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P. Scott, pastor, preaching
z. iYa. m. and 71m) p. n. sun.
,:1 :30) p. mn.. Mr. .J. L'. Carwile,
ident. Prayer niecting Wednesday
-.THERAN-Rev.- W. C. Schaeffer. pastor.
.-reaching next. Sunday by the pastor. at 11
a. m. and 45 p. m. Sunday school at 9:34 a.
m., Dr. W. G ustave lousen1. buperintendent.
Prayer meeting Friday at 7:45 p. in.
METHODIST-kev. J. L. Stokes. pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. m. Sunday school at 4 p. mn.. Mlr. John W.
Chapman, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
at 7:15 p. M.
A. R. PRESBYTERIAN-Rev . E.P. McClintock,
pastor. Service next Sunday by the pastor
at 11 a. m. -Sundas school at 9:30 a. m., Mr. M.
A. Carlisle, Superin-ten<dent. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:15 p. i. Missionary Society
Wednesday at 3 p. In.. Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tuea,.ay at 5 p. in., Mrs. C.
ErIPCoAL-Rev. W. Ii. Ianckel, rector.
Service by the rector every third Sunday at
11 a. m. and 4:30 p. in. Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. Mazyck at 11 a. m.
PRESB2TERAN--ReV. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at I a. in. and 7:15
p. m. sunday school at 3:30 p. in., Mr. w. E
Pelham, Superintendent. Pra.yer meeting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. in.
Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip
tions and take new ones at Prosperity.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the
same at Ridge Road.
Mr. Joel W. Itiser will receive new subscrip
tions and receipt for old ones at Ponaria.
Fire in the Country.
Mr. W. W. Davenport, of No. 7
Township, had his dwelling-house
burned on Saturday night, 13th in
stant. The fire wos caused by a de
fective stove chimney. His loss is very
heavy. No isurance.
- -Remember that we have just added
to our stock, i)ress Goods, Notions,
Gent's Clothing, &c. New goods all
through at low figures. Call and ex
amine. W\OoTEN & McWIRTER. tf.I
One car load fresh Rock Lime on
hand at $1.35 per barrel, at Peoples &
Coal ! Coal! !
I will keep on hand a full supply of
Red Ash Egg Coal. Give me a cah.
SA B. JoNES.
Received this day one car load (10)
barrels) fresh Lime; liirge barrels and
best quality at S. P. Boozer's. 3t
County Farmers' Association.
The Newberry County Farmers' As
sociation will meet at Newberry on the
first Monday in November, to elect
officers, and also delegates to the State
Convention to be held in Columbia
sometime during next li,onth.
Our stock is now complete, embrac
ing the very best qualities. Prices and
Stoves to suit everybody, from $12.50
for a No. 7 Complete Stove up to finer
and more expensive ones. Every stove
warranted at S. P. Boozer's hardware
and stove store. 3t
Supervisors of Election.
The United States Circuit Court in
Charleston has appointed the following
Democratic supervisors of election for
Newberry County: Silas J. Mc
Caughrin, E. L. Chalmers, David N,
Thomas, Moorman Ruff, Charlton Cro
mer, Melvin B. Chalmers, E. H. Long
shore, William W. Wallace, Frank
Schumupert, Geo.. G. Lane, John C.
Halfacre, John B. Crooks, Ed. R. Hipp.
Luck in a Lottery.
Mr. Boyce B. Hunter, of Newberry,
held a twentieth ticket in the October
drawing of the Louisia.na State Lot
tery. His ticket was numbered 73,946,
-which drew the second capital prize of
$100,000, and he will therefore get the
sum of $5,000-one-twentieth of the
prize. The drlawing took place Octo
.ber 9th, andl on last Monday Mr. Hun
ter forwarded the ticket through the
National Bank- of Newberry for col
R.emember tha.t WXright & J. W. Cop
pock give a discount of t.en per cent
from regular prices on all cash sales.tfi
Confcctions, Cakes and Crackers al
ways fresh at S. B. JONEs-- tf
Very fine assortment of Breech-load
ing G uns, Gun Tro ppings and Anmmu
nition for sale at unprecedented low
prices for cash, by Peoplea & Johnson.
T. M#. C. A. Notes'.
The members who attended the ."o
cial tea" given by the Ladies Auxali
ary last Thlur.".iay even ing have another
link added to tile chain of pleasant
recollections of the Association. About
60 members and friends were present,
and every one seemned to enjoy very
much the p)reparat ions mra~de to gratify
both taste, and sightz, and ear: The
evening was enlivened by good music,
interspersed with short responses to
"toasts" to our work.
On Thursday evening the meceting
will be for menCf, 1'nId a talk will be
made by a m)emi r; sub'ject "Tact."
