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Local and Special.
Capt. U B. Wbites will receipt for qubscrip
tions and take new <ues at Prosperity.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the
same at Ridge. Road.
New Store at Kinard's.
Mr. M. G. Berry has accepted a posi
tion with Mr. Henry 0. Heisor. at
Kinard's, S. C., and will soon leave for
To be Elected.
Next Wednesday the ('ounty Coam
missioners will elect a clerk, a keeper
to the Poorhouse and a physician to
Poorhouse and Jail.
Going Goirg ! Going!
The crowd surges toward Pelhani's
Druz_ Store in almost mad haste to se
cure some of the i1m1IenlSe ba'gains
offered in Xmas and New Year pres
ents. The people aippreciate the fact
that buying for 2 stores enables the
merchant to sell at closest margns.
Call at Pelham's Head41uarters for
A beautiful line of cents' Fancy
Slippers, Fuitable for Nmas presents,
just received at Smith & \Vearn's. 2t
All who wish nice Christmas pres
ents are respectfully invited to call and
examine the stock of Juo. W. Chap
J. J. Foot is in the city c, liecting the
accounts of Michael Foot. If indebted
you will save by sceinlg him at once. tf
Now is The Time!
To buy your fall and winter goods at
low figures. Large stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Furli
ture, &c. WOOTEN & 1eWiiWirTEn. 4
John Walker, the negro charged
with stealing meal .ut of U. H. P.
Fant's store, was captured on Thurs
day. 13th instant, by Constable H. P.
Jones, in a house Oil Ni r. Girardeau's
place, about two miles fron town. He
is now in jail, awaiting a preliminary
hearing, which will be held to-day at
Justice Blease's office.
Holiday Goods, consisting of Muf
flers, Silk Haudkrcrhiefs and Cloves
just received at Smith & Wearn's. ?t
Pure Flavoring E :tracts.
The prudent and wide-awake house
wife witi keenly appreciate the difer
ence between strong flavoring ext-aets
(which we sell at 'elhan's) and the
weak stuff sold all over town. We
make our Extracts Lemon and Va
nilla and guarantee the quality. Our
supply of pure Crr-ain 'T'artar. Soda,
Spices &c., is full, at Pelhan's Drug
TAKE PARTIC[ULAR NOTICE.
A good many of our euto:ners have
not yet paid their accounts 1o us. and
we urge them to do so at once as we are
compelled to have mioney to carry on
our business. Remember! NO miore
credit for you unless you pay ump.
PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
The Clerk of Court has given his
bond, with the fol:owlug sureties:
Jas. Mcintosh, R. L. McCaughrin, R.
H. Wight, A. M. Bowers, W. T. Tar
* rant, B. F. G, illin, a. B. MIaye,-, Jr., I.
N. Gary, Jas. J. Lane and .ias. N. Bur
The Probate Judge ha:Is given bond
with the followisit sureties :J. L.
Sease, G. F. Lo1e., Thros. V. Wicker,
H. H. Folk, D). W. Bairre, a.l(i L. ML
A. M. E. Appointmnents.
T'le A. M. E. C'onfere::ee at A bIevi! 'e made
the following appoint mnents on the Newberry
Hi'ram Young PresHiing Eider.
Newbexy Skriron-R.E.- wal
Newbet ry Cirmcui--I. Y. 31oran:y.
Prosperity-T. F. hla..rwr.
Mt. Oive-N. Ch'!es.
St. Mays-G. T. Cohn man.
Wateree-E. W illiam-.
Western-E. L. A rehey.
St. .James -B. W. Ro' ne.
Goldville-R. C. .truin.
Clinton-W. T. EIurge.s.
Lau renxs-H. E. 1ewi --
Bethlehem-A. J1. Cordeh.
Doweni Mission -M. A. Azuders'nm
St. Paul Mission-To be stl:>P1"d
E. D. Spe.armxan, who has beenl Presiding
Elder ini this D:si r.et ,r a umaerzrr - :cars'
has been tianste '-.d 04>1h Maingit t>istrict.
Don't forget thra: IRobe'rtson4's Drug
Store is the lac:e to gct a hnandsome
Christmas present at a very reasonable
Wright & J. W. Coppock's is the
place to get yo)ur (C'~loting if you want
to get the wort h of your monPley. t i
Albums, Phloto. and Ato- ,Plush
WXok Boxes, 31irrors. Phloto. 1- tamies,
Writing Desks, (G ld Pecns, Cards of
every style, F'ancy Stationery of all
kinds, at J. W. ('II:mxan's. tf
A nice gift for a young lady to pre
sent a gentlemeni friend-.~ dozen tine
Hem-.stitched Handkerchiefs from
Smith & Wearn's. e
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hlats in
Newberry? Wright & J. W. (Coppoek
Go and see them and'. ber convinicedI. tf.
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
eok give a discount of ten per cent
trom regular prices on all cash sales.tfi
SHILoH'S VITAn.iZERi is what von
need for Const ipation, 1Loss (f.\ppetite,
Dizziness, anrd all symipltomis -t IDys
pepsia. Price 110 a ndr 7~, cnts per b)ot
Thue low prices tlat i'iynni is sell!nig
goods at is astoi,i-rng every bo<iy. tf -
Christmat Cards: (hristmas Cards :
Very handsome and1 very che::p .(o
openi at Rob,ertsonis Drag store, opp o
site the Postojiiee. i f.
