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Local and Speciaj.
U. B. Whites wll receipt for subscrip.
rions and take new ones at Prosperity.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the
Ssame at Ridge Road.
BEST 5e. CIGA R
tAt Belcher, Houseal & Kibcer's, Drug
C. N. &L. R. R.
Geo. S. Mower and M. A. Carlisle,
Esqrs., of Newberry, and H.C. MIose
Iey, A. H. Kohn, W. A. Moseley and
. S. Bowers, of Prosperity, attended
ameeting of the stockholders of the
N.& L. .R in Columbia on Tues-j
1ay. :Nth4n o-importance was done
and the meeting adjourned to meet
next Tuesday, July 16, when a Board
- of Directors will be elected.
This far-famed Mineral
r;Vater,-for rheumatism, nala
ria, blood disease, etc., is for
:sale at Pelham's Drug Store, -
.~Sole Agent for Newberry.
Dry Goods Store for Rent.
The store occupied by M. S. Fpstin
,_is for rent. Possession given 1st Sep
tember. Apply to B. F. Goggans. tf
Steam Engine for Sale.
?A first-class Ten (10) Horse Frick
ogine for sale. Cheap and on easy
:terms. J. P. & T. C. POOL.
.A List of the Marriages in Newberry
Will be presented to the public later.
" Bit below you will find a list of beau
tiful bride's presents of which the Book
"tore is crowded.
Fine Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings,
astefls, Bronzes, Triplicate Mirrors,
?Pall Pockets, Brackets, Fine Bibles.
atd Toilet Cases. We also have on
tiand a large assortment of Croquet
Hammocks, Base Balls and Bats,
'Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Box
Stationery, Gold Pens, and Pencils,
Blank Books, Novels, Toy Books, Tab
lets, Writing Pads. We wisi the
.young ~couples much success in llfe,
and may they get many beautiful
.presents from the Book Store. tf.
Y. M. C. A.-Notlce to Members.
You are invited to attend the annual
meeting of the Association on Friday
evening, July 12th, at 8.30 p. in. This
is an important meeting and it is hoped
no member will allow himself to be
away. The election of officers will fol
low immediately after the reports of
president and general secretary.
Do not fail to come.
JOHN T. NICHOLAS,
Samples of piece goods in great va
riety. Suits made to order, fit and finish
Iguaranteed to be unsurpassed. Harken
to the cry of your own prophet for once
Sand mark the result.
tf. WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
--want your patronage. I guarantee
tisfaction. C. A. FLOYD.
n't fail.to call at the Book Store
examine their well-selected dis
of Sheet Music Song Folios, etc.,
right & J. W. Coppock's line of
t' Neckwear is just awfully nice.
tis what the ladies say, i. e., the
looking ones. tf
House will he open on Sundays
8 to 9 o'clock a. mn.; 12 to 1 p
and 6 to 7 p. in.t.
cnget your horse fed for 25e ts.
C. 1.. FLoYD's. tf
The Chceks nteeelved.
The Ciel-k of~ (ourt informs us that
has recived the eccks~ for the pen
mners fromi this counity andl will de
ver them i > the parties entitled to the
meupon application. Th~lese checks
rfor $15 each, pay for the pi'st five
months. The Herald and News stated
a few weeks ago that the application of
Jas. M. Mardia was rejected by the
State Board but reapproved by the
County Board and returned to the
State Board. This applicattion was ap
proved by the State Board and the
check h,as been sent to the cielk for
Mr. Mardis also.
New berry, Juine .
The citizens of the Town arNecarurset
ly reqJuested to cle-anse ami (disinftect
their premiises prompti ly :snei reyui lrly
without waiting to be reported. Th.e
Board of Health are doing ajli in their
po)wer.to) preserve the hjealth of the
towni, but they need aid and co-opera
tion. They have no moir,e at stake L1'an
4Mrs of our citizens. A nd it is mi
portant for all alike, that the t.own be
-kept clean during thesunuuer mtoniths.
T'his request is made by the Board of
Health and the TrownI Council, in the
interest of~ the public health, and it
ought not to be necessary to repeat it
to reasonable people.