The meeting Suind:ay afternoon wvill be
conducted by one of our young law
yers, and a good time is anticipated.
Let us go out and hear thenm!
State Secretary C'oulter will pay us a
visit next Tuesd.ay. J3. T- N.
If you want a first-elasa Sewintg Ma
chine, call on D. B. Wheeler on Friend
street, next door to Dr. Pope's oticee. tf~
Two Good Gins.
We have two sp)lenidid gins in good
condition and ready to gin for all per
sons who will kindly bring tus their
cotton. Clean seed and a good turnout
of nice lint. Steam Press.
2t. DoMINICK & LovELACE.
Hallowv, Charlie! Have you been
spending the winter in Mexico? Naw,
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn't
Turnip Seeds. Turnip Seeds. Ruta
baga, Early Fiat Dutch, Red or Purple
Top, Amber Globe, Yellow A berdeen,
Mammoth Globe, Golden Ball and
other varieties just received and for sale
at Robertson's Drug Store, opposite the
Please remember that we need mnon
ey, and call and pay what you owe.
4t PEoPL.ES & JOH NSoN.
Good Paper at 6.5c a ream, at J. W
Shannon Files,ehieap, at Hunt's Book
"Have you read the latest novel'."'
"No; wvhat is it?' "It is 'The Quick or
the Dead,' by Amelie Rives. it is on
sale at Hunt's Book Store.'" Read it.
The best~tome for weak and delicate
children, and also the best remedy for
coughs and colds, is Cod Liver Oil, with
Hpphosphites. Prepared by P.
Xoberson, pharmaeist, opposite the
The Best and the Prettiest Stone in the
State for Building Purposes-A
Fortune In It.
Time and again we are reminded that 12%
the granite which abounds in New- be
berry County is the best and prettiest
in the State for all practical purposes. wi
The granite now being used in the TI
Government building in Augusta is E.
being furnished from the quarries ini
this county, by Messrs. Leavell & su:
The first stone on the building was
laid last Thursday. The Augusta eh
Chronicle has the following about the
granite Newberry is furnishing:
Foreman 3MeMenamin says the stone
used is from New berry, S. C., and is as
fine as any he ever used in the number Co;
of years he has been in the business.
"It is almost too hard-at least the 'el
stone-cutters says so-and it is very
severe on their t'ools, dulling them in a sal
short time," remarked a hystander,
who was watching the skillful attack
of the workmen on the roughened 3
edges of the small squares which will da
go into the walls.
The rock is granite, of a darker an<i at
bluer color than that of Stone Mfoun
tain. The 'grain is much closer. Fire u
glints from the blows of the tools con- liv
A large and valuable portion of the ni
granite in this county is contiguous to tor
the route of the Three C's:Railroad,and Ge
here is a fortune when the railroad is rei
completed, the cars used to bring us to
coal and Western produce can go back
with a load of our beautiful, solid gran
ite. The Northwest and the great ha
Mississippi Valley have no granite de- ne
posits, and this class of stone is always th
in great demand. Newberry will have bu
the advantage over other sections of'
the State. whose systems of railroads
lead to the North, where there is an op
thu idance of granite, while ours leads un
to the great Northwest, where there is to)
no granite. of
Now is the time to go to work, so
that the granite will be ready for the Li
West when the road is completed. pr]
Let a company be formed with front Tt
25,000 to $-0,000 capital to get out the tic
Mrs. J. M. Bowers is on a visit to her Ih
mother, Mrs. Sparks, at Columbia. ru
Mrs. Dr. Strother, of Datesburg, paid ho
a visit last week to her sister, Mrs. Dr. m:
Welsh, while on her way to Walhalla. an
Mr. and _Mrs. John Sligh were on a to
brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. Cromer a lie
few days ago. a I
Dr. S. G. Welsh has returned from a GI
flying visit to the "hall of the gods."
.Mr. T. P. Lane,- recently returned m
from abroad, is off again to-dry for laz
Charleston, with a lot of cattle and el
Mrs. Ann 'Milligan has opened a
little school for younger children, at
"The cry is, still they conie!" Capt. N
Pitts is bo(u)yant!
Mfr. James 0. M1eredith, jr., is accept
ably serving as conductor of the Lau
rens Railway freight train. d
We were pleased to meet our genial
young friends, Mel. Chalmers and be
Haskell Wright, in the village last Sun- pa
Epicur~es tell us that the persimmon ne
and the o'possumn are ripening fast. C<
A paper h?s been drawn up and
signed by a number of citizens, request- da
ing the management of the Columbia re
and Greenville Railroad to give street
car rates betwveen Helena and New- le
berry. We trust the petition may be te
granted. It will be a great favor to the
public, and partichlarly to the citizensrr
of Helena, a number of whomx make s
daily visits to Newberry. Some of them
are patrons of the road as merchants
and others as travelers, while some are cli
poor bread-winners who would like to T.
take advantage of an occasional ride.
