Newspaper Page Text
Local and Special.
1;A'TIST-Pev. C. P. Scott, pastor, preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. in. ar't 7W p. in. Sun
duy school at 3:30 p. in.. Mr. . B. Carwile,
s:iperintendetient. Pr..yer meeting Wednesday
at 7:3n p. in.
LCTHEKA\-Rev. W. C. Scha-ffrer, pa-tor.
'reachini next Sunday by the pastor, at 11
a. rn and 7 45 p. in. Sunday school at 'J 30 a.
in.. Dr. W Giustave Houseal, superinteiteut.
Prayer ineeting Friday at 7:45 p. m.
MsroHolsT-Kev. J. L. Stokes. pastor.
'reaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. in. Sunday school at 4 p. in.. Mr. John W.
Chapinan, -u;perintendent. Prayer mneeting
at 7:15 p. m .
A. It. l'ES?TEIAN-Rev. E. P. 3leClintock.
pastor. service next Sunday by the pastor
at 11 a. ma. Sunday school at 9:30 a. iu., 3ir. M.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer nteeting
Thureav at 7:16 p. in. li-sionary Society
We,dnestlay at a p. in., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tuesday at 5 p. in., Mrs. C.
Eri1coirAt--Rev. W. 11. Hanckel, rector.
Service by the rector every third Sund"y at
11 a. tu. and 4:30 p. n. Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. Mazyck at 11 a. in.
P:E. YTERIAN--Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
' p. m. ,unday school at 3:30 p. in., Mr. W. E
Pettani, buperintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. M.
A call is published this week for a
convention for Saturday, June 16, 1888.
Delegates to the Judicial and Congres
sional conventions will be elected at
J. E. Johnson & Co. in two weeks
have renovated 250 beds in Newberry.
They do the work for one-seventh of
the feathers or6c. per pound cash. The
public is invited to inspect their pro
cess at their place of business in the
house next to the Methodist circuit
parsonage. They guarantee satisfac
tion in every case. it.
Added to My Gallery.
Another fine new Back-ground
Scenery and the new Scroll-Negative
Printing so as to give better variety and
finer relief in the artistic finish of
Also a fine assortment of the latest
styles of picture frames and mats to
meet the taste of my customers.
tf. Newberry, S. C.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer will preach on
this subject at the Lutheran church
next Sunday night. Newberry is not
unlike other places, made up of human
beings, and the Talebearer has an ex
istence here, and we are glad the Rev.
Mr. Schaeffer is going to speak on this
subject, and hope he will have a large
BoyS, NOW IS YoUR CHANCE.-If
you go to Hunt's Book Store and buy a
5 cent tablet, they will give you a nice
lead pencil. tf.
NEW DRY GooDS and Ladies Shoes
lower than ever, at J. S. Russell's.
Cr'xquet Sets Hammocks, Fishing
taekles, etc., at Hiunt's Book Store. tf.
Everyone should see Wright & J. W.
Coppock's Underwear before purchas
ing. It is as comfortable as ornamen
tal. This is saying much, but 'tis true.
st. Luke's Regular Pastor.
Rev. M. J. Epting, of the Seminary
at New berry, has accepted the call to
St. Luke's church, near Prosperity, and
will enter the work July 1st. Since the
removal of Dr. Hawkins from the
charge in February last, Mr. Epting
has very acceptably served as a supply.
An Old Friend.
During a recent trip on the railroad
.we met our old friend Mr. A. J. Sproles,
who it will be rememibered was for a
long time corresponidenit of the Press
and Banner fronm Greenwood. He is
now in Newberry, where we hope good
fortune awaits him. We were sorry
that MIr. Sproles left Abbeville County,
and( we would be glad for him to come
back to his old home.-Abbeville Press
F-or a good quantity of Tea call on
t f. S- B. JoNEs.
Sami Jonecs is no0w furnishine Ice
C'ream, Soda Water and Milk SYakes
that is unexcelledl. We knowv it to be
BOX Papers, at J. WV. Chapman's,
"Comnet Style," "Bullion," "Charred
Edge,"' etc., etc.
If you have organized or think of
organ~izing a Ba.se Ball Club it will be
to your advantage to go to Hunt's.Book
S t>re aryd get their special rates to Base
Ball Clubs. tf'.
Hallow, Charlie! Have yon been
spending the winter in Mexico? Naw,
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn't
He Fenl In a Well.
R1ev. E. C. Rice, who has been board
ing with Mr. J. L. Aull, in Edgefield
County. for some.timeC past, went to the
well near the house to draw a bucket
- of water on last Sunday morning, and~
by sonic means his hold gave way and
he fe11 ini the well to the water below,
a distance of a bout forty feet. The wvell
-- tt ' te_for theInil.lnd
. aouteigt fetsquare.
Somec one happened to pass about the
time Mr. Rice reached bottomi and gave
the alanrm andl he w:ca rescued, not dead,
b ut considerably bruised up.
The next meeting will be held at
N ewberry Female Academy oni Satur
day, Jne 16thb.
