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. -ch Notices.
P. Scott, pastor, preaching
t 11 a. m. and 7-00 p.m. Sun
;1at 3:30 p. in., Mr. J. B. Carwile,
ndet Prye meeting Wednesday
.UTREswY-Eev. W. C. Schaeffer, pastor.
i'reaching next Sunday by the pastor, at 11
a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m., Dr. W. Gustave Houseal, Superintendent.
Prayer meeting Friday at 7:45 p. in.
METHODIST-sev. J. L. Stokes, pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. nr. and 7:15
- p. m. Sunday school at 4 p. m.. Mr. John W.
Chapman, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
A. B. PRE$sBTERIA-Rev. E. P. McClintock,
pastor. Service next Sunday by the pastor
at 11 a.m. Sundav school at 9:30 a. m., Mr..M.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Thursday at s :lb p.m. Missionary Society
Wednesd v at 3 p. in., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
dent. W. t. T. U. Tuesday at 5 p. n., Mrs. C.
EPIsCOPAL-Rev. w. H. Hanckel, rector.
Service by the rector every third Santay a
11 a. m. and 4:30 p. in. Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. Mazyck at 11 a. M.
PREsBYrEaAN-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. m.. 31r. W. E
Pelham, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. in.
Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for suLscrip
tions and take new ones at Prosperity.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the
same at Rid'e Road.
Mr. Joel Wv. Riser will receive new subscrip
tions and receipt for old ones at Pomaria.
LThe Teachers' Association.
Will meet at the Female Academy in
Newberry, on Saturday, the 13th of
October, at 10:30 a. m. All teachers
are earnestly requested to be present.
Manager Fair has several companies
engaged for the Opera House-toappear
as follows: Gorton's Minstrels, October
17th; Raiich's No. 10, October 29th;
Janauschek, October 30th; Sol Smith
Russell, November 2nd. "From gay
to grare-from lively to severe."
Why is Floyd & Purcell's store al
ways erowded? Because they believe
in quick sales and small prolits. tf.
Minter & Jamieson can sell you for
$2.50 a pair of Brogan Boots worth $3.00
in any market. 1 t.
Buggies and Wagons
At low prices at Schumpert's Em
porium, next door to D, B. .Wheeler.
A Pr':e to Purchasers.
To every one that buys a suit of
clothes with other goods to the amount
of $26.00 we will give a watch worth
1m. MINTER & JAMIESON.
Commissioners of Election.
The Governor has appointed the fol
lowing Commissioners of Election for
State: E. M. Evans, C. A. Bowman,
T. E. Epting.
Federal: C. B.. Buist, L. W. Jones,
E. H. Au1L
An Address by Mr. Geo. B. Cromer.
The monthly meeting of the Young
Men's Christian Association will be
held this . (Thursday) evening at 8
Mr. Geo. B. Cromer will deliver an
address before the association. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all who
may desire to come.
The usual meeting for men on Sun
day afternoon at 5:15 o'clock. All men
-Rev. W. C. Schaeffer, pastor of the
Newberry Lutheran chu:-ch, returned
yesterday from his vacation, which he
has spent at Hendersonvilte and Cte
:sar's Head. He and his family received
N a warm reception last night by the
congregation at the parsonage. A fine
supper was spread and the occasion
w&as a pleasant one.
Mr. Schaeffer will begin his regular
appointments with the prayer-meeting
.Friday evening and preaching next
Mr. Herbert Livingston, of No. 10
Township, met with a painful accident
on Sunday last, near Jolly Street. In
galloping his horse lhe attempted to
Smake the horse pass one side of a
tree but the horse becamie unmanage
ble and passed the other, and Mr.
Livingston's head and body struck the
tree, breaking his jaw bone in two
places and one rib, and seriously in
jnr.ing him. He is doing as well as
-could be expected, but is suffering~
Floyd & Purcell have the biggest and
cheapest line of Dry Goods in town. tf.
You can get a full stock Brogan Boot
for $1.75 at Floyd & Purcell's. tf.
Rebuilding the Bridges.
'The County Commissioners have
gone to work to replace the bridges in
the county washed away by the recent
freshets. The bridge over Bush River
at Croft's Mill, for which Mr. J. L.
Aull had the contract, has been com
pleted and received. The following
contracts have been let for rebuilding:
The abutment at the railroad bridge
over Saluda, to J. L. Aull, at $90.
*Bridge at Piester's Mill, to P. C.
.Smith, at $19..
Bridge over Little River, at the rail
:road, to D. L. Clamp, at $13.5.
Bridge at O'Neall's Mill, to J. L.
.Ani, at $399.
Bridge at Langford's Mill to D. L.
~Clamp, at $220.