The distance is a mile and a quarter, fr
and five cents tallies with the tariff of
rates. As the trains stop at both places br
there will be no inconvenience-simf
ply to gather in the nickles.
Baggiesi and Wagons t
At low lprices at Schumnpert's Em- y
porium, next door to D, B. Wheeler. p
-A Prize to Purchasers.
To every' one that buys a suit of
clothes with other goods to.the amount a
of M.,A: wey will give a watch worth ti
r>.00 free. I g
hm. M1INTER &Z JAMIEsoN.
S-tfor's Copying Ink at linut' ar
Book Sore. tf. lo
Is Life Worth Living'.
Not if vou go through the world a dys
peptie. Acker's D)yspepsia Tab)lets aren
a itive cure for the worst forms of
Dspepsia, Inidigestion, Flatulency and
Constipation. Gaur'anteed andl sold by N
P. Robertson, opliosite Postoflice, N ew
berry, S. C.
Wriirht & J. W. Coppock's is the bi
place to get your C'lothiing if.you want 01
to get the worth of your mioney\. t f
Cr' qutet Sets. Hlamm ocks, Fishing- B
takl"s, etc., at Hunt's Book Store. tf. st
MIore of those Oxford Bibles, at J. W.
1)on't forget that D. B. Wheeler has is
on haiid at reasonable p)rices the Do
mest ie, Davis and( t he New Home hew
ine M1achines. tf H
Schoon BooKs cheap at Hunt's Book
Store. ~ tf
Confirm our statement when we say
that Acker's English Renmedy is in ev- B
ry way superior to any and all other
pr~eparations for the Throat and Lungs.
In Whooping Cough and Croup it is C
magic and relieves at once. We offer i
on a sample bottle free. Remiember, tI
this Remedy is sold on a positive guar
antee. by P. Robertson, opposite Post
office, Newberry, S. C.(1
For lame back, sie or chest, use Shi
lo's Porous Plaster. Pice 2~> cents.
Box Papers. at J. W. Chapman's, S
"Comet Style," "Bullion," "Charred
Ede" etc., etc.a
I will sell all my stock of summer B
woos for 20 per cent. less than cost.
I if I). C. Fl'rss.
It is wonderful how J. S. Russell ei
can sell 10 cakes of soap for :5cts., and al
groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes, sr
crockery-ware, glass-ware, tin-ware, t
hardware, and other things so low a
down. .Call and see for yourselv es. tf t
CATAREH CURED, healtband swee 01
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. .Price 50 cents. Nasal In-1
cator free. si
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The cotton market yesterday was
oted at 85 to 8; for middling.
Don't forget to prepare for the State
.ir, which will be held November
-1(. The attractions this year will
on a grand scale.
L'h union service iext Sunday night
l be held in the Methodist church.
e sermon will be preached by Rlev.
L'he railroad authorities have re
ned work on the spur track leading
Langford's cotton warehouse.
Zunday was a beautiful day and the
urclies were largely attended.
i he list of managers of the general
tion for the precincts in NewberryL
unty can be seen in our advertising
aj. Jno. P. Kinard, auctioneer, will
I a house and lot in Helena next
Cancy Bailey, a colored woman fifty
urs of age, died in Graveltown Tues
y night. -
t missionary meeting will be held
Mt. Pilgrim Lutheran church next
n(iay. Several addresses will be de
he Newberry Rifles are drilling at
ht on Courthouse square, prepara
y to inspection by the Adjutant
neral. The military spirit has been
,ived in Newberry in earnest, and is
:'he Editor of The Herald and News
beei confined to his bed by sick
;s for the past week. He has not'
?refore, been able to meet several
3iness appointments in the county.
is now convalescent.
verybody in Newberry should co
rite with President Peoples in his
tiring endeavors to build up the
n. Attend the meeting of the Board
Trade on Friday night.
Jr. T. C. Pool who was elected first
iutenant of the Newberry Rifles, for
vate reasons, has declined the office.
e other ofiicers accepted. An elec
n for first Lieutenant will take
ce on Friday night next.
dr. C. C. Chase has leased the Mer
ints Hotel and will succeed Mr.
y in conducting it. Mr. Chase now
is both the Merchants and Windsor
tels. He has Mr. J. R. Thackam as
wager-at the Windsor. Mr. Thack
has been at the desk long enough
be well known to the traveling pub
,and is a most competent assistant as
otel man.-Spartanburg Letter to
rhe County Teachers Association
4t in the Female Academy Building
t Saturday and reorganized by the
tion of the following officers for the
President, Juo. P. Glasgow; vice
esident, Rev. A. J. Bowers; Secretary,
rs. A. J. Long. The Association
11 meet again the second Saturday in
Mr. Eduard Scholtz returned Mon
y from New York.
