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Local and Special.
Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt forsuberip
tions and take new on.es t Prospe rity.
Mr. T. J. Wil,ouii authorized to do the
sarne at Rid:e ..
Jlr. J,)el W. 10,er will receive new sub,.-rip
tions and receipt fc,r ~l i one. at l'inria.
M etin; of StewarI,..
The Board of Stewards of the New
berry Circuit of the 1. E. Church w%ill
meet in the circuit intrsonalre oil
Wednesday, Novemb'er 2lst, at 1(1 a. in.
2t- A. J . KiOE. ("hairnian.
T. Grifl Williitt-, at tall No. 2,
furnishes chI,e leef, Pork and M)ut
toni. ',;( lv \n"outr urdr'. t f
A large stock 4)f T's no w arr1ivilig at
Proctor Todd's. t:.
To the Editor Herald and News: We
have employed Mrs. Jane A. Long as
teacher of Johntztone Academy for
another year. At a ieetinig of the
patrons of the sch'ool the following res
olution was p)a-ssed and ordered to be
published in the cou_inty p,ape rs. I hope
you will coiily with their request
Resolo d, That wve the patrons
of Johnstonc Acaderny are highly
pleased with the services rendered by
Mrs. Jane A. Lonr as teacher of Johii
stone Acadeniy for the year ending
October :1, is. A. J. K It..ORE,
(iiairuian of Meeting.
Shake the Aromatic Cheroot-5 for
10 cents. For sale by
tf. 'PIoToo Toil.
The annual ineeting of the county
conui:liissioilers was held on Tuesday
A nuniber of ciaiit. were approved but
very few ordered paid. 'aynent of taxes
has been very slow this fall, and very
little money is on haid.
The levy for the next fis(:al year was
made. Last year the levy was three
mills. This year the county coniis
sioners made the levv four imills. The
increase is necessary o1 account of the
destruction of bridges by the freshet.
The loss to the county from this cause
was estiiated by the conuissioners at
On Tuesday night between i_ end 1
o'clock a party of persons in passing
the residence of Mr. J. Thos. Mayes, on
Mainstreet, fired some fifteen or twenty
shots at his house, none went through
the windows, but on Wednesday morn
ing Mr. Mayes found several bullets
around his house. It frightened his
v'fe and children very much. Mr.
Mayes has no idea as to who the par
ties were or the intent with which the
firing was done. Such reckless shootieg
should be severely dealt with whether
done with deadly intent or as a pastinie
amusement in excessive hilarity.
There is no fun in 't. Every eff'ort
should ice made to ferret thxe mnatter
Ward's C'elebrated Toin ('hewing
Gunm, made of pure Balsanl Tolu, and
considered thle best all over the country.
For sale at R~obertso.~is D)rug Store, Op)
posite tihe post-office. t f.
Y. M1. C. A. Note.
The Young Mcen's meeting will be
held this evening at 7:45 o'clock. Meiu
* bers are earnestly reques.ted to attend
and a cordiial invitation is extended to
all younlg men.
Subscribers to the gynmlasiumi are
hereby notified thiat a meeting will be
held immediately ainer the young mien's
meeting to discuiss the gyvmnasinum
work, and it is desirable that every
member attend, that a thorough un
derstanding uimy be had of what we
propose to do.
-On next-Tunesday at 7:4-> o'clock a
mass mleeting will be held in the Asso
ciation rooms. Short anfd addresses will
be made byv Rev. C. P. Scott, tile Gen
eral Secretary, and others. A cordial
* welcome is extended to all frienids of the
association. .J. Tl. N.
Go to Proctor T[(-b1('s for your* 24Iince
meat, Preserves and Alppe Butter. tt
Excursion T:ainisi to the State Fair.
Special exeuifn trains to the State
Fair on tile Coluinbia and G reenville
Railroad will b e run from Hodges on
November 1:thi, 14th, 1:>th and 10th.
T'he follow ing' is the schedule for
stations in Newberry County:
Leave C.happre! 9.................-----.-------^
Leave saluisa I ,dd Town............--.-.
Leav.e suver stre.t...............----------...
Leave Newl.'-ry............ .... ..---. -..
1 ave Proq. . rity..................----------. -
- eave PoxmariaL............-.---------------.
- rrive (oum ia.......... ....---..
-Returning. the trains leave ( olumnbia
at6.00 p.- ml., arriving at Newb'erry~ it
w ill. odfo ovme 2ht
Novembr -..'th at the followinig rates:
Pomnaria....... -------- - -
Prosper ty............------ .---- ..-.