.iBridge at Schumpert's Mill, to WV. M.
-Lester at $229.
Fine Neck Wear.
*Minter & Jamnieson have one of the
neatest and largest stocks of gent's neck
wear ever brought to N ew berry. Call
and examine and be convinced. It,
Base-b,alls from5c. to $1.50, at Hunt's
Book Store. tf
Everyone should see Wright & J. W.
Coppock's Underwear before purchas
ing. It is as comfortable as ornamleni
tal. This is saying much, but 'tis true.
For a good quantity of Tea call on
if. S. B. JoNES.
Glenn Springs Water, just received
.and for sale by case or bottle, .by P.
Robertson, Pharmacist, opposite the
Flynn is again with us and prices
*have gone down with a rush ; which
* osto show that he means business
Lady FlrnesTooth and Mouth
Wash, an elegant and safe prparatio
for preserving and beautifyingth
teeth and strengthening the gums.
For sale at Robertson's Drug Store,top
-posite the Post Ofic . f
God Writing Paper at 4c aquire at
. W. chapman's.
SCHUMPERT WON THE RACE.
Newberry Celebrates the Event witl
Speeches and Music.
Complete returns from the primar;
election for Solicitor were slow in being
received, but the citizens of Newberr;
had assurance that Col. O. L. Shumper
had received a good majority in th
four counties of the Seventh Circuit.
On Friday night a large crowd as
senbled on the Courthouse square, anc
after music by the Newberry Corne
Band, Col. George Johnstone wa
called upon for a speech. He responde<
in an eloquent manner, congratulatinc
the people of Newberry, as well as th<
whole circuit, upon the nomination o
Col. Schumpert, and paying the nomi
nee a deserved tribute.
Col. W. H. Hunt, Jr., was also calle<
upon and responded in a happy man
The citizens then marched to the res
idence of Col. Schumpert, preceded b3
the band, and on arrival at his resi
dence, the band struck up an inspiring
strain, amidst cheers for the LomineE
for Solicitor, who appeared on the
porch, and was introduced by Gen
Pope in a felicitous speech.
Coi. Schumpert said that he wa;
deeplj touched by such a manifesta
tion ten.ered him by the citizens o
Newberry; that he was gratified at th
support he had received at the handi
of the business men of Newberry. HE
had gone into the canvass almost an
entire stranger in some portions of the
circuit; but he had won the fight. Hih
heart was too full to give utterance t<
his feelings on such an occasion, an<
he thanked the audience for such a
demonstration in his honor.
Col. George Johnstone was agair
called upon, and responded in an ex
cellent manner. He was followed by
Mr. W. H. Wallace and Dr. S. Pope
who spoke to the point in the genera
rejoicing of the audience.
It was a whole-souled demonstration
and as Newberry is not at all selfish,wE
would have been glad for the wholE
circuit to have enjoyed it with us.
The following is the complete vote o
L nion........... 578 518
Laurens................... 601 239
Newberry................. 96.5 105
Schumpert's majority 467.
Mr. Thos. S. Moorman has returnec
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell has returnec
Col. W. H. Hunt, Jr., went to Cc
lumbia on Tuesday.
Mr. Foster Marlin left Saturday fo
Mr. J. H. Werts, of Saluda, has gon
to Furman University, at Greenville.
Mr. A. E. P. Bedenbaugh is loca
e:litor of the Press and Reporter.
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Fox returne
from Lincointon, N. C., last Thursda3
Messrs. Thos. W. Smith and Jel
Hunter left yesterday for Baltimore, t
attend Medical Lectures.
Mr. and Mrs. John Piester spent
few days last week with their friend
in Newberry and Helena.
Miss Nellie Chapman left Newberr;
on Monday to attend the Normal Co
lege, at Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. T. S. Sease and Mr. Geo. 3
Hunter, of this County, have gone t
the South Carolina College.
Mr. Henry Rauch, of Edgefiel
County, at one time a student in New
berry College, has returned to th
Nashville Normal College.
Mrs. Dr. Frank Gary, of Abbevill<
and N1 rs. Jas. M. Eason and family,
Charlesion, are on a visit to Mrs. J. 3
McFall this week.
Mr. Thos. F. Greneker, who had bi
thigh broken- some time ago, was ab)
to he out on the porch on Sunday wit.
the assistance of his crutch.
Miss -Lou Mazyck, who has bee
spending some time with her man
friends in Newbery, has returned I
her home in Charleston.
Mr. Charles H. Lee, representing t1
Columbia Register, arrived in Nov
berry on Tuesday evening. He gas
The Heaald and News a pleasant Ca
yesterday, and will remain in tow
several days in the interest of tl:
Col. Adam L. Eichelberger and wifi
of Ocala, Fla., are at the Newberr
Hotel. Col. Eichelberger is a native<
Newberry County, having moved i
Fiorida in 1849, where he has accuni
lated a large fortune by his energy an
perseverance, and is now en a visit i
relatives and friends in this county.