Get something Utrun
As well ars ornameni ta!. fo Ch ~ irii sI
presents. You can !.uy Ihe a111t W\ooten
& MceWhiter's chape tc'hanr in New
A large stock of tCit ron, (urrants
Raisins. Candies and' Fruits of all
kinds. Good stock an-I low prices.
SAM B. .Jon:s.
Oranges, Alpple, Nuts, t CooautIls,
C'andy, Toys. et e.. for ('brisi was :also.
Dry Goods, Boots anjd Sho es. ('rock
ery and Gla,ss.wre--low down at
Ladie-s House Sli ppers just received
at Smith & Wearn's. t
A fine stock (of Oranges. A pples.
Banainas, Grapes an'd arl! kinds41 of G'mi
fections for the Hliday trade at
AMm B. JoNES.
A Negro Kintd.
Mr. J. W. M. Simmons mortally
wounded Nelson Worthy, a violent
rolored man, in his yard between eight
and nine o'clock on Saturday night,
15th instant. Worthy died Monday
from his wounds.
The testimony of the Coroner's in
luest showed that Worthy was drunk
and abusing his wife (Mr. Simmon's
,ook) and creating a disturbance gen
,rally in the yard. Mr. Simmons or
lered him to leave the premises, which
fie refused to do. He advanced toward
Mr. Simmons, who fired twice into the
;round in front of Worthy. Mr. Sin
nons again repeated his demand for
ain to.leave, and Worthy kept towards
aim with a club, whereupon Mr. Sim
ious fired twice at him, the balls tak
ng effect in his side.
The jury of inquest rendered a ver
lict that Worthy came to his death by
t pistol ball at the hands of J. Ward
Mr. Si'mmons was carr;ed Tuesday
>efore 'hief Justice Simpson in Co
unibia, and admitted to bail in the
;un of $2,000. His bondsmen are R.
L. McCaugbrin; Dr. Jas. McIntosh and
[no. 0. Peoples.
The hot supper given by the Ladies
kuxiliary on last Friday evening was
luite a success, both socially and fi
iancially. We feel greatly indebted
o all who contributed to its success,
itlier by donations or by patronage.
:nd we desire especially to express our
,ratitude to Mr. and Mrs. J. Hart
Bicase for their kindness in giving us
he use of their spacious and well
quipped dining hall; and to Mrs
slower for the loan of an excellent lot
)f crockery, and last, but not least, to
he ladies one and all who worked so
issiduously to get up the entertainment,
id then were so kind and attentive to
heir guests. Who that enjoyed this
east could ever forget the brigh
miles and deft hands with which
heir every want was anticipated and
We all thought that M. should have
,een satisfied with his good fortune in
aving so nice a companion for the
>romenade without "taking the cake,"
but he wasn't !!
The men's meetings on Sunday and
mhursday as usual. You can always
ind a welcome at the rooms.
Gyrmnasium members will be glad of
my news from the apparatus. It was
hipped on the 13th, and should be
lere by the 22d. Get your slippers, and
ee that you have. your membership
icket all right.
For lame back, side or &hest, use Shi
oh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Don't fail to cn! l on S. B. Jones be
'ore ma'ing your Christmas pur
lhases. He has a store feli of pretty
h'mgs for young and old. 2t
Minter & Jamieson are closing out
heir stock of furniture. Now is your
ime t1o buy furniture. 2t.
Fine Scarfs and Cs avats for theCb ist
nas irade at Smith and Wearn's. 2t. .
Hamilton Church Choir Cornpany.
This Company will play the Opera of
The Bohemian Girl, in the Newberry
)pera House" this Thursday night.
['he Greenville News gives their singing
nmuch praise. It says:
Some people in Greenville had been
led by the advance notices to hope for a
Tne performance from the Hamilton
Church Choir Opera Company last
nght, but even the most sanguine were
unprepared for the real musical treat
enjoy'ed by those whose faith was strong
env ugh to carry them to the Opera
Hease through long successions of mud
puddlu. and under threatening skies.
The organ iz'ation is obviously what
it claims to be-a collection of high class
musical people with thoroughly culti
vated vo'ce's, not trained for the stage.
The ac,ing is a trifle amateurish, but it
is as good as the average and all its
deficiences are forgot ten by those who
love music in its highest developmept
rendlered by those favored with the best
D)on't fo:get that Smith & Wearn
carry tPc nicest lineof Ladies' Shoes in
Neowberry- -Zeigler Bros. and Stribley
Flynn is selling out and leaving
Newberry, and we understand he is
selling goods at cost. tf
Santa Claus Headquarters
Is at Sama Jones' where an endless
va V yof Christmias novelties are 4iis
plamyed. The younag, middle agea ard
old at e invited to call and examine our
stuck. i t is a pleasure for us to show
goods. Come! Six B. JONES.
There will be a hot supper at Mr.
Mart. H. Gary's residence on Wed
nesday night, 26th inst., by the ladies
of' Smyrna church to raise funds to
complete their parsonage buildIng.