Newl>erry...... . . .. .......------------ - - -
Saluda~ old Towa n . --,
A-\ COuipon is attached to thle exeuirsionl
ticket which admiits a personi one time
in the Fair grounds.
Chxarged with Forgery.
On last Frid:t; Novembi er 2tnd, a
negro wvent to Mr. .Jos. Brown's store
and asked himz to cashl a cheek onl the
bank signed by E. A. Scott for twenity
one dollars, and muade payable to Johnl
Maffett or bearer. M1r. Browni sulspected
something wrong~ and inqjuired why Mr.
Scott owed hiin and lie said lie had1(
sold hiim eat t le. Mr. Brou-wn noit satis
tiedl wenit aroun id to Sue 2M r'. S'.it t wih
said thle signtutre was a foirgerv. While
Mr. Brownt wa: g.'ne the negro ti"l
leave of absence-. ;l b ne"r" was iden
tified as Silas IKe: nedy. The' 1 olict.
captured himl: here' in town Satuirday
afternlooni and' !oded him;' in jail. .A
prelim?inary w'as held bef'ore J ustie
Blease oil Wednlesda,y, :ind in defaull
of.404) bond he was senlt to jail to await
trial at 5e.l-ionli"rt -
Keinedy has beeni a s'-h"ol teacheC
in the county for severail yeair. and wa
the eletionl l Ion T-iday.
Glenn springs' Water.
W. v Pelhaml. D rugiiSt.wVill sell vot
G;lenn'Springs' Water for the nifl
mlonley that the pro'priet (.-s ask for i. a
they allow himi~ a comuionSii ol 4
case. ) Don' t ord'r it fromh the s~prut
cheaplv. at hoiii.
tf \- I - aM Avo Druggis-t
THE ELECTION IN THE COUNTY.
The election on Tuesday in this
county passed off very quietly. Very:
few negroes turned out to the polls and
the day wore the appearance of a half
holiday. There was no Republican f
ticket out except the ticket for presi
dential elector;, for Harrison and Mor
ton and also a few tickets for the prohi
bition electors althhough we believe
only one ballot was cast for this ticket
in the county. We give herewith the
to)tal vote given each candidate voted
for. These figures are not official, but
we think they will be found approxi
There was only one county ticket in
the field, though in some cases there
was sonie seratcling and at Prosperity,
Jolly Street, Pomaria and Walton
there were a good many votes east for
Mr. J. A. Siigh for the Senate, although
he was not a candidate. There was a
very fair Democratic vote for this
county. At Newberry there were a i
few votes for Lawrence Jones for Con
gress in opposition to Hon. J. S. Coth- t
ticket was voted almost solidly. Col.
ran. At other precincts the county i
Schunpert received a solid vote for t
Solicitor. The Amendment to the Con
ititution in reference to the School t
Commissioner is lost by 1,200 majority
while the amendment in reference to
change in terni of office of Probate t
Judge is carried by 1,003 majority.
'RESlDENTIA L ELECTORS.
Dem ocratic Electors.................................... 1i-i
Republican Electors.................................. :6
Prohibition Electors................ ........ 1
('ONGRES.NAN THIRD ISTRICT.
J. -. Cothran................................................ 1ti-8
Lawrence Jones.......................................... 4
John Peter Richardson.......................... 1.~z6
w illiam . L. M auldin..................................1~9 (
SE:CR T.% RY OF STArE.
J. Q . Maarshall............................................. 15.;
Jo).. H. 1:arle................................................ 1i5;4S
Isaac S. Bamnberg....................................... 15"1
AI)JUTANT GENER AL.
. . L. Bonharm . Jr........................................ l54
UtEINTEN1)ENT OF EDUCATION.
.J.t.. 11. R ice................................................ 1:54
J. S. Verner................................................. 15,4 1
SoLICITOR SEVES rH CIRCuiT.
0. L. Sclumpert....................................... 1;'1
Y. J. Pope........... ..................... 57
.1. A . Slig l.................................................... IS5
Geo. S. M ower......................................... 1571
J. M . Johustone........................................... 154; ]
R. T. C. H unter.......................................... 1542
CLERK OF CoURT.
John M . K inard........................................... 1395
W . W . Riser................................................. I:5I
Jacob B. Fellers......................................... 1595
SCHoOL 4 OMMISSIONER.
A rthur K ibler.............................................. I
J. C. Perry.................................................. 1595
J. 11. Sm ith................................................... 15!- (
Silas W alker................................................ 1595.i
C. B. Buist.............................................. 1591
SCH ooL CoMMIUSION ER A3MENDM IENT.
'ROBA TE JLUDG E AXMEND31ENT.