GEo. B. CRo31ER, Mayor.
Closing out of Spring Coods.
In order to close out our stock of
Spring clothing, straw hats, low cut
shoes, &c., we have marked them
down to cost. We mneanl business, give
us.aca-ll. MINTER d JAMIE1soN.
400 pieces of Sheet Music, old and
new songs, 10 cents a piece. For sale at
the Book Store. tf.
Minter & Jamiesonl are openin1g up
an elegant line of Clothing. Their
prices will be low to suit the times. tf.
To the Charitable Public:
We, the officers of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, desire to build a
church in this town and are making
strenuous effort upon our part, but the
contemplated cash of the enterprise
and our financial circumstances neces
sitates us making this appeal to you
who are praying for the final over
throw of satan's kingdom and the uni
versa] sway of the sceptre of grace in its
crusade against sin (esp2eially in this
town) to help us and we shall present
you in oar prayers to our Father who
"Loveth a cheerful giver."
C. (C. RoBERtTsoN, P. (C.,
S. L. BOSs,
C. L. LINDSA Y,
- DoCK WILLIA3IS,
EDWA RD YOUNG,
WM. G RIFFIN,
. Building Committee.
The pastor will receive all amounts
Newberry, S. C. July 9, 1S89
i:Il)i'} AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev- A. G. Voigt will pre:ah at. the
uli-n service 1ext Sundtiay night in the
l;; _ti.st church.
The t.gular' I!t 1 .1 m!!Ieti!: of the
F.xcel.ior Fire ColIiIy wvill b)e held
on next Monday night.
Mr. J. J. Purcell and Miss Mantle
Grant, of Union, were married on Tues
day. M r. Purcell lived in Newberry
for some time and has many friends
here who will wish him a happy and
prosperous union. Mr. C. J. Purcell
attended the wedding.
Mr. J. D. Smith's thoroughbred Jack
died this week.
This has been a fine week for killing
The State Teacher's Institute will be
held in Columbia next week.
The County Sunday-school (onvein
tion will be held at Cannon Creek
hurch on the 2nd an'd 3d of August.
Don't forget the lecture of Rev. Dr.
Smith to-night in the Methodist
thurch on the "Model Match." Ad
mission only 25 cents.
The Seventh Circuit has reason to be
roud of its Solicitor, as lie has proved
:o be a competent and efficient officer,
lischarging his duties with zeal and
xbility, in the most courteous manner.
Rev. W. C. Schaefler, of the Luth
ran church here, ls .been voted a va
mtion of six weeks by his congrega
The Eagle Engine (hand) Company
bvill go to Greenville to a fireman's
ournament next week by the colored
eople of that city.
Edmund War:law in his uniform as
member of the United States Army
eemed happy although convicted in
wo cases at this term of the court on
he charge of house breaking and
rand larceny. Amongst other goods
1e took were several pistols. He was
repnring for war in times of peace.
Mrs. M. A. Evans is visiting in Ash
rille, N. C.
Mr. T. P. Cothran and Prof. James S.
Perrin have been in the city during the
Miss Emma Mikell, of Charleston,
s visiting Miss Hennie Robertson.
Miss Lula Hallett, of Spartanburg, is
iisiting Miss Ione Fant.
Miss Amelia Stelling, of Augusta, Ga.,
s visiting Miss Lucy Bowers.
Mr. J. C. Myers and family left on
ifonday to visit his relatives in Lex
Miss 0, E. Garlington and her
:nother leave this week for Ft. Riley,
Kansas, to visit Col. Ernest A. Garling
Mr. D. P. Robertson spent several
ilays the past week with his brother,
Dr. P. Robertson.
Mrs. J. S. Cozby and Miss Allie
Dozby have gone to Asheville, N. C.,
ror the summer.
lDr. W. E. Pelhamn has returned from
Asheville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. McR. Homes, ao
mompanied by Miss Mattie McCaughrin
and little Robert, left on Monday for
Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. T. D. Lake, of Laurens, is on a
visit to his parents.
Miss Elise Carwile, of Ridge Spring,
and Miss Sal lie C. Carwile, of Johnston,
mnd Mrs. J. A. Barksdale, of Laurens,
ire visiting Mrs. J. K. P. Goggans.
