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.sco tt, A. J.
J. B. Reagii and
. B. tockiain, John1
.T. C. Hunter, W. P. Pugh
I). Hardy has resig::ed as
rganizer and Mr. J. W. eott
elected his successor.
ard to bagging it was decided
otton bagging cannot be ob
use pine straw and old jute,
ye pine straw first choice.
ice fixed for weighing at New
e cents, was changed, and ten
bale authorized to be char
ohibitionists held a meeting
rry on Monday and efficted
zation by electing Mr. A. J.
resident, and Mr. F. V. Ca
tary. It was determined to
gorous canvas of the county
e primary campaign next
e interest of prohibition. To
kers to address the people at
ign meetings, and to have a
x at the primary election in
people will be expected to
against prohibition. There
politics in this part of the
nvas. It is the purpose of
bitionists to test the senti
he people of the county on
without bringing the
nto the selection of candi
11 be another meeting held
e first Monday in Decemi
T-- - ~ - -
d of ice just received at the
S. B. s, PRoi.. tf.
r that Jones' Soda Water,
es, Malto, Fruito, and Ice
nexcelled. Call and be re
ortune for Somebody.
mation below may be inter
ie one in Newberry. We
from the News and Courier
y, and didn't have time to
"oldest inhabitant'' if such
lived in New berry Countv:
er MIowry yesterday received
g letter, which will proba
interesting to some of the
the News and Courier resid
pper part of the State:
ST. .'RELAND. Septemher16. 1S89.
The writer of this letter being a
Mr. Andrew Redmoud. saddler, or
Smith. who went out to Newberry
tie River. Charleston, south .Caro
e o, wo ke to
ev ae living, or any of their famni
if ~they are, by their writing to the
o tb rr*
;t I-rie1,'l inl
,ef fr 1ml i1h" -et otd
n .\uau.T t hat we ever n
ditor retu11ns tltlk to AIr.1
Sariiuelr fir a ifox of line vta l:
>mn his large i ;ar tfactory in New
Rtead the alvrti,rment of (';qt. A. x
11. 'ifer nil thell have y,ur lit in
\ int vitt aitcltil to) \ir- - '
l.ikard's card tt be ti,uui1l :ilt hcr
31esIrs. S- '. Bo(jzer %, Son fi"1e ,vllle
golu cooking land latling -tove' for
sale. Reai thtir card. t<
The teaecer's in-titute will tieet at
\wberry oi Satllrd-.y, 19th ini,tallt
1rogranlnue 'will be pi Iubished1 next 1
Mir. Edtwarti Rl. Ilippl has bocu.lht ,ut
Tfbs. W. holloway & son at 1oal;trin.
The -Master advertises sorne valuable
land for sale in Novenb,r.
The (*overnur offer; a reward of one
iundred dollars for the capture of si
ang Bowers. !li
A citizens' Ileetilg, is called for next wv
1'uesday to nominate an Alderman to w
ucceed AMr. Eduard Scholtz resigned. I)
Last Mondav was not mnuch of a tI
"alcday. Not mlany people in town :
md very little property oftlered for sale
by the officers of court.
The Treasurer's books will be open 1
'r the collection of taxes on the 15th
Rev. J. C. Seeger:, Jr., will preaci at
Bethlehem Church, Ponmiaria, next sat
urday. There will also be preaching
Rev. 1)r. ('ozb'y will preachi next
Sunday night at the union service in p
the Thompson Street ('hurch. ih
Rev. W. S. Wiglt man has gone to
Marion to assist i1 a protracted imieet- r
ing. He will be absenst for several
dayvs. l t
Prof. Wilbur K. Sligh will preach in
the Methodist Church1 next Sunday
Rev. \. C. Schaetier, pastor of the
Lutheran chlurch, will preach in Jalapa f
lext Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Contirmation and the Lord's Supper
in the Lutheran church next Sunday
morning. '1Thle pastor, Rev. W. C. I
cietter, will preach a serion at c
nhight on "'Bringiug len to .Jesus.' I
Everybody is cordially invite,- to be
'ihe South Carolina Luthera-ll Synod
will meet October 1, at It. Lebanoll
church, Orangeburg County, Rev. IDr.