Mrs. Hulda Barre, of Greenville, has
en visiting relatives in Newberry the
essrs. Johnstone & Cromer, attor
ys for Senn, are at the Spartanburg
ir. Jas. K. P. Goggans left yester
y for Edgefield on business, and will
Drs. WV. Q. H-ouseal and Jag. M. Kib
left ye sterday for Spartanburg to
stifv in the Senn case.
iss Mattie McCaughrin returned
esday from Concord, N. C., where
e has been sp)ending the summer.
Ir. Abner Durham, of Fairlield, is.
yrking for his brother-in-law, Mr.
Rev. H. F. Shea1y returned Friday
Iiss Mary Mayes is on a visit to her
other, Mr. J. T. Mayes.
Lady Florence's Tooth and Mouth
ash, an elegant and safe preparation
preser-ving and beautifying the
h and strengthening the gums.
r sale at Robertson's Drug Store, op
site the Post Office. tf.
Certificates to Teachers.
The teacher's examination resulted
follows: Nine whites stood, and cer
iates were granted as follows-Ist
ade-2 males, 7 females.
Twenty-four colored applicants stood
.d certificates were granted as fol
ws: 1st grade-3 femnales; 2d grade
'emales, 3 males; 3d grade-2 females,
males; failed to pass-3 females, 4
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
ew berry? Wright & J. W. Coppock
and see them and be convinced. tf.
Wright & J. WV. Coppock have got a
stock, and they are going to sell it
give it away. Mark is. tf
A full stock of general Hardware,
ilders' Material and Cutlery now in
>re and at greatly reduced prices for
sh, at Peoples & Johnson's. 4t
SLEE PLEss NIG 1-Ts, made miseral e
- that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure
the Remedy for you.
Writing paper at 3 cents a quire at
unt's Book Store.
Fresh Oysters ! Fre4h Oysters !!
Are now being served in all styles at
n Jones' restaurant.
Base-balls from5c. to $1.530, at Hunt's
:ok Store. tf.
Everyone should see Wright & J. W.
>ppock's Underwear before purchas
g. It is as comfortable as ornamen
I. This is saying much, but 'tis true.
TAT HACKING CoroH can be so
ickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
You will save money by buying your
hool Books at Hunt's Book Store.
SCHOOL CRAYON.-Having bouglt
large supply we can afford to sell
Leap. Call and examine at Hunt's
ook Store. tf
Pimples on the Face
note an impure state of the blood and
e looked upon by many with suspi
>n. Acker's Blood Elixir will remove
I impurities and leave the complexion
aooth and clear. There is nothing
at will so thoroughly build up the
nstitution, purify and strengthen
e whole system. Sold and guaran
ed by P. Robertson, opposite Post
liee, 'New berry, S. C.
Meals served at all hours and on
.+r noie a Sam Jones' restaurant.
WORKING FOR THE COMMON GOOD.
The Board of Trade Holds An Important
Meeting-One Still More Important
THE THREE C'S' RIGHT OF WAY.
At the meeting of the Board of trade,
held Monday night, 0he special coninit
tee on Rail Roads reported, that the
price for the right of way, for the Three
C's Road through the town, had been
agreed upon, with the exception of
four lots, the owners of these lots, viz:
.no. R. Leavell, E. S. Coppock, M. A.
Carlisle, and Os Wells, declining to
accept the offer of the committee, which
leaves the matter open for adjustment.
The connittee was instructed to
correspond with Mr. Black, the mana
ger of the Augusta Division of the
Three C's, in reference to the matter,
and to report the result of the corres
pondence, to the Board atan adjourned
meeting to be held on Friday night of
The railroad authorities are waiting
upon the people of Newberry to decide
the matter of the right of way. They
are anxious to let the contract for the
Augusta Division, and will do so as
soon as the right of way is secured.
Let there a full attendance Friday
NEWBERRY- TO BE ADVERTISED.
The report of the special committee
on advertising the town recommended
that the Board issue four thousand
copies of a pamphlet of twenty pages,
giving a brief history or sketch of the
towp and county with a full descrip
tion of all their resources; and that a
committee be appointed to attend to
the proper and judicious distribution
of the pamphlet. The contract for
printing the same is to be given to the
lowest bidder of the printing offices in
The conunittee's report was adopted
without any change.
