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Local and Special.
BATIsT-P.ev. C. P. scott. pastor. preaching
n, t Sunday at 11 a. ti. anit 7 -i p. tn- snn
dn schiool at 3:30 p. tn . MIr. . n. Carwile,
Superinteniietit. Pr .yer tueeting we instlay
at 7:3(1 p in.
LUTHECAS-- R'-v. w. C. scha. tr,-. pa tor.
Preachiae n.-xt sunelay l>) the li or. at i1
a. in antl 7 45 p. in. unlav eho..1 at 9:30 a.
in , Dr. W tii tave. Hsueal, r. uje-- itete-lernt.
Prayer uet-ttg LFriday at 7:45 p>. n
MsETUI>ST-Itev. .1. 1. .tok,'y. iia t1or.
Preaching b% the pea" or at 11 a u1 a:.,l ::15
p. in. Sunday xcioul at 4 p iii.. Mr. Jui w.
Chaputai. u,.erie Lndt-nt. Prayer utre-Iit
at 7:15 p. in.
A. R. PiEMYTEICIA%-Rev. E. P. McClinto."k.
pastor. service next Sttu,l,y by the pad tr
at 11 a. in. Sundiay seh,1r at 9::e a. In., .Mr. 11.
A. Carlisle, Sup-rinstendet.t. Pray.-r iteeti.g
Thursday at 7:15 p. in. Mi-sionary sociu-ty
W.duesday at s p. in.. Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tu..,,ay at 5 p in.. Mrs. C.
EPirCoPAL-Rev. W. U. Hanckel,. ector.
Service by the rector every third Sunday at
11 a. in. and 4:.0 p. ti Lay readin~g by Mr. N.
B. Mazyck at 11 a. t.i.
PRESBIYTERIAN-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at It a. In:. and 7:l5
p. n. Sunday school at 3::t0 p. in., Mr. W. E
Peitam. buperi'tendent. Pray cr iuertictig
Wednesday at 7.15 p. i.
on draught, by gallon and by the bar
reI, at Peiham's. tf.
St. Paul's Picnic.
The Ladies Missionary Society of St
Paul's church will give a picnic at Po
maria on Saturday, the 21st of July.
Atiresses will be delivered by several
Oil, Paints and Art material of every
tf. HUNT's BOOK STORE.
Glenn Springs Water, just received
and for sale by ease or bottle, by P.
Rolbertson, Phsariacist, opposite the
Captain J. C. Myers has placed on
our desk cotton bolls as large as a
guinea's egg. taken from his cotton
farm in Edgetield, near Ninety-Six,
Good Writing Paper at 4e a quire, at
J. W. Chapman's.
SCHooL CRAYON.-Having bought
a large supply we can afford to sell
cheap. Call and examine at Hunt'
Book Store. tf
Good Paper at (~>c a ream, at J. W
Pianos and Orgrans at Factory
Prices. Freight paid. Book and
stool free. No interest. Money not
required until November. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Write for particulars.
L. A. HAWKIYS,
-Newberry, S. C.
The 35th anniversary of the organi
zation of the Lutheran congregation,
which was to hve been held on Tues
day night, was p-estpo)ned on account
of inclement weather, and will be held
to-night, Thursday. There will be fl(
further postponement, and the pro.
gramme will be carried out.
Remember that Wright & J.W. Cop
pock give a discount of ten per cent,
from regular prices on all cash sales.tfi
Confections, Caies and Crackers al
ways fresh at S. B. JONEs. tf.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 2.5 cents.
Fine Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars
etc.,. Bass' Pale Ale and Guinness':
stout Porter for sale by
]t. [LEY W. FANT.
There will be a meeting in the in
terest of mlissions at Enoree Bap)tis
church on Saturday, 14th inst., at 3.3t
p. mi. This meeting will be held unde:
the auspices of the Woman's Mission
- ary Society. Subject for the occasion
China. Short talks and papers witt
service of song and prayer. Whol<
service to last about one hour and a half
F .J. D. HicooiNs, Pastor.
Scomnfortab,le and conveniently situ
ated three-roomed house. Termis easy
Apply at this office. tf
WVANTED.-An activ~e, energetic man
to represent us as sales-agent in thi
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
The larLrest Retail Clothing House ii
If you have orgaized/A4 or think u
organiziniga Base Ball Club it will h
to your advantage to go to Hunmt's Bool
Store and get their special rates to Bats
Ball C'lubs. tif.
Professorshi p Accepted.
Mr. Jas. P. Kinard, who has taugh
the Newberry Male Academy accepta
bly for the past two years, has accepte
the position of Assistant Profossor o
English in the Citadel Academy, Cha
leston. Newberry regrets to lose sue]
a worthy young mxan as Mr. Kinard
btut we will be glad to see himt do wel
wherever he may go. He is a graduati
of the Citadel.
Hadlow. Charlie! Have yo beel
spendling the winter in Mexico? Naw
beeni to Wright & Coppock's: couldnl'
Shannon Files,eheap, at Hunt's Bool
Wright & J. W. (Coppock's is th
place to get yourt Clothing if yott wani
to get the worth of your money. tf
Base-balls from5 c. to $1 .504, at Hunt
Book Store. tf.