Prof. J. P. Kinard, of Newberry, tI
recently elected assistant professor<
English at the Citadel Academy, h:
arrived in the city and will be at h
post on Monday morning when ti
session of the Citadel begins. Prc
Kinard is a graduate of the Citadel, arn
since his graduation in 1&%6 has ha
valuable experience in teaching, an
he is generally considered an educat<~
of no ordinary merit and force. H
will prove a valuable addition to tl
Academic faculty and his numeroi
old friends in Charleston will welcon
him heartily.-News and Courier.
If you want an all wool. homie-mad
.Jeans for 2.5cts go to Floyd & Pu
If you want a first-class Sewing M
chine, call on ID. B. Wheeler on Frier
street, next door to Dr. Pope's otlice.
Two Good Gins.
Whaet wo splendid gins in got
cniinand ready to gin for all pe
sons who will kindly bring us the
cotton. Clean seed and a good turnoi
of nice lint. Steam Press.
St. DommIxcK & LOVELACE.
Hllow, Charlie! Have you bei
spending'the winter in Mexico? Naa
been to WVright & Coppock's; couldr
Turnip Seeds. Turnip Seeds. Rut
baga, Early Flat Dutch, Red or Purr
Top, A.mber Globe, Yellow A berdee
Mammoth Globe, Golden Ball ai
other varieties just received and for sa
at Robertson's Drug Store, opposite t]
For lame back, side or chest, use SI
1oh' Porous Plater. Price 25 cents.
THE BOARD OF TRADE.
k Engaged in Active Work for the Good of the
r Two special meetings of the Board c f
Trade have been held during the past
week. The matter of obtaining the
rights of way through the town for the
Three C's railroad has been under dis
c:ssion, but nothing definite has yet
been accomplished. The committee
< appointed to look into this matter has
b"en actively at work.
Also the committees in regard to ob
taining the weather reports and the
advertising of the town.
On motion of Mr. R. L. MIcCaughrin
the matter of obtaining a telegraph
office over in town was referred to the
Road and Highway committee and
M r. W. J. Lake and Mr. 0. McR.
Holmes were added to the committee.
The telegraph line passing here is
.uder the Western Union Co., and it
is thought they will be willing to open
an oflice in the business part of town.
Mr. George Johnstone called the at
tention of tie Board to the necessity of
a public road leading from the section
of Glympliville to Newberry, and on
motion the question of opening a road
from Mr. John Glymph's place to the
Sondley place was refcrred to the Road
The comn:ittee appointed at a
previous meeting to look into the
question of our public roads and the
laws governing the same, and make
such recommendations as might seem
best, made the following report. The
committee was conti;ued and instruct
ed to preparetwo petitions and leave one
at Prosperity and one at Newberry for
signatures endorsing the recommenda
tions of the committee, and also for the
committee to confer with our Senator
and Represent.tives-elect and the
Board of County Commissioners in re
gard to this matter.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE.
To the President and Members of the
Board of Trade for the town' of New
Your undersigned committee ap
pointed at a recent meeting of the
Board for the purpose of taking into
consideration the roads of the county,
and of making such recommendations
as might be deemed advisable, would
That the public roads for the County
of Anderson, worked under a road law
recently enacted for said county, are in
fine condition, and that the people of
said county are well pleased with the
law. Your committee therefore re
commends that your Board request our
Senator and Representative at the next
session of the legislature to take such
steps as may be necessary to make the
said Act, to wit; 'An Act to Provide a
more Efficient System of Working the
Public Roads in Andersoo County,"
approved December 24th, A. D., 1886.
applicable to the County of Newberry,
with such slight modifications as may
be deemed necessary.
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS,
JAMES M. KIBLER,
0. MR. HoINEs.
TIE ANDERSON ROAD LAW.
rSEC. 1. That the County Commission
ers of Anderson County be, and they are
hereby, authorized and required to di
vide the publiic roads of the said County
'into highway districts of such size as
1 they may deem advantageous, and ap
point an overseer for each district, and
assign such hauds to each district as
Ithey may see proper, having regard to
the residence of the hands so assigned.