A Recognition of Merit.
Dr. A. P. Johnstone left Anderson on
last Fride y to assume the professorship
which he has accepted in the dental de
partment of the Vanderbilt University
at Nashville, Tennessee. In this con
nection it will be proper to quote the fol
lowing extract from the Dental Head
light: "Dr. A. P. Johnstone, of Ander
son, South Carolina,-was elected to fill
the important position of Demonstra
tor of Operative and MechanicalDentis
try. He is a gentleman of recognized
ability, and possesses in a high degree
those rare qualities which peculiarly fit
him for the place." The Doctor's
many friends in Anderson regret to
have him and his interesting family
leave us, but at the same time they ap
preciate this recognition of his merits
and wish for him the greatest success in
his new field.-Anderson Jouriial Oct. 3.
Death of a Veteran Conductor.
At 11 o'clock last night Captain
George E. Isaaes died suddenly at his
residence, corner of Marion and Taylor
streets. For the past three months
Capt. Tsaacs had been comrplaining; in
fact, had been incapacitated for work,
from a throat trouble, but on retiring
last evening he did not complain of
feeling any worse than .usual. Before
his wife, who was in the room with
him, was aware of the impending dis
solution, the Captain gave one long
gasp and expired.
Capt. Isaacs wvas the oldest railroad
man in the service of the Columbia anid
Greenville Railroad; he had been con
ductor of the road every since its or
ganization. He was about 70 years of
age, and leaves a wife and several
childiren, all of whom are married.
Number of bales of cotton sold dur
ing the week ending Tuesday Oct. 15th
is 372, against 661 last week. The
downward tendency of the market has
caused the offerings to be light. Price
to-day 82 on a basis of Middlings. Fan
cy cotton 82 to 8?.
The editor and readers of The Herald
and News will please exeuse us for not
writ ing~ a letter this week. We do niot
feel like writing. Our house is a house
of mourning. The Angel of Death has
visited our home, and he claimed our
loving and gentle Mamie as his own.
God has called her away to her eternal
rest. Her passage was calm and peace
ful across the rugged Jordan. The
Savior was with her and she dreaded it
niot-allI was calm-no struggling with
the girm monster-no dilation of eyes
not a cortortion of muscle, but with
folded arms the voyage across was per
fectly calm. Truly Jesus can mlake the
dying bed as soft as downy pillars are."
Mam'ie has left us, but we do know
that our loss is her eternal gain, and we
can say, not our will but thine, 0 Lord,
HERALD)INGS FROM NO.6.
Splendid. wveather for farm work.
Cotton crop very poor.
Oats arc being sown, and I thiink a
heavy crop will be put inl.
Mr. John S. Floyd will move to Wal
halla about Christmas. W. G. Peter
son will move to .J.S.Floyd's place. WV.
P. D)avenport will miove to W. G. Pe
Mr. R. K. Reeder has bought a part
of L. W. Floyd's home place and is
building on it, and intends moving
there before Christmas.
Mr. F. H. Dominick has divided his
Tribble place into seven tracts and sol d
it to the colored people.
Our schools will open the 6th of
November next. Miss Mary Burton
will teach the Trinity school, Mrs. M.
H. Clary the Smyrna, Miss Beulah
Compton the Reederville, Mr. K. D.
Senn is now teaching the Bush River,
and I suppose Miss Ellen Sheldon, of
Tugaloo, will teach the Dominick
school. I think they are a set of as
good teachers as there is in the county.
October 15, 1888. TE:LL.
A Safe investment.
is one which is guaranteed to bt ing you
satisfactory results. or in case of 'ailure a re -
turn of purchase price. On this safe plan you
can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumup
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every
case. when used for any affection of Throat,
Lungs or Chest. such as Consumption, Infiam
nmation or Lungs, Bronchitis. Asthma. Whoop
ing Cough, Croup. etc., etc. It is pleasant and
areeable to taste. perfectly safe, and can
always be depended upon. Trial bottles free
at Cofleld & Lyons -Drug Store. I
Court in Spartanburg.
[Correspondence Greenville New
SPARTANBURG, October 15.
Court of General Sessions convened
iorning, Judge Kershaw presik
Congressman Cothran is in attend
as of counsel for George S. Tui
charged with the killing of Met:
t foreign laborer. It will be ren
bered that Turner was tried for
homicide once before and found gi
rf manslaughter, but on appeal to
Supreme Court, he was given a
trial. Turner is the owner of the
gerville cotton factory, and his cas<
attracted a great deal of attention.
trial is set for 9 o'clock to morrow n
The Senn Murder is another pr
nent cause. George Johnstone, of
berry, is here representing Senn.
the call of the case he requested
judge to pass it, and it is not ku
whether it will be brought to
this term or not. The case has
continued already a great many ti
while Seni eats the people's foo
the jail, until the public have be<
tired of it.
