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M as of $300 I
oi known colored t
;died Tuesday E
receipts at Newberry the
were 1,730 bales. Price yes
-or middling, 9 cents.
e railroad tank is being repaired
ed painted, and the supply of water
for the street sprinkler has been shut
y will off'.tI
br. L. A. Hawkins has a sow with a
litter of sixteen pigs. This is some- $
nthing remarkable. The pigs are well
aer Cornet Band
Monday of last M1iss Carrie Hanmilton, of Edgefield, r
wing members: who has been quite sick for several t
r-piccolo; E. H. weeks is much better, and will soon be
bet; Thos. E. able to be up.
F. H. Kempson, While in Greeenville last week, Mlr. '
ill, -2nd alto; H. Geo. W. Clotworthy, the well-known
Harry H. Blease, commercial traveller, received a tele
lats, baritone; F. granirrom his home in Baltimore an
. . Hornsby, uouncing the death of his wife.
'allaw, Jr., snare The 1 unisfallen Dairy Farm has filled I
four silos n ith ensilage the last season. a
of. getting your It was all grown on the farm and is all t
lemilo maize. They have enough in the a
gdeinoss war- silos to feed the present number of cattle s,
. gRobers Edandfotwyer
ed, and thereby
when for a small Two circuits are to be formed out of e
can get first class the Newberry Methodist Circuit, and
to carry the risk, the parsonage in Newberry will besold
itable Life Assur- to the highest bidder on saleday in \o- V
lus of $20,000,000. Ivember, and the proceeds div~ided be
nk. over Jones & tween the two