The public are cordially invited, as a
pleasaat time is expected.
Change of Schedule.
A slight change of schedule on the
Columbia and Greenville Railroad
went into effect Monday. The train
from Greenville now .arrives at 2:32 p.
in., instead oi' 2:10 p. m.
SLEEPLEss NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure
is the Remedy for you.
CnOr P, WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
chiitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
CAT'A RRH[ CURED, healthand swee
breatn secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50) cents. Nasal In
v on want a first-e'lass Sewingr Ma
(ineit, call on D). B. Wheeler on Friend
street, next door to Dr. Pope's office. tf
Don't forget that D. B. Wheeler has
on ihand at reasonable pries~ the Do
mnestie, Davis and the New Home Sew
Bibles, Hymni Books, Engravings,
Oil Painting,. etc.. etc. Come and see
for yourself, at J. WV. Chapman's. tf
A sad story.
The child coughed. The mother ran
No reed 'as near. Before morninp
the poor little sutl'erer was dead. Moral:
Always keep D)r. Acker's Enolish Rem
t'iy at hand. Sold by P. YNobertson,
Everyone should see Wright & JT. W.
C'oppock's Unzderwear b efore purc'has
inig. It is as ('omfortable as ornamen
tal. This is saying miuch, but 'tis true,
Gie'nn Springs Water, just received
and f'or sale by case or bottle. hy P
Robertson, Piarmacist, opposite~ thn
And so will you when you see our Holid:
sleeve you will laugh in your stocking,
hold the gifts you covet.
Will be proud of the fact when they real
the big stocking. We can't spare space
tempt to judge of our display by sampl
feather to judge how a feather bed would
Put the Ocean
And we can't put a list of goods in an
goods ; that's the only way. Fea.t yur
going to make thousands happy. Coue
vince you that this is no mere
But an unprecedented opportunity too
prices that positively cannot be duplicate
greatest novelties and lowest prices arl to
Mr. Brown, father of Mrs. A. J. t
Bowers, has returned to his home in r
Va. Miss Brown remains ard will, in
all probability, reinaiL during the
winter season. . t
The Rev. Mr. Monsou, the junior
Methodist preacher for Newberry cir
cuit, has arrived in our town and will I
probably make this his home. We ex
tend to him a cordial welcome.
Our cotton market for the past week
has been quite active at lower prices,
with sales for the week of 450 bales.
The market closed weak at S; to S for
midd'ing cottons. Total number of
bales sold to date is 5,66:9.
The weather has been of a remarka
bly good character for fat ning purposes 1
and the farmers are done sowing their c
fall crop of small grain. The greater
part is up and is looking very fine. A
good and ea?ly oat and wheat crop is
Old Kris-Kringle is here in town in
full blast. He is ever;"where here. He
is in all the stores occ'tpy+ug the most
prominent posit'os on the shelves,
and in the show eases, and in the % in- I
dows, and on the counters, and every
where else. I tell you he is a big Kris
Kringle-he is a huge fellow, but then t
he is so good, so winning, so pleasing,
so fascinating and so enticing that it is
just simply impossible to pass without
giving him a pleasant call. You are I
sure to go away happy and se""ene,
with well filled pockets, and satches, i
and baskets, and buadles, and every
tbing except that your purses, are
minus some small change.
The Christmas ; urkey is gobbling in
every direction, and lives in blessed
ignorance of the near fut u:e. We have
already invitations to two Chrstnias
turkey dinners, and how to avail our
self of both is an en:gma which we
can't solve, unless we can get one of
the parties to wait with dinner until
supper. We'll try that.
The mDrriage bells will soon ring
again in our town and still every body
is not happy.
The lad'es of town are going to give
another one of their famous hot suppers
on the night of the 2Gth inst., at tite
Academy building, for the benefit of
the Y. M. C. A. and the Woman's Home
aud Foreiga Missionary Society jointly.
This affair is goidg to be no smnall pota
toes nor few in the hill either. It is
going to be a big thing-the thing of
the season. and we are authorized to
give every body a miost pressing invita
tion, and especially you fellows in New
berry. We want you all to come. 'We
are going to have lots to eat, and lots
of fun, all :or a very liLile money. And
we are going to have lots of t be prettiest
girls there, with the sweetest faces and
tne best natures von ever did see. Come
on, all of you, we'll have lots of real
good fun and make you all happy.
About three months ago, Mr. WV. S.
Birge, sold his stock of merchandise to
Messrs. Schumnpert and Crooks. Soon
after Mr. H. E. B3auknight, bought the
interest of Mr. Schumupert. Trhe busi
ness was then carried on by Messrs.
Crooks and Bauknight until last week,
when these gentleimn sold the entire
stock to MIr. Birge again. MIr. Birge
sold goods for a few (lays again, uu:til
yesterday mnorniing, he soki his whole
stock to Mr. E. 0. Counts. This sanme
stock of goods changed hbails four t i mes
in three months. Query. How nmuch
has been realized by these sales? We
think Mr. Counts will stick. He was
book-keeper for Wise Bros.
Col. A. H. Wheeler killed a fifteen
month old p)orker, this morning which
weighed more than 4251 bs. gross. The
Col. is a good dleal older than the hog
was, and weighs right wvell himself but.
that pig out weighed hint badly.
