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Local anf. Special.
Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subserip
tions and take new ones at Prosperty.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the
aie at Ri<dge Road.
- a Church Notices
Barrisr--ev. C. P. Sco:t, pastor. preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Sun.
day school at 3:30 p. M., Mr. J. B. Carwile,
Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 7:3 p. m.
AN,-Eev. W. C. Scbae er. pastor.
hin9 next Sunday by the nastor. at i
. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.
m., Dr. W. Gustave Houseal, Superintendent.
SPrayer meeting Friday at 7:4.5 p. in.
METODIsr-ttev. W. S. Wigltme,n -pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 1. a. in. and 7:15
m. Sunday school at 4 p. n.. Mr. John W.
O&Pmnan, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
ata:15 p. m.
-.l E. PRESBYTEx-8Rev.E. P. McClintock.
pastor. Service next Sutindxy by the pastor
at li a..m. Sundav scbcol at i:3c a. ni, 3ir. l.
-A. Carlisle Superintenaent.- Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:11 p. n. Mlisionary Society
Wedne. at p. in., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
- dent. W.. T. U. Tueaeay at 5 p. in., Mrs. C.
ErIscoPAL-Bev. W. H. Hanckel. rector.
Service by the rector every third SandKy at
1a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Lay reading by Mr. N..
B. Mazyck at 11 a. in.
PRESBsYTEpIA\-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. n. and 7:13
p.m. Sunday school at 3:3u p. in., Mr. W. E
_ elham, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.l,p. n.
Save Your Money.
30,000 lbs. Best Steel Plows for sale at
Bottom Prices for CASH by
3t PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Wando tGaano-The Old Reliable Fer
T have taken the Agency of the
Wando Guano,.one of the best Fertili
zers on the market. Farmers and oth
era desiring a strictly first-class fer
tilizer will and it to their interest, to
_ give me their orders which .will ri
ceive prompt attention. Parties once
using the Wando Gt ano always use it.
J. J. LANE, Agent,
Office with M. A. Carlisle,
4t. Newberry, S. C.
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
Men's meeting Thu_sday evening at
8 o'clock. Spirited singing and brief
taiks. All welcome.
On Sunday afternoon the meeting
Will be led by the general secretary,
who wil' make a talk to young men on
"cpersiona. purity." - "
Singing by male choir.
All persons indel.ted to me must
settle their accounts. I can be found
-at Dr. Robertson's Drug Store, or at
home. S. POPE.
= =Fresh Lump Lime. .
100. large barrels in good order, re
ceived -this day at
S. P. BOOZER & SON'S.
Feb. 6, 189. Ct
? Large Lot] I
Hames, Trace Chains, Bridles, Col
larS and Plow Stocks for sale at
3t " PEOPLES & JOHNSON'S.
NowlIs the Timejto Plant
Good seed. There is never a.time to
sow. porseeds and yet a great many
godbut not thoughtful people do so'
each year. If you want good vegeta
~bles employ fresh seeds. Don't have old
ones as.s gift, and there are many in
Newberry..Pelhanm the Druggist each
yeardestroys by fii'e in the streets of
Newberrf all old seeds. His present
at Plha's Dug toreandgive . 60c.
A Sad A&cktent.
On last Monday morning a very sad
accident occurred at Newberry railroad
depot. Mr..ensoun Tarrant, while
*coupling cai-s slippedl and fell between
the cars, .asving his arm and leg badly
mangled. flis wss about 9 or 10
o clock in the morning. Medical at
tention was given the unfortunate
*young man, but about 6 o'clock in ithe
afternoon he died from the injuries.
received. He had -been working for
fa fwdays as a train hand on the
Laurens freight in place of one of .the
regular hands, and Mondt was to be
hislast-day. .He was the oldest child
-of Mrs. Maggie L. Tarrant, of our town,
andlagrand son of CoL. John R?. Leavell,
~ , and was aboutt 16 y,gars old.
It is very sad and a vecry unfortunate
- a;ffair. The interment took place in
Rosemont cemetery on Wednesday.
The r~ifle company, of which he was a
member, turned out in full uniform.
A full line of very choice stationery
can be found at the Book Store.
The most pplrNwYork papers
can be found at the Book Store.
Everyone 'should see Wright & J. WV.
Conpock's UDnderwe-ar before purchas
i-'. It is as comnfor'table as orinmen
t. This is say'ing miuch, but'tis true.
Now is the time to prepare your
ound for an early~ garden and buy
- uist fresh Garden Seed from IRobert
son's Drug Store, oppos:te the Post
b secur'ed, by Shiloh's Catarrh
edyC(. Price 50: ucnts. Nasal In
How uncto:s con4Iuer Death.