Prof. Tr. H. Dreher left on Monday
for his home in Lexington County.
Hon. J. J. Darlington, of Washing
ton, D. C., spent several days here last
Miss Lillian Williams. of Winnsboro,
is visiting the Misses Horusby.
Rev. (C. E. Todd, of Charlotte, N. C.i
spent several days here last week with
his uncle, Rev. E. P. McClintock.
Miss Annie Murchuson. left on last
Thiursdaf for her home at C1oronaca,
accompsnied by Miss Mamnie Renrick.
Mrs. W. H. Day and Miss Mabel
Day and Miss Ruth Allen, of Florance,
are visiting Mrs. Geo. McWhirter.
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin is at Glenn
Mrs A.. E. P. B-denbaugh, of the
Press andl eporter, wvas in town Mon
Mr, A. E, Gonzales, of the Newvs and
Courier, was in town yesterday.
S. B. Lathan, Esq., of Prosperity, 'e
:ttending court this week.
Mr. anid Mrs. Jae~ob Eihhardt, of
Barntwell County, are visiting retatives
N r. R. E. ('ratig. of Columia, travel
ing for Mr. P. H1-. Hfaitiwanger, is in
The posto'fiee matter is gett ing to be
a mionotonous subject to us. No(thing
very interesting has tran'spiredl during
the past week. All the applicants are
still in she race and all are hopeful.
The Henry Kennedy party held a
mess mneetiing at Helena last Thursday
that wvas at tended by about 200 negroes
including women and children. We
drove out to see and hear what was
going on but could not hear or see any
thing of special interest. Several talks
or speeches weore made the purport of
which were the endorsement of IC.. W.
Whit mire. A commun ication and
sonme resolutions have b-en handed us
which are published elsewhere. Ken
nedy had about 2,000 certificates to be
signed asking the confirmation of
WVhitmire's appointment. He left last
Saturday for Washington and we sup
pose presented these certificates in per
son. Trhe two chairmen of the two Re
publicen factions in this county, Henry
Kennedy and Sam Chappell are both
in Washington. Whitmiire is also
Mr. Russell is contemplating a per
sonal intewviewv with thle authlorities in
Upon the whole, we would be very
grlad if tis miatter-were settled.
Sow Turnip Seed
and buv themi at Plham's
Drug Store. Lnndreth's seeds
are invariably the best. Sell
ing very low at Peihamn's
Drug- St ore.
The court of General Sessions con
vened h'ere on Monday with Judge T. I
Frase r; presidin . Solicitor Schumper
handed out quite a number of bills to th<
Grand Jury. It has been one of thf
heavest criminal doekets we have had ii
this county for several terms. The Grand
Jury finished their work and made theii
presentment on Tuesday and were din
The court will last all of to-day and
No cases of special interest have beex
The Banks cases were continued.
The case against E. McD. Heller or
the charge of adultery was nol prossed.
The following bills were handed to the
The State vs. Edmund Wardlaw
house breaking and grand larceny.
The State vs. Geo. Hampton-violatior
of written contract.
. The State vs. Hamp Mitchell-violatiox
of written contract.
The State vs. John Suber-violation of
The State vs. John Hand-malicious
trespress to real property.
The State vs. Alfred Shell-burglary
The State vs. Sherman Grif in-carry
Ing concealed weapons.
The State vs. Mack Anderson-stealing
grain from field.
The State vs. Lawrance Gregory-riot
The State vs. Bill Kibler-burglary.
The State vs. S. Taylor, Robert Taylor,
J. Wm. Taylor-burglary and grand
The State vs. Zack Martin, Adam Mar
tin, Rosanna Martin, Rosanna Martin, Jr.
-larceny of live stock.
The State vs. Glenn Cannon-assault
and battery of high and aggravated nature
and with intent to kill.
The State vs. Fliza Duncan-attempt
ing to administer poison.
The State vs. James Dunbar-carrying
The State vs. Mack Rutherford-carry
ing concealed weapons.