Hawkinls. pastor. MIr. Geo. 11. (rmer
is thbe delegate fromi thle Newberry Lu
Thle commiiittees onl graded schmols
had anlother meleting on1 last Tuesdlay (
afternoon, and c2oferred about the
wrk in hand. It was aigreed to make11
a joint report, which will be ready ill a
few dlays. The commfittees will hold
another lmeeting on1 to..mlorrow after
mnn at whichl time it is likely that a
Th i l'r. *rily l tial-t (h 'h ll
e :ilied next Sunday. Rev. ('.
'Ott. (>t Newherry, will preach t
, dicatory .-rmont,!.
ly. N. 1;. W illiams!, (f Mayeuvil
lh~ trg:mieId the c, lgregation al,
ne tea:- ago, will also be present.
No servi,es will he liel1 next S
aV in the Newherry Baptist (hurn
l the m::embiers are especially invit
> unite in the -ervices at Prosperitc
Thc ILntheranl ('hirelh at IRid. e R<,
-ill b1e dl, :edited n(ext Smnol:V.
eudivat~rv se-rnmn viIi h' pireaclhe"d
.Iewiseh Rieligious Services.
Shur I-raelitish citi%ens have recen
ehracted theiIr New Year 5,650l,:and l
t4 Satunliay close the most Sole
it of the Atoinerne'it. At sunset .
rulav they legani the Feast of Tal
The-e interestin: rite:+ and cerer
ie- have beon noticed in this paper
veral fo rner oeeasi(on4, and we p
n to a fewr reflectionrt. coneerning:; t
-n:derful people, whose history tr;
,end- that of any other, simply
tutie the gre:at .1eho vahl himself
ired-its writing, and which is the
s of our cod,Ies. A people renow ned
terature, and in the arts of 1ea"
eli as in the b riliat ae"hievements
ar. And although in the permis
rovidence of God, t hey have h<
liroWl into the crucihle of appalI
1lliction and subruitted to the erm
-=t of the most relentless persecunti<
the West, and slaughtered by n
n:s in the East, they renain a I
iticett Ilonmillienit of Him who h1.
?el:red that though he .may mak
ill end of all iation", yet will he t
tterly destroy Israel, for there i:
essing in her.
In the special providence of God ti
re preserved and prospered, and n
et shine resplendent amthong the p
les of the earth-when their captiv
"turned again," and they rett
-iti the wcealth of the nations to 1
storation of PaieSt tie, and to Jert
mln, "the geographical centre and e
al of the world.''
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
The imn's tneting Sunday was (
f untuasal interest. 'Mr. Daniel
ave the young nie a splendid t
rol the worls, "Be not conformed
A nietint o' the district cominii!
vas heldt in Prosperity, Tuesday af
loon. Nothing definite could he
ded about the tiie and place of mi
Ig Ifor the convention, but it will pr
bly be held it Ureenwood in Novi
>e. J. T. 3
MJr,. .lane Brown and Mrs. Lafavi
loore. of Laurens ('ounty, were o
isit to relattives here last wi
lhey return'iied ae'romlpaniied by Mrn
Miss Emmnca Simminons, of Laur
'tnty, after a pleasant visit to 3
. M. Bo wers, left yesterday for Hodi
Miss Giarrie Greneker returned
atrday from a visit to her sister, 3
II1GI: RO)AD AND1 CAN-NON'S ('i::.
j' t ever.
he is Mi-- lI:ary sli-h. < f\t. T:ti
i ' vi.'iting, n-lativ"e- :uil 'ri,endl ini t1
Alr. Ml. L. . w:t - wili vi-it I ran:
tut hur_ this w,""k t1nbuie .