Christmas dlay will not be observed
by the business men of Prosperity, not
withstanding the members of the
Lutheran Church here, propose to
make a special Christmas offeringi on
that day.YC .
H ow to Overcwn e the Danigers of E'cjpo
Francis O'Reilly, the wvell-knowni
livery man of No. 18 Prince street, New
York, says of Allcock's Porous Plasters:
"For the last forty-t wo years I have
been engaged mn the livery and backing
business. I ami greatly aided by myv
four -boys. We are. much expbo~ed to
the weather. and we have found All
cock's Plasters of very ;ireat service.
We use themi as enesi protectors, lplac
ing one oin the chest and oneC on the pit
of the stomach. The not only watrd
off the cold, but act as a tonic.
We are frequently affected with
rheumatisnm, kinks in the back, and
pains in the side: but onte or t wo of All
coce's Plasters q1uickly cure us. M1y wife
and daughter have been using A lleoek's
Pasters for weak back and think the
world of theni. I have l:aw b~'en using~
them for twenty years. and alwatys
have a box in the house."
Bucklen's Arntci Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for ('uts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rtheum. Fever Sores, Tet
ter, chapped Hands. ChilOlains. Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positiveiy (cures
Pies or no pay reqiuire~d. It is;oaran'etd to
:tv perfect Satitsfaction, o'r mnt':ey refitudd.
Price S- cent s per box. For sale by Coild
Is Conisumption ineuzrable?
"Read the following: Mir. C. Ht. Morti-,
Newark. Ark.. sava: --wa:S dtown with Ab
scess of Lutngs, anid frien,t anti physiims
per.ouned mue atu 1ncurabile Consumpnit ive.
Begtan taking Dr. hing's New Discover; rfo
Consumption, and ant on my third bottle. atnd
ami at-e to oversee the work on my farm.
It is the tinest medicine ever made.''
'Hadl it not been for Dr King's New Dimeni'
ers for Consu,mprien I would have died( of
Lung Trouth;es. wzas :rivent no by doct or'e
Am~ now in best (of henhh t." Tre i't. Satmpl'
bottles free at Coiield & Lyons' drug store
iy Stock. Instead of laughing in you
vhich won't seem half big enough t
H BIG FEET
ize the big bargains that will go int<
to give a list of our stock and to at
Ls would be like lying down on onl
feel. You can't
ir a 6eacup
idvertisilg hipace. Conic and see th
(ycs upon the array of gifts that ar
for that's the only way we can con
btain useful and ornamental gifts a
1. The best and biggest sto ek, t!h
be found at
The Te:iehers' Association met a
he Female Academy on last Saturda:
oraing. Not as many teachers wer
a at-endance as might have been
i](ugh were plre.eit howvever, to mnak
he neetingi-itresting. Eve -y lecture
ras absent, a-1d some of them, at least
rith good excuses. Although the ap
ointed leaders in the discussions wer
issing, yet the entire programme w1
one through with.
When the quest oin "I[ow to Inpro\
ur Schools" came up for discussion 1
o01 becamle evident that the genera
nipression of the Assoe:'.aoi was tha
he teacher is to a great extent respoi
ihle for the con'ition of tle school.
The snort tet In, poor pay, and othe
auses were admitted tc be grea
indrances to school work, yet with al
f these to meet, an earaest and co.i
onsieltious teacher will make hi
eht ol of icien t.
The vexing questioni, "How to teal
'raetieal Granniar," was discussed fc
ome time, but at the conclusion of th
liscussion the a sso ?iation had had n
The sen .ence, "It took Rome thre
lund'ed yea's to die," wa, given th
ssoc,ation for atalysis. There wa
011o dtfficulty as to how to dispose u
he infinitive ph:-as to die. It wa
i last settled to the satisfaction of a:
The programme having been corr
)letc(, the association adjourned t
w:.et at Prosperity on the :'d Saturda
n January, 1889.
It is to be hoped that the teachers c
he counly will attend these meeting
>f the teachers. It is not right to sta
tway without excuse, and certaini
onie of the eacliers have no ex(uses i
We a,e not all as efficient as i.stru<
ors as w.e should be, a,ld let every oi
'know his opportunity." *
BETH EDE.N ITEMS.
WVe have lately been permitted or
f the most pleasant weddings eve
wii nessed ini this p)art of Newberr;
Miss Ada Folk to Mr. Robt. P'erry. t
Rev. WV. A. Julian. The bride was
eision of loveliness, miost tastefull
ittied. The groom's handsome fai
was wreathed in smiles.
The hiridesmaids wc.e: Misses Jul
F~olk, Essie Fellers, Emmna Julian, It
Bu.hardt, Ge' t:e P'easlon and Eu
Laue. Thel] groomsmenct were: Mess
Pysinge', F"olk, Toddi, Ca anon, Brio'
andI Eddie. The "spread'' wouild hazi
tiekled the palate of al ep:cure,1
whichi ample justice wats done, yet
the fragmewnts. there was enoug.h left
have titled seve:ail)baskets. At elevi
o'clock. on Ihe fllow ig day, the nex
Iy made pair sladed for their new hon
in Newb:'Ty eis :, leaving with the,
the be1st wishes of the entire comniii
[Editors Drawver, in H-arper's Magazit
\tie-tide D)on'ts. - Don't put I
S. V. P. on your piesent to your rie
Donuu't misspell die word "'presence
i the inivitat:n to~ your Christm:z
I)an't hang Up inore thuan three pai
ostockinzgs if you a:e visug frient
in the couiit Xy.