Cr'squet Sets. Hamnunocks, Fish ing
tackles, etc., at Hunt's Book Store. t:
Wright & J. W. ('oppock's line
Gents' Neckwear is just awfully nict
Thlat is what the ladies say, i. e., thm
best looking ones. tf
The County (Conmmissioners hell
their regular monthly meeting on las
Saturday. Nothing of public interes
was done except the levying of th
special railroad tax in Townships 4, 9.
and 1ito meet the interest on the rai
road subscriptions of these Township:
FOR THE THREE C's.
In No. s Township, 4i mills.
In No. 1 Township, 21 mills.
In No. 4 Township. 4 mills.
In No. 9I Townlship, 2 mil.
In No. 1 Township. i mills.
Everyone should see Wright & J. X%
Coppock's UTn derweamr b efore purcha:
ing. It is as comftortable as ornainlel
tal. This is saying much, but 'tis truw
THE BOARD OF TRADE.
Permanent Organization Effected-Election
of Officers and Couzinittees-The Com
rnittees Organized and Ready for
A nice-ting was held on last Friday
afternoon in ' -1uncil (ham beis to coin
plete the organization of a Ioard of
Trade for Newherrv. About one huni
dred business nien had j;ined :l a
li 1"laicnt organization wasetletcd Ib
the ao(lotio!i of a coistitutioii anl the
elect loll of the fl lowing oltit-ers
Jon . PIeoples, Presidet: Dr. James
Melntosi, Vice President; Elbert H.
A ull, Secretary and Treasurer. Execti
tive (oinmittee: (eorge McWhirter, J.
N.'Martin, It. II. Wright, R. H. \Vearn,
W. 1'. Tarrant. Railroad and High
way Connuittee: S. P. Boozer, E. M.
Evans and L. \V. Floyd.
The regular meetings of the Board
are fixed for the third Monday of each
month. The next meeting will there
fore be held next Monday afternoon,
and all who have joined should reieni
her this and attend.
The matter of Newberry making an1
exhibit at the Augusta exposition this
fall was referred to the executive coi
niittee. The two committees have met
and organized ana are now ready for
The Executive Comniittee of the
New berry Board of Trade met and or
ganized Tuesday afternoon. W. T.
Tarrant was elected chairman and I. H.
This conunittee is now realy to at
tend to any matters of iiportanc"e (on
eerling the interests of the town of
.ewberrv. Another ieeting will Ie
held on Friday afternoon.
lAILIRoAi) AN U 10111 wAY cMMITTEI:.
This committee, consisting of S. P.
Boozer, L. W. Floyd and E. . Evans,
appointed by the Board of Trade on
railroads and highways, organized by
electing S. P. Boozer chairman, and E.
M. Evans, secretary, and are now
ready to receive any information, sug
gestion or complaint that may properly
come before them.
The organization is niow% ready for
effectual work for the advancement of
our town, and we believe they will in
every way legitimately advance our
LooK HERE! J. S. Russell sells eight
cakes of Colgate's Soap for 25 cents.
Crockeryware, glassware, lamps, boots,
shoes, hats, trunks, valises, and a gen
eral stock of Dry Goods and Uroceries,
all low down for cash. Give him a trial
and be convinced. Satisfaction guar
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.
Added to My Gallery.
Another fine new Back-ground
Scenery and the new Scroll-Negative
Printing so as to give better variety anid
finer relief in the artistic finish o1
Also a tine assortment of the lsetst
styles of picture frames and mats 1c
nmeet the taste of my customl ?rs.
tf. Newberry, S. C.
The union services next Sunday
night will be held at the M1ethodist
church, and the sermlon will be preach.
ed by Rev. J. T. Chalmers, of Winns
boro, S. C.
The Sacrament of the Lord's SuppIel
will be administered in the Thlompsor
street church next Sabbath. The ser
vics iln connection with this service
will begin on Friday (tomiorrowv) nIighlt
with preaching by Rev. J1. T. Chalners.
MIr. ChIahn ers will also p)rea('h inl thi:
church on Saturday and Sabbath mlorn.l
T1he public is inlvited to all thest
Writin. paper at :3 cents a qjuire a
Hunt's Book Store.
Wright & J. W. Coppock have goti
-big stock, and they are going to selli
or give it awvay. MIwk f/he. tf
Dlon't forget that D). B. WVheeler ha:
on hland( at reasonable p)rics thle D)o
mesti(, Davis and the New H-omec Sew
Whlo keeps) tile nicest stock oft H-ats ii
Newhierry? Wright & J. WV. C'oppock
IGo and( see themi and bie conlvined. tif
MIore of those Oxford Bibles, at J. WV
The Lutheran Visitor Cornpany.