The State vs. Gee. Benson, F. R. Wal
lace, Dan Henderson, Jim Nance-house
breaking and grand larceny.
The State vs. William Suber-violation
True bills were found in all the cases
except against, S. P. Taylor and Wm. J.
Taylor, burglary and larceny, and Mack
Rutherford, carrying concealed weapons,
and F. R. Wallace house breaking and
The following cases had been disposed
of up the time of our going to press yes
George Hampton for violation contract
Adam Martin, Rosanna Martin Jr., and
Sr., were convicted of stealing calf.
Edmund Wardlaw, the United States
soldier, was convicted of house breaking
and grand larceny in two cases. The
stores of Geo. T. Reid and Geo. P. Hill at
Hamp Mitchell was convicted of viola
ting a written contract.
John Suber was acquitted of the charge
of violating a written contract, he being
Glenn Cannon was convicted of assault
and battery with intent to kill.
Bill Kibler was convicted of burglary.
Win.Suber was convicted of violating
The "meal case" was being tried as we
went to press yesterday afternoon. The
case being against Gee. Benson, Dan
HendersoL, and Jim Nance for stealing
from the store of Mr. E. M. Evans.
PRFSENTMENTiOF GEAND IUBY.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
To his IIonor T. B. Fraser, Judge Pre
The Grand Jury would beg to submit
the following as their report to the Juiy
term. We have carefully considered al]
bills handed out by the honorable Solici
tor and returned the same.
Having made a~ full examination of all
the offices and public builings at oum
former session, we have not d7one so at
this term but will do so at our nextimeet
Only five of the Trial Justices of the
county have submitted their dockets for
inspection. These we find correctly and
in the main neatly kept, having all needed
entrys properly made. As the law re
qures all Trial Justices to hand their
oosto the Grand Jury for inspection,
they should be reqiiired te show gause
why they fail to do so.
No complaints have been made, as to
the condition of the public roads of the
county. We beleive that interest of the
public would be better subserved if there
was a law requiring the public roadi
should not be worked prior to the 20th of
March in each year, unless some
erigency should: arise making it neaes
sary that they should be worked at some
other time. The heavy winter rains are
generally over by thre idde of March
leaving the land a a better condition tc
be worked, than in the months before thai
The thanks of this jury and town are
due G. M. Girardeau, Trial Justice for hii
promptness in carrying out the suggea
tion in our last report in regard tc
vagrants, by hav'ng them arrested, and
we are informed that there is much more
Ithat might be yet dpne in~ thjat way. The
officiency of the law is very much im
paired by the willingness of so many
persons to go on the bond of the vagrani
when arrested. The names of all suck
bondsmen should be reported tothe court
and they be held for the future conduct oi
Obstructions are reported to us as bs
ing in Ellisor Creek on the plantation of
(1,.GG DeWalt at the place known as the
Billy Long place.
A bram Chick and his wife are reported
tonus as keeping a bawdy house. Dr.
G. W. Garmany, Geo. McWhirter, H. H
Franklin, WV. Y. Miler, and J. H. Chap
pell are witnesses
John Morgan and Georgiana Gray are
reported to us as living in adultery, and
W. B. Whitney, John Maybin and W. B.
Oxner, are given as witnesses. Sett
Glenn and Jane Gordan are also reported
living in adultery and W. B. Oxner, J. J
Thomas and D). A. Thomas are witnesses
Dave Williams and Ann Brownlee-are
also reported as living in adultery and
Dave Thomas, Hay Oglesby and Rost
D)ay's are witnesses.
The public road leading from St
Luke's Church by S. S. Paysinger's ai
the crossing of a small creek is reported
as in an unpassable condition. The at
tention of the Board of Commissioner,
has been called to this creek severa
times without effeat.
We recommend that our clerk be allow
cd the usual fee for services rendered.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
WV. C. Sligh, Foreman, D. M. Lang
ford, A. A. Kibler, J.. .Russell, H. S. N'
Crosson, B. L. Dominick, J. L. Seas
Ja'cob C. Cook, James F. Epting, G. C
Counts. C. W. Buford. T. M. Neel, M. Q
Chappell, John Walker, W. P. Johnson
J. W. singley, John Richardson.
Everyone should see Wright & J. WV
Coppock's Underwear before purchas
lng. It is as comfortable as ornamen
tal. This is sa'ying much, but 'tis.true
TH AT ]
Is now going on in order I
Next 50 Day.