Hazing at the Citadel.
CHARLES'rON, October 1u.-C
Kennedy, a son of General Johr
Kennedy, is reported as seriously i
the Citadel Academy, and his brol
in-law arrived last night to look :
him. Cadet Kennedy hasn't got
yellow fever, as there is none here
him to get. The report generally c
lated here. that he has a bad ca
hazing. Nothing, however, coul
learned about it at the citadel, anc
report may or may not be true-pi
bly not. It is difficult to get infoi
tion on the subject. Cadet Keni
will, however, probably be grani
furlough, and expects to be able t
turn to the academy in a week c
He is a "plebe," having entered
academy October 3d. Hazing is pr<
ited at the academy, and should
turn out to be a case of hazing t
will be trouble among the older ca<
Another Pension Veto.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.-The P
dent has v.etoed the bill pensio
Mary K. Richards, on the ground
the pension bureau has reexam
her rejected case since the passas
this bill, and decided to grant I
pension on the ground that the foi
rejection was an error.
The President commenting on
says: "With this action of the per
bureau I concur. I therfore, ven
notwithstanding persistent misr
sentations in similar cases, to d
prove of this bill upon the ground
deserving beneficiary will receive,
der the action of the pension buret
much larger sum that she wou
such action was superceded by
amount of the proposed statute in
The Eight-Hour In Force.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.--It
stated at the postoffice departmen
day that the eight-hour system for
ter carriers was in force all over
country, except San Diego, Cala.,
ghany City, Pa., and Jacksonville,
Tellow fever causes the delay at
latter place; while the other two l
not perfected their arrangements.
Thirty-Third Degree Masons.
WAsmINGToN, Oct 15.-The sup:
oouncil, Thirty-third Degree, Sco
Rite Masonry, for the southern j
diction of the United States, met
to-day. Among those in attend
are several members from Jalpan
The Third on Record.
WAsHINGTON. Oct. 15.-Mrs. Ad
Bettinger, of Lincoln, Neb., was te
admitted to practice before the sup1
court of the United States. She is
third woman lawyer admited to]
tice in this. court. Her predece
have been Mrs. Belva Lockwood
Mrs. Gordon, of San Frahxcisco.
Every wife and mother in the e
try should know the great valt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, as a blood pur
It gives tone, health, and. strengh~
the vital organs, corrects all irregt
ties, and expels impurities fronm
system. Young and old use it. Pric
A Common-sense Remedy,
In the matter of curatives what
want is something that will do its
while you continue to do yours-ar
dy that will give you no inconven
nor interfere with your business.
a remedy is ALCOCK'S Poxous I
TERS. These plasters are purely
table and absolutely harmless.
reuire no change of diet, and ar
afieted by wet or cold. Their a
does not interfere with labor or
ness; you can toil and yet be<
while hard at work. They are so
that the youngest, the oldest, the
delicate persons of either sex cai
them with great benefit.
Beware of imitations, and do n
deceived by misrepresentations.
Ask for ALcOcK's, andI let no e:
nation or solicitation induce yout
cept a substitute.
Cnour,Wroom1NO Co~car and]I
chitis immediately relieved by Shi
we desire to say to our citizens, thb
years we have been selling Dr King's
Discovery for Comsumnption. Dr. King'
Life Pills, Buck.len's Arnica salve and
t ric Bitters, and have never handled ren
that sell as well, or that have given
uniiersal satisfaction. we do not hesit
guarantee them every time, and we
ready to'refund the purchase pr,ce, if
factry results do not ftollow their use.
remedies have won their great popu
purely on their merits. Cofieldl & L
Caution to Mothera.
Every mother is cautioned ag
giving her child laudanum or pa-reg
it creates an unnatural cravigm
stimulants which kills the mindo:
child. Acker's Ba by Soot her is spee
prepared to benefit children and
their pains. It is harmless and coni
no Opium or Morphine. Sold b:
Robertson, opp)osite Postflilee,
berry, S. C.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspi
and Liver Comxplaint? Shiloh's
lizer is guaranteed to cure you.
Shannon File, at J. W. Chapm
Flynn is again with us and p
have gone down with a rush ; w~
goes to show that he means bus
Full stock of White Lead and
and other Paints at Peoples & J
Wright & J. W. Coppock's li1
Gents' Neckwear is just awfully
That is what the ladies say, . e
lest looking ones.
Are You Skeptical ?