1ter..v . S ih :(1rli i tertdt !
m-1 (,tliltmunion a.t Suilay:i to abot'
-h1 t""i iii talt- aid ba11ptied/ l 5 iiiail
t lie "1l itr - of thet clilr'l' wt're it1,i
ed for ail di-puoed to tlnitt". but ni> t
- camne'f(rwardl. 3Mr. : h pr:1-hi
)ad stirrin; -termton frtlm P'-alill 4 :
Ilie colgregati1n would IIave t'
ie larger had the annoIlC(11eint i
bY better known. \\"t are gld we w
.Ipresen"t, anl Ito Ie lte impro1t \en1i1.
bein, mnade by t le congrgation. T1;
have pul t aVe'tr neat fencte around t
tly The bariberue for itl- Irhebnetit of lil
on Rload chureb eaime oit last T'rii'i
al1 was a 1uini sieCss inl Spite of
the dise10t iagellielits the ("oiniitI
Winet with. WitI the exception of $21
rer- tihe '(u was imule upll as a (t'itril"
ionl to the cllureli, aid a net Iprtit v
i realized of $45.60. Rev. J. 1). tiu'
poke for more than an hour oni
otl suiject of prt hibition. It was the vt
ass lest temperance speech I ever hea
hivtr \l r. H u:ggins has thle courage
his convictions, and expresses tht
I fearlessly and forcibly. In the aft
be- noon Capt. John F. Banks was iit
in- duced and made a brief but interesti
a- :aldress ii Titvor of the alliance. i
J. A. Dgh was the next ant last <
to speak. He divided his thoughts a
as spoke to the point on prohibition at
of the alliance. The whole day passed
ire very pleasantly. The comliittee hi
turned the proceeds of the 'Cue over
the treasurer, Jetlersol Quattlebau
nl and it will be applied to the purpose
ial which it was intended, anl now ea
is and every one who has lent a hlelpi
il hand in the cause have the sine
thanks of the c4onniiittee.
a On next habhath the church will
th dedicated free of debt. Rev. .1.
e a Bowles, of Oraiigeburg colnlnuni
ot" will preach the dedieation -eriu(
'1There will be preparatory services
a Saturday previous at S p. ii. 1t
Bowles will also, paeach on Saturd:
iy Probably we are writing about 1
. church our last time unler the namt
Ridge load Church.
.ty Cannon's (reek Alliance iet
1ty Saturday last at 10 :. in. We had <l;
rnIan enthusiastic nietillg. TIhiirt<
the mnenbers were initiated, and still tl
are more applicanit-t for ii niersh
If our membership still increases as
al- has for the past while, we will s<
inumber one hundred. I believe t:
old Cannon's Creek Alliance stands
the Banner Alliance of the county, :
inc she stands ever ready to maintain
principles of the Alliance, and to
"" hold every good and noble work in
alk tuted in the interest of the labor
to iuan, he lie tiller of the soil, mechalt
or a worker in any honorable aVocati
We are standing as a unit against
tee proposed rings, combines, and tIru
ter- and ini a while we will not regard si
de- as legitiuate. I feel that. our inmnei
are beginning to appreciate the ot
t- principles of the order as well as
'ob- financial. Let our nieibers be trai
m- morally, educated thtoroughly in
principles of political econonly, t
they may be intelligent enough to I
der a verdict on all questions affect
their inte"rests, morally, socially, po
ette cally or financially. We want no I
I a tisan politics in the Alliance. But
k. do want the citizens of this (Comti
IWealth to become so1 f:aniliar with
great questions of the day as to be
to secure the needed reforui in .S
en and National Legislatloln. Intellig
1rcitizen ship means an intelligent e:
cr. ise of the rights of suffrage, and
gs eniactmfent of wise, pnure, and patri
last legislation, an it elligent people, an
i. prjudieced press, and theii pure, pa
rs tcsatesmien, then just laws;
eqiual rights and privileges to all elas
hI'Then e r~i2Tty will dawn upon
indstife wilt van ish.