Having rented the large and spaciot
fitted up according to my instructions.
all at and below cost. Those seeking
offered to country merchants. Positiv<
3,500 yds. Figured
3,750 " Best
2,602 " Good
1,873 " "
1,969 " Best Dres
1,000 " " Aproi
2,200 " All Color
12,903 " All Color'
Fruit of Loom, : : : s
Good Bleaching, : : 4-4, 7
is It7-8, 6;
": 4-4, 51
48 prs. Wos. Lac'd & Butt'n shoes, $1 00
48 " " " 1 25
36 " " ? " 1 50
24 ' '' ? 20O
24 "? "1 " t 5(
Misses Shoes, from 12 to 2, 75c to 2 'O
HATS IN END.E
All Goods MarI
All I ask is a call, which will conv
Those who hesitate are lost.
Spool Cotton in Any Number and
Thanking one and all for their libe
BIG 7 MAIN STREET,
Scholarships to be Awarded.
An examination will be held in Co
lumbia on July 16, for the appointment
of four persons to scholarships in the
Normal College at Nashville.
The applicar.t most be seventeen
years old, mnst have in view teaching
as a profession, and must agree to teach
in the public schools in this State for
two years if there is opportunity. This
is a good opportunity for some young
man or young woman, and we hope
there will be several applicants from
Further information will be furnished
by Mr. Arthur Kibler, School Commis
She 1s "Grateful."
"I saved the life of my little girl by a
prompt use of Dr. Acker's English
Remedy for Consumption ."-Mrs. WM.
V. HARRIMAN, New York. Sold by
P. Robertson, opposite Post office New
berry, S. C.
A car load of ice just received at the
Ice Bouse. S. B. JoNEs, PRoP'. tf.
The regular annual meeting of the
Newberry Board of Trade will be held
next Monday afternoon. A full atten
dance of the members is desired, as this
is the time for the election of officers
for the ensuing year.
Wright & J. W. Coppock are now
opening a superb line of Spring and
Summer Clothing, selected with special
care, which they will sell as low as the
lowest. No humbug-about this. Give
them a call or you may wish you
All Base Ball Clubs should p)lay with
the new seamless Ball, now on sale at
the Book Store. tf.
First a cold, then a cough, then'con
sumption, then death. "I took Dr.
Acker's English Remedy for Consump
tion the moment I began to cough,
and I believe it saved my life.''-WA L
TER N.. WALLACE, Washington. Sold
byP. Robertson, opposite Post office,
Winthrop Training schaL.
Mention was made last week of the
examination of applicants for the Win
throp Training School Scholarships
from this county.
Four young ladies stood the examina
tioni. The scholarship wvas awarded
to MiessSalie Pugh, of No. 9 Township.
She is a daughter of Mr. W. P. Pugh.
. Hleea Wenhl4Igs'
Mi4ss Eve Singley has returned from
Mrs. J. W. Bowei.s and children re
turned yesterday from a visit to rela
tives in Columbia.
Miss Annie M. Jenkins, of Pendle
Iton, paid her relatives, the Gaillards,
a visit y'esterday. She was on he-r waIy
home from Eutawville.
Miss Lillie Summer is visiting at
Miss Mary Zoble is on a visit to t he
Our dainty little friend, Miss Dempie
Moore Scurry, (of seven golden sum.
mere), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Scurry, of Chappells, is on her lirst
visit to our village,
Mr. T, E. Milligant, of Columbia, was
in the village on business one day last
Mr. Arthur Turner, of South Florida,
came up last week to see his kinsman,
Mr. Arthur Kibler. He enjoyed our
Messrs. S. J. Williamson and WVillie
Seybt, of the County, came to see
their friend, Mr. Tfom Cromer, last
Master George Bishop went to Wil
mington last Monday.
We are told that Jim Scott, one of
pour colored citizens, mnade thirty-two
bushels of wheat on one acre of land.