Business will begin at 10.30 a. m.
Progrranine is as follows:
1. Normal Methods- Miss Nellie
2. Subject of his own choice-Prof.
3. What is the p)roper length of daily
school session?-Prof. S. J. Wheeler.
4. A graded system for our rural
schools. F-or general discussion. All
teachers are requested to be present.
LooK H En E J. S. Russell sells eight
cakes of ('olgate's Soap for 2.5 cents.
('rockery ware, glassware, lamps, boots,
shoes, hats, truiiks, valises, and a gen
eralI stock of Dry Goods and Groceries,
all low down for cash. Give him a trial
an d b con tvinaced. Satisfaction guar
Isasec-ba:lls from 5c. to $1.5'), at Hunt's
Rk~ Store.. if.
If vou want a uirst-chiss Sewing Ma
ehitm'. call on I). B. Wheeler on Friend
strt,~t next dloor to Dr. Pope's othice.. tf
Writing paper at 3 cents a quire at
Lady Florenlce's Tooth anid Mouth
Wash.' an elegant and safe preparation
for preserving and beautifying the
teeth and strengthening thle gums.
For sale at Robertson's Drug Store, op-.
posite the Post Office. tf.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The New Officera-A Team of Sixteen Men
to Attend the Anderson Tournament.
At a meeting of the fire department
of Newberry, held on Tuesday night,
the following names were suggested to
the council to be elected as a Board of
Fire Masters: J. E. Brown, chief; S. B.
Jones, 1st Assistant; S. J. McCaughrin
2d Assistant. The council will meet
to-night at which time these gentlernen a
will likely be elected.
The resignation of Geo. S. Mower as t
president was received and accepted r
and W. H. Hunt. Jr., was elected
president and John M. Kinard Vice
president. Mr. M. Foot, Jr., is the only
officer who has held office continuously
since the organization of -the depart
ment June 15, 1SS3. He was elected
secretary and treasurer at that time and
still fills the office acceptably.
Capt. J. W. White will leave for
Anderson on Mondy with a teuni of
sixteen to attend the tournament and I
we confidently expect the boys to re- i
turn bearing with them the first prize.
Newberry Female Academy. t
The closing exercises of this school
will take place to-night with a public
exhibition in the opera house. The ex- 1
aminations were in progress at the
academy during the past few days and f
closed yesterday. The Herald and
-News man was there yesterday and
spent a couple of hours very pleasant
ly. The pupils gave evidence of good
and careful training. Miss Garlington,
the principal, informed us that the en- I
rollment the past session has reached
106. This does not include the depart- r
ment of painting and drawing under
Miss Mamie Holbrook's artistic manage
ment. There were a number of fine
paintings and drawings on exhibition,
the work of the pupils. The work in
this department is very creditable alike
to the teacher and pupils.
Altogether the Academy seems to be
in good hands and doing well. Miss I
Garlington's management has been
successful, and she has competent -
The best tonic for weak and; delicate
children, and also the best remedy for
coughs and colds, is Cod Liver Oil, with
Hypophosphites. Prepared by P.
Robertson, pharmaeist, opposite the t
Post Office. tf. i
FINE PERFUMERY. - Heliotrope,
White Rose. Marguerite, Stephanotis,
Ascension Lily, Parmezan \ iolet, all
handkerchief extracts of quadruple
quality. If you wish something es
pecially elegant, try them. Don't con
found these with the cheap 25c. co
lognes, notoriously inferior with all
competent to make comparison. Call
at Pelham's Drugstore. tf.
A Social Event.
The social event of Commencement
week will be the ball to be given by the
young men of the town,in honor of the'
lass of '88, Newbery College, in the
opera house, on Wednesday evening,
A temporary floor will be built over
the seats, and on a level with the
stage and those who enjoy the
dance may expect a nice time. Music t
for the occasion will be'furnished by C
the Italian Band, of Charlotte, N. C.
The following ladies will act as chap
erons: Mrs. R. B. Lyons, MIrs. 0. L- t
Schunmpert, MIrs. E. M1. Evans, M1rs. J.
F. J. Caldwvell, MIrs. 0. MIcR. Holmes. f
The following compose the committee I
on arrangements: S. J. MIeCaughrin,
L. P. Fant, L. W. Jones, J. Epps
Brown, Eugene Griffin.
Invitatio.n committee: J. W. Chap
pell, J. D. Davenport, WV. E. Belcher,
Grey Ellesor, C. E. Hunter.
Reception committee: R. H. Wearn,
Jno. 31. Kinard, B. H. Johnstone.
Gentlemen who take part in the
dance will be exp)ected to pay% $2.51; for
tickets, and those who do not (dance
will be given tickets for one dollar.
No chairge for ladies.
This will take the place of a reception
usually give!n at the college building on
Wednesday evening, of Commence
ment week, and no pains will be spared.
by the committees to mxake the evening
a pleasant one.
MIrs. J. Ehrhardt is visiting her t
mother Mirs. WV. A. Cline.
Mir. Fred. A. Scbunipert has gone to
Foreston on a business trip.