- of the
(\tt 't"11 : I I t),l tll lr:L t+I\ au I .i rk
li I Ia r , .1 t i . i', ' I;I t l h II *I i rue di
i '. a . i i I r,. W . . . an t n are I
Ill. l I ui tI i t r" hvI n1
a tIre Ii t':i : "in rent; oi,
I- <4 1L. .:t-)' IF :it in1 his appeiart- Y
i a ; l+n,Iay fntrI::. No d:lna.gt
enl .tl lt'. ,h
tt .\ r . %all " l+e: l; ::lI1 M i- -\live li
,. iu T w .. . i visii. th
(I I11't'e i II it t' iII It'd~ an I ( , inrj nd. I
"li l e i . . F4)j . ' y itot e r of (r -t
rt. I r llt\: Ahlreb ,a il , ,t- i ng I a s ew t ay
l in W aiha liti: a , i t_. I ue lll.tit::e ! I.
dIt d l ltt. t t n itite i n. Itla t in l ;t ,in - i
,il thtreeS t fo u )Illtr hndre dill g and Ii i p t
t initi Allianc, N- . I . ad rI en- f
n. iz iiiit1 w ertiud a nd wi th) \i inbet
nf at) " no w at h i 1titia ti ndt aplit h it
-11 Ct'iiS lr i8Vin erChi ill ru idtt uto
ii- Vt- li ttie l:V i- - e . l Uu
wil j t' T Ln aa I
r aigin tot Str'e fo -d\'t"stud : tl i at the
) ow . Titi) .I' iu
to\' ARemr <le Revwn a a.: r lrfWon.r<1
r [puecial to the Ntws .d ('ourer 1.
IlrIhuK1 tean . (n <h-i ber ;-h.i-here
ret opei f Wli s oal d ('otllege yete lray
r i n i eul la l y hiel t e 1: t rin m b e r
Ile i n th ed. t i h . It is expected -
O th a terlwill have abutLe hurndre
Ityl 1 , a et-tive' by Friday u In tin bt in- h
sn. l)i ('ttiinr 1 at tis. pice rllret e I
iiit - srnowe i l:\' 11eeutC-5 It-IIVill i)ttedanc, la g
e t- i e m a ler lieiv -ti lvi tin . I
h ere ."hr t-e l lt';)reseltlc e , News)
C(i. O:rx to.i is. Oct ai.-Th Reav:n N. .
1 .1. H the EnoreeI i ! tt .
ai niedll'artd"l I:unthl 'it"lecied i lle
inr .c""-tt . ,f ry fv .u"lt,'- ..sr.
.i 1lnol (lrllt atd til s pl'tat"c. solute t)t8
rowd. have bee- en in at ht\end:ie, hard,
:i anvrbfd e h v the citizen1t of this jta"'t i kt y
St aet the nit rter1 f. eki n i s ate.in
al f HE Rhurbe , rereeTe here, aILL I
:": Si: othe New s sbtrand (huriera
acesohfeorvf c enes.Sess
HohneK and WIctl,n pr.ache somte"of
IIlthe finet-v rmon wt e a ve isveliread
a dthe pepeo,tir lc tikte
. l.'are 1t h (> bes t l re atirs in the tat"
er tl(plil to eth mnew had Courl kier.]
hr llgH L.O tbr .T eitrs
-.? th erv'i!". So far over two hundred
l)t":per!ns have mnade profession of reli
A nIll r Ilt of ) Illilnister:i alld 'ili%ellS of
\L~ i .!ll; iSi 'I.X '...N e} n l,
>). " t:it"- (tti I Ili '-tr :i\, .:td 1n -t a li
eti aln)ti :iX \'ar".
I ir. .Ia1 ".- Iitl , trf Town,h.% i p N o.l)
tl tn iT hur,.tl ay, ::d t;in an.1, a_te
leit!\ Nt)r)In. in:fanlt )on If M311Th
. ,". .e ,ii".i tn t1t he ':I b IIin,t .ant a
:at i tu:, A1. 1:) i -" 'uIa Y:.\IM .