A charter hlas beenl obtained fron
the Secretary of State for the Luthernu
Visitor Company, of Newberry. Th
tincorporators are Elbert H. Aull an<i
-William P. Hou.seal. The capital stoe]
Iis S1->0O divided into sixty shares (of th
rpar value of twenty five dollars each al
- of which has been subiscribedI and pai<
ill. The company was organlizedl b;
electing Rev. J. Ha wkins, D. D)., presi
ldent, and E. H. Aull, secretary, anl
tile following Board of Directors: Rex
J. Hawkins, D. D., Rev. WX. C. Sebanel
fer, WXm. P. Holuseal and E. H. Auli.
The directors elected Rev. .J. Haw~
kinls, president, Wmn. P. Houseal, busi
ness manager andt E. H. Aull,secretar;
and treasurer; Rev. J. Hawkins,editor
anid Revs. F. XW. E. Peschau and W~
C. Sehaeffer, associate editoirs.
tLady Florence's Trooth and Mout]
WashI, anI elegant and safe pirep)arati(il
for preserving and beautifying th
Steeth andl strengthening the gum.-.
For sale at Ro)bertson's D)rug Store, oi:
posite the Post Office. t f.
'rie best tonic for weak and delicat
fclhlren, and also tile best remledy fo
cotughs and( colds, is Cod Liver Oil,'wviti
SHypophosphites. Prepared lby I
Robertson, pharmaeist, oppilosite thl
Post Office. tf.
The following are the appoint ment
Sfor the coiunty campaign:
Townhshlip 2-Wadlington's, J uly 1
4 Trownship 3- , July 20.
.. Townlshlip 4-Cromier's Store, July 2
. TownhlS ip 5-Jalapa, July 27.
Township G-Lonlgshore's Store, .1 ul
'Townshlip 7-WXihllis' Store. A11
Tow~nship II-Prosperity, A ugut 1
Towr~nship 10l-St. Paul's ('hurei
A tugust 14.
TIownshlipi I -Zion Academy. A t
- gust 17.
~Township 1-Newvherry, August -
.The candidates will be expected to I
at these places arid address. the.peopi
h'le Court of ( re'ral Sessions was
('onVened here onilndy Jud"e L. D).
WVitiersy >on p,residingl. There was a
full at te:nla:ie cof grandl jurors. Solie
itor Dut:can handed out the following
bills. IIn all of whic"h the graud jury
returned true bills.
State vs >)ouglas ('olemnan, murder.
State vs Fed Hodge, alias Fed Hop,
ki:s, burgary :i(l lareeny.
-taltl' s Lou A<h:Ils, houmsebrea("kinlg
State vs M1k M. Satterwhite, earry
ing :;ceail weapnils.
Stat' vs c . Plair, rrying lis
tol co ncaled.
Pierce Perry leaded gutnty of eow
stealing nid was sentenced to one year
in the penitentiary.
State vs Julius W'allace, lartny.
On oation of Solicitor Dum-an this
case was remanded to Trial Justice
Blease to be disposed of by htim.
Fed 14odge, alias Hopkins. pleaded
guilty of Ibnrglary, but the .Judge (lid
not nueceJt the plea, and a jury was eu
p:tlnelied1 and rendered a verdiet of
gu)y. IIodge was sentenecd to the
penitelti:tr for the whole of Iiis nat
Lou Anis was found guilty of
housebreaking and lareeny and sen
tenced to three months in the county
The case- against Mack M. Satter
white and Sat lair for carrying pis
tols conecaled, were continued by tile
defendants upoi paymni-lt of eosts.
'l'he case against )ouglas Coleman ff:
iurler was also continued lIb the de
The case against William Miurphy
for trmrder, eoitinued friom last court,
w:s tried on Tueslay. The jury re:
dered a verdiet of not guilty. 3Iurphy
was charged with the killing of Mr.
John F. Oxner last October. le was
tried last November and the jury failed
to agree and a mistrial was ordered.
State vs TIhos. Thompson, for violat
ing a eontract, was heard on appeal.
The contract was a verbal contract.
The appeal was sustained and the case
ile grand jury tinished their work
on Jlonday and were discharged.
'T'he Court of Sess as was adjourned
on Tuiesday afternoon and the juries
i';asE:'1-:T OF ,Aa.x1 . JURi.
o'TuHi CARoLINA. J
7o Iis honor 1. D. Withcrspoon, Judge
The grand jury would beg to report
that we have passed on all the bills
handed to us by the Solicitor, and have
nothing of importance to report. But
would respectfully call the attention of
the Court to certain portions of the
public highways. viz: That a new
bridge should be built across Big Creek
on the Harmon Quarter Road; this be
ing a road newly opened, and the old
bridge was left and is conlsidlered unl
safe; a!so piece of road and bridge on
Columbia road, at or near W. D). Rea
gan's, known as the Caldwe'! Hill, thle
samle beinig ini an almlost implaissable
condition; also that, the branch thlat
c'rosses the roadl on the east side of E.
C. Longshiore's hlouse hats taLken the
roadl; also t wo bridges on the road from
New berry to Prosperity; and that all
the public roads should be kept their
proper width. All of wiich is
J. C. S. Browni, Foreman; 3M. A.
Rtenwick, Geuo. M. Shlealy, J1. A. Bo(
1land1, L. M1. Sp)eers, J1. C. Giary, A. J1. 5.