No................................................... 208 ]
There was a large crowvd in town-x on<
Monday. In fact, it was the first sale-]
day this fall, that made the streets put 1
on the appearance of a saleday. The I
crowd was very quiet and nothing of]
special interest took place. Lands in I
some cases sold well, and in others noti
The Master off'ered several tracts. I n
the case of the Bank against Kilgore, 7
tracts were sold. Tract No. 1, contain
in 90 acres, to Mrs. Ida C. Hunter for
$905. The whole bid was paid in cash.
Tract No. 2, containing 75 aud one
third acres, to D. M. Ward for $630.
Tract No. 3, containing 48 and two
tifth acres, to Theo. Johnstone for $605.
Tract No. 4, containing 98 acres. to
Jas. F. Todd for S910..
Tract No. 5, containing 63 and four
fifilh acres, to T. Q. Boozer for $655.
Tract No. 6, containing 94 acres, to
W. H. Long for $1,373.
Tract No. 7, containing 40 and one
fifth acres, to T. Q. Boozer for $505.
In the case of Shealy against Der
rick 130 acres was bought by Elizabeth
Shealy, the plaintiff, for $610.
In the case of Cline et al, Executors4
against Sloan 110 and seven-tenths
acres, wvas bought by A. M. Bowers at
The case advertised by the Master,
Prather against Robertson, was bettled
before sale, and no sale made.
ThJe Probate Judge made one sale ini
the case of Maybin against Maybin, in
Tract No. 1, containing 132 acres, to
Reuben S. Maybin, for $365.
Tract No. 2, containing 259 acres, to
John H. Willinghanm, for $2530.
The Sheriff sold no land but in the case
of Martin against Whitman, sold sonec
personial property on the premises.
Fresh Mackerel at Proctor Todd's. t f
The low prices that Flynn is selling
goods at is astonishing every body. tf
Two Good Gins.
We have two splendid gilns in good
conttidoon arid ready to gin for all per
sons who will kindly bring us their
cotton. Clean seed and a good turnout
of nice lint. Steam Press.
2t. DOMINICK & LOVELACE.
Box Papers, at J. WV. Chr.pman's,
"C'omet Style," "Bullion," "'Cha:rred
Edge," etc., etc.
"Two Little Confederates," by Thos.
Nelson Page. Now on sale at Hunt's
Boo0k Store. - tf
Sumiton's \1TALIZER is what you
need for Constipation, Loss of A ppetite,
D)izzinecss, and all symplltomls of' Dys
peplsia. Priice. 10. and 75 cents per bot
Good Paper at 65e3 a reami, at .J. WV
Who keeps tile nicest stock of Hats in
Newvberry? Wright & J. W. (Coppock
Gjo and14 see them and be convinced. t f.
Remember that Wright & J.W\. Cop
p 1ock give a discoun t of ten per cent
from regular prices on all cash sales:'tfi
WVriting p)aper at 3 Cents a quire at
H unt's Book Store.
Prodigious ! Prodigious !
All the new medicines that have re
eeivedl popular endorsement may be
found at Pelham's Drug Store. What
evcr you want in the medicine line if
not in stock will be ordered for you on I
short notice, and money saved you.
tf PELHAM'S DRrG STORE.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Ralph Boazman's little son was
tecidentally shot on Saturday 3rd inst..
thile rabbit hunting.
Next Monday is the first day of our
all term of Court. Judge J. B. Ker
haw will preside.
Business was quite active in Foot's
oneyard onl last Monday, beginning
.t ain .-arly hour.
The lnion service oi next Sunday
ight will be held in the Methodist
:hurch. The sernion will be preached
> Rev. C. P. Scott of the Baptist
The County Treasurer is making very
ittle progress in the collection of taxes.
here is no rush as yet.
Ir. J. I. Green, of the Charleston
Vorld, will distribute one hundred
opies of his paper in Newberry to-day.
tev. J. B. Fox will preach in the
.utheran church next Sunday morn
ng and Rev. A. G. Voigt at night.
The Young Mien's Christian Associa
ion of St. Paul's Lutheran church
ave elected the following officers for
he current seni-annual term: W. P.
'ounts, president, W. B. Boinest, vice
*resdent, L. I. Epting, secretary and
The Counts Farmers' Association
ras to have met here on Mionday, but
here was not a quorum present. Presi
lent R. T. C. Hunter appointed the
ollowing delegates to the State Con
ention: J. T. P. Crosson, T. Conner,
an Duncan. .J. R. Davidson and J. Y
Mr. -'ugene (ritliii returned last
reek from Poughkeepsie Business
ollege. He stopped in Washington
nd saw the sights.