Donu'i. eai two muinee jies, a plun
pud 1( ding. lobst er salad, and' icie-crean
anid then com plain t'hat the cliimal
D)ount tu poi;so1i:te Sa.ta C laus in
ep l- in saIcque. rubbeir b)oii.:, an
atum' n side( w biskers.
D)on't "give your guest wvho has ove
said h'is welcome a travelling bag.
D on't senid the u a receipted bill fc
her p)resentt to your finneee hi muistals
fo aChristmas e.i d.
Don't decline a present simnply bh
cause ia exp e.sage or postaget has n<C
Doni't aztiribute your bonbon heat
tee C1( the d rumi you r e lnmy ser
to ay for his~ p&eat.
D)on't preisenit your wvife wvith a hu
D)on't expect your bmushtand1 o t
pleased ifyou give him aa ivo:y backe
D)o Not Sufrer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be checke
in a day, and the first stages of coi
sumptioni b.rokent in a week, we herel
garantc Dr. Acker's English Renmed
or Conisumtption, and will refund tI
mloney~ to all who buy, take it as per d1
reel ions, and do not find our statenmel
corre'ct. Sold by P. Robertson, Nei
HIrllowv, Charlie ! Have you bet
spendinug the winter in Mlexico? Na'
been to Vrighit & C:oppoek's ;couldu:
Two-thirds of all dheat Ihs ini New Yo:
City are fronm conlsumptltioni or pneW
monia1 1. The samte p irp)ort ion h dbIs f
no -t other cities. D)elays are dangi
otus. D r. A \eker',. Enh!1ish Itmedv I
Conumption w'ill :alw vs relieve. am
nty save your life. Sold by P Robe:
Wright & .J. W. Coppock's line
Genits' Neckwear is just awfully ni<i
That is what the ladies say, i. e., t
Li st looking ones. ti
Wright & J1. W. (Coppoek hav-e go
bi'g stocek. andu they are goinglL to sell
How Doctors Conquer Deaith.
D)octor WValter K. Hiamimonid sz.
"After a long experience I have 0o1
to t he co,nclusion th at ttvo-thmirds of
deaths from coughs. pnleumtonia a
cosumiption, might be avoided if I
A cker's Enlgiisnl ieedy for cousun
t on were only c irefully used in tim,
Thbis w znderful Reme~dy is sold umie
positive guaranrtee by P. Roberts<
The following is a list of some of
> Christmas Cards, Triplicate M
Autograph Albums. Bronze Pitch(
The Improved Toilet Mirrors. Plus
The Poets, bound in Bamboo, Seal, R
Photograph Albums, Sachet Bags,
Scrap Books, Wall Pockets
Writing Desks, Book Shelve!
Cuff and Collar Boxes, Small and F
Paper Weights, Silver Match
Pencils. Glove Button
Tooth Picks, Smoking Set
Hand Satchels. Ladies' Pocke
- Clock Shelves, Album Easles
Steel Engravings, Pasielle Pain1
Don't fail to call and examine our
Store open late every night for thos
D)ecemtber 19ith, 1888. by Revy. ('. P.
t Scott, at t le residenee of the bride's c
father, Mr. (eo. K. Siedge, of ('hzr-'
lotte, N.C., to M1iss 'Hattie Pitts, of 1a
Helena, S. C.
r Dr. J. A. Berly died at his home at
Pomuaria on Sunday, IUtli instant, aged
_ about 65 years. )r. Berly was truly a I
good man, and his death is a loss to the
e conimunity. He had been a patient
s sufferer for some time.
Mrs. Walker, wife of Mr. Silas Wal
3 ker, of Township 7, died Thursday,
I -- --
Pot <u: t ."1I.:, NI :ma:t. S. C.
-- List of letters uiw :tim:ed :tr: ad rt istitd
Deeetr 1J, ISS.
I,oulware, Samnu-l .Johnson, Lizzie
r Bai!y. 'orte' .1 Ies, Starks
laity. Miss 3Iar_aret ir ard. M ary E,
t ;!aic, "'has. Nelson, -i:ames
c (annon..liiss Adaint" ttxnter. ii. Nl.
Con'uvr. Emelit;e Ireniirt, R. L.
. Deptont. Miss Susie 1;urr.Iteid
Iavis, Miss Martha Iiut herford, M. (.
S F'uit. E. W. thepparl. Amos
(,.lcs. 3Miss Charlotte s'immonis Miss M. J.
Sargcnt, Earl Gruher, Dreaton
i Williams, Ilcign
rPersons eallin. for theSe letters will please
say they were advertised.