M1rs. T. S. Mfoorman, of Columbia, i
came up to Newberry on Tuesday to t
spend a few days.
MIiss Fannie Wardlaw has gone tot
Columbia where she will spend the
MIiss Nellie Chapman has returnedt
from N ashville where she has been at
tending the Normal College.t
Rev. A. Coke Smith will deliver the
dIdress before the Prosperity High a
School this afternoon.a
M1r. and MsiJ.'J~T. Hayes and MIrs. -1.
Elizabeth Riser returned to their home I
t Pomaria from Staunton, Va., on t.
M1rs. A. P. Pifer was able to go to s
Laurens on last Thursday on visit. t
Her many friends will be glad to learn i
she is improving. s
Prof. and M1rs. C. WV. Welch are ex
peeted to reach Newberry from Texas a'
on Saturday of this week. Thcy will t'
spend the summer visiting relatives and a
friends in this State.1
Miiss Willie Cozby returned on last
Friday, from Augusta Female Semi
nary, Stannton, Va. She was among
the graduates, and was awarded the
first honor of her class. She also bore
off the French and Latin medals offered
that student who wvould attain the
highest av-erage grade for the entire
MIr. James A. Deaton, who has been
employed in The Herald and News of
flee for sonme time, returned to his home,
Concord, N. C., last Saturday, to ac
ept a position on the Standard, a new t
paper just started. M1r. Deaton is a good g
and swift compositor, and bright, t
genial and manly in his "make up."
If lhe had any faults they wcre right
upon the surface-there was noting r
deceptive about him. Hie was the life
of the otlice and we shall all miss him~ t
Wright & J. W. Coppock have got a 1:
big stock. and they are going to sell it I
or give it away. Mark this. tf j,
Good Writing Paper at 4e a quire, at
J. W. Ch-mn'
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Henry Hoof has a large class in Be
>enmanship at Helena. nic
The nights were right cool the early M
>art of the week. visit
Some pelsons say they felt an earth- TL
uake shock in Newberry early Sunday chui
Mr. \V. V. Houseal is announced this on
week as a candidate for renomination T1
s County Auditor. You
We are in receipt of an invitation to port
he Commencement exercises of the 1
outh Carolina University June 24-27. Ib
Rev. Dr. G. W. Holland, president of tow
ewberry College will preach the T:
ommencenent sermon at the South cast
'arolina University June 24. was
Trial Justice Peterson, held court in and
ewberry last Satur(Iay. He reserved TI
is decision and took the papers with the
The Lavmen's Union of the New- a fu
errv Lutheran church will hold its '1
ext regular meeting on the fourth Pro
Iond(ay night of this month. to-n
The annual election of teachers for 31
he Male and Female Academies of day
;ewherrv will be held on June 15th. day
ipplicatiols should besent to Mr. S. P. 182
Last Monday was saleday, but very 0;o
ew persons came to N ewberry. No ing
>licial sales were made. The land ad- Ga
-ertised hv the Probate Judge was not M1.
old, but postponed to later in the year. enid
Several ladies met at the Methodist cred
hureh last Wednesday to form an or- H
anization of the King's Daughters. C. )
OLout twenty names haN been en- for
lled and the organization will be ent
oIpleted in a short time. The
Mr. Jas. P. Kinard, of Newberry, thes
vill deliver the annual address before like
he Association of Graduates of the atte
'itadel Academy, Charleston, S. C., on m p
ruly 4. "
There was a heavy rain in Newberry Pres
ist Friday morning. The creek was y
uller than it has been in two years. She:
here were heavy rains throughout the perf
ounty and did considerable damage in and
any places by washing up the lands. then
There is nothing new that we have whe
eeii able to gather in the railroad sur- and
"ey through town. The route under chic
he C. & G. R. R. and up Scott's creek, Til
n front of Mm. E. S. Coppock's,has been vall
taked off, and the agent of the road tist
vill be here soon and endeavor to se- drill
ure the right of way and find out the evol
NOTES FI1 EXCELSIOR. in a
Garden vegetation is growing nicely. Mn
"Gen. Green" has been enjoying good wea
Last week was indeed a week of rain othe
nd mud. the
Mrs. S. L. Sheeley has again been was
aing chills and fever. expi
Monday was saleday at Newbemry, afte
lut very few of the farmers in this see- the
ion observed the day as such. .sold
Watermelon patches in this section The
re looking rather backward for the si
ime of year. Too muuch rain might be tion
The past few days has found a great ly t<
Lany of our farmers busily engaged inA
he harvest field and we are glad to
tate that the grain erops generally so a
ar as we can learn are turning outfii
ietrta a neexpected. te
A great many of the people in this bull
ommiunity will attenid the comnience- seait
aeiit exercises of the Prosperity High inv
~chool Wednesday evening and this rest
'hursday evening. We learni that the 1)os(
xercises prms to be very interest- froni
ug- to si
We imiagine that the bloom of the to g
tangnolia tree must contain a very ou]
weet language as one of our young tive
Len rode several miles a few days ago na
a the rain in order to secure a bloom w.y
or his lover~, and oh, we guess the is ti
-oung man thought the bloom would esta'
oitaini a "summer language." this
:31iss Lilla Werts dio has been teach- anal
ag school over inl Edgefield during the rani.