Doctor Walter 1K. 1J~ianunond sayS
- After a lonie ' - wience i l;ec comte
/co -snenwnh coughd
deaths from icouhs. pneum ,OM if an.
Ackr - E lih Iwrcdy r co1lIli
tioni were o!nly carefully used in tine."
This wonderful Rte.nedMy is sold under a
itive guarantee by P'. Robertson,
Have vou read '"Robert Elsmere?"
if not call at the Book Store and seure
a copy, "The Siou shatre" can be found
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
pock give a discount of ten per cen
from regular prices on all cash sales.tft
Skipped by the Light of' the Moon.
Manager Fair has secured the famous
laug'ning sensation, "ipped biy the
Light of the Moon," and it will be
presented at the Opera House on next
Saturday evening, the 16th inst., by
Fowler ~aud W Xarington's excellent
company of comedians. No analysis
can be "iven of such a farce. The
laughter legins two minntes after the
curtain rises, 'and the authors flake it
a poiut that ~it shall not stop until it
falls upron the third and last.act. 'The
Fort Worth (Texas) . Daily Gazette
-'- says of 't:
"The largest house of the season wit
nessed 'Skipped by the Light, of the
Moo' lst.ght Toattmpttodescribe
it would be li'ke try ingto-paint the mier
ry j'igie of' a]augrh. Like a basket of
go champagne, it can only be appre
* ciated by the sampling process. 'The
..- audience was convulsed with laughter
from beginning to end ; people laughed
and shouted anid pounded the floor, the
seats and each other until .th.ey were
aetuallvc ashamed cf themnselves. We
feel that we v'bilte no conndence in
saying that they found it v.ery., vetry,
A Meeting in the Court House o= Monday
At 11:30 a. m. on Monday a meeting
of the Confederate Survivors' in this
county was held in the Court House.
The meeting was called to order by
Gen. Y. J. Pope, president of the asso
ciation that was in force here several
years ago. Mr. C. F. Boyd was made
temporary secretary on motion of Dr. S. j
Pope. Mr. Y. J. Pope stated the object of
the meeting to be to elect five mem
bers to constitute for this year a board
of pension commissioners to act in con
cert with the Board appointed by the
Governor. The Act of the Legislature
provides that the next meeting shall
be in October to elect a board to serve
for next year.
On motion of Mr. - H. M. Dominick
Gen. Pope was made permanent chair
man and on motion of Dr. S. Pope Mr.
C. F. Boyd was elected permanent
Dr. Pope offered the following reso
lution which was adopted:
Reso/ved, That each survivor present
give to the secretary his name and the
command in which he served in the
Confederate army and navy so that a
roll m y be preserved.
Tne roil as made out by the secretary
is published below.
1r. M. A. Carlisle moved that the
association proceed to the election of
five members by ballot to form the
pension board of commissioners.
On motion the five receiving the
highest number of votes be declared
the members of the board.
Mr. J. Y. Culbreath moved that
nominations be made from tl fioor.
E. C. Longshore nominated J. C.
Wilson; George Johnstone nomi
nated J. D. Wedaman; R. T. C.
Hunter nominated H. M. Domi
nick; O. L. Schumpert nominated ,Dr.
S. Pope; M. A. Carlisle nominated J.
F. J. Caldwell; J. D. Wedaman nomi
nated H. O. Hinson; H. M. Dominick
nominated R. T. C. Hunter;
nominated J. B. Fellers; J. Y. Cul
breath nominated C. F. Boyd; L. W.
Long nominated B. F. Boozer and
Thos. S. Blair; J. C. Wilson nominated
W. O. Goree; 0. L. Schumpert nomi
nated J. M. Workman, Sr. On motion
Messrs. Dominick, Caldwell, Hunter,
Fellers and Goree declined.
The ballot reslted as follows thewhole
vote ca't being forty-sir, O. L. Schum
pert, W. H. Wallace and W. T. Tar
rant acting as tellers to collect and
count the vote: John C. Wilson, 38;
C. F. Boyd. 38; S. Pope, 33; J. D.
Wedaman, 34; B. F. Boozer, 26; H. O.
Ainson, 21; Thos. S. Blair, 18; G. M.
Workman, Sr., 15. Messrs. Wilson,
Boyd, Pope, Wedaman and Boozer
were declared elected.'
On motion of Mr. Geo. Johustone the
president and secretary were appointed
a committee to prepar a short coasti
tution to be presented at next meeting
of the association,
President Pope urged upon the mem
bers p:esent the importance of keeping
up a permanent organization and of
taking an active interest it mnaking the
association usda.: and pleasant to the
On motion of 0.. L. Sebumpert the
president was instructed to appoint a
cammittee of five to make arrange
ments for the next meeting so as 'to
make it attractive and call forth a full
attendance. The following is the com
mittee: 0. L. Schumpert, R. T. C.