Miss Minnie Reid, of Laurens, is
isiting Mrs. B. B. Hunter.
Mrs. R. F. Bryant, of Orangeburg, is
'isiting her father, Mr. 1). W. T'. Kib
Mliss MclIntotih has recovered from
ever, and took charge of her school
Mr. John Rogers, of Union, was in
he city yesterday to attend the mar
iage of his son Mr. L. N. Rogers.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer and Mr. Wm.
ohnson will leave this week to visit
Mr. John I. Green, representing the
harleston World, is in the city in the
iiterest of that paper.
Mr, A. E. P. Bedenbaugh, of the
ress and Reporter, was in Newberry
Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh has accepted
position of Missionary for South
arolina for the American Sunday
chool Union. He will travel through
At the Crotwell Hotel on WVednes
ly at one o'clock MIr. Louis N.
toger and Miss Bcssie Blease were
mnited in marriage, the Rev. .J. S.
.ozby oflicia ting. Miiss Bessie is the
Idest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
lease. She is a most estimable young
dy, highly accomplished anid greatly
eloved by all wvho know her and Mr.
toger is fortunate in winning her
ieart and hand. Mr. Roger has been
n town for sonie time~ in charge of the
>usiness of D. C. Flynn and hasjwon
he esteemi and respect of our people by
us gentlemanly demeanor. Thbe happy
oupile left on the afternoon train yes
erday on Union for a visit, after which
hey will return to Newberry and
nake their home with us. 'The Herald
.d News extends congratulations.
M iss Mary McCoy, of Coluiibia, paid
Sbrief visit to her friends here last
Miss Sallie Frits, of Winnsboro, is
risiting friends in the village.
Capt. Godsey, supervisor C. & G. Rt.
:1., has had a substantial crossing built
o connect with the roadway between
dessrs. Bishop and Scott. Thiis is a
reat convenience, for which the
uthorities are duly thanked.
The attendance at the Sunday-ichool
mn the afternoon of the 4th instant was
cry large. The Sunday-school, when
t does not trenscend its legitimate du
ies, is an incalculable blessing to t.he
hlildren. It is riot enough that they
tteud the Sabbath-school. They should
ikewise attend divinie service onice
wery Lord's dlay. The reaisonis are (ob
The beauty of the October days
~vhichi passed a\ ay so quietly, still
ingers with us. Cloudless skies and
>almy weather, bright mo:nings and
ranqluil ev:enings ha .e been favored us
>y kind nature. She is compensating
is for the rough treatment of the
A ugust-Septenmber wveather. That royal
veed, the golden rod, has nearly disap.
peared, the bee-aster, now fringing the
v~oodlands, 'will soon follow, but the
shrysanthemium will remain, of all the
~amily of flowers, to teach us the lesson
>f "patient waiting'"-so much needed
jy us all. The prayer ot our people fox
ji prologe fall season has becen heard.
November and no killing frost. Vege.
.at ion is yet green and the cotton fields
re wvhite. We should go forward both
gratefully and hopeful.
Try Holmes' Fragrant Frostilla, for
3happed hands, sore lips, sunburn, etc.
For sale only by P. Robertson, D)rug.
Wright & .J. WV. (Coppock's line ol
enits' Neckwear is just awvfully nice.
T'hi:t is what lie iadies say, i. e., tha
(t looskintg ones. if
Wi In Yor SUFm:n with D)yspepsiai
ui' Liver ( omplaint ? Shiiloh's Vita
lizer is guaraniteed to cure you.
Flynn is again with us and( prices
bare grone down with a rush ;which:
oes to showv that he means busines,
WVright a. .J. W. (oppock have got i
big stock. and1( they are going to sell il
or give it away. Mark di L. tf
Envelopes just received at Hunt'!
Book St ore. tf
Turnip Seeds. Turnip Seeds. Ruta
baga, Early Flat Dutch, Red or Purpl<
Top, A mber Globe, Yellow Aberdeen
Mammoth Globe, Giolden Ball anc
oth-er varieties just received and forsalt
at Robertson's Drug Store, opposite th4
PROSPERITY LETTE R.
Hon. Calvin Kinard and wife, of
Ninety-Six, were in town on Monday s
We move to-day into the rooms lately
vacated by Mr. W. S. Birge and his
family, and we are calm and serene.
Rev. Mr. Huggins will occupy the
Singley house on the 1st of December. A
This is the house that we a:e now va
The offerings in our cotton market
for the past week have been unusually
light for this season. Price to-day 9 o
cents on a basis for middlings.
Rev. W. B. Elkin addressed the Y.