ast six months has given vacation and won
eturned to her home in the Mt. Pil- sum
rim community. She seemis to take in a
delight in training the younig minds worn
hat are committed to her care, and we they
arn she has been having an interest- com
ig school over in Edgefield- a su
We have for sonic time been having a peril
esire to visit the Young Men's Chris- part
ian Association recently organized at The
It. Pilgrim church and on learning
bat a public nieeting was to be held on
aturday night last and that Rev. C. A. "'i
larks was to be present and address bag.
be association. We availed ourselves for
le opportunity and had the p)leasure Kinm
f assembling with the association on excl1
bis occasion. On our arrival at the men
burcei we found a goodly number H. 6
lreadly gathered aiid at 8 o'clock the Yorl
ssociation was opened being conducted
y Mr. Crayton Dominick, after which F
te. Marks addressed the association Stor
iking for his subject "your Christian
-ork" and wvent on in his address to Fe
ow what good could be accomplished loh'%
y these associations, and what a help
: was to the church, to the Sundav
tool and to the prayer meetings. Rev froml
arks also showed how the women
nd young ladies could be of some help Fa
> tbese associations. After Rev. Marks' This
ddress Mr. Crayton Dominick also It is
)llowed with a short but appropriate ofg
lk showing in what way everybody site"
ould be of some help to this work, and -
qecially to the parents; how they YW
bould bring their children up training [a
icm to live a' pious Christian life at bes
onme, as well as while at the church.
Ve were informed that this association Sh
ow enrolls thirty-one niembers. Stor
This was our first visit to this asso- GI
Linton and we hope to visit there again and
jon. SIGMA. Rob~
A Scientific Beneractor. Bu
If a benefactor be one who "makes and
sv blades of gras grow where but one bus,
rewv before," he certainly is a benefac- kind
>r who makes onie hour do the service this
f five or six. And this is precisely -Pelb
-at Professor A. Loisette, 237 Fifth 2.5c.
xe., Newv York, does with his marvel- a car
us system of menmory development. druo
[e makes bad miemories good and g<xxd coni
nes better. He is a scientific benefac- prep
r. Write for his prospectus. 1t
, r Co
C.\raur~ CURED, health and sweet wavy
eath secu red, by Shiloh's Catarrh
teiedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
etor free. Sib
Stafl'ord's Copying Ink at' Hnut's Mi
3ook Store. tf. Chaj
GRANTED BY HNG GEORtGE.
An Interesting Trial Before Judge Kershaw
[Special to the News and Courier.]
ice Coc.MiA. June 1.-For the past
four days .1 udge Kershaw has been
hearing an interesting case in chan
de. (korge III granted to a body of Lu
therans a tract ofone hundred acres of
land inl the fertile ".)utch Fork" of
1 a Lexington County, upon which a
church and school house were to be
ha The house of worship (St Johu's
in church ) was built and for about half a
century there was unity and peace in
the flock that gathered at the church
rer each Sabbaih; but about forty years
ie ago discord arose in the congregation
an1, and it was divided into two factions of
nearly equal strength. Each of these
claimed the cli urcbh property and neither
for would worship with the other. An
m- arrangeient was tin:lly arrived at by
h wliich the church w-ould be used on
alternate Sundays by the two sections
of the divided congregation. The key
of of the r-hurch was always left at acer
tain convenient house where the sex
tons of the two factions could get it
when their Sunday for church worship
mn- cane arouid.
''he plan was cont inued until about a
n- year ago, when one party took exclusive
ng possess ion of the key and refused to
.as "divide time." The faction thus shut
out are the plaintifis, while those who
hold the church are the defendants.
'I- The former are represented by Judge
in Melton and Capt. W. A. Clark, and the
ate latter by Gen. YounanIs, Major H. A.
Meetzc aldlr. C. M. Etird. Both sides
ere claim the propc-rty, which is quite
>Iie valuable. 'The arguient was concluded
to-day and the Judge took the papers
lie for colsidciat i111.
:In Call for County Convention.
er- A Democratic County Convention
III. for New berry County is hereby called
on to be held at Newberry Court House on
. Saturday, June 16, 1888, at 11 o'clock in
the foreloon, to elect eight delegates to
the Congressional Convention of the
it" Third Congressional District to be held
at Seneca, S. C., on 21st day of June,
1888, at 8.30 p. m., and delegates to the
li J udicial Convention of the Seventh Ju
in dicial Circuit the time and place of
which convention are not yet fixed.
he The following is the apportionment
ire of delegates from each Township to the
lls, County Convention:
Township No. 1 ...........................50
1w i . 2................1)
et, " " 4 ...................... 13
ne " ..........................12
ht. a 7 .1"
'ti- " " 8 ..........................10
p- " ..........................46
"ie " 1 .....:. .... ...........21
he W. H. Ht'NT, Jlt., County Chnm'n.
ry E. H. AULL, Secretary.
re- SCHOOL CRAYON.-Having bought
a large supply we can afford to sell
' cheap. Call and examine at Hunt's
>us Book Store. tf
Good Paper at 65c a ream, at J. W.
ice Don't forget that D. B. Wheeler has
ere on hand at reasonable prices the Do
'as mestie, Davis andl tihe New Home Sew
inw Machines. tf
nd THAT HA~CllxG Col'ar can be so
>mU qtuickly cured by~ Shiloh's Cure. We
00. guaranitee it.