SEC. 2. Every person so appointed
Foverseer, unless exempt from road
'duty, shall be required to serve as here
inafter provided, and any person re
fusing or neglecting to serve when ap
n ointed shall forfeit to the County the
ssum of twenty-five dollars, to be ap
plied to the permanent improvement
of the roads in said County, as herein
r after directed. The term of office of
-such overseer shail be for two years
from the date of their appointment; but
-such overseers shall not be compelled to
'serve more than one term.
o SEC. 3. Thle County'Commissioners
of said County shall furnish each over
seer with a list of all p)ersons liable to
Sroad duty who are assigned to work
- upon the highway district over which
e such overseer is appointed, and it shall
be his duty to warn out such hands at
the times and places designated by the
,County Commissioners, and at such
Stimes as the exigencies of the weather
SEC. 4. The County Commissioners
shall require all persons liable to road
s duty in said County to work upon the
epublic roads not less than eight nor
emore than twelve days in each year,
1 andl it shall require eight hours of ac
tual work to constitute a day's work
under this Section.
3 SEC. 5. It shall be the duty of each
y overseer to keep a list of the hands
o under his control and note the hours of
actual work which each hand does, and
to return to the County Commissioners
e after each working ordered by thenm a
.list of each hand under his control
ewho works, and the number of hodirs
ehe has actually worked. And he shall
1 also keep a list of such hands as refuse
or fail to wvork, and such return shall
e be sworn to, in whole or in part, and
return the same to the County Coin
mnissioners, and shall by oath attest the
i, correctness of each .ist so kept and re
yturned by him.
,SEC. 6. The County Commissioners
Sshall direct the times of working said
roads, and the place in each district at
t-which work shall begin, and the over
Sseer in each district shall proceed to
work the roads unmder his charge thor
ooughly as he goes, archiog the same to
the centre, with drains on each side to
e convey the water, and when necessary
shall protect such drains from wash
Sing by throwing in stone at suitable
? distances. Whenever it is necessary to
is convey water or to provide for it to cross
e any road, he shall have the drain across
such road laid in stone and of such
- width as to afford an easy crossing,
d where a bridge may not be necessary.
d He shall make the roads at least twen
d ty feet wide, and shall protect them by
suitable drains or posts from interfer
rence by cultivation.
e SEC. 7. The County Commissioners
e shall provide such overseers with such
inumber of picks and scrapers as they
may see proper. and such oversee:'s
e shall be responsible for the custody of
the same. All hands warned to work
the roads shall bring with themi a hoe.
e shovel or other farm tool as directed by
the said overseer.
SEc. 8. Any hand in said County
may comnpound for his work by paying
.to the overseer, and taking his receipt
d in wvriting therefor, the sumi of five
tf dollars per annum, which sum shall be
returnedl by such overseer, with a
monthly statement duly verilied by
affidavit showingi of whom received, te
d the Conuntv Commissioners for the per
r- manent road fund of the County here
ir inafter provided for.
it SEC. 9. That the County Commis
sioners of Anderson be and they are
hereby, authorized and reqtuired to levy
annually the sum of one-fourth of one
n mill, if so much be necessary, on all ol
,the taxable property of the County, tc
'be designated as a permanent improve
meat fund, and the proceeds therefroms
shall be annually expended by said
aCommissioners in macadamizing or
le Ipermanently fixing the worst place.
2, in the public roads, or construct.
d Iing rock culverts where neeessaro
le across the said roads.
ne SEC. 10. The provisions of existing
laws relating to the working of high
ways shall remain of force in saic
. County, except so far as they may bi
modified by the provisions of this Act
THE SCHOOLS OF NEWBERBY.
A Good Opening All Around-Bright Pros
pects for the Future.
Newberry College opened on las
Tuesday with good prospects. About
seventy-five young men were in attend
ance, and a number of others were ex
This showing compares very favora
bly with last year, and we have ii
doubt that our college has a prosperoui
and successful year before it. The
young men all seem in good health and
spirits, and the Faculty equal to any
amount of work. Many of the students
will take some of the branches in the
technological course. Prof. Scbott, wh<
will have charge of this department, ii
still at Poughkeepsie Business College
finishing one or two courses there, an<
will be here during the session, when
the department will be opened.
New berry College offers as good ad
vantages as any college in the State, and
is worthy of the most liberal patronage
NEWBERRY FEMALE ACADEMY.
This school opened last week with an
enrollment of 74, which is as good as
former years. All of the faculty wer<
present and the prospects for a fuil and
prosperous school are encouraging.
Th:s school is well equipped for first.
class work and deserves well at the
hands of our people.
MISS MCINTOSH'S SCHOOL.
The attendance at this school so far
is thirty seven, with the prospects of at
increase of numbees at an early date.
A music department has been added
si.ice last year, and is in charge of Miss
Mamie Holbrook, an accomplishel
teacher. The school building has been
furnished with all the modern ap
piiances for comfort and convenience
and the school bids fair to be more suc
cessful in the future than in the past.