M. C. A. in Grace church on last Sun- 1
day. His address was short but, was
replete with sound advice, and was at
tentively listened to. His subject was
"('hrist our Model." t
Mrs. V. S. Birge will leave to-morrow
Thursday, for Greenville, and William
will follow on Saturday, from which o
place they will go to Fort Worth ti
Texas. Again Prosperity loses a good tl
substantial family and' Texas gains by g
the change. Go Wes:, young man, go u
Mr. P. L. Langford and his bride,
nec Miss Tommie Hickland, of Black- h
stock, arrived here on the 7.30 train o
last Thursday night. They, with bridal 4
party repaired to the house of the
groom's parents, where we understood
a sumptuousrepast was prepared for the
occasion. They left on Monday for.
Kingville, where Pick clicks the wires
and fights mosquitos.
There will be a'hot supper calesthen- P
ics and a musical entertainment at
the Academy building on Friday nigh t
for the benefit of the musical depart
ment of the school. The entertainment s<
will be under the auspices of the facul- t)
tv. This is the first one of the season
and it is to be hoped that it will be
largely attended and liberally patron
ized. We want everybody to coie
and bring somebody else along with t
them. Mr. Editor, you and all of our
Newberry friends have a very pressing
invitation to attend. Prior to the 28th of 1i
August, a number of the bright beam- t
ing faces of New .,errians were seen al- c
most daily on our streets, and oh! how J(
polite and genial, and kind, and broth
erly, and generous and whole souled 0
these fellows were; but since that time, f
theirs, has been like angels visits "few 3'
and far between," Conie back '!Jack"
and "Jake," and Walter, and George,
and Malcolm and 7" and all of you l.
boys, come back to see us, again, and l;
next Friday night, %i1 be a good time, a
,.The election passed off very quietly a
yesterday, and the vote was an exceed- c
ingly light one for this precinct. We r
do not like to see so.much apathy and t
indifference manifested in general c
elections, It seems that our people are
fast forgetting the desperate, and even
bloody struggle we had just twelye I
years ago to secure a desirable govern
ment, and unless we are more vigilant
and mianifest a greater interest in the
general Federal election it will only be
a question of time, when the old enemy
will again have us at his mercy. Un
less we are mistaken in the tone of the
Associated Press reports last night, n
now stand a good chance, with all the
election machinery in our hiands, to
lose the great leader of the Democratic
party. It is true that at this precinct
"Granl-pap's hat." only got two votes in
it, while Cleveland got 383. But just
think Prosperity voted only a little
over half of her strength. Too mnuch
lethargy, too much indifference. We
hope for the better. Let us fight the
enemy more and ourselves less. Yu HE
Rev. J. E. Berly, M. D., is staying<
with his father, who is quite sick.
H-1 M. Mayer & Co. is running a
traveling steam gin in this community.
There wvas a missionary picnlic at St.
John's church last Thursday. A large1
crowd and a pleasant time is reported
by all who attended. There will be com
munion at that church next Sunday.
Miss Teague, the new teacher of
Wheeler Academy, arrived here 01n
Saturday. The school opened on Mon
Rev. J. B. Fox, who has p)reachedl ati
Bethileem church for the past four 1
nionths, preached his last sermon at
that church on 4th Sunday in October.
Rev-. Fox gave perfect satisfaction]
while with us. The church is at pres
ent without a pastor.
Having been a correspondent for this
paper for over one year, and finding it
inconvenient to continue, I, with this
issue, write my last letter to its col
unmns. During this time, I have re
ceived somre congratulations, and many
curses. I have gained some enemies,
and I.trust this short notice wvill put an
end to all emity against me. Duringi
this time, I have told the truth, and thei
truth only. It is not that I dislike this1
paper, or the edlitor either, but that I
find it inconvenient to continue. I hope
the kind Editor will be fortunate in
getting a good correspondent at this.
place. Wishing success to The Herald
and News and all its readers.
I am Respectfully,
JOEL W. RIsER.
Pomaria, S. (., November 5th, 1888.
Hallow, Charlie! Have you beenj
spendIing the winter in Mexico? Naw,.
been to Wright & Coppock's; couldn'ti
resist. tf .:
It is wonderful how J. 8. Russell
can sell 10 cakes of soap for 2.5cts., and
groceries, dry goods, boots, shoes,
crockery-ware, glass-ware, tin-ware,
hardware, and other things so low
down. ('all and see for yourselves. tf 1
CATARREH CURED. healthand swee
breath secured, 1by Shiloh's C:. t irrh
Remedy. Price 30 cents. Nasaml -In-'
If you want a first-class Sewing Ma
Ichine, call on D). B. Wheeler on Friend
street, next door to Dr. Pope's office. tf
Confections, Cakes and Crackers atl
ways fresh at S. B. .JoxEs. tf
Coal ! Coal!