Hurnter, D. A. Dickert, L. P. Miller,
L. M. Speers. The association then
adjourned. There was a pretty good
attendance at the meetig.
RoLL OF SURVIVORS.
The following is the roll of survivors
as pi epared by the secretary:
3D S. C. REGIXENT-COMPANY A.
John N Bass.
David Pitts. Joshua Davis.
E P Bradley. J W McKittrick.
E C Longshore. J M Workman.
M H Giary. Thomnp son Conner.
J D Smith. Joh n B Campbell
A J Livingslon. L M. Speers.
A P Davis.
Thomas S Blair. S S Paysinger.
.J P Blair. fSR Fellers.
E PCromer. -L WLong.
.Tohn B Feilers. Thios W Adams.
A A Kibler. 1 H Boulware.
D) L Clamp. G Gi Lane.
J w Siigh. (. F Long.
John C Wilson.
J E Brown. Thos S Moormian.
W T Tarrant. Y J Pope.
o L Schumpert. B H Lovelace.
Thos M Lake. WV W Riser.
R H Wri-ht. D B Wheeler.
G F Boyd. k' H DuckefL.
Peter Rodlesperger. S L Atchison.
W H Blats. S J Wood.
A J JZilgoIe. A J Willlt:gham.
J N Martin. John Duhkett.
T S Duncan. Moormaan Rat.
H M Domin ick. R I Stondemayer.
B F Booze?r. U B Whites.
George Lester. John W Monts.
D A Dickert.
1:r S. C. REGIMENT-COMPANY G.
G B Anll Jefferson Kinard.
.John F Banks. G S Moore.
JacobDominick. Henry Rankin.
D T Dominick. John Taylor.
A P Dominick. Jacob L Fel'ers.
J T P Crosson. J D A Kibler.
L S Bowers. John F Kibler.
A H wheceler. JTacob Hawkins.
J M Wheelar. George E Hawkins.
Jerrerson QuattlebaumLeander Long.
.J E Quatflet'aum. A H Miller.
Lut.her Kinard. lBeunet H Miller.
A ndrew Kinard. Willijam Dennis.
T D) Kinard. D T Dennis.
John P Kinard. J C Koon.
Jacob Fellers. A J1 Rankin.
J M Taylor. S P Taylor.
A MBowe>s. JRHRufr
Hot.coxB LEGION-COMPANY H.
R TCHBunter. H -S Boozer.
W H Long.
L F Longshore.
1sT S. C. REGIMENT-CoMPANY B.
J. V. J. Caldwell. WV B Franklin.
T i- Leitzsey.
14TH S, C. REGIMENT-COMPANY B.
W L Waters.
R L McCaughrin. C H Suber.
:0TH 8. C. REGIMENT-COMPANY.
H 0 Henson, John C Lane.
W oGoree. S SA bramns.
ID W T Kibler. 0 H Buzhardt.
Johin P Kinard. M L Dickert.
IT W. McColloush. Spencer P. Baird.
J D Wedemnan.
BATTALION STATE CADETS.
J Y Cuibreath. John, R Spearman.
George Johnstone. James S Soearman
T C Pobi. Frank G Spearmian.
4Th REIGIMENT STATE MILITIA.
W H Wallace J M Johnstone.
2ND S. C. CAVALrY-COMPANY G..
J W Gary. -Thos V Wicker.
7TH S. C. CAVALR-COMPANY D.
W G Abramns. John Odell.
Ivy Z A bams. William Wicker.
D;r. 6 Pope.Surgeon 20th Georgia Regiment.
Dr. Js~ McIntosh. Assistant Surgeon.
Dr. R C(Carlisle, Surgeon 7th S. C. Regiment.
J os s Reid, Copany G, 20th Mississippi
B F H atwkins, Company B, 18th S C Regi
E ct,2nd Alabama ontes
W~ YFair, Company G1. 9th Battalion.
1M Ai Ca.rlisle, Palmetto Battalion Light Ar
WMLk,Company B,'.Bod South-Carolina
C BBuist. Charleston Battalion.
A. . McCaughrin,27th South CarolinaEegi
G. W. HoIland.
A. P. Pifer, Lee's Saff.
N B Mazyck.
Peter Robertson, Hart's Battery.
L. P. Miller.
The secretary asks us to request al
survivors in the county who have nol
been enrolled to send in their names t<
him so that the roll may be complete
A Small Fire.
Yesterdcy afternoon about half pas
six o'clock the alarm of fire was given
The, fire 1:%s in the small warehous<
used by the factory for waste. The fir
companies turned out, but the buildin,
was soon consmed.