9 Et. S. 11I;L1E;T,P. M.
Emigration Fro a Anderson.
e [Special to The World.]
e TONEY CREEK, Andetson county,
1)ecember p3.-A par y consisting of
between twelity or thiriy persons left
this comniunity for Texas yesterday
s evenin;. The heads of faniilies were,
J. R. Wilson, f.om near Williamston;
A. 0. Norris. Thomas Cason and a Mr.
Chapman, from near 'his place. There
- were several men without families. All
o expect to make the "Long Star" state
The Three C's.
[News and Courier 18th.]
The aanouncement which was made
yesterday iat the last rail of the Char
leston, Cincionaii and Chicago Rail
road, between Chai le-on and Black's,
was laid on Saturday, was full of en
couragement and p: omise for Charles
ton. It means, as was said by Intendant
Crosby, of Black's, that Charleston, the
oldest and la-gest and most important
cityv in South Carolina, is connected
with what is. perhaps, the youngest
town in thle Siate indeed, but one that
Shas a futture that can searcly be pic
ured in too glowing colors.
S"What I say unto you, I say unto all,
Died, in Newberry. on the 26th of D)ecm
Vher. 1887, Susan Elizabeth,i wife of Gen. W. H.
Hunt, and third datughter oif the late Thomas
e and Letetia Lusk Mlclaughrin.
She was born in Chester county, S. C., May
a8th,r1i37 and was married in Newberry
A r!18. havinr removed with her father's
afamily to that pire from Charleston about
two years previous to that time. There the
arenaainider of her life was spent, except a few
years while her homne was in Florida.
rs To knowv her was to love her, for she wvas a
truly good and pious woman. With tine
parts, geneCrouis and nuotic impulises, a cheer
e ful and lively dis position, an;d charmiing
manners. added to alibecral educatiin, made
o0 her a faivorite whrever 'sne wa known But
above a il these. she was ori a meek and gentle
spirit, which is in the- ight of God, of great
Her faith and trust in God w're i ndeed re
n m rarkabiie; and.Itrue t.o her Scote:h-I rishi an
eestry, she would for it have .eeni a martyr if
eShe had trials and mueh bysical sufrering
to endure, hmn her conatidence anid spirits
ii never failed ; she seemed to glory in them,
as showing her Savior's strengt h displayed in
y' her weakness, and ils grace sustained and
comforted her to t lie last.
Soon after her marriage she joined the
Baptist churlh with her husband, and al
ways took a warm interest and an active
part in all its inat's. and in the.Sibbathm
school, whereshe was an earnest and faith
ful teacher. The study of I le Bible was her
le delight, and her large elass of a -'ult puplils In
it 1estilled their love anid appreciation ofther
enarts by refusing t o accept her resignation,
1. when she feared that she would not i'e able
h to :ttend. Literally, she died with tile lar
ness -m, for she lad searcely got tien 11)me on
that Sabbat.h aifternoon, fr' a i last wor'k
'' she w'as permited to ido for her Mast or. wecen
IS Hie called her to cotre up I h,:hir. without a
mon(ilit's warni ing she i'as ww.edt withI par
:ilysis, but shiow'ed no al ari, and quit etly
*s said :'"The enid has clone, he t I am nt afraid
!s of a suddenm death,i fir my plrepa:rat ions were
made hong :iro."' Thius She tailned, comifortinag
and( ciiisioliit othlers ini their distress 1ler
- lattmp wtr'immiiii i;d and bur in1g. and when
the1 briuiegroomn iame she was ready' togo in
'with him *o the mairriiage supper of the
e Larub. For ten (days she lingrered-days
fraught with hopes atnd fears, and then she
I "Lik~e one whol draws the drapery of his
couch abotit himi.
.And lies do wn to pleasantidlream:is.",
The anxzious and watch ful s.>hicitude' of
physicians and friends could not prolong
e -os. In iher own f'amily that, !oss cou!d not
be told, for she wa's its bright and guidting
spirit, sweet counsellor and friend: tender and(
true as wife ever wais, her self-sairifice and
t devotioni could be fuly k nown 'inly to I hose
wvithini its '.pherc Es.pecially beaut iful was
-ihe ave existling between her and her step-.
da u,;h er. It wa s ind'eed "su-paessi nethat (f
t w'iinen." 1er childreni sail o1 her that t hey
could "Ris. ut p and calli her b,lessed ; her h us
db:mni' also.an hiille praise'h h--r."
"l*t her owni wok pt~;rais'. her in the
e- This iemedly is becoming so we:l known
d and so popular ats 1o neil no speciial m-in
tion. All who have utsed EIvet t ic Bit teis sing
the samne .song of ')w'ise A viurer medicine
does not e-Xist and it is gua,noeteedl o dto all
that it claimetd. Elhe. ric l.t ien, will co, e all
d diseases of the Live' anid Khineys. will re
niove Pimnhes, Boils. salt R beinm. and other
1 afrect ions Cmtsen byv itnpu e blood't Will drive
y' Mahila tfo thle systemn and p: evient as welt
*as cure all Malarial teve.s. For cui e 01 IIead1
3 che, Consl'pltion and1( 1idimsion *. v Elec
le tric Bil ters. EL e satist'actio i gnut nnteedI
-or money refunudeid. Picei 50 c.s. and $1 per
ibo'ttle at Coti-ld & Lyons' D-' uc ite.
p-This powder never varies. A marvel of
p urity, strength and whole:-omeness. .More
- economical thi:n the ordinary kinds, and canl
r a rot be -old. in o*mapett In d'a winte an liuiie
mlow test, short weight :alum or phosphate
powder. sold only in cans. RtOYAL, BAING
?OnWna Co. 106 Walt st.. N. Y. 11- 12-1v.