I will keep on hand a full supply of
Red Ash Egg Coal. Give mne a call.
SAM B. JONEs.
Flynn is selling out and leaving
2Newberry, and we understand he is
selling goods at cost. tf
Base-balls from5Sc. to $1.50, at Hunt's
Book Store. tf.
HERALDINGS FROM NO.6.
Ben Davis, eolored. of No. 7 Town- J1
iip, was committed to jail last week, i
2arged with hog stealing.
Mrs. Annie Whitmire, of Brevard,
C., is visiting her father, Mr. J. S.
Mrs. E. C. Cbappell, of Greenwood,
as been visiting relatives and friends !
i the township. 1:
.Jacol Cleland, colored, giled 7: hales
cotton from last Monday S a. in., to tl
tturday, 1( a. In. Jake has a new w
itfit and is doing good work. p
Mr. John W. Reeder has opened a b
ore at his home near the Long n
ridge on Little River. Our township j I
ow boast of eight stores, and if the N
armers' Alliance refuses to take in
ierehants, there will be a poor ehane+
organize an alliance in our town
Corn stealing seems to be the order. (
the day among our colored popula- I
on, nearly every one has lost soeic of
ilir corn in the field; in fact, sheep,
>ats and hogs have a way of coming J
p missing lately.
The cotton picking season will soon
e over and the crop is very poor, I C
card one of our best farmers say the II
her day that he could not get over o
bales to the mule. C
November 5, 18S. TiELm. n
NOTES FROM EXELSIOI.
Some of our farmers report their
School re-opened Monday morning
ith good at: endance.
Monday being sale day at Newberry g
vcral of our fariers went up to visit
Ie city and witness the sales. r
Another good season of rain Saturday e
Iorning and small grain is flourishing.
Miss Beulah Barre, of Prosperity,
ient a portion of last week with rela
ves in this community.
Sunday night we had the pleasure of
stening to an able address delivered to
me Prosperity Y. M. C. A. in Grace (
hurch by Rev. W. B. Elkin. His sub
ct being based upon "The Sabbath
ay" and how the Sabbath was so
ften spent especially by the young
ien of this day and time, which sub
ict was very interesting and full of
It seems that friend "Yube" is still
eiug troubled with that mischievous
ob-tailed yaller cat and we know ex
tly how to sympathize with our
riend for we are troubled no little with
bob-tailed yaller dog and I'll bet my
Id hat that yaller-bob-tailed dog is at
y mother's hen nest right now. Shoo,
here, you trifling yaller-well, I'll de
lare; wonder why the dog-killer don't
-isit this commIlunlity again.
Saturday afternoon we had the
leasure of attending a candy pulling
which was given at tile residence of
Jlr. T. L. Wheeler. A bout thirty-five
if the young folks in the surrounding.
:omiunlity were present to participate
n the enjoyment of the evening. Tile
ittle ones enjoyed themselves by en
~aging in social plays suited to their
aste, while the older ones assisted in
)oiling the candy down, after which
dii present took part in the enjoyment
f a real candy-pulling timie. Eventu
Lly night camne on and found that all
ladi pulled candy to their hearts' eon
ent. Thanks, Mr. Wheeler, for such a
weet time. SmuMA.
A Serious Accidient.
Col. George S. Cannon, of Jalapa,
net with a serious accident yesterday
~t4 p. mn., while on his wvay home from
owvn. His horse ran away just beyond
lie college, and he was thrown out
>f his buggy. He was carried into
dr. Thos. M. Lake's residence opposite
he college, and Mr. J. P?. Pool, who
vas passing, drove into town and car
ied Dr. J. K. Gilder to attend him, and
vhere he is now receiving every atten
Dr. Gilder says it is impossible to tell
he extent of his injuries. There is a
evere concussion of the brain and the
pinal columin, anti p)ossibly someL inter
Mrs. W. C. Sligh, Col. Cannon's
laughter, was also thlrown out of the
>uggy, and recivedl some painful
Col. Cannon is one of our oldest citi
~ens, being about s2 years old, and at1
11s time of life, his injuries are veryI
Excursion to Charleston.
T he Richmond and Danville Rail
~oad Company have arranged to sell
xcursion tickets at reduced rates from
11 points on the Piedmont Air Line to
harleston for tile benefit of persons
vho wish to go down to Charleston
luring Gala Week. These tickets will
> on sale daily from Sunday, No vemn
cr 18th, to Thursday, 2d good to re
~urn until Monday, 2uth, at the follow
ng rates for the round trip).