Newberry has as fine school facilities
as any town in the State, and persons
can come here assured of fine educa
tional facilities. Good schools help any
town or community.
A new schedule on the Columbia am
Greenville Railioad went into opera
tion last Monday.
The train from Laurens arrives a
8.10 a. m., and returning from Colum
bia, arrives at 7.40 p. m.
An extra freight train has been pu
on between Laurens and Newberry
arriving here at 9 a. m., and leaving a
Tnere is no change in the passenge
train for the main line affecting New
A night freight has been put on fron
Columbia, arriving at Newberry at 9.3
p. in. The other freight trains arriv
as follows: From Greenville, 9.25 a. m.
and 1.30 p. m.; from Columbia. 1.15 p
If you want Thirty Yards of Calic
for $1.00, go to Floyd & Purcell's. cf.
Wright & J. W. Coppock's is th
place to get your Clothing if you wan
to get the worth of your money. tf
Cr->quet Sets, Hammocks, Fishing
tackl?s, etc., at Hunt's Book Store. ::
More of those Oxford Bibles, at J. VM
Don't forget that D. B. Wheeler ha
on hand at - reasonable prices the D<
mnestic, Davis and the New Home Sev
lng MIachines. tf
SCHOOL BOOKs cheap at Hunt's Boo
SLEEPLEss NIGHTs, made miserab:
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cui
is the Remedy f'or you.
Writing palper at 3 cents a quire
Hunt's Book Store.
Good Paper at 65e a ream, at 3. 3
Shannon Files,cheap, at Hunt's Boo
"Have you read the latest novel?
"No; what is it?" "It is 'The Quick<
the Dead,' by Anmelie Rives. It is a
sale at Hunt's Book Store." Read it
Through from Columbia.
The passenger train on the Colun
bia & Greenville road came throu3
yesterday without transfer for the fir
time since the recent freshets. TI
covered bridge over the Ninety Si
Creek at Dyson's had been replaced t
an open trestle work on pile drive
supports, and the tiain pulled over
very slowly and carefully. The dels
of the troublesome transfer was avoide
and the train reached here very litt
To say that railroad people are please
at the resumnption of uninterrupted rut
and schedules would express it lightl:
They are delighted. Conductor Hugh<
and Roui.e Agent Keenan had gotte
rather tired of the tedious transfers a
Dyson's and looked happy over gestin
the straight through runs again.
Greenville News, Sept. 29.
There was some frost in this sectic
last Satucday and Sunday mornings.
Catea pillers have appeard in this con
Mr. J. WV. Leapheart, of Lexingtc
County, was in this community la
Sunday and Monday.
Mr. McGowan commenced work c
Mr. J1. Burr Stockman's chimneys la
Cotton has opened very rapidly f<
the last ten days-what there is to opei
for the crop is short.
Some of our early farmers have bega
to sow oats.
Mrs. M. W. Bedenbaugh, of th
community, who has been sick for se
eral months, has gone to her mothe
near Little~ Mountain to spend sever
weeks, hoping that her health mz
Mr. H. W. Boyd has been re-electe
teacher of Saluda School.
For Base-balls, Bats, Caps, Belt
Masks, Gloves, etc., go to Hunt's Bo<
Sam Jones is now furnishing I
Cream, Soda Water an d Milk Shak
that is unexcelled. We know it to
Oil, Paints and Art material of eve
tf. HLNT's BooK STORE.
Ice House open Sinday's 8 to 9 a.
12 tol1p. m.andO6to 7p. m.
tf. S. B. JoNES.
WILL You SUFE With Dyspepi
and Liver Complainit? Shiloh's Vil
lizei uaranteed tnon cure lo.
VARIOUS AND ALL AZOUT.
Walhalla is to have a gala week, be
ginning October 10.
The Newberry cottou market yester
day was 91 for middling cotton.
Rev. A. G. Voigt will preach in the
Baptist church next Sunday morning.
There was a slight frost on Sunday
morning. The effects could be seen on
the potato vines.
A son of Mr. John Sloan was thrown
from a mule on Tuesday and badly
A barn on Mr. M. A. Carlisle's Boozer
place was destroyed by fire Tuesday
Bishop Howe may be expected to
preach to-morrow (Friday) morning
and night at St. Luke's church.
The County Commissioners have an
important notice in this issue to those
who have claims against the County.
A bale of cotton is ginned in eighteen
minutes at Dominick & Lovelace's
mill. It is interesting to watch the op
A large amount of cotton is being
ginned by the gins in town. Why
can't we have an oil mill to use the
seed right at our door?
The Racket Store is still on a boom.
Spot cash and cheap makes quick sales
and long friends. Give Cook and Car
wile a call.
night. Five thousand pounds of rough
food were burned and two mules made
a narrow escape. It is believed that
the fire was of incendifiry origin.