The loss to the factory is about $00
No insurance. The fire was the resul
of spontareOus combustion. Tb's i
the second house the factory has los
by fire, a similar building be.ng burnei
on the same place in 1S5.
The criminal courf was closed on las
The case s-t for Thursday mornint
against Geo. Benson, Geo. Jenkins, F
R. Wallace and Dan Henderson foi
larceny, commonly known as the mea
case, was continued.
The case against Rush Bank et al, of
the charge of arson was also continued
by the defendant, affidavit being mad<
that a material witness was absent
The witness in question was Mr. J. C
Banks, the father of four of the defen
dants, and a certificate of a practicinf
physician was submitted stating that h<
was unable to attend- In the afternoor
of Friday application was made for bail
Affidavits were submitted by Ae de
fendants going to prove an alibi. ThE
main nfiidavit submitted by the StatE
was that of Mrs. Fannie Banks, stat
ing that she saw and recognized tb
defendants as the parties who set fir
to her house. After argument bj
Messrs Y. .1. Pope and' Ceo. JohnstonE
for the defendants, and Solicitoi
Schumpert for the State, the Judg(
announced that he thought it was r
ease that could be admitted to bail anml
announced that he would grant bail in
the sum of $2,000 for each dofendanl
with not less than two nor more thar
five sureties on each btind to he ap
proved by the Clerk.
Judge Hudson afterwards modified
his order granting bail and made the
bond ajo'n.t and several bond for y3,000.
This the defendants gave on Monday
and were discharged.
The following sentences were im
posed on the prisoners convicted: Aller
White, larceny, six months in the
John Bowers, two cases, maliciou:
mnischief and malicious trespass; in on(
rase the sevtence was three months
tad the other five months in the Peni
John P;tyne, assnult and batt,)
with intent to kill and of a high an
iggravated nature; one year in t.h
penitentijar; or pay a fine of $150 anm
the costs oi't he prosecution. He too's
Jack Hayes, breaking into a dwell
ing house in the.day time with intent
to steal; one year in- the penitentiary
After the adjournment of the ses
dons, Judge Hi.dson sounded thd
Common Pleas calendars. A mumbel
:f old cases were stric ken off. -
On Monday the juoors for the -seconi
week were called and sworn and th<
juries organtied, J. E. Brown acting as
foreman of jury No. 1 and J. M. Johni
stone as fore:nan of jury No. 2.
On Mondaty afternoon the case of D.
Hipp & Co , vs. C. & G. B. R. for kiling
a mule wa~s tried and resulted a verdic1
for Hipp & Co., for $156.
Street Cars in New berry
We may r.ever have, but that does
not deprive us of other good things.
Whether t!.ey exist or not, sickness
like the grc.le brook goes on forever.
Colds and C:aughs and Bronchitis and
Kindred dii ases attack the people and
the people want relief. Have vou evel
tried Pelham's 1E%ctoral (cough' Svrup
If not, do so; guaranteed' the be-st.'UTsed
abroad and used at home. Pice 25~c
a bottle. PYeasant to take, sure to cure
speedy relie?, made by W. E. Pelbam
The Vacancy in County CommisdIoner.
Governor Richardson referred las
week -the matter of filling the va
cancy in the office of county comnmis
sioner, to our Senator and Representa
tives for reccommendations. At
meting of the delegation held severa
days ago, it was determined to recoin
mend Mr. Os. Wells, and the recom
mendation was forwarded to the
Governor. It will be remembered tha
in the primary election Mr. Wells re
ceived the next highest vote to the
man who was elected being the fourti
man and only-a few vo'tes behind thi
man who was elected.
On Tuesday Governor Richardsoi
appointed Mr. Os. Wells'to fill the va
cancy in the office of County Comumis
sianer in this county caused by the re
signation of Mr. Silas Walker.
Important to Pe:ssioners.
The Pension Board for this count:
will meet again on Friday, 15th inst.
of this week, when they will conside
the applications for pensions. This wi]
be the last meeting held by the Boar
before they send off the applicant
passed upon to the State Board. Afte
these are sent off the apportionmen
will be made, and it will be diffcult t
get other applications approved. Al
who desire,to make application shoul<
put in their applications at this mneet
ing on to-morrow, Friday. The meel
ing will be held at 11 o'clock.
Thirty-seven applications have a:
ready been. made.
Dr. Pieree's Pellets cure conistipatior
billiousness, sick headajche, billiou
headache, and all derangements of th
stomach, liver and bowels.
The Prudent Farmer
Turns the soil at the right seasom
And he is still more prudent and .ens
ble if he does not waste his money buy
ing trashy seeds. To do so would wast
his time aLo. At Pelhani's none bu
fresh seeds are sold-Landrerb's-an
all very low. Call and see - the list<
prices at Palham's Drug Store.