Prosperity..3 5) Newherrv...3 630
odville...3 '0 Chlappell's...3 90
POST omric, NEwjaunv. 5. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertisedl
Novem ber 6i, I5ss.
onds, John lon t';omery. MissVic
lency, Mi1ss Ella toriat)
'an non,'Samuel P.(c ,1)M1iler, Joh11 n
evait. Erranld Martin, M1rs. Sallie E.
JeWalt, Miss Lula C. OJxner. Thomas D.
lilburn, Reuben Simken, Miss Parnei
gleberger, Laura careThomipson, Mo0ses (coli
Bill Dawkinsj Wood ward. Neely
ons Jimmy W hitmi re, Joh n
linher, B. M. Yog, M rs. Georgianla
iontgomnery, Miss J.(2)care Trhomias Frederick
Young. M iss Daisy.
Persons calingui for these letters will please
ay they were advertised.
E. S. HElRBERtT, P. M
WXright & J1. W. (oppiock's is tile
lace to get your ( lothuing if you wantj
(P get the wort h of your mioneyv. tf
Don't forget that ID. B. Whleeler hasi
mr hand at reasonlale prices the D)o
nestie, D)avis anid the New Homie Sew
ng Machines. tf
Glenn Springs W\ater, just received
id for sale byv case (or hot tle, by P'.
Rotbertson, Ph.Iarmi auist, opi'ite th:e
SenooL (avox.-Havinlg bought
u large supply we canti atlordi to sell
heap). Call and examine att Hunt's
Book Store. t f
Everyone should see Wright & J. WV.
Coppock's Underwvear before purchas
ng. It is as comfortable as ornamuen
:al. This is saying much, but 'tis true.
You will save money by buying your
o.hnnl nonat Hnunt' ooknL te.
November 4, 1888, by Rev. J. D.
[ug,ins. Mr. Ed. You and Miss Pau
ne Thornton, both of Newberry.
November 4. 1888 by Rev. W. C.
eliseiter, at the Lutheran parsonage,
[r. Edward W. (Tradick and 31iss'
[att ie McCarty, of Factoryville.
Mr. Samuel Pressly Suber died of
)lisutpt ion near Walton on Thursday, -
tt inst., in the 56th year of his age.
)r. .aimes A. Cotield died in the town
f Newberry, on Noveniber 3, 1888, in
ie 45th year of his age. Dr. Cofield
'as a native of Union County, but had
racticed his profession in this county
ur several years. He came to New
?rry from Maybinton, and was a
iember of the drug firm of Cofield &
von. He was highly respected and
-ell thought of in Newberry. and will
e greatly missed. He was buried in
osemiont Cemetery Sunday afternoon.
Remember that we have just added
our stock, Dress Goods, Notions,
ent's Clothing, &c. New goods all
irough at low figures. Call and ex
t ie. WoOTEN & McWHIItTER. tf.
Good Writing Paper at 4c a quire at
T wo-thirds of a" deaths in New York
ity are from consumption or pneu
tonia. The same porportion holds for
lost other cities. Delays are danger
us. )r. Ae:ker's English Remedy for
olsull)tioln will always relieve. and
lay save your life. Sold by P Robert
Meals served at all hours and on
lort notice at Sam Jones' restaurant.
Shannon File, at J. W. Chapman's.
Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be checked
i a day, and the first stages of con
nption broken in a week, we hereby
arantee Dr. Acker's English Remedy
>r Consumption, and will refund the
ioney to all who buy, take it as per di
:etions, and do not find our statement
Drrect. Sold by P. Robertson, New
School Tablets. Just received at
lunt's Book Store. 'T'hey are selling
bemt at prices that defy competition.
More of those Oxford Bibles, at J. W.
ALL pairties having demands
against the Estate of Henry Hart
well Counts, deceased, are hereby noti
fled to render the same to me or my
attorneys, Moorman & Simkins, duily
probated, on or becfore the 26th day of
NovemIiber, 1888, as that on t hat dayv I
will make final settlenmi-uts on said es
tate. inl the Probate ('ourt for Newberry
County' and apl~Py for linal.disehargres
as Admainistrator thereof.
A(dmnilstrator of 1Henry 1-. (Coun!ts,
STATEl* OF IOUTIl CAflOLINA,
COU'NTY O1" NEWIBERRY-iN
C'OURT OF COMDION P LEAS.
Te National Bank of Newberry, S.C.
et a1, D)efenidants.