If so, we will convince you that Ac
English Remedy for the lungs i-s
ror to all other preparations, an<
positive cure for all Throat and ]
troubles, Croup, Whooping Cough
Colds. We guarantee the prepar
and will give you a sample bottle
P. Robertson, opposite Postotlice,
berry, S. C. ali.i
SmIton's VITALIZERa is what
need for Constipation, Loss of App
.zziness, and all symptoms of
pepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents pe:
October .'kd, 1SSS, by Rev. W. J,
.]J Lan.gston, MIr. Thos. R . Workman, of
The New berry County, to Iiss Mary Atchi
this soi, daughter of Mr. Jas. L. Atchison
ill. of Laurens County.
Mkia' Miss Miamie 1L. Whites, daughtcr o:
th Capt. U. B. \hites, of Prosperity
died on Friday, 12th instant, in th(
th 22nd year of her age.
new Mrs. Mary L. Wilson. mother of Ir
Fin- W. M. Wilson, of Newberry, died al
has Peak on Friday, 12th instant, aged 7
The years, 11 months and 16 days.
n1i- Po"T OFI(':. NEWRaRRY. C. C.
ew- List of letters unclainwd and advertise<
At October 16, SS.
the Brown, "Miss Fannie Livingston. Nancy C.
own Bradburn. P. N. lenwick.Mis Amand;
trial Cromer. William Spence. Miss Mallie
eiCook, Mi1ss Allice Teller, Latitte
nDavis, Izeake walkeT. Miss Vena
rnes, Edwards. Miss Sallie Wilson, George (2)
d in Johnson. Miss Fanny Wilson. Miss Delfay
Kinard, Melvin d) Wilson, Miss -Mahale:
Persons calling for these letters will pleas,
say they were ad vertised.
E. S. Ii ERP.ERT, P. M.
Oil, Paints and Art material of evi
D. tf. HUNT'S :OOK STORE.
at Glennl Springs Water, just received
her- and for sale by case or bottle, by P
Robertson, Pharmllacist, opposite th<
ircu- Good Writing Paper at 4c a quire al
sebe J. W. Chapman's.
hoba- A CARD.
- I CAN now be found at the store o1
edya .Jos. Manni, Newberry, 8. C., and
:ed a am prepared to show my friends a full
o re- line of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, No
r so. tions, Toys, etc., at remarkably low
the prices. Din't fail to call and see m(
thib before )uyiig.
this 2t ~ J. T. SETZLER.
OFFICE OF CoUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
resi- Newberry County, S. C., Oct. 2, 1888.
Qing ITOTICE is hereby given that all
that I persons holding bills, accounts, oi
ined demands of any kind against thf
,e of County, which have not been presented
er a to the Board of County Comnissimners
mer are required to deposit the same wit:
me, on or before the first day of No.
this vember, so that they may be examined
sion at the regular annual yueeting of th(
ture,- Board on the 6th of November, 1888.
?pre- 4t. GEO. B. CROMER, Clerk.
u n- I~ OP~
This way a minute if
you please. Here are
as some facts for your care
ful consideration. We
Fl a r e surrounded by
stocks of Merchandise
ranging from $10,000
to $15,000, but the
~Ro uss System
0%e IS WINNING RIGHT
and ALONG side of them!
Why is this thus ?
a. .ISimply because of the
da GREAT ADVANTAGE
the- OF THE CASH SYS.
We are daily adding
ofnumbers to our LONG
SLIST OF CUSTOMERE
"and our BUSINESS IE
e Si- GROWING at a RAPIt
RATE, the effect of omu
e"e New -Method
Such Now it is left witt:
you. Will YOU join the
rhey ranks of those who art
timarching under th(
bui CASH BANNER, or wil
pur you struggle on undes
use the debt-bedraggled
tbe colors of the credin
ila- army until you fail it
a the unequal conflict?
is daily sending some of thi
" resistless bargainIs obtained bj
Elec- him with the REiDY DOLLAR
"a Call early be fore they are al
aa,d gone, for they go out as rapid.
rit ly as they come in, anad yeOt
may be too late if you delay
.is REM2VEMIBER .THI
orc, RACKET STORE.
lal COuOK &
4t COBIOiE with GEAT REACTING POWM
THEY ARE AS TRANSPARENT AND CO1
e_ of ORLESS AS LIGHT ITSELF,
nte And for soft ness of endurance to the eye can
,tenot be excelled, enabling the wearer to rea<
tf for hours without fatigue. In fact, they ar
Perfect Sight Preservers
ker's Testimonials from the leading physician
In the United States.:;overnors, senators, leg
.upe- islators, stockmena, men of note in all prm
1 is a fessions and branches of trade, hankers, met
un~ chanics. etc..evan be:iven who have had thei
ani~ sight improved by their use.
ition ALL EYES FITTED,
free. And the Fit Guaranteed by
Ne COF!ELD & LYONS,
-Newberry, S. C.
you These glasses are not supplied to peddlers a
etite, any price.