Rev. Mr. WVightnman discoursed hap.
pily last Sunday afternoon from the
words "Looking unto Jesus." It was
an informal talk-thoughtful, earnest,
persuasive-and touchingly illustrated.
Mrs. .Cynthia Mower, who is en
gaged in the good work of organizing
the "Band of Hope" among the chil
dren, will be at the chapel in Helen:
this (Thursday) afternoon, at half'-past
five o'clock. We know that all the
ladies and children able to be out will
be there to meet Mrs. Mower. Remem
-ber the time, please. Half-past 5.
reduce my stock to save freight of nw
5 all Goods at a:
is store room under the Jesome Hotel
My 'stock oLDry Goods, Clothing, BT
genuine gargains should loose no tim<
ly no change this time. All goods sold
Lawns, standard pri
s Ginghams "
3 Cheese Cloth
Velvets and Velvete
(4ood Bleaching, : 7-8, 6
Newberry Cotton Mill Sheeting, 4-4, 6.
" t " 9 " " 7-8, 5i
" " " " 3-4, 43
AND SI-IOE DEPAR'I
60 pairs Ladies and Misses Opera
Slippers, : : ; 50
All these are worth double the price.
60 prs. Men's Brogans at 1.00, worth 1 25
64) " " " 1.25, " 165
4S " " " 1.6.5, " 200
SS VARIETY AT VE19
ed Down T
Way Down T T
inec one and all. So come before you ar
:olor at 5)c per dozen, or Six Spools for
ral patronage, with continuance of same
I am Yours Respectful
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The Sunday-school, and friends
thereof, of Grace church will enjoy a
moonlight picnic in the grove at the
church on Thursday evening and
About forty witnesses were sub
peonaed in the famous Dominick
A lady living in town for the last
eighteen years, and now nearly dfty
years old, had never seen a newspaper
printed until two weeks ago, and we
will return the assertion, that, that
woman.has as much curiosity to the
square inch as any other woman in
town according to size. Why, her
curiosity never led .her to a printing
office we can't understand, unless she
was afraid of the "bad boy'" in the
Rev. A. J. Bowers left here for Vir
ginia on last Monday. Mrs. S. E.
Bowers left the same day for Georgia,
to visit her daughter, Mrs. H. S.
Mr. John C. Fellers and wife are on
a pleasure trip to friends and relatives
The crops are still looking remark
ably well. The copious rains have
drowned some small portions of the
crop, and has enabled the grass te
make much headway. If the present
favorable conditions continue a week
longer the crop will be all right again.
Miss Minnie Burton, of Batesburg,
is among us, tihe guest of Miss Laura
Miss M. A. Lathan, of Due West, is
visiting her brother S. B. Lathan, Esq
Miss Edith Tall, who has for soveral
months served so acceptably as nil.
liner for Wise Brothers, has returned
to her home in Baltimore.
An exhibition before the Towr
Council on last Friday resulted in put.
ting $19 into the Treasury.
Lawrence Kay, a negro from Green
ville, S. C., was arrested here on Mon,
day on a warrarlt for abduotion. H!
and the girl were turned over to at
officer and taken back to Greenville.
Miss Cora Dominick, a daughter o'
our fellow towns-man, Mr. A. P.
Dorminick, who recently graduated a:
Due WVest Female College; graduatec
with the highest distinction, and mad<
the best record that has ever been mad'
hy any young lady in that institution
Miss Cora was p)repared for her col
legiate course in ProsperityHigh School
which institution she left with dis
tinction and honor. She received thb
following medals and prizes which arn
evidences or her ability and high at,
1. A medal ofrered for scholarship t<
the nmembor of the Senior class, who
during the whole nine months receive:
the highest average mark in all the
studies of the class. 2. Medal for high
est average in Junior and Senior Latir
classes. 3. Prize for perfect recitatioi
of the Shorter catechism. 4. Prize fo
keeping all the rules and -regulations o
the college. 5. Prize for punctuality.