P U-iSl-ANT to the decretal order
herein, of .Judge .J. B. Kershaw,
all person.s holding demands against
the estate of William M. Kinmard, de
esed, are hereby required to render
in and estabilish the same as required
by law before thme undersigned, as Mas
ter, at his otlice, in tile town of New
berry. S. C., on or before the tenth day
<>f November next.
Master for New berry County.
Master'sAM Offi2th October 1888.
-M Za Zrn
LNG OCT! OE71
AVING NOTIFIED C. & G. S.
VACATE THEIR BUILDING
am determined to sell all goods belol
-emove them from here and pay frei;
A GREAT SA
I will sell Calico at 21c, 3c, 4c, 44c.
Will sell Dress Goods at 3-c, 5c,
louble. Black and Colored Cashmeres
Ladies' Shoes at 60c, 70c, 80c and $1
Men's Boots, full sizes, at $1,65, $1.
Kentucky Jeans at 61c, Sc, 10c, 15
hink me stole them.
Ladies' Newmarkets $2.7~, $3.25, 8
ess than they cost to make.
Ladies' Seal Piush Modjeskas at $1
.n New York from $25.00 to $50.00.
Pins, Needles and No;ions--a hand]
THIS IS A CRAND 4
or merchants needing goods to fill up
Der cent. With an experience of 30
:he world, ard the largest houses in I
advantage o;er my competitors in buyi
)ffer to the public the g:eatest bargai
THE GOODS MU
f I have to sell them at FIFTY C
[f you will examine the goods and i
.hat they are the greatest bargains e
D C. F
NEW FALL AND
We are not bragging '
are prepared to show the
FINEST, FULLEST A
MENS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN
SHOES, HATS At
EVER SHOWN UP IN'
We expect you to put 01
and we are prepared to n
PHIRES IIRE Til FIRS'
Therefore come and see ft
corinced that we LEAD Il
33. H. Cline's Old Stand, -
FLOYD &e I
will quote a
naext weekr in
that will m as
By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws whih govern thee peratin of digtion
Ephae peroerided our breakfast tabe with
a elicately fiavored beverage which may
ae us rany eavy docLors bils t Is by
lstrng enounga tbe gradevery tedency to o
die.Hundred odsubl maladi ae atr
tal abat by keping oursle yel ao and
rle wmt pur bodadaperlv nourhe h l
oad ts, by rcrs, labele thus: ala
C.AYI E P & CO. Hom<r-phati ra
An boo learned in oue reading. ma,
Wholly unlike artifiial ystems.
rpt Is, with opinions of Dr.Wn
Mind diseases.laniel Greenleaf Thop'
D),Eior of te Cristian Advoae
uge ibson, Jdab' P. BeP m an dt-bu
e Prof A. C SE , 237Fifth Ave., N. Y. ltT
GUEV VL1RS. ntam fo CoI
P T SELLING OT!
9IOWER THAT I WOULD.
)N THE 1ST OF JANUARY,
w New York Cost rather than
;ht on them. I will, there
Shirting at 3c, 4c and 5c.
Oc, Sc, 10c and 12;c-:iorth
sacrificed to Half Price.
.00-worth douile the money.
30, $2.00---these prices will
C. 20c and 25c. You would
3.90 and $5.00-all marked
..50 and $15.00, as advertised
ul for 5 cents. Hosiery and
as they will save at least 25
years in the largest cities of
he world, I claim to have the
ng goods, and can therefore
ns eve- offe.ed in Newberry.
ST BE SOLD!
ENTS ON THE DOLLAR
rices, you will be convinced
ver offered to the public.
F LOW PRICES.
hen we say that we
ID FURNISHING GOODS,
ir claim to the test,
rove every point we
MN FINAL TEST,
yr y ourselves, and be
~I OUR LINE.
NEWBERRY, 8. C
e you openi
or a Few Active, Energetic Busi
ness Men and Women
SEarn Some Money.
rE AT lecanvasr in ti rt
heky dI Ov er 10 t, a d na b t o t
ksn aywoher Reado thi p arta lis
lsend w2.5t or agens aed outt.
"HE ELING OF TRUTY,"
aite &~-i e geook itd S e I r
aeti sther rgia "m de o vler
E e, inerh ays, s fine worth of
k.Mll Rokseas ae ding teStlyas
mae me~ fa ency t an outer
mo. Wehgring lnif e geri t 4 writen
bens othfas ellng bohen tooMlli noter
tonin w ep egant Ch opn
es nd ougrngto s.exclusie ter
on rt dela. Ifyudsoene le
W-FRlESDLERY LSING TONS.