Dys- A. K. HAWKES,
LbOt IIIOLESALE DEPOTS ATLAST~ GA
We are not bragging 1
are prepared to show the
M E NS', BOYS' AND CHILDREI
SHOES, HATS A
EVER SHOWN UP IN
We expect you to put c
and we are prepared to j
FIG RES IRE THE FIRS
Therefore come and see I
con.vinced that we LEAD I
. THE "NEWBERRY
B. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
CR YOU WILL B!
I W.A.]TT T~I
AND MUST HAVE IT,IF LOW F
I have to acknowledge .the corn, I am OV E
even at a big ss
1,000 yards of WhiteLawn Remnants, I 1
1ac. per yard, worth 8c. .yd
22,000 yards of Colored Lawns, Rem- 1
nants at 3 c. per yard-worth 61c. 1 $1
There is not help for misfortune, ai
15e. Scotch Cheviots down to loc. (
Berges down to 15c. 1 20c
tc. double-width Dress Goods down I
to l:5c. rifi
WhiteDressRoUies less than halt price. 1 2
THOSE PRICES ARI
BUT THERE IS NO C
of every kind, slaughtered, including Vi
French Lawns. The largest and pretl
Broche, open Plaids canvas s
white Dress Good s ever brov.
surprise al ut these
Flouncing in Swiss and Oriental, 54 inches
broidery awful cheap. Silk Gloves
at 10c-worth 20c. Bleachin
Cottonades, Linns, a
of every k
MAKE A NOT
Parasols, Umbrellas, Shoes, Slippers, Base:
that can be found in a No. 1 Racket Store, i:
D).. O. ~B-'
THE LEADER AND
The Wholesale and ReIaiI I
WE HAVE THE STOCK! THE S
THE CAPITAL! THE ENERC
We ClaimtIhe Lead! We Like Oppt
and under no condition will we bu
BOSS BuSINESS 11O01I
Every express brings new styles ar<
the latest novelties. Despite the gener
the last month our business has been
are 75 per cent. better than we expected
We desire to openly acknowled4
thanking them for their past favors, an
future, assuring them that we will ever
and that they will always find our sto&
best quality and at the very lowest boti
quote to you some of ourstartling, unpr
so very busy that we actually cann<
Remnbenmber that we will not, cannot
for cash, and consequently can offer yoi
Finally, in conclusion, and by way
this one fact upon your mind: Don't fo
We handle Bacon, Flour and 1M
course, our prices are much lower than.
smaller lots; in fact, we can offer y<
department. as our goods are all fresh
COMIE AND SEE US.
fLOYD & I
YOU WILL SA
'BOOTS AND HfOE
A9 I HLL LINE OF L OODS Il
t . FOO'i
* :-'-~~- -
when we say that we
ND FURNISHING GOOD
ur claim to the test
irove every point we
TND FINL TEST,
or yourselves, and be
N OUR LINE.
RICES WILL FETCH IT. :'
RSTOCKED, andmust un3osia-X
?,000 yards of best Gingham, 10 to &
Remnants. 9c. Cheap at 12
73 bundles of Calico and Woreclat
id we must keep knocking.
riental marked from 10c. to 5c.,
to 18c., from 25c. to 12jc.
Iamburg Edging and Inserting:
eed to half price.
)c. Sateens down to 12e .
UR0 FOR IT.
toria, Bishop, India Linen an- =
iest variety of striped checked y
yles and ~satin inished
ght here. The only
Goods is the
Allover Hamburg and Sw .
at 25c.-worth 50c; Hoisery
, Sheeting, Ticking,
E OF THIS:
Ball Shoes, and, in fact, everything
CHAMPION OF LOW PR[,1NS.
ry Coeds; Boots, Sh 6
TYLES! THE LOCATION!
Y! THE LOW PRICES!
Silill! WYe Def fflj@pIiiii
lge from our position .as the
[ every freight train is laden wit..
al dullness which prevailed for
mnost satisfactory, and dur saler
e our gratitude to our patronar
d hope for a continuance in the '
use our best endeavors to please,
yk of goods the best selected, h.
om figures. We would like
ecedented prices, but we areket:
>t find the time to get them ap
be undersold, as we buy strctl y
of parentliesis, let us impress
rget the p!aae !
olasses by the car load, and, ot
when these goods are boughtia..
>u special inducements in tha -
and bought at bottom figures4
H., & CL0
L YOU -