.-WILL YoU SUFFER:l with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's \ ita
iks lizer is guarainteed to cure you.
al- SLEEPLESS NIGWTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure
:e is the Remedy for you.
K0- Ice Houise op)en Sunday's S to 9 a. m.
Led 12 to 1 p. mI. andIo f to - p. m1.
se tf. S. B. JONES.
.ll Bacekache, stitches in the side, infla
ith tion and soreness of the bowels, are
iat symlptoms of a disordered state of the
nd digestive anId assinmilative organs,
which can be corrected by the use of
Ayer' s Cathartic Pills.
cee A sound body and a contenlted mind
led are necessary to p)erfect happiness. If
his you wish to possess these, cleanse your
ta- blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It is
perfectly safe to take, and is a thor
be oughly reliable, highly concentrated,
ly andIL powerful blood purifier.
he TH E WAY OF THE WOMEN.
isH ow a MIettinigof the King's Daughters was
it ~Fromi the New York Sun.]
i' At amleetinig oIf a dlozent ladies the
it other (lay to olrgizei/i a lodge of the
is Kinig's Datuglhters, thle utter unfamni
liairity of womieni with pa~rliamencltary
itlaw or eveni wit h thle geneiral ideca oif
or rgniationi was somtewhiat humorous
to ly illustrated. After they had sat
os- looking at each othler a trifle nervously
.for atwhile, one of thlem said:
[u "Well, here we are. What are we
d-l goingl to do(4''
"Oh dear,'' said aniothler, "'I dlon't
know, but let's (d0 something.
At last a younlg lady sulggested they
omnight try not to say mneani things about
lie other people until nlext meceting, any
w ~ay. Everyb ody thiought that wvould
be icee. Just astw eeadjourning,
two hiouris later, a lady exclaiimed:
P Oh, 1 suppose we oughIt to have a
r "Why, of course, we ought," said
"I doin't suppose anlybody wtill object
to Mr's. Br'own for president," said a
third, "let's have her."
ts"All right, let's," echoed the rest.
"h And nlobodly objected to nlamles propos5
ed for secretary anid tr'easulrer, eIther.
.A few days later the fair secretary
1consulted a genlthlman acquainutanic as
to how she shoul(d write up the mtintes
of the mneetinlg.
p "Well, you ought to begin by saying
at wvho was chlairmlan of thle mleetinIg."
ti "Why, we didn'it have any chair
man," said the girl.
"Whol then put the mnotionls before
h' the mieeting?" asked the genltlemlan.
"''Oh, we didn't have atnv mlotionis.
tSomuebod wo(uld(sa she togtsuch
a thing wouldl he nli'e, anld all tihe oth
tf ers would say they thought so too.
That was all."
"If that was the cas","' laughed the
"I gentleman, "you will have to set it
"'- down in the mlinuttes that such and
bsuch measure's wer'e illformally approv
ed. But you must state clearly that
the club was (organuizedl and write out
)k the inme ot' your particulair branch or
lodge anId thle constitutioni and bv-laws
you adopted; and10 theni-"'
2d "But we haveIn't got any niame," in
J) terrup)ted the girl, "and we didn't
lie adlopt any constitutioni alnd by-laws.
What was the use? We all knew what
- we were there for. Besides, we didn't
)f, think of that."
to The Rates to Greenvinle.
ce GREENVILLE. June 4.-The finatl an
ut nouncemuent of rates for summer gala
iIe week, beginning July 24th, huas been re
be ceived from the railroad authorities.
'le The rate for militia in bodies of not less
than twenty-five, on solid ticket, is two
cents a mile for the round trip, being
oneC cent per mile travelled. For civil
t- iaIl individual the rate will be four
-f cents a mile for round trip, being two
cents per mile ti-avelled.
*~ Watermelons are becomting plentiful
y, in Atlanta. They still demand fancy
thlehem Sunday-school will 1
>n the 22nd, inst.
ss Alice Lewie, of Lewiedale,
ing Miss Minnie Cannon.
ie Sunday-school pie-nic of Gr
ch conies off on the 21st inst.
ie condition of the crops especia
-andy lands is very unfavoral
ie rains have been heavy, and 1
ag crop is small and grassy, an<
ion is not yet hoed out.
isses Mamie Lyles and Clau
, of Union, are spending a week
a the guests of Mrs. K. I). Lake.
ie death of Mrs. Lillie Paysin
a deep gloom over our place.
truly a noble Christian wom
had a host of friends.
ie committee on arrungeeiin ts
mass-meeting of the Lut heran S
-schools, hope to be able to publi
i programme in a short while.
ie commencement exercises
perity High School, which beg
ight, will be very interesting
r. A. H. Kohn addressed the Si
School at Mt. Tabor, on last Si
This is a large school, number
scholars. Mr. K.'s address i
ned to with eager attention.