PR SENTS. i
the articles of which our store is
irrors, Toilet Cases,
rs, Work Baxes,
h. Oak and Bronze Picture Frames,
ussia. Embossed Calf, and Cloth'
Liily Bibles, Fancy Clocks,
Safes, Gold Pens,
ers, Watch Charms,
Fancy Box Paper,
t Books, Screens, (
ings, Chromos, etc., etc.
magnificent display of Christmas
e who cannot call in the day. PrOE
I. H. HUNT,
Hunt's Book Store.
Why Women Fade. wit
Women lose their beauty because I
olds undermine their life. Dr. Acker's
nglish Remedy for Consumption is an
bsolute cure. sold by P. Robertson,
C ris1mas Pre trt for All,
From this date until 1st Janu- I am
try, 1889, every one who pur
:hases a bill of Goods from us Wil
mounting to One Dollar (51.00) Mei
will receive a useful think
Call early and avoid the rush, that
~iar,C ol N
The cabinet organ was introduced in its present
form by Mason & Hamnlin in1861. Other makers
followed in the mannfacture of these instruments, MC
but the Mason & Hamlin organs have always mam-. NI~5
taned their supremac as the best in the world.
Mason & Hamnlinoer as demonstration of the
unequalled excellence of teir organs, the fact that
at alof the great world's Exhibitions, since that of
Paris, 15137, nm E l competion
with best makEuEu ers of all coan
tries,theyhave u u. Uminvariably tak
en the highest I~3 U honors. fIls.
rated catalogues $2 TO S900. free.
-Mason & Hamlin do not hesitate to make the er
traordinary claim for their pianos, that the are 1
superior to all others. They recognize the hg
excellence achieved by other leading makcers in h
art of piano building, but still clr.im superiority. anu
This they attribute solely to the remarkable im
provement introduced bythem i' the year 1SS2, -
and now known as the " fAso'. & Haxxr. Frao 0j.LCS
Is secured the greate.st pos-.
siblepurity and refinement of
tone, together with great!v in
creased capaci- GF.AND h UP3IGET. ty for s,tan'ding
In tune and other important advantattes.
A circular, containing testimonials from thre4
hundred purchasers, musicians, and tunera, sent. T
tog, ether with descriptive catalogue, to any a;':litant.
Pianos and Organs sold for cash or eaisy pay
ments: also rented. Q *
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND Pi?-! CO,
BOsTON. NEW YORK. CHlCAd;O.
H INDE RCOR NS.B
To2fo re Cre fr Corns. Stopsai pain ni.reI
The best of all rcmedies for ..
Inward. Pains. Colic, Indiges- - - -
tion, Exhaunion and ali Stom- -AGEB
ahand Bowel troubles. Also U
the most effective cure for AccIDI)
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis and Buffal<
affections of the breathing- -
organs. It promotes refreshmng
sleep, improves the appetite.,
overcomes nervous prostration,
and gives new life and strength$
to the weak and aged. Soc. and $x.oo, at Drgguists. :H b
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE, the
great Medical Work of theI
age on Manhood. Nervous and
Physical Debility, Premature
Decline. Errors of Youth, and
thereon. 1100 pages 8 vo, 125
prescrIptIons for all diseases.
Cloth, full gilt, only s1.00, by
mnan, sealed. Illustrative sample free to allyotmg
and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and
Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the Na
tional Medical Association. Address . . box
uateoftHarvard Medial Colege,years'pct
in Boston, who may be conuted confidentIally.
Specialty,Dlseases of Man. OffleNo4Bulfinghst. A nu
E PPS'S COCO A e
BREAKFA ST. Pro
lly a thorouicgh kno.wIlde of the natu am
laws wh,i.b uoverin the peaionso'f diaetural, lin.d
a'.l lntrition. and. by atcarefuil applieation f i D. D,
thev fue propertis' of well s'-leted I ocoa. Mr. IRich:
-pp'e has provided .anr breakfast tales with Jue
a delicately lt' v.re-d bevermrie which may e~ ~
save us manity hea vy doctors' ibills. It is by Pr
the .iudicious use of suich airticles of diet that
a consititutIin malIy be tradually built up un- -.
il 'tr'ong eniosth to re ist every tenderey to
ciiease. Huundreds of subtle mialadies are
?liatintg aroiund us read v to attack wherever
there is a weak point. We m:ay escape many
a fastal shart by keeping nurselves well forti
tied with pure bloo.d and as properly nourished
fr me."---'. ivil serv.:e Gaze.' M:de simply
wv. ii boiling wat.-r rrilk. S.dd only in half
ipouad tins, by (Grocers. labelled thus:
J AMEsi EPPSi & C0.. Homocphatle
Chemsts, TLondn. England.