There will be a picnic and missionary
meeting at St. Paul's church, in this
County, on Saturday of this week.
Addresses will be made by Mr. Geo. B.
Cromer and others.
The examination of teachers will be
held tomorrow, Friday. 5th. Those who
desire to teach i athe public schools
had best make a note of this and make
apphcation for their certificates before
the Board of Examinera.
You will save big money by drop
ping in at Floyd & Purcell's before
buying your goods elsewhere. tf.
Postal Route Change.
J. A. West, of Greenville, has been
appointed railway route agent on the
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line route,
vice C. E. Crews, of Laurens, removed.
Mr. West will enter on his duties on an
H. J. Davis, of Columbia has been
made route agent on the Charlotte &
Augusta route in place of Mat Brough
The Schools of the Piedmont.
Wofford College opened Monday with
about seventy or eighi;y pupils. The
buildings have been greatly improved
during thepast summer.
Furman University at Greenville has
opened with 100 pupils-far ahead of
any previous opening.
Greenville Female College has 170
pupils and the number is being in
Pimples on the Face.
Denote an impure state of the blood and,
are looked upon by many with suspi
cion. Acker's Blood Elixir will remove
Sall impurities and leave the complexion
smooth and clear. There is nothing
that will so thoroughly build up the
constitution, purify and strengthen
the whole system. Sold and guaran
teed by P. Robertson, opposite Post
office, Newberry, S. C.
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
spock give a discount of ten per cent.
from regular prices on all cash sales.tfi
Confections, Cakes and Crackers al
ways fresh at S. B. JoNES. tf"
Shannon File, at J. W. Chapman's.
eBox Papers, at J. W. Chapman's,
e"Comet Style," "Bullion," "Charred
Edge," etc., etc.
*tWright & J. WV. Coppock's line of
(Gents' Neckwear is just awfully nice.
That is what the ladies say, i. e., the
L.est looking ones. tf
kI will sell all my stock of summer
goods for 20 per cent. less than cost.
tf 1).C. FLYNN.
It is wonderful how 3. S. Russell
can sell 10 cakes of soap for 25cts., and
groceries, dry goods, boots,. shoes,
crockery-ware, glass-ware, tin-ware,
hardware, and other things so low
down. C'all and see for yourselves. tf
hThe best tonic for weak and delicate
Schildren, and also the best remedy for
coughs and colds, is Cod Liver Oil, with
eHypophosphites. Prepared by P.
xRobertson, pharmaeist, opposite the
yPost Office. tf.
CA breath CURED, healthand swee
brahsecured, by 'Shiloh's Catarrh
YRemedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
Newberry? Wright & J. W. Coppok
dGo and see them and be convinced. tf.
-Stafford's Copying Ink at Hnut'
a Book Store. tf.
rih J. W. Coppock have got a
big stock, and they are going to sell it
gor give it away. Mark fAis. tf
SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Dizziness, aind all symptoms of Dye
pepsia. Priee 10 and 75 eents per bot
Are You skeptical ?
If~ so, we will convince you that Acker's
English Remedy for the lungs is supe
rior to all other preparations, and is a
Spositive cure for all -Throat and Lung
Stroubles, Croup, Whooping Cough and
Colds. We guarantee the preparation
and will give you a sample bottle free.
1P. Robertson, opposite Postoflice, New
berry, S. C.
Is Life Worth Living?
5Not if you go through the world a dys
Speptic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are
Sa psoitive cure for the worst forms of
1 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and
yConstipation. Gauranteed and sold by
P. Rooertson, opposite Postoffice, New
dberry, S. C.
Cured of Malaria.
22 FLORIDA ST., ELIZABETH, N. J.
March 17, 1884. 1
I have been using Allcock's Porous
Plasters for the last five years. Some
two years ago, after having been sick
for upwards of six months with malaria,
I found myself with an enlarged spleen,
Sdyspeptic, and constantly troubled
with a headache, and my kidneys did
not act very well either. Having spent
Smost of my money for medicine and
medical advice, I thought to save ex
pe nse I would use Allcock's Porous
Plasiers, two on the small of my back,
i one on the pit of the stomach, just un
der the breastbone. I continued using
the Plasters about thirty days, chang
ing them every week. At the end of
ia that time I was perfeetplyell, and have
- remained so ever smece,
Our cotton market for the past week
aas been quite active, and sales have
yeeu brisk for the season. The number
)f bales sold during the past week was
62. Price for middling cotton to-dayf
Wednesday), 93 to 91. Total number
)f bales sold to date, 1066.
Another one of our young men has
,one West. Mr. James Schunpert left
yesterday (Tuesday), for Marlin, Texas.