ri.",.t sn of .Jr. and Mr,. J. M. twwei
Six 111intils have ,asstdt since ti
.,it i"ttle iy went to joinl the an el
the heautiful "Iland of the leal,
t'inr his honie so darkened with th
utlt,w' of ieath. That honie of whie|
-was the light andl joy-ha:ppy", niel
litt le boy, so fill of life and activit\
iiitere.,el in everyth-iing around
'li a '-hli ping hanl" iio wiliingl;
Id -o ah!y, baby though lie was. I
as a leastire to watc h the sturd;
tle ti:.:ur: that prouiised so well to
e 'ut ure. :wlt it was hard indeed t
I ti- llit dit )ut of his sweet blu
: to ktn14w that the voice we lovei
.1ar wai: hutshied, the re"stless littl
rt fI )re\ver stilled. Ah, the depth 0
rrow at th' death of a little child
e\ can Soundl,\who have also ;ufl'ered
1eV, to), have folded the waxel
ig' and1 smoothed back the curl
>111 :t little marble brow, and knoN
e heart-l,reak, the ainguish of it all
Lit tletre is a bri-lhter side even ti
is sail picture, where, with the 1up
"led eve of faith they can behol
eir loeel one safe in his Father'
Use, saved fromi sin forever Inore.
*Out of the sorr~.,ws of sadiess,
Itlto the sunshine of gladness,
Into the light of the blest;
(lnt of a land very,V dreary,
Out oftite wori of tiht- weary,
luto the rapture of rest."
October 10th, 1s$9.
All the Popular Mediciner
ay be 1,i>11id :t Pelhaii's I)rtug Storn
B. B.: S. S. 8.: Scott's Eniulsiot
otht"r's 1'rieii; Orange Blossom
arner's safe Kiduer and Liver Cur,
ine of ('ardin or Woman's Relie
vrtp of Figs; King's New Discover:
tnp(unid IUauiana, or Life Restor
ve: P)eilharu'- (':"rtain ('hill Cure, Ett
te., I:t". .ow for cash.
ve Can and )o.
(ula!'arit'e c. 'klr'. Blood Elixir for
as hei fullyt dllonstr:tedl to the pe
Ie of this countr\" that it is superior
l other pre iarat iins for blood disease
is a ptsitive tuire for syphilitie poisol
ig, I'lcers, l'riptions and Pimple
t purifies tile whole system fI
ioronily" ilthls tup ile con.titUtiol
t Bhelher, fHou-eal & Kil'er's.
Tlhis powd1er unever varies. A maurvel
u r t srengt hs and whole.somieness. .31
'0114micalu t han the ord inarv kinds, al
Ihnnotl be sold ino competition with the mi
I udet low test., short weight aluam or p)h4
hatde powder'. Sold only ini ('ans. ROY.
'AINGI PowIERt Co., 106~ Wail st., N. Y.
peitieI trl !t\' he ! wi.utet rtce $s
ttf tht:t remt'ty. N\:rt'h::.-.: 'ur" tchills
:inti re er. \W',tI 1te .a:.i 1h:ki1b,. or
tuih1 '. Ue. to itor 'i: | l\' : ';h;ml'T
to ii: e'+ite .
Al a rm r t re initetv":2 a
ei tly In r ... .: t a i r e ie f
phesn beo n hoe. ti
It i.the1:t e : -
CLEANSE T HE S YS TIE ., i r.*
W hen or.e i,:. +;i", " .. -v ---
PURE BLOOD, RER.
HEALTH and E :-kLN'Tr
NATURALLY F ,LLJVW.
E ven one is us ;. it rud a l re
ASK YOUR id,UG ST --OR
pendi:gro o'. v. xc,
MANUF? .CTJ!:-: L- ' d
CALIFORNIA Fi SYRU%TP CO.
iSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
:UIZVILLE, KY NEW YORK, N. Y
C S . E. P'ELHAM. AGENT,
TO LEND on Rea EState--cspeci
ally on farming lands. Loan to run
fiv years. Term s rs onta ::itd.
.i0\NES &C JONES,
SI"EXPEC:(T TOO LEAVE NEW
Iberry, I w"ill sell myr Phaeton, Har
tess, Wiiuter andl ummer Lap Robes
at a b)argain for the c ash. All as good
itCaLbeFeniat h ridenceU oi.
o ~'LLE,K PES NW YOLDNG
of ConyCm issio. reuie
blly law trieoit the, sameu wto run
of Noeber, so tha s thy mhayn Ha
Hesminutd erd une IApRoe