Wright & J. W. Coppock have got
big stock, and they are goina to sell
or give it away. Mar k Si.
-Bneklaa's Armea Salve.
Tbe Best 'alve in the TOrld for Culs, Sore
Bruises, Lcers. Salt Rh"irn, Fever Sores, Te
ner, Chape Hands. Chilmlains, Corns an
aLSkin .Eruptions, an;d positively cnrd
Piles or no pay required. It .is gu.ranuned 1
-ive perfect satisfaction. or mone~y rein ndet
rice 2.5 cents per bo:x. For siale by Coleld
"Skipped by the Ligh t of the Moon
is the i.st successful faree-comned
ever produeed. It will be at the Oper
House nextSaturday night,
- . .-. *.--.
-M"ay Christians Dance?"
This was the theme of- the Rev. W.
C. Sebaeffer at the Lutheran Church
ion last Sunday night. It had been an
nounced that this would be the subject
and there was a large congregation
present to hear the gifted divine.
The discourse was one of the most
logical presentations of the subject we
have ever heard. It was a strong and
forcible presentation of the reasons why
Christians should not engage in this
amusement. The speakersaid he would
undertake to prove that dancing, as it
is now, was directly contrary to the
obligations of a Christian.
Hesaid he would not undertake to
mention all the recasons why a Chris
tian shoul! abstain from this practice,
but he preferred to lay down certain
principles clearly taught in the Word
First it is insisted with some plausi
bility that the young must have amuse
ment, and if they are denied the
privilege and pleasure of dancing, re
ligion will be presented to them in a
gloomy and repulsive coloring, and it
will lead theni to hate the very name.
To this he renlied that if amusement is
i the end for which they are created; if
they are under io obligations to re
member their creator in the days of
I their youth; if it is right for them to
lput off all serious thought about God
and eternity a-nd salvation until they
are old,.or until death lays a sudden
- arrest upon their career of gayety and
frivolity, there is some force in the
apology. But if, on the other hand, it
is wise and Christian to train them even
in early life to habits of self-denial, if it
is their duty to seek first the Kingdom
of God and his righteousness, if they
should give all diligence to make their
calling and election sure; if they are re
quired to glorify their Saviour in their
bo'dies and1 spirits; if it is incumbent
upon them to be prepared for the eter
nr'i world through'beiief of the truth
santification of the Spirit, then
the reasoning is utterly worthless.
Sometimes it is feebly suggested that
the Bible furnish<'4 authority for mod
errrdanicin;. Th' m,oit tho:otgh in
ve";tiato.s of the Bi'>IC on this subject
iud nOt eve(l Ia s!ggesiloni to support
this assum ploa. No i Jt -iccs of danc
ing for anusemeot are found in the
B:ble, c:cept by the i; eligious, a:ways
endiagin dioraee and ruin. And for
furtbe' info!mat:on iefe; red the audi
ence to Kitto's Cyclopedia of Biblical
Dancing as at present conducted has,
to say the least of it,
1. The appearance of evil. The very
question so often asked, "What harm?"
suggests the thought.
II. It is a worldly amusement in the
sense in which the- term world is so
often used in the Bible as denoting that
part of mankind that are not Chris
tians. It does not spring from faith in
Christ. "Whatsoever is not of faith is
sin." No communion or chnrch of
God's saints on this earth in all time
has-ever pronounced dancing to be
proper for Christians.
The preacher then brought over
whelmting testimony from the leading
theologians of all denominations to sub
stantiate the assertion. Among these
were learned men in the Catholic and
-Episcopal c-hurches, and all other pro
III. Another argument against this
amusement is that dancing by those
who profess to be Christians is in direct
conflict with the nature of the church,
and theref ore. with the fundamental
principles of ch urch membership.
IV. If dancing is pr'oper for onle mem
ber of the church, it is proper for an
Jother; and if it is really innocent, no
-objection could be raised if your minis
ters, elders, and deacons would join in
your socials atnd dlominoes. But how
quickly your mninister would be undone
if he (lid, and with what withering con
tempt you would drive him from your.
V. Indulgence in dancing by pro
fessed Christians invariably destroys
their influence for good.
The preacher then showed the incon
sistency of Christians engaging in this
fashionable amusement with texts from
Th~e sermon was listened to thbrough
out with marked attention, and any
ab)stract of it cannot do the preacher
On next Sund:ay night the theatre
-will be 'considered.
The Sou~d in the Banks Case.