6, Prize for making the greatest prc
gress in both vocal and instrumenta
music. This is a record that not he
father and mother, but we are all prou<
of. It is a record that tihe most nobl<
might envy, and it is one which w<
hope will tend to excite a like ambi
tion in many girls. Miss Cora ha
found that there is alway room at the
top of the ladder. Yes, girls, therei
plenty of room at tile top, but thm
middle and bottom are most fearfull;
Turnip Seed ! Turnlyp Seed !
Buist's New ('rop Turnip See<!
Also IRuist's Improved Ruta Baga Seel
just recivedl and for satle at Robertsoi
ving it. I will ofler for the
nd Below Cost.
in Columbia, S. C., which is now being
ots, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods
in securing them. Great inducements
C. 0. D.
ce - 5c, now 3c.
8?, " 6?
10, " 8_
8?, " 6
-61, " 4
10, " 61
10, " 1
7, " 4
en at Half Price.
i OAru 197 -M93
4,000 yds. Best Checked Homespun, 4j
2,500 " " Bed Ticking, 15
1,000 " Good " 10
750 " Bed Ticking,
136 prs. Men's Laced Congress Shoes, "
at 1.25, worth 2 00
36 4 Shoes, " 1.50, . " 250
A Job Lot of Shoes, Low Quarters,
Laced and Buttoned, at 1 25
worth $2.00 to $3.50.
Y LOW PRICES.
erribly Down T T
a too late. Remienber the old adage,
Soldier Wardlaw Writes a Letter.
Sheriff Riser received a letter yester
day from Lieut. H. W. Hubbell of the
United States Army, Augusta, Ga., en
closing a letter purporting to be writ
ten by Fred. Lightner, and also mak
ing inquiry about the status of the case
against Edmund Wardlaw, which has
been tried at this term of Court.
Wardlaw has been convicted of break
ing in the stores of G. T. Reid and G.
P. Hill at Chappells. Just before his
arrest he had joined the army atAgus
ta and now wears his uniform. The
letter mentioned, claiming to be writ
ten by Lightner, i.rdated at "96," June
25, but the post mark on the envelop
shows it was mailed at Newberry the
same dlay. It was evidently written by
The letter states that Wardlaw did
not commit the robbery but that Fred
Lightner,whose name is signed,did the
work. Soldier Wardlaw will have to
try another scheme i":d Lient. Hub
bell will hardly get him back to his re
cruiting rendezvous for some time to
Whether on pleasure bentor business,
should take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver
and.bowels, preventing fevers, head
aches and other forms of sickness. For
sale in .50c and $1.00 bottles by all
leading druggists. W. E. Pelham,
Fruit Jars! Fruit Jars!
The WAoodbury Improved Fruit Jar
is considered the best and( cheapest ini
the miarket. For .sale at Rol ertson &
Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
This powder never varies. A marvel 01
S purity, ~trengi and whoeoene. MoI
itue low ts, hort weght alunm or pho
hatepower.Sold ony In cans. ROYA1
Ae IN OWE C, 106 aV'll St., N. Y.
doresi G a.te onl
C ata~ pei fot certain cur
G.E.HIN ~RAHM.M D
mrT4ety ythe We have sold Big G fo
~m5I~ rven et of ai
fea Jat 1.00. Sold by Druggisti
W. E. PE~LHAM, AGENT
July 7, 1889, by Rev. J. A. Sligh, Mr.
Edward L. Sease and Miss Julia Kitb
ler, daughter of Mr. J. D. A. Kibler
all of -Newberry County.
I July 4, 1s894, by Rev. John C. Rhoden,
[ Mr. Christian Danielsen and Miss Nan
cy Bedenbaugh-all of Newberry.
Post OFFICE. NawaEnRY, S. C.
Lit of letters unclaimed and advertised
Boozer, Jim Danwoody, H. X.
D)orrab, Lewis Wilson, Frank H.
Waltor. T. T.
Persons clig fo tese letters wiln please
say they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M.
tfYou can get a firstielass turnout at
tf. C. A. FLOYD's.
A nice line of scarfs for 20cAs to 5ets,
worth 35 to 75, at
tf MirE t1 JAMIESON.
A Sad Story.