1 last Sunday morning and ev4
the pulpit of Rev. C. A. Marks,
xe church, was filled by Candid
J. Epting. Both sermons w
ently fine, and would have d<
it to a much older divine.
. C. Moseley, the president of 1
. and L. R. R., in his enthusia
'railways" has leased seven difl
[ines, known as the Samson svste
amount of "freight" carried
e lines at this season of the yeai
over other lines, very light. H
ds to the receiving the "freigl
>heriff Riser is raising some f
e chickens.'-Newberry Cor.
s and Reporter.
s, they are fine, we have seen 1
-iff's "game chickens"-they
ctly white, and have large flat bi
are web-footed. A neighbor s
a in the middle of Scott's Cri
n it was swollen about ten fc
became alarmed for these ga
kens, but they came out all rig
te broom drill and ice cream fe,
ast week for the benefit of the B:
church was an entire success. '
was a splendid affair, all of I
utions were executed in a maste
ner,the young ladies manouvrei
strictly military style, which
ed great credit on their instructrc
Mamie Birge. The unpropiti<
uncompromising attitude of t
,her prevented the ladies fri
ing as extensive preparations
rwise would have been made,hei
!ream and cake run shorte Th
a much larger attendance than v
eted. The auction of the broo
Sthe drill was quite amusing a
bidding was spirited. One bro.
for $5.00 and several at over $2.
net amount realized from the oc
was $55. The Baptist congre;
on Sunday voted a vote of thar
e people of the town and surroum
yountry who contributed so libec
the success of the occasion.
great many persor.s are using
r of the mineral well with be
1 results. It would be of deeit
mtage if the town council could
r way clear to erect a suiitaI
ling over and around the well w'
of a comfortable paten so t]
lids and others could renmain
at the well as long as they feltt
d. As it is, there is no protect:
ithe rays of the sun, nor any p1:
t down, and persons are compel
t a dIrink and return at once. T
it not to be so. Again a quanti
analysis of the water should
, and let the public know exae
t the water contains. Especia
is highly important, in view of1
>shmnt of a Female Colleg<
place. We are satisfied that if
ysis were made and suitable
enents at the well, completed
Id draw a large crowd here evt
mer. If the town council arei
financial condition to push t:
forward, we would suggest ti
lease the wvell to some personi
pany, who would carry the work
:cssful consummation. The pr1
,v of the town demands that1
cular resource be fully develop
te may be millions in it.
's IsNo CHESTNUT."-The pr
ie pudding is the chewing of 1
\ou will find this out by calli
;he "Daisy Cigars'" at W.
rd's, who sells the "Daisy Ci~gal
isively. Has just got anot her sh
t. Look at his sales increasi
rday. M1anufactured by Hai
amuels, 309 East 59th Street, N<
rn Base-balls, Bats, Caps, Be]
ts, Gloves, ete., go to Hunt's Bo
r lame back, side or chest, use Si
Porous Plaster. Price :?5 cents.
member that Wright & J. W. C:
give a discount of ten per ce
regular prices on all cash sales.t
nly Golden Dent Gourd Seed-coj
is the best field corn for the Soul
earlier and requires less streng
)nd than any other variety. k
yiP. Robertson, Pharmacist, opj
right & J. W. Coppock's line
s' Neckwear is just a wfully ni<
is what the ladies say, i. e., t
Looking ones. ti
annon Files,eap, at Hunt's Bo<
ann Springs Water, just receiv
]r sale by case or bottle, b'y
rtson, Pharmacist, opp)osite t
WON'T RAISE THE DEAD.
it will control the progress
heck any attack of, Cholera M1
Dysentery, Diarrhcea, andt
red Summer ailments peculiar
eason of the year. \X hat is
am's Blackberry Balsam, pri
a bottle. It is not a nostrum, bi
fully prepared medicine by a hot
gist. If you try it, you will,
inced. The only genuine arta
med at Pelham's Drugstore. tf.
nfections, Cakes and Crackers:
fresh at S. B. JONEs.
annon File, at J. W. Chapman
>re of those Oxford Bibles, at J. 1
Mrs. Harmon died in Factoryville <
Monday, 4th instant.
Mrs. Lillie Paysinger, wife of 3N
F. Lawson Paysinger, died at her hor
in this county on -Monday, 4th instai
aged about 30 years.
Mr. L. E. Werts died at his home
Edgetield County on Saturday, 21
instant, aged about lio years. 11
Verts was a native of Newberry Cou
ty, where he had man% relatives ai
POST OFFICE. NEWBERRT, S. C
List of letters unclaimed and advertisi
May 29, 185.