EIe made an effort to go about ten days
Lgo, but was stopped in Atlanta by
luarantine officials. This time he goes
via Charlotte, N. C., and St. Louis,Mo.
A. H. Kohn says he has the most
goods for the least money in his large
new store just vacated by Messrs. S. J.
Kohn & Co.
Rev. M. M. Brabhani, assisted by
Rev. Mr. Phillips, is carrying on a series
>f meetings at the Methodist church
here. The interest in the meetings i
eeems to be increasing. We hope much
good may be done for the Mas er's
Mr. James Epting and sister are in
ittendance on the meetings here. They
Lre the guests of Dr. Langford's family.
Miss Belle Cannon is here drinking
)ur mineral water. C
Prosperity High School is weekly
mnlarging its roll, and with its corpse
)f efficient teache'rs, must continue to
lourish. Parents will do well to con
iider the advantages this school offers
o their sons and daughters. Situated
mmediately on the railroad, in an ex
eediagly healthy town, where spirit
ious or malt liquors cannot possibly be
had under any circumstances-where I
;he citizens of the town are noted for
norality and sobriety-where there is
iccess to four chutches, viz: Lutheran,
A.. R. Presbyterian, Methodist and
Baptist; where there are two weekly
prayer-meetings, four Sunday-schools
mnd a flourishing Young Men's Chris
ian Associat;on, and lastly but not
least, where boa:d is good, substantial
Last Saturday night Joe Ruff and
Frank K'bler got into. an altercation
&bout some trifle, when Ruff stabbed
Eibler in the lower jaw, inflicting an
agly wound which bled profusely.
Ihe wound is not dange,ous. Ruff was
arrested. Both parties are colored.
Mr. D. J. McLean, formerly section
master at th,s place, has returned and
again took charge of his old section,
which, he says, is in the best condition
f any section on the C. & G. road.
Mr. W. A. Moseley is weario- a bro-.d
smile this week. An innocent guest is
added to his family, and according to
the generai nature of things, he will
remain with M-. Moseley about twenty
one years, .du .ing which time he will
perform vaiious little chores round
about the house, for which Mr. Moseley
is under contract to board, clothe, edu
cate and "bring up in the Lear and ad
monition of the Lord."
Weather for cotton-pickig for the
past two weeks has been very fine, and
the grade now offered on the 'market is
good, though occasionally a storm bale
makes its appearance yet.
DE AT HS.
Mrs. Mary Aan PRoun.ree, mother of
Mrs. James I. Fair, died at the resi
deuce of Mr. Fair in this county on
Wednesday, 3d insta. t. aged about 48
years. Her remains wi!l be taken to
.Barnwell to-day for inteimeni.
Mrs. Emma Brown, wife of Mr.
John Brown, died at the ies'dence of
her father, lu r. Godfrey Harmon, Sep
tember 30th, aged about 20 years.
POS'r OFFICE, NEWBERY S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and aderlised
October 3, 18d8.
Bowers, Candis Morrow,Mrs W M (care
Counts, Miss Mary of J B Johnson)
Doyl!e, Harmon (care McKenzie, M
of Jas F Bai,) McCoun-s, Charles P
Graham, Mrs Late Williams, WIi nie(care
Howard, Charlie of Lee'nda Nance)
Jackson, Mc Bead, Lucinda (care of
Johnson, Mrs V S (care R S Shell)
of Re~ Jrw:n) Turner, Miss Eettle
Long, Simeon Washington, Jem
Wa -diaw, Luc'nda.
Package for G M Singley.
Man's underJarmnent without addre.
Persons calling for these letigrs will please
say they were advertised.HRETP..
CROUP,WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
THAT HACKING COUGH can he so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
You ;':ill save money by buying your
School Books at Hunt's Book Store.
SCHOOL CRAYON.-Having bought
a large supply we can afford to sell
cheap. Cal and examne at Hunt's
Book Store._______ tf
Confirm our statement when we say
that Acker's English Realedy is in ev
ery way superor to any and all other
preparations for the Throat and Lungs.
In Whooping Cough and Croup it is
magic and relieves at once. We offer
you a sample bottle free. Remember,
this Remed is sold on a positivegur
antee, by P.Robertson, opposite Post
office, Newberry, S. C.
Caution to Mothers.
Every mother is cautioned against
giving her child laudanum or paregoric,
it creates an unnatural craving for
stimulants which kills the mind or the
child. Acker's Baby Sootheris specially
p)repared to benetit children and cure
their rains. It is harmless and contains
110 Opium or Morphine. Sold by P.
Robertson, opposite Postffice, New
berry, S. C.