The child coughed. The mother ran
No remedsy was near. Before morning
the poor little sufferer was dead. Moral:
Always keep Dr. Acker's English Rem
edy at hand. Sold by P. Robertson,
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
Newberry? Wright & . W. Coppoek
Go and see them and be convine f
Remember that Wrightd J.W. Cop
pock give a discount of ten per cent
from regular prices on all cash sales. tf.
Remember that, Jones' Seda WaterlShksMat,Fuo ,anD'
Mil Shae,Mlo Frto adTe
Cream are unexcelleca. Call and be re
Bucklens. esa Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rhenum, Fever Sores, Tet- -
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, .Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Plies or no pay required. It is guaranteed tof
~ e perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
House 5&nts pr box. For sale by Belcher.
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
STEAM AND WATER
PIPE-ANM FITTING, Cl
WATER WHEELS, f
INJECTORS, PUMPS, taj
BRASS AN IRON, b|
SAWS, FILES, CASTINGS. dD
A full stock of supplies, cheap and -
Belting, Packing and Oil at Bottom
PrQes, and In stock for prompt deliv
REPAIRS PROMPTLY OONE. I
Min.ILrOA W., I
ABOVE PASSENGER DEPOT.
OUR NEW SPRII
And Gsnts' Furi
for the Qual
CALL AT ONCE AND
We are Su
and sell tli
for the ne:
head 1118 rare occu'
thai we ca
~ Pius 2ke
to Sit t!iB of Newb
IJJIIUUthat we ai
D. B. Wheeler's OId Stasid
Presents ;n the most ele.-nt f"rm <
THE LAXATiVE AND NUTR; i0i4 &JlO
FIGS OF CALF . ImA
Combined with ti: n;edicinal
virtues of plants k-r on to be
most beneficial to u. . nan
system, forming anl agreeabley
and effective laxative to-1 erma
nently cure Habitual Coni i
pation, and the many ills de-._
pending on a weak or iuactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, UVER AND rWi-3.
It is themost excelent remed; rc.' t to
CLEMSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When one-is Bilious or Consuipated
PURE ELOOD, REFRESHINO SLEEP.
HEALTH and STRENCTH
Every one is usint; it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR -
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALITORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
SOI8Y1L.E, KY. NEW YR, N. W
W. E..PELHAM, AGENT,
NEWBEERY, S. o~
I. L P. 6088AS.. W, H. HUT, JR
OGGANS & HUNT,
ITORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY,. S. C.
)ffiee on Law Range.
G. G. SALE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
[TILL PRACTICE in all the Courts
of the State and of the United
ites for the District of South CarO
)fMee in Mollohon Row, posite .the
ut house, Newberry, S. C.
IMeATl GRA CRODE
Lre 'ain ready for the incomfng
>p. . ey are unsurpassed in gaitg
They can now ob- >
ned at my factory, and at Wise
os. Prosperity, Summer Bros. New
rry, D. Hipp & Co. Pomaria. Cra
to be repaired can be left at Wise '
e. - . C. CoUNTs.
.ovelace Housi .4
AVING leased the large and ee
trally located house, .formerly,
e Fallaw House, I have opened-a
sb-elass Boarding House and 'will
ep the table supplied with thelbest
e market affords, and I can assure-aHL
at the cooking cannot be surpasse.
I slit the generous ptoaeo
Le local and traveling ulc
MRA B. H. LVRTLACE.
ty of' Goods.
MAKE YOUR SELEC
DS, CLOTHING, BOOTS.
.ND GROCERIES. In fact4
a lifetime cutmrof yo.
the lowest, pay the quickest -
Et thirty day s is one of such
mrece and high importance
n safely announce it a chance
but once in a generation.
CAN SELL YOU
alico for - - - - $1 00
ecked Homespun for 1 (0O0
alIsland for ---1OG%
-Wool home-made Jeans 2
Men's whole-stock Brogan d
per paper. Meedes, two pa.
3. -144 Batt6ns for 5c.
,everything in our line
diaR the cheapest
h to remind the good ladies
rry County that we have g
of Black altd Colored Cashe
ich we will sell cheaper tkM
Land we will convince you
e in the lead.