The live defendants in the Banks
case were admitted to bail on Monday,
the bond having been approved by the
:Clerk of Court with the following sure
- ties each justifying in the sunm oppo
- site his name: H. M. Domnidick, $1,500;
. W. H. Long, $300; J. WV. Taylor, $500;
J. C. Koon, $300; J. L. Cook; $.500.
Total, 8, 100. The bond is a joint and
several bondifor the sum of $3,000.
Don't Overlook This~.
The continued success of Pelhiam's
rPectoral (Cough) Syrup at home, is be
1ing almost equaled by its popularity
Iabroad. Last wveek a order came from
s. Chiarlesto n, S. C., for one dozen from
r one man, that man by the by, as promi
nient in church and business life as any
tone in the "city by the sea." This
:gentleman (Rev. Dr. Toomer Porter)
1 had previously bought a .1 dozen. He
Ssays it acted finely and wvas recommend
ing it to his friends. Price 2.5c per bot
tIe. It stops a cough. It cures a cold.
-Pelham's Pharmacy. tf.
-Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
Knowing that a cough can be checked
in a day, andi the first stages of con
suimption broken in a week, we hereby
garantee Dr. Ackcr's English Remedy
s for Consumption, and will refund th
e nmoney to all w ho buy, take it as per di
rect ion~s, af n(d1d not find our- statement
correct. Sold by P. Robertson, New
- Low nown.
-Oranges, Apples, Nuts, Cocoanuts,
e C andyv, Toys, etr-., for (Christwias :a!sC
D ry (ooris, JRoots atnd Shoes, C:rock~
ery and Gliasswa re-low down at
t.f J. S. R UssEL L'S.
Wright & J. W. Coppock's line of
SGents' Neckwear is just awfully nice.
That is what the ladies say, i.~e., the
-test looking ones. t
The Confederate Certificate.
Which has iust been publish~ed by
~ hi Walker, lvans & Cogsweli Co.,
s Charleston, S. C., is at handsome en
ogr-aving, fit for atny parlor. It cedn be
used by individual survivors, or for
the dead, or for a Certificate of Mem
Ibership in Associations. . The Charles
Ston Association has adopted it. Price,
7npa,1;on parchment, $2.' Agents
a -wante-d everywhere, to canvass o
liberal terms. Outfit free.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
To-day is St. Valentine's Day.
The Newberry Literary Society will
hold a meeting on Friday. we'inder- I
stand, for the purpose of disbanding.
Mr. C. C. Davis has commenced work b
on Mr. B. B. Hunter's new residence.
Rumor says there are to be several
weddings in town soon. t
Mr. W. P. HouseaPs new dwelling (
on Cornelia Street is nearing com- s
Mrs. Elvira Rutherford is very illand
is not expected to live many days
The union service will be held in the. ?
Methodist church on Sunday .night,
and the sermon will be preached by i
Rev. E.P. McClintock. 6
On last Monday morning the ground .
in Newberry was covered with a light
sheet of snow that fell during the night.
It soon melted.
Capt. John P. Cannon, of the peniten- a
tiary force, came to Newberry on Mon- a
day and took the prisoners convicted b
last week down to the penitentiary.
The popular proprietor of the- New- i
berry Hotel, Mr. P. N. Crouch, has e
purchased a fine square grand Knabe a
piano, which was put in the parlors on S
Monday. It is a present of his little a
daughter Julia. N
A meeting will be held at Johnstone Y
Academy on Saturday of this week for
the purpose of organizing an alliance at h
-that place. Mr. D. W. Hardy, the n
county organizer will be there and the o
farmers are cordially invited to turn
out to the meeting. Is
A true bili has been >und by the d
Grand Jury in the Unit( ' States Court t]
at Greenville against Job Hawkins for a
robbing the mails. r. John A. b
Cromer and Mrs. E. S. Herbert wit
nesses returned from Greenville last
At the conclusion of the report of the
Grand Jury in court last week, Mayor s
Cromer asked to state that the jury
had been misinformed as to his having
any knowledge in the case mentioned F
in their report. He made the state- A
ment to prevent the impression that he A
had been derelict in his duty as Mayor. B
Yesterday afternoon ait a meeting of c
the Ladies Aid Society of the Lutheran c
church, it was decided to give a course E
of lecture, the proceeds to be applied to G
the building fund for a new Lutheran J
church at this place. The first lecture s
will b'e delivered at the church on,
Monday night, February 25.
Mr. J. J. Foot, of Atlanta, has been a
in town during the week.
Mr. Ed. Sdholtz returned on yester
day from a trip to Charleston.f
Rev. H. T. Sloan, D. D., and wife of S
Abbeville County, arrived in Newberry
Mrs. A. C. Jones and~ little daughter C
are visiting her father Mr. T. F. Gren
Miss Sallie Greneker has returned t<
from a visit to Columbia.