COBINED with GEAT RUIfCIIM PO111,
THEY ARE AS TRANSPARENT AND COL
ORLESS AS LIGHT ITSELF,
And for softness of endurance to the eye can
not be excelled, enabling the wearer to read
for hours without fatigue. In fact, they are
Perfect Sight Preservers.
Testimonials from the leading physicians
in the-United States, governors, senators, leg
islators, stockmen, men of note In all pro
fessions and branches of trade, bankers, me
chanics, etc.. can begiven who have had their
sight Improved by their use.
ALL EYES FITTED,
And the Fit Guaranteed by
CO FIELD & LYONS,
These glasses~ are not supplied topeddiers at
A. K. HAWKES,
!fALLMA12I RDGIM !TLANT .A
We are not bragging w
ire prepared to show the
FINEST, FULLEST A
AENS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN
SHOES, HATS AN
EVER SHOWN UP IN
We expect you to put o1
md we are prepared to p
FIGURES IRE THE FIRS'
Therefore come and see ft
:onvinced that we LEAD I!
3. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
CR YOU WILL BE
L WA]ST TE
AND MUST HAVE IT,IF LOW P
have to ackpowledge the corn, I am OV E
even at a big sac
1,000yardsofWhiteLawnRemnants, I 12
c er yard, worth Sc. yd I
,000 yards of Colored Lawns, Rem- 17
iants at 3jc. per yard-worth 6je. Si p
There is not help for misfortune, an
15c. Scotch Cheviots down to 10c. 01
Berges down to 15c. I20c.
c. double-width Dress Goods down
o 15c. rific
WhiteDressRobes less than half price. 20
THOSE PRICES ARE
BUT THERE IS NO C1
)f every kind, slaughtered, including Vic1
French Lawns. The largest and prett
Broche, open PI:,ids, canvas st.,
white Dress ( 3ds ever broui
surpris~ about these 1
Flouncing in Swiss and Oriental, 54 inches,
broidery awful cheap._ Silk Glovesi
at1eCottonades Linens a
Napkins, Scrimn Ti
of every ki
M4AK A N OT:
that can be found in a No.s1R~e tre,
D. O. FI
-THE LEADER AND
The Wholesale and Rletail Ii
- - AND
CROCEiRY TRADE 4
WE HAVE THE STOCK! THE S
THE CAPITAL! THE ENERC
YIe Claim ths Lead! YIelike Oppa
and under no condt,ion will we bu<
Every express brings new styles and
the latest novelties. Despite the gener
the last month oar business has been
are 75 per cent. better than we expected
We desire to openly ackno .:ledg
thanking them for their , et favors, an
future, assuring them th- . e will ever
and that they will always find our sto<
best quality and at the very lowest bott
quote to you some of ourstartling, unpr
Rembember tha wewil not, cannot
for cash, and consequently can offer yot
Final'y, in conclusion, and by way
this one fact upon your mind: Don't fo
We handle Bacon, Flour and NI
course, our prices are much lower than
smaller lots; in fact, we can offer yt
department, as our goods are all fresh
UI. FIST, J
GOODS AT LOl
BOOTS AND SilOE
hen we say that we
D FURNISHING G0ODS
itr claim to the test
rove every point we
A ND E1M TEST
)r yourselves, an be -
T OUR LINE
RSTOCK E D, and must unload
,000 yards of best Gingham, 10 to 12"
lemnants, 9c. Cheap a 121c. -
3 bundles of Calico and Worstedat
I we must keep knocking.
iental marked from 10c. to5c., frot :.
to 18c., from 25c. to 12je.
amburg Edging and Inserting sao
ed to half pnee.
.Sateens down to 12e .
JRE FOR IT.
oria, Bishop, India Linen and
est variety of striped checked
rles and satin finished
hehere. The only
oods is the
S EVERYBODY. jr
Allover Hamburg and S.=s s
.t 25.-worth-50c; Hoisery
E8 OF THIS
sall Shoes, and, in fact, everythlnj
to be hadiat -
CHRAMPIONI OF LOW PRICES
ry Goods, Hoots, 9ho06 ?
TYLES! TH E OCATION!
Y! THE LOW PRICES! .
Ige from our position as the?
every freight train is laden with ,
al dullness which prevailed for:;
nost satisfactory, and our sales~
e our gratitude to our pto
i hope for a continuance in te
rise our best endeavors to ples e~
:k of goods the best selected; h
om Egu--es. We would -liketo'
ecedented prices, but we areke
>t End the time to get them np
be u'idersold, as we buy tcly
eve y advantage.
of parenthesis,'let us impress
rget the place !
olasses bythe car load, and,~f
when these goods are bought in
u special inducements in this
and bought at bottom figures.
Rs with the om;r ESAI