Lanigford, D). Werts, M. D). Waruer,
Geo. P. D)omiiniek, .J. P. (Cannon01, Jacob
Epting, O. P. Harris, Jos. ( aldwell,
Geo. 1. W\ilsoni, A. WX. Buindriek, D).
I'pon(1 heiaring tIle p)resenltimnt of the~
grand jury maI~de to tIle Court at the
D uncan, Solicitor, it is orderedI thlat a
relaites to the coilitioin of tIle pulic
highways and( biridges of Newberry
Co~unty be served by tIme (lerk (If the~
Court upon01 thle Board of County Comil
miiissioners1 Of Newberry (ounty.
I. ID. WXrrwnsl'(oo,
July 10, 1888.
I i'io wvant a tirst-elass Sewing Man
chine, call (il D). I . Whieeler on1 Friend(
street. inext dooi(r to Dri. Popel's otli(ce. t:
NI.:w DRit (Goolis and Ladies Shoet
lower thanU ever, at Ji. S. Russell's.
Ice H ouse oplenl Sui's S to 91 a. m.i
1:2 to 1 p. ml. andl 6i to 7 p. m1.
ttf. S. B. .JON :S.
C nor m,W hror No x Cot-on a:d Bron.
ch.it i inunediately reLieved by Shliloh'
For' a goo'd qu:atity of Tea (call 01
t f. S. Il. .J(IN:5.
S-taffoird's Copying In1k at lutt
Book Store. tf.
Shannon l'ile, at .I. W. Chiqanin's
Y. 3M. O. A. Gospel 31eeting.
In Johln i:40-41 we read that as so(o1
as Andrew had found tIle Savior, lie
Ithe first thling lhe did. hunted up hi:
brother, and said to himi, "WXe hlav<
found tIhe 3Messiahl," and the record i:
that "lHe brought him to .Jesus."
Now, younlg mlan, suppose you tr'
this plan. On nlext Thlursdlay at 8.11
p. m1., and oni Sunday evening, a quar
- rA after six o'clock, there will 1)e ser
viceW4s iln the roomlIs of tihe Yun1g Men'
Christian Assoiaitionl. Comec to thi
meeting yourself, and bring with yoi
s>m youn'( tlg frienld. You may be as
sure'd of a wVelcomle anid a lea(isant timie
Comle! JNo. Tr.NicHioLA.s,
(CATAIRRH ('URE:i, health andl( swev
-breathl securedi, by Shiloh's (atarrl
Remuedv. Price 50i -cents. Nasal In
For Base-halls, Bats, Caps, Belts
31asks, Gloves, ete., go toI H uint's Bool
FINR. PERFU'.\ERY. - Heliotropf
WhIite Rose, 31arguierite, Stephanoti.
Ascenlsion lily, P'armez'/anI Violet, al
hlandkerchiief extracts of quadrul
q (uality. If you wishl somlethling e'r
pIecially elegant, try thlemi. Doni't coir
founid these with the cheap -25c. e<
logues, nol(toriously inferior with itl
complIetenlt to mai~ke compllarisonl. (al
.at PelhIama's Drugstore. tf.
-Sami Jonies is nowI~ furiiishinig Ie
Creami, Soda Water and M1ilk Shlake
that is unexeelled. We know it to bi
Ituix Papekr-. at .1. XX. t'haplan:u
Turii i eed.. T urni p See<ds. Rut.
- bai:ga, Early iat I )uteli, Ried or Purpl
Topt, A mh1 er G lob e. YelIlow A blerdet
31ainnnthI (Globe, (;olden Htall an
'othler varietie- just recived amnd fo r satl
e at Roerts.om's Drug Store, opposite thi
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See notice of tax sale in thisissue, by
See the notice of Mr. .J. S. -lair, pub
Last Sunday was one of the hottest
days of the season.
Will \urphy was defended by l'. I.
Itagsdale and M. A. Carlisle.
We have heard notling of the New
hiy Rifles going to the 1Ec.rpillmieit
.lr. Thos. W. Hutchison will give a
barbecue at Wadlington next Tuesday.
e notice iii this plaper.
The Newberry Cornet Band will fur
nish the music for the Reunion at Lit
tle Mountain next Wednesday.
Mr. 1). 0. Herbert, postofice inspec
tor, has been ordered to California and
now has his headquarters in San Fran
'Th'e rock on the culvert over Scott's
Creek have all been removed and work
is prog,ressing on a roek wall on either
side of the streami.
The dwelling and furniture of Mr.
Robert Moormian, whose dwelling was
burned lttst Wednesday, were insured
with Mr. J. F. Glenn's agency for W00.
Mr. S. S. Langford's horse ran away
with his dray on Tuesday, starting at
the depot. -The wagon was torn to
pieces, fortunately no one was seriously
It would be a good idea for the Exee
utive Committee to secure the services
of the Newherry Cornet Baud to fur
Dish music for the County campaign.