Rev. WV. H. H-anckel rector, will con- sj
duct service at the Episcopal church b
next Sunday morning and in the after- r<
noon at 4 o'clock.
Miss Qelia Chalmers of Abbeville ist b
visiting relatives in the county. i
Mr. WV. R. Keith, of Chappells, has
gone to Waihalla called hither by the a
death of his father Col. WV. C. Keith.
Mr. J. N. Fowles, of 'Lewiedale, was
in town on Tuesday. l
Mr. J. H. Irby, Chancellor of the
Broad River circuit, was in the city on- 13
Tuesday. He says he has but few
litigants in his courts.
Mr. Abe Foot, the well known trunk 3
manufacturer, has-taken into partner-A
ship his brother, Mr. Jeff. J. Foot. The a
firm will be known under .the name 13
and style of Abe Foot & Bro. Mr. Jeff.
Foot has been connected with the busi
ness for sometime, and but takes a step c
higher in becoming.one of the firm.
He is one of our rismng young busineas J
men, and has many friends who wish s
him a successful future.-Atlanta Jour- a
A Newberry School.L
To the Editor of The Herald and *
News: Through the kind invitation of
the Misses Mcintosh and Baxter, the
writer was~ permitted, a few days ago, tot
visit their school. It was areal gratifica- o
tion to a mind engaged'in teaching to see e
the work so successfully accomplished.
The regular schedule of recitations was e
observed, and no exLra preparations for
our visit were made. There was first a
recitation of the French class, composed t
of the smaller pupils, which was verya
entertaining. The present tense of the
verb "have" was conjugated, original I
sentences constructed, and a general
conversation between the teacher and
pupils was carried on.3
The period for compositions and elo- I
cution then came, and we heard two
accurate recitations of Gray's Elegy by
two of the young ladies. An interest
ing critique upon the-poem, and a bio
graphical sketch of the author, by
another, and two very -satisfactory
essays '.on the "trouble with Samoa."
We also heard another very good resi
tation of Longfellow's Hiawatha by
one of the younger boyrs.
The discipline is excellent. We
heartily commend, and without any
solicitation whatever, these earnest,
zealous and very efficient teachers.
Master Willie Zobel, in jumping up
ward the other dlay with "the rest of.
the boys," fel! upon the elbowv of his
right arm and broke the arm near the
shoulder. He is improving.
The total cost of the mules, wao
and harness recently purchased by the
Shoekley Brothers, was four hundred
and tea dollars.'
Mr. Frank Gaillard paid his father
and mother a visit last Saturday.
Miss Laura Greneker is on a visit to
Mrs. W. F. Wright. of Laurens County.
Early risers on Monday morning were
surprised to see the ground covered
with a mantle of snow. Not a flake
was falling after daylight. Silently it
camne and as quietly departed. The
ground was apparently as dry and dusty
as ever in the afternoon. It is hoped
that an abundant fruit crop may be the
Iresult of the continuous cold weather.
I - ....SANs~ SoucL.
February 6, 1889, by Rev. C. A.
larks, Mr. Frederick N. Calmes and
fiss Sallie M. Wise, daughtor of Maj.
.E. Wise, of Prosperity.
February 11, 1889, in Factoryville,
y Rev. C. P. Scott, Mr. Robt. Rhoden
ud Miss. Mary B. Bass-all of New
February 12, 1S89, at the residence of
tie officiating Trial Justice, G. M.
rirardeau, Esq., Mr. Edward L. Rodel
?erger and Miss Lelia Vaughn-all of
An infant of Mr. Jesse Driggars, of
actoryville, died 11th inst., aged about
Mrs. Caroline Reagin widow of the
tte Mr. Wm. Reagin, died on -10th
st., after a brief illness, aged about
JULIA RUFF AULL.
Julia Ruff, the eldest child of Elbert
nd Alice Aull, died on the 30th ult.,
fter.a painful iilness of 11 days. This
right and beautiful child-lovely both
i mind and manner, as she was comely
i person, was taken from this life in
er seventh year by that dreaded dis
Her death and departure has broken
n attractive and happy little eircle.
he was the bright light of that bome,
ad was sweetly learning to lead the
ray for that little group of which she
ras the brave-hearted, self-possessed,
et gentle leader.
Obedient, loving and chee'rful at
ome, and faithful in all the require
tents of her school, she was indeed a
!orthy example and guide for the
Though the bright smile and merry
Lughter and gentle voice which gave
)loring to her earthly home have been
ispelled by the dark drapery of death,
e consolation is that she shall be seen
ain, after many days, in the perfect
rauty unto which she shall attain
"In that land of peerless beauty,
And of glory all untold,
Where no shadow ever falleth
And no sunny face grows old."
