Newberry County.
Nov. rOth, 1887. St----:19
-After Forty years' U
' 'Thousand applicatique for ptnsi
c.frthe United States.adFoe con
to banpatnt in canada. England.. France.
Germany. and all other countries. 'Their experi
ence is unequaled and their facilities are unsur
Drawings and specifications prepared and filed
in the Patent Office on short notice. Terms very
reasonable. No charge for exanmination of models
the largest circuato and ib she ins inflenta
The adivantages of such a notice every patentee
is pulishe VEKL t5300 ayer an is
admsitted to be the best paper devoted to science
",er'c imn3.ha"is.lnetOf.engine"g works an ]
lished in any country. It contains th names of
all patentees and title of every invention patented
each week. Try it four months for one dollar.
sold by all newedealers.
If you have an invention to patent write ts
Man a co., publishers of Scientific American,
36 BroawIay." New Yorkd.raa
~a~t4bggk about patents mailed free.
TIHADERS OF FAliHION -
lave just received their SECOT
iese goods were bought at
STONISIINGLY LOW PRICES !
.nd will be sold accord
ur Line of Overcoats 4
Full line of Shoes of all Grades a
ents' Fine Shoes a Specialty. (
TILL TELL; therefore if you wani
LOW PRICES give us a call.
Strolsm & Brao
SMITR & WE A B
Si. Cline's Old Stand, -
HAVE ON HAND AND AM
-A COMPLETE L'
hats, Boots am
I would call special attention to m
ELECTED STOCK OF
Ladies' Dress Goo
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves. C
--ASK TO SEE N
'ine Dress Shoes
fact we have the MOST COMPLETE LI
IND ever offered in the City.
I would be pleased to have you call and e
ntion and as low pricesnd oet good lase
For we want to see youi
D. B. W
NB.-Messrs. T. G. WILLIAIS, W (H
nt line of goods.
11E ARE NEXT DOOR TO TD
-WHERE YOU CA
H0 8flO[E'RNlSHING GOODS
~-Stove Pipe Always
STin Shop Work Done at
SRGS, EESWAX AND Hi
NE DOOR FROM P,O0, -
CA LL:-:BEFOR E:-:1
OU WILL. SAV
'd fl[W LINE OF GOODS KEPT
For the inhabitants of the Unite~d S
RIOES a specialty for Gents, Ladies, Chik]
dN I0W PRIC
TD PURCHASELo. I
annot Be Beat.
nd Prices. Ladies' and
UALITY and PRICE
EIGLER BROS.' FINE SHOES
e ONLY BY US.
- ALS' -
ES ME Al'
,nd $4.00 SHOES.t.
,N, "The Newberry Clothiers,'
IN THE_ -
Ly NEW AND WELL
llars, Laces, Etc.
E OF SHOES OF EVERY
mine my entire stock, as I am
E. I guarantee polite atten
any house in the city.
JARWILE and POPE CoLE
w their my friends an excel
D. B. W.
E POST OFFE,
IN I ITIRIETY STORE,
tates and Canada! Fine
ren and Infants.
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