It would add life and zest to the exer
The Lutheran l Reunion at Lii tle
Moittain will be held next, \Wednesday,
July I. A niee time is expected. Every
body from the whole country will be
ther.. A number will go from New
The freight depot at this place has
hud a new set of doors put in, the old
ones having been removed as being
insecure. The doors are on rollers and
are known as the Richmond and Dan
ville standard door.
The interprise fire conpany (colored)
of Columbia, were in Newberry yester
day. Addresses of welcome to the fire
inca were delivered by W. H. Hunt,
Jr., President of the Excelsiors, S. J.
Mc('aughrin and others.
The military companies from Char
leston will go up to Greenville on the
2:k, passing Newberry at 11.30 a. mt.
The Columbia companies will go the
same day on the regular train. What
day will the Newberry Rifles leave?
Col. 0. L. Sehumpert has three ap
pointments to speak in Laurens this
week. To-night he will deliver an ad
dress at Waterloo, to-morrow at Prince
ton High School, and Saturday morn
ing at Shady Grove. New berry is glad
to know he is making friends and votes.
Wec expect hirn to be our next Solicitor.
Mr. W. F. Irby, of Goldville, had a
wvarrant taken out before Justie
Bilease on Monday for General Graham,
for receiving stolen goods. Jinm Ham
ilton has had Mary Graham arrested
for stealing the watch and ear-rings of
Mr. Irby, found in possession of Grm
ham. Both are in jail, and the watch
aindecar-rings are in the possession of
Col. I. ( . McKissick, of U'nion, was
in townm yesterday.
Mrs. W. T. Tarrant is visiting rela
tives in Batesburg.
M\iss Mat tie Mcintosh will leave niext
Monday for the sunnner.
Mrs. J. W. Hlumbert hats returned to
her home in Orangeburg.
Miss Maudle Boozer left last week to
visit relatives in Summerville.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D). Smith left yes
terday on a visit to Spartanburg.
Miss l at tie McCaughrin is on a visit
to Mrs. .J. P. Gibson, at Concord, N. C.
.Mrs. Thos. F. Harmon has returned
fronm a visit to her mtot her ini Fairfield
E. B. Ragsdale, Esq., of Winshboro,
has been ini attendance upon Court this
Mr.. WV. A. Law, court stenmographer,
left on yesterdaty for his home in Spar
Miss Bessie Wheeler has returned
home from H agerstown Fenmale Semi
'adet JIenkins Robertson, son of Mr.
H. C. Robertson, is home from the
Messrs Henry H. Blease and Colie
L. Blease are off' this week on a visit to
Mr. John 0. Peoples leaves to-day for
ihis summer trip to Anderson, and to
the mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. M. Foot is expectedl home to-day
from a visit to Charleston. He will be
acconmpanied by his daughter, Mrs. J.
Misses Aylette aud1 Celia Chalmers,
daughters of Mr. .J. 1). Chalmers, of
Abbeville, are visiting Miss Beta
Prof. T. H. Drehter left Friday for
Glenn Sprgs. lie will visit his old
home in Lexington before returning tc
(Col. D)avid .Johmnson, of Union, andi
Mr. Stanyarne Wilson, of Spartan burg,
cand(idates for Solicitor, have been ill
towvn this week.
Mrs. Sallie Levis. of Tocoa, Ga., wa'
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. C. Sum.
nmr, of Helena, a few days ago. Sho
wa accompaniedl by her two brighi
and( p)retty little daughters.
Mr. R. F. Bryant, of Orangeburg
acc.ompanied byhi brother, arrived ir
- Newherry yesterdayv. He takes aLwa)
~ with him this morning, as his bride
I one of Newberry's fair daughters, Misi
I Alhmna Kibler.
SumiLon'S VrrAuzEnm is what yot
e. needI for Constipation, Loss of A ppetite
1)izziness amnd all symnptomis of D)ys
I! pepsia. P'ri'-e 10 and 75 eents per hot
, ITHAT HLACK mM; ('ou(; can best4
I quiickly cured hv Shiloh's Cure. W<
.. WILL YOr SUFFER with Dvspepisi:
e and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's \ ita
,lizer is guaranteed to cure you.
e Ss-e:PLass NmGHTs, made miserabi
e by that tefrible cough. Shiloh's Cur,
is the Remedy for you..
Miss Janie Gibson, of Leesville, is
visiting relatives in and about town.
Lumber is being hauled for the con- w
templated residence of Mr. J. H. Hun-: of th
The Mi.sses Kinard, of Ninety-Six, abid
are visiting their sister, Mrs. J. W. I
Mliss 3iniie MIonts, who has been (le
splnding some tirme with Miss Leila gest<
Wheeler, returned home last week.
A little child of Mr. John Switten- jF
berg was buried at Mt. Tabor last Sun- U
day, Rev. C. A. Marks preached the Dewt
The question of the female college abidi
here has been postponed. We regret FN
this, but hope soon to see a different FOR
phae.'e of the situation.
Crops are needing rain. A gentle for a
shower yesterday evening had the ten- tive
delley to cool the atmosphere slightly, of th
but we need more rain.