A nderson, Miss AnnerGillesple, V. H.
Brannan, Susan (iallam, John
('olmarn. S. S. larribon, Jack
('ouuts, Bennie Lipscomb, .J. M.
I>raft, Enima Maddox, Green
Davis, Mrs. Eliha Pope. Mrs. Lucinda
Drelher, Miss Itosalel liolertson, Miss Bel
Garord, Wm. T. Smith, Sam
(. ollaiH, George Wilson, Mrs. Winen
Persons calling for these letters will plea
say that they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M
SIIILOII's VITALIZER is what y.
need for Constipation, Loss of Appetit
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dy
pepsia. Price 10 and 7.5 cents per b(
Oil, Paints and Art material of eveI
tf. H UNT's Boo1 STORE.
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats
Newberry? Wright & J. W. Coppoc]
Go and see them and be convinced. t:
CRoUP,WHooPING COUGH and Bro
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh
Wright & J. W. Coppoek's is tl
place to get your Clothing if you wai
to get the worth of your money. tf
FOR THE SENATE.
J EFFERSON A SLIGH is here
announced for re-nomination at t]
Democratic primary election, to repr
sent the people of Newberry County- i
the State Senate and is pledged
abide the result of said election.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE,
G EORGE S. MOWER is heret
nominated to represent Newberi
County in the House of Represent;
tives, and is pledged to abide the resu
of the primary election.
C OLE. LIV1NGSTO. BLEAS
is hereby announced as a cand
date for the House of Representative
subject to the primary election.
WTARREN G. PETERSON is her
1V by nominated for the office
Sheriff, subject to the primary electiol
The members of the 3rd S. C.YRegimel
will remember him as a man w io wi
always to be found at the post of dut;
In peace as in war, he is ever faithfi
to his responsibilities.
WOW. RISER is hereby announ
. ed as a candidate for Sheril
and pledged to abide the result of ti
primary. He has filled the positic
with great acceptance to the people ar
credit to himself during the past fot
years, and we desire to put him thei
CLERK OF COURT.
T[HE many friends of Mr. C. I
BOY announce him as a cand
(late for Clerk of Court, and pledge hii
to abide the result of the primary. M
Boyd left Newberry Co liege when nin,
teen years old and entered the Quitma
Rifles, a company formed in Newberr:
and served through the war wit
marked valor. Was shot through tI
left lung at the battle of Cedar Creel
We bespeak for him the support of h:
nmany friend(s throughout the county.
J OHN M. KINARD is hereby a
nounced as a candidate for Clerk<
the Court for New berry County, subjet
to tile prima1ry electioni.
FOR SCHOOL COMIO1NER.
W E are authorized to announce
E. CALDWEL L as a candida1
for the office of S'chool Commissione
subject to the ap)proval of the Demi
, RTHUR K IBLER is hereby ar
LA nounced as a candidate for Scho<
Commissioner, subject to the result<
I HEREBY announice myself as
.cand idate for tihe otlice of Scho<
Commiissioner for Newberry Count:
subject to the actioni of the people
the Primary Election. I will not I
a ble to meet with the people until aft<
''laying! by~ time," as 1 am actively el
gaged ill farming.
F. W. HIGGINS.
G . SA LE is hereby nominate
. for re-election to the office<
School ConIIliuissionier for~ Newberr
FORl COUNTY AUDITOR.
VWHOUSEALd is hereby ai
V. nunced for relnmination
County Auditor, subject to the primar
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
C OL. A. H. WH EELER is hereb
aninouned for re-nomination
County Treasurer, subject to the pri
mary elect ion.
M, R. J. D). SMITH is hereby at
'L. nlounced as a candidate for Count;
Treasurer. He will a bide tihe result
FOR COUNTY COMMYINSIONERi!
O"'S. WEL LS is hereby nominated a
.a candidate for the office c
County Conmnissioner, and is pledge<
to abide the result of the primar:
election. MANY FRIENDs.
GSAM MOORE is hereby nomi
. nated for the office of'Count'
Commnissioner of Newberry County
subject to the result of the primara
electioni. MANY FRIENDS.
JBEN KEMPSON is hereby an
.nounced as a canldidate for Coun
ty (Comm!issioner, and will abide th<
result of tihe primary. Successful ii
his bulsiness as a farmer, he will serv<
faithfully and acepeltably the public i
called upon to fill the imlportant trust.
MA NY VOTERS.
I HEREBY announce myvself as
candidate for the office of CountI
Conmmissioner, aind pledge myself t<
abide tihe result of tile plrlnary.
JOHN D. BROOKS.
MvrR. EDITOR: Please announc'
.LLmyvname as a candidate for th4
office of County Commissioner, subjec1
to tihe primlary election.
~JAMES J. L ANE.
A Tthe solicitation of my friends,
h.have dlecideCd to annlounlce mysel:
a candidate for tile ottice of County
Conmm11issionler, sub iject to primary
D R. JOHN A. HARMON is hereb'
annmounced for County Comndis
sioner for Newberry County, subjec1
to tile will of the people at the primar)
J OHN N. BASS is hereby nomi
nated for re-election to the office o:
omoe subec-t to the primary election
ICES WILL FETCH IT.