POrT OFIc.. NEwIIEEaY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
ebruary 12, P.
nderson, Miss Jose- Johnson, T. F.
pbine Johnson, Willie
lewine, Mrs. W. T. I.el, Bill
ilin, Thomas Lyles. A. Cole
srry, Manual (2) Mills, N. C.
impble. John Martin, W. T.
romer, Katie Mekinzie, James
)nnor, Thomas B. Owens, Riohard
lerkly, Harry Sunley, Andrew
aFore, T. Emile (3) Suber, Mamam
ptiug, E Thomas. Norah C.
regorey, B. Wicker, D. T.,
Persons calling for these letters will plea,r
y they were advertised.
E- s. HERBERT, P. M.
Why Women Fade.
Women lose their beauty because
Ilds undermine their life. Dr. Acker's
nglish Remedy for Consumption isan
bsolute cure. Sold by P. Robertson,
A smvll supply of Millers Almanac
r 1889 for sale at Robertson's Drug
tore opposite the Post Office. tf
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
~ewberry?.' Wright & J. W. Coppock
o and see them and be convinced. tf
Writ & J. W. Coppock's is the
[ace tgt your Clothing if gou want
>get t~i worth of your money. - tf
Hallow, Charlie !. Have you been
>ending thbe winter in Mexico? Naw,
men to Wright & Coppock's ; couldn't
SL EEPIFSS NIrr s, made miserable
r' that terrible cough. Shilohi's Cure
the Remedy tpr you.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia'
id Liver Complaint? 2Shiloh's Vita
ter is guaranteed to cure you.
Call at the Book Store during your
isure moments, and read Frank Leslie.
id Harper's Weekly, Popular Month
A sad story.
The child coughed. The mother ran
o reinedy was near. Before morning
.e poor little sufferer was dead. Moral:
lways keep Dr. Acker's Enolish Rem
ly at hand. Sold by P. ~Lbertson,
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Bainbridge Mrnnday, Esq., County. Atty.,
ay Co.. Tex. says: "Have used Electric
tters with most happy results. My brother
so was very low with Malarial Fever and
nandice, but was cured by timely use of this
edicine. Am sati.sfied Electric Bitters
ved his life."
Mr. U. L. Wilcox. of Horse ('ave, Ky. adds
like testimony, saying: Be positively be
eved he would have died, had it not been
r Electric Bitters.
Tnis great remedy will ward off, as well as
ire all Malaria Diseases, and for all Kidney
iver and Stomach Disorders stands un
inaled. Price 50c. and Si. at cofield .1
The New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and neighbors
tlking about it. You may yourself be one
f the many who know rrom personal expe
tence,ust how good athing it Is. If yonhave
rer tried it you are one of its staunch friends,
ecause the wonderful thing about Itis, that
rheni once giv en a trial, Dr King's New Dis
overy ever after holdssa.place in the house.
you have never used it and should be uf
icted with a cough, cold, or any Throat,
ung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once
nd sve it a fair trial. It is 2:uaranteed every.
.me or money refunded. Trial Bottles Free,
t Cofield & Lyons' Drugstore.
For lame back, side or chest, use Shi
oh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents.
SHILoH's VITALIZER is what you
Leed for Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
)izziness, and all symptoms of Dye
iepsia. Price 10 and 7.5 cents per bot
This powder never varies. A marvel of
wurity, strength and wholesomeness. More
conomnical thn the ordinatry kinds~, and
ann.ot be soldl in competition with the maul
lit.de low test, short wel ht alumi or phoe
>hnAte powde~r. Sold onr In cans. RoYAr,
AKIim PowDCa Co., 10l Wallist., N. Y.
dorse gG as th only
cuiI bpcic orhcertancare
uret bye- W have sold Big G for
many yes andi a
s= 1.OO. soidby Drussiaw.
-W E. PELH AM.-AGENT.
PEOPLE OF NEVBiRN
OUR SHOQE, DI
We give4his Department oiur s
as can b
Men's, Ladies' or Children's; from
IN MEN'S FINE EAJ
Ziegler Bros., Bad
Cox, Gardner & .D
Yn Ladies'1 i
Ziegler Bros., Stribly's
and Haes, r
We addition to the above comj
and well selected stock of
for every-day wear; also, a large
Shoes, which we buy direct from
being able to sell them to you at)
It is to your advantage to buy your Shoes
AGREAI your money and the fast
ADTA'A al sproof enough of ti
.to buy your Shoes. AUl i
and we guarantee satisfaction or NO SALE
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GOGGANS & HUNT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NWERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
G. G. SALE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WLL PRACTICE in all the Court
of the State and of the United
States for the District of South Caro
Office in Mollohon Row, opposite-the em
court house, Newberry, S. C.
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