The verdict of the jury and sentence H
of the judge in the case of the State vs. prin
Fed Hodge alias Fed Hopkins, the -
outlaw and desperado, gives universal 0I
The thermometer and the candidates tive
seem to be rivals in the contest to reach of tl:
the highest point. On Sunday last the
thermometer r^gistered 102 degrees in C(
the shade. Think how hot a candidate date
would become when exposed to the sub
Men who make money always keep ~
their business before the public, and
we know of no better way than by ad- R
vertising. See the contrast between the ry C
man who keeps his business before the tion
p)ublic and the man who is satisfied by
remaining sereenel behind his next
door neighbor. She
The election of teachers for the Pros- will
perity High School for the next scholas- alw:
tic year, resulted as follows: Rev. A. J. I11 1
Bowers, principal; Mr. J. B. Edwards,
of Due Vest, first assistant; Miss Lil- -
lian L. Luther, of Prosperity, second
assistant. We are sure the school will and
prosper under their able management. prin
_ _ cred
County Sunday School Convention. yeal
The following is the programme aga
adopted for the County Sunday-school
Convention, to be held at New Chapel T
Church Tuesday and Wednesday, July
24 and 25, 1888: elec
FIRST DAY-MORNING SESSION.
1. Devotional exercises at 10 p. ni.
3. Reports from Sunday-schools of
the county. dat4
AFTERNOON SESSION. toi
1. Devotional exercises 15 minutes. Bo
2. How to secure a proper interest of Ritl
the adult member of the churches and and
congregations in the Sunday-schools? mal
Discussion to. be opened by Rev. J. L. We
Stokes, delegate from Cross Roads and mai
delegate from Soule (hapel Sunday
schools. ~ ~
3. Teachers' Meetings. Ought they to el
be held? 'How best conducted? Dis- tbe
cussion opened by Rev. W. J. Lang- to t
ston, delegate from Trinity and delegate j7
from Mount Zion Sunday-schools.
SECOND DAY-MORNING SESSION.
1. Devotional exercises 15 minutes. for
2. How to mianage scholars while sub
p)resent? Discussion to be opened by er
Rev. M. M. Brabham, delegate fromA
Enoree and delegate from Mt. Bethel f
3. How to reach scholars while ab
sent? Discussion to be opened by Rev.
W. C. Schaeffer, delegate from Thomip- ~
son street church and (delegate from sut
Newberry Methodist Sunday-schools. the
A FTE RNoON SESSION. a1bl
1. Devotional exercises 15 minutes.
2. How ought the Superintendent ga
and teachers to be elected? Discussion -
to be opened by Rev. WV. B. Elkin, del
egate from A. R. P. church Sunday- se
schools, Prosperity. Co:
3. Grading classes. How best done? -
Discussion to be opened by Rev. M. J.
Epting, delegato from St. Paul's and
delegate from Bethlehem Sunday- Co
The union of the 4th section of thec
Reedy River Association wvill'meet .
with the church at Maybinton, Fridlay Co
before the 5th Sunday, inst.
11 a. m.-Prayer Meeting-Rev. J. D).
11.30.-introductory Sermon-Rev. thi
WV. B. Elkin.
1.15 p. mi.-Service of Song-Rev. WV.
1.0 - i c si n Self Evidencing
Nature of Christianity-D). A.Swindler, ~
Rev. B. F. Corley- res
2.30.-Duty of Baptists to the Minis
terial students of Fnrmnan University
Rev. J. D. Huggins, J. S. Dominick. .
3.30.-Service of Song-Rev. WV. J. re
3.45.-Paper on Woman's Missionary tio
Societies-Miss Beta Leavell.
9.30 a. m.-Prayer Meeting-Col. J.
R. Leavell. s
10.--Home Missions-J. R. Irwin,
Robt. G. WVallace.(
10.30.-State Missions-M. WVerts, Co
Eugene Longshore- to
11.-Sermon; Regeneration-Rev. B. ele
1.15 p. mm.-Forei gn Missions-F. N.
Caimnes, A. P. Davis. Co
2.30.-Service of Song-Rev. J. D. sul
2.4.5-Sorme difTe?rences between Bap- -
tists and pedo-Baptists- Rev. WV. J.J
Langston. Hat qlueries. t
4.45.-A djourn. t
10 a.mn.-Sunday-school Mass Meet- fai
ing. Discussions; The Sunday-school ea
Treacher-Silas Walker, Rev.. WV. B.
11.15.-Missionary Sermon-Rev. C.T
P. Scott or Rev. J. B. Parrott. Collec- 1
tion for State Missions. U
1.30 p. mi.-Sermon-Rev. WV. J. ab
Bring G;ospel Hymns.
XV . Secretary.
Mrs. Harriet Epting died at her -
home near Maybinton on the 9th inst.,
agedl about 655 years.
Thie youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. n
J1. TV. Mayes dlied 1oth inst.. aged one ,
- ..AdvertIsed Letter.
POS'r OmcE, Nm.WnE,-:v S. C. .
List of letters unclairned and a<ivertse~d
July 10i. 1i8s.
tGary. Fred & Ike Mcllwain. Simon t?