Nto make a lif
We buy the :
and sell the ch,
Id tie for the next thi
that we can saf
that comes but
JSS10I WE G
30 yds. Calico
16 yds. Checke<
25 yds- Sea Is;
uuuua An All-Wo<
worth 40c. Mi
Boots for $1.7!
"nn Pins 21e per p:
pers for 5c. 1,
In fact, ev
cheaper than I
tI We wish to
t of Newberry
good line of B
meres which w
"jm any house in tl
ICOME ! and
that we are in
B. Wheeler's Old Stand.
MING OUT! s' 3
rD LEAViNG N:
VING NOTIFIED C. & G. S. Mi
VACATE THEIR BUILDING O
determined to sell all goods below
e them from here and pay freigh
A. GREAT SAC
11 sell Calico at 21c, Sc, 4c, 4.c. k
1 sell Dress Goods at 34c, 5c, 64
. Black and Colored Cashmeres s
ies' Shoes at 60c, 70c, 80c and $1.0
i's Boots, full sizes, at $1,65, $1.9C
itucky Jeans at 6jc, 8c, 10'c, 15c,
we stole them.
ies' Newmarkets $2.75, $3.25, $3.
ian they cost to make.
lies' Seal Plush Modjeskas at $13.1
w York from $25.00 to $50.00.
s, Needles and Notions--a handfu
HIS iS A CRAND O
archants needing goods to fill up a
nt. With an experience of 30 y
orld, and the largest houses in th
tage over my competitors in buyin
o the public the greatest bargain
IE GOODS MUETJ'
aave to sell them a~t FIFTY CI
i will examine the goods and pr
they are the greatest bargains ev
I.. C. ~Bl'
e are not bragging wi
prepared to show the
[NEST, FULLEST A
IS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'
SHOES, HATS AN
VER SHOWN UP IN 'I
re expect you to put ou
.we are prepared to pr
FIGUlRES .IRE TilE FIRST
erefore come and see fa
vinced that we L.EAD IRN
I. Cine's Old Stand, -
eT A1D SCK BENEF.T A,MOCIATION,
:ester & Son, 28 Bond St., N. Y- For
aT-eK Eqa" ~ i OfIssis: To
F*orsl.b;H.I."ES."Ru"dp"d." of the
)ISCO VERY. wi
ndoo eare inone reding.
t y unlike artiia mysteiins. el
e jases.niel Geen leaf Th flp.
rEditor, the ChrntinAdvocat,
Gibon, Judah P. Benjamin, and oth
A.eCOIiETE, 237 Fifth Ave., N. Y.
"'HAIR BAL.SAM min.
"eer FailY o o Gry Gr ite
time customer of you.
Lowest, pay the qaickest
ety days is one of such
and high importance
3ly announce it a chance
once in a generation.
N SELL YOU
for - - - - $1 00
i Homespun for 100
md for - - - 1<00
> home-made Jeans 25c,
mn's whole-stock Brogan.
i,iworth $2.75 elsewhere.
sper. Needles, two pa
14 Buttons for 5c.
erything in our line
remind the good ladies
)ounty that we have a
lack and Colored Cash
e will sell cheaper than
we will eonvince you _
ST SELLING OuT
)WE THAT I WOULD
THE 1ST OF JANUARY,
New York Cost rather than
t on .them. I will, there
>hirting at 3Sc, 4 and vc
, c, 10c and 12 .c-worth
rcrftced to Half Price.
0-worth double the money.
$2.00-these prices will
20c and 25c. You would
)0 anc. $5.00--all marked
0 and $15.00, as advertised
I for 5 cents. Hosiery and
s they will save at least 25
ears inithe largest cities of
a world, Iclaimto have the
g goods, and can there
s ever offered in Newberry.
'NTS ON THE DOLLAB
ices, you will be convinced -
er offered to the public.
r LOW PRICES.
ien we say that we
LD FURNISHING GOODS,
'HIS COUNTRY. -
r claim to the test,
ove every point we
r yourselves, and be
SNWBERRY, 8. C
a Few Active, Energetic Busi
ness Men and Wornen
Earn Some Money.
sANT lvecanvasserin thlsterrtory
for our books. We are the oldest house
kbd In the South,and havethe most
Live and fastest selling line of books to
d anywhere. Read this partial Is
e what our agents are doing:
WELL-SPRINGS OF TmiJTI,"
800-page book Illustrated. Se-lis ery
y. Over 10,00already sold in the South.
gent In southern Georgia made ever
profit In thirteen days work. Another
nessee In $9 days sold $3,400 .worth of
. any others are doing equally as
Send $2.50 for agency and outfit.
"THE KING OF G1.ORY,"
ost cha.rming life of Christ ever written.
t sight. One agent has sold 1,500cOi
January 5, 1888. Price ofoutfitSee90
y other fast selling books too numer
mention. Large and elegnt line.of -
and Photo Albums.. Ecusive terri
Don't delay. If you do some obe else
get the territory you desire. Address
UTRIISTERN PUBLISHiNG I0O!S8.
A GOOD MiLL.
E have, perhaps, as fine set of -
Mil Rocks as any in the State. -
make meal equal to any Water
We grind any time we 4 or6 -
els of corn. When the Milis not
ng we keep Meal Chops and
of our gnding to exchange for~P
, or to se
FREE DELIvERY IN Tw