STOCKED, and must unload
10 yards of best Gingham, 10 to 12
rmiants, 9c. Cheap at 12-c.
)undles of Calico and Worsted at
ye must keep knocking.
ntal marked from loc. to 5c., from
18e., from 2:5c. to 12c.
iburg Edging and Inserting sac
to half price.
Sateens down to 12?e.
,E FOR IT.
ia, Bishop, India ;Linaa an
variety of striped checked
s and satin finished
here. The only
ods is the
lover Hamburg and Swiss Em
5c.-worth 50c; Hoi.ry
[ Shoes, and, in fact, everything
be had at
AMPION OF LOW PRICES.
Gorids, Do1s, Shoes
LES! THE OCATION!
THE LOW PRICES!
on! WNe Defy CompetIiool
from our position as the
ry freight train is laden with
ullness which prevailed for
t satisfactory, and our sales
ur gratitude to our patrons.
ope for a continuance in the
our best endeavors to please,
f goods the best selected, the
figures. We would like. to
lented prices, but we are kept
ad the time to get them up.
undersold, as we buy strictly
parenthesis, let us impress
the place !
ses by the car load, and, of '
n these goods are bought in
pecial inducements in this
I bought at bottom figures.
ANE ROW OPE
)F THE PUBLIC.
and comprises a full assort
the novelties of the season'
but we make a specialty of
ioes for Gentlemen,
ete line of
Shoes in Newberry
TION TO OT:R
Both Fur and Straw
NEWBERRY, S. C.
A D VALISL
'I AVARIETY ST9RB,
[ CR YOU WILL BE
id AND MUST HAVE IT,IF LOW PR
n- I have to acknowledge the corn, I am OV E R
Id even at a big sacri
e 1,(H00 yards of WhiteLawn Remnants, 12,(
5c. per yard, worth 8e. yd Re
-',u00 yards of Colored Lawns, Rem- 1731
nants at 3._c. per yard-worth t5;c. I $1 per
There is not help for misfortune, and i
15e. Scoteh Cheviots down to 10c. One
Berges down to 15c. 20c. to
20e. double-width Dress Goods down Han,
to 15e. rifleed
WhiteDressRobes less than half price. 20c.
THOSE PRICES ARE !
BUT THEREIS NO CUI
u WIITE C
_' of every kind, slaughtered, including Victor
French Lawns. The largest and pretties1
Broche, open Plaids, canvas style
white Dress Goods ever brouahl
y surprise about these Z'o
i WHICH ASTONISHES
c Flouncing in Swiss and Oriental, 54 inches, A]
broidery awful cheap. Silk Gloves at
at 10e-worth 20c. Bleaching, E
a- Cottonades, Linens,-Cassin
s Napkins, Scrim Trim
of every kind.
ie M AKE A NOTE
it Parasols, Umbrellas, Shoes, Slippers, Base Bal
that can be found in a No. 1 Racket Store, is to
THE LEADER AND CH
Ihe Wholesale and Retail Dry
- -AND -
CROCERY TRADE O
- WE HAVE THE STOCK! THE STl
E THE CAPITAL! THE ENERCY!
AND, THEREFORE, T
We Claim ths lead! We Like Oppositi
f and under no condition will we budge
th BO88 BJSINESS IIOIJSE (
Every express brings new styles and evi
the latest novelties. Despite the general d
the last month our business has been mos
are 75 per cent. better than we expected.
We desire to openly acknowledge c
r, thanking them for their past favors, and b
ie future, assuring them that we will ever use
n and that they will always find our stock c
d best quality and at the very lowest bottom
er quote t you some of ourstartling, unprece
so very busy that we actually cannot fi
SRembember that we will not, cannot be
for cash, and consequently can offer you ev
rFinally, in conclusion, and by way of
- this one fact upon your mind: Don't forget
nWe handle Bacon, Flour and Molas
rcourse, our prices are much lower than wh<
,$ smaller lots; in fact, we can offer you
~, department, as our goods are all fresh an<
h COME AND SEE US.
~FLIYD & P
1888. SPIN OE
*OUR NW SPING GOODS
FOR THE INSPECTION 4
This stock has been selected with care,
>f ment of all classes of goods and contains al]
Remember that we keep a
tand we guarantee to sell as cheap as any
Our stock comprises all price goods
-Medium and Fine Goods. Sole Agents for
SStrouse & Bros. Fine,Tailor-n
Chas. Heiser's Fine S]
Zeigler Bros. Fine Shoes fo:
I ~We have the most conmpi
YLadies, Misses and Children's
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTE3
y BOYS' AND CHILDREN
An Endless Variety of Hats,I
SSMVITH & M
B. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
!I. FOOT, ii
BOODlS A T LOIl
YOU WILL SAY
__ .DRY GO
BOOT~ AND NHOES
VHD I FuLL LINE OFCOODS KEJI