Hughes. Miss Lizzie Richey, Miss Ida el
Hiram. Miss Lilla Ropp. Mrs BIarrlett
Hood, Jared B. werts, Miss Alice
Hutto, Dr. W. D. w ilson. -.. .
wviison, .Samnuei N.
SPersons calling for these letters will please
-say that they were advertise.
E. S. HERB:RT, P.M. C'
FOR THE SENATE.
the Democratic Voters of New
berry County: Responding to a
expressed by citizens from all parts
e county, I hereby announce my
is a candidate for the Senate at the
ng election, p?,-dging myself to
the result of the primary election.
;hall with great pleasure hereafter
expression to my views on the ]
tions now at issue before the peo
umd on such others as shall be sug
%d for their consideration.
tespectfully, Y. J. POPE.
FFERSON A SLIGH is hereby
mlnounced for re-nomination at the
ocratic primary election, to repre
the people of Newberry Count- in
State Senate, and is pledged to
the result of said election.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MALCOLM JOHNSTONE is
hereby announced as a candidate
seat in the House of Representa
and is pledged to abide the result
e primary election.
T. C. HUNTER is hereby noni
nated as a candidate for the
se of Representatives, subject to
EORGE S. MOWER is hereby
nominated to represent Newberry
ity in the House of Representa
, and is pledged to abide the result
e primary election.
)LE. LIVINGSTON BLEASE
is hereby announced as a candi
for the House of Representatives,
yct to the primary election.
FOR SH ERIFF.1
F BT. T. CALDWELL is hereby
nominated for Sheriti of N ewber
ounty, subject to the primary elee
rARREN G. PETERSON is here
by nominated for the otfiee of
'i; subject to the primary election.
members of the 3rd S. C. Regim' tit
remember him as a man who vas
Lys to be found at the pxst of duty.
eace as in war, he is ever faithful
r W. RISER is hereby announe
ed as a candidate for Sheriff,
pledged to abide the result of the
iary. He has filled the position
1 great acceptance to the people and
it +o himself during the past four
s, and we desire to put him there
n. MANY VOTERS.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
LCOB B. FELLERS is hereby
nominated as a candidate for re
Lion to the office of Probate Judge,
ect to the primary election.
CLERK OF COURT.
HE many friends of Mr. C. F.
BOYD announce him as a candi
for Clerk of Court, and pledge him
bide the result of the primary. Mr.
d left New berry College when nine
years old and entered the Quitman
es, a company formed in Newberry,
served through the war with
ked valor. Was shot through the
lung at the battle of Cedar Creek.
bespeak for him the support of his
y friends throughout the county.
)HN M. KINARD is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for Clerk of
Court for Newberry County, subject
le primary election.
l)R SCHOOL COMIk,IONER.
TE are authorized to announce J.
SECALW LLas a candidate
the office of School Commissioner,
ject to the approval of the Demo
RTHUR KIBLER is hereby an
Snounced as a candidate for School
nimissioner, subject to the result of
HELREBY announce myself as a
candidate for the otlice of School
nmissioner for Newberry County,
ject to the action of the people at
Primary Election. I will not be
e to meet with the people until after
ying by timne," as I anm actively en
~ed in farming. *H GIS
I G. SALE is hereby niominated
. for re-election to the office of
iool Conmmissioner for Newberry
FOR COU'NTY AUD1ITOR.
~W. HOUSEAL is hereby an
.nounced for renominationi as
anty Auditor, subject to the prinmary
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
IOL. A. H. WHEELER is hereby
/anounced for re-nomination as
unty Treasurer, subject to the pri
R. J. D. SMITH is hereby an
Lnounced as acandidate for County
nsurer. He will abide the result of
prinary. MANY YoTERs.
Rt COUNTY COMM3ISSIONERS.
LBERT C. SLIG H is hereby an
L nounced as a candidate for County
mimissioner and pledged to abide the
ult of the primary election..
iHE friends of S. BEAURIE A ULL
.announce him a candlidate for
election to the office of County Comn
ssioner-subjeet to the primiary elc
ni. MANY VoTrERs.
SE are authorized to announce
ROBERT B. HOLMANn as
ididate for County Commissioner,
ject to the primary election.
S. WEL LS is hereby nominated as
a candidate for the office of
unty Commissioner, arid is pledged
abide the result of the primary
tion. MANY FRIENDS.
1 SAM MOORE is hereby nomi
(~. nated for the office of Counity
nmnissioner of Newberry County,
>ject to the result of the primary
etion. MANY FRI ENLS.
BEN KEMPSON is hereby an
. nounced as a candidate for Coun
Commissioner, arid will abide the
ut of the primary. Successful in
business as a farmer, lie will serve
thfully and acceptably the public if
led upon to fill the important trust.
HEREBY announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
mmissioner, and pledge myself to
ide the result of the primary.
JOHN D). BROOKS.
ifR. ED)ITOR: Plea.se annlounce
Lmy name as a candidate for the
ice of County Comimissioner, subject
the primary election.
JAMES J. LANE.
T.' the slicitationr of my friends, I
have dIecided tol anno1(unce myiself
candidate for the omeIe oIf (ounty
nimmissioner, subIject to primiary
GEORGE A. ROPP.
). JOUN A. H ARMON is hereb3
annIIouncedl for County Commniis
mer for Newberry County, subject
the will of the people at the primiary
OHN N. BASS is hereby nomi
nated for re-election to the office os
)roner, subject to the primary election
DON'T HE E
CR YOU WILL BE
I WANT TH
AND MUST HAVE IT,IF LOW PR
have to acknowledge the corn, I am OV E R,
even at a big sacri:
1,000 yards of WhiteLawn Remnants, 12,0(
e. per yard, wortli 8c. yd Re:
,M00 yards of Colored Lawns, Rem- 1731
lants at 3._e. per yard-worth 61c. S per
There is not help for misfortune, and t
bc. Scotelf Clieviots down to 10e. One
13erges dowii to 15c. I20e. to
'Oc. double-width Dress Goods down HaI
o 15e. riticed
White DressRobes less than half price. 20c.
THOSE PRICES ARE f
BUT THERE IS NO CUI
)f every kind, slaughtered, including Victor
Ireinch Lawns. The largest and pretties
Broche, open Plaids, canvas style
white Dress Goods ever brough
surprise about these GC
Flouncing in Swiss and Oriental, .54 inches, A
broidery awful cheap. Silk Gloves at:
at 10c-worth 20c. Bleaching, ;
Cottonades, Linens, Cassin
Napkins, Scrim Prirr
of every kind
MAK A N OTE
Parasols, I iihrellas, Shoes, Slippers, Base Bal
that ean hie found in a No. I Racket Store, is t<
THE LEADER AND CE
Ihe Wihoesae and RItai1 Dr
CROCEt Y TRADE 0
WE HAVE THE STOCK! THE ST
THE CAPITAL! THE ENERCY
AND, THEREFORE. i
WeClaim fht Iead! Ye like Opposi
and under no condition will we budgi
BOSS BUSINESS IIOUSE
Every express brings new styles and e,
the latest novelties. Despite the general
the last month our business has been mc
are 75 per cent. better than we expected.
We desire to openly acknowledge
thanking them for their past favors, and
future, assuring them that we will ever usi
and that they will always find our stock
best quality and at the very lowest botton
quote to you some of ourstartling. unprec
so very busy that we actually cannot:
Rembember that we will not, cannot be
for cash, and consequently can offer you e
Finally, in conclusion, and by way o
this one fact upon your mind: Don't forg4
We handle Bacon, Flour and Mol
course, our prices are much lower than wi
smaller lots; in fact, we can offer you
department, as our goods are all fresh a:
COME AND SEE US.
1888. SPIN OF]
FOR THE INSPECT.LON
This stock has been selected with car
ment-of all classes of goods and contains
Remember that we keep a
and we guarantee to sell as cheap as any
Our stock comprises all price goo<
Medium and Fine Goods. Sole Agents f
Strouse & Bros. Fine Tailor
Chos. Heiser's Fine E
Zeigler Bros. Fine Shoes f
Wc have the most con
Ladies, Misses and Children
WE CA LL SPECIAL ATT:
BOYS' AND CHILDRE
An Endless Variety of H aF
N.EOKWE AR I
B. H.:Cline'szold Stand, E
UI. F:EET, JI
GOODS A T LOi
YOU WILL SA
BOOTXSN HU SOE2
iL\l I FUiLL LINE OFGOODlS Kl
- - ~ ~
ICES WILL FETCH IT.
TOCKED, and must unload'
0 yards of best Gingham, 10 to 12
7nants, 9e. Cheap at 12c.
)undles of Calico and Worsted at
ie must keep knocking.
ntal marked from 10e. to )5c., friom
ISc., from 25c. to 128c.
iburg Edging and Inserting sac
to half price.
Sateens down to 124c.
tE FOR TT.
ia, Bish->p, Inli:t Lina:i vt i
variety of striped (lec -i
s and satin tinisheld
t here. The only -
ods is the
[lover Hamburg and Swiss Em
,c.-worth 50c; Hoisery
I Shoes, and, in fact, everything
be hail at
[A3IPION OF LOW PRICKS.
Goods, Boots, 5koe
rfLES! THE OCATION!
THE LOW PRICES!
iii Oe fy Comp6tIIo.
from our position as the .
rerv freight train is lpden with
dullness which p-evailed fpr
st satisfactory, and our sa es
our gratitude to our 'patrons,.
hope for a continuance in the
our best endeavors to please,
of goods the best selected, the
figures. We would - like to
tdented prices, but we are kept.
and the time to get them up.
undersold, as we buy strictly
very advantage. -
E parenthesis, let us impress
~tthe place !
isses by the car load; and, ofi
ien these goods are bought in
special inducements in this
id bought at bottom figures.
OF THE PUBLIC,
e, and com prises a full assort
tIl the novelties of the season '
a of Goods,
is, but we make a specialty or
hoes for Gentlemen,
plete line of
's Shoes in Newberry
NTION TO OUR
;, Both Fur and Straw
PRO FUSI ON.
RL1 I CU1
WPT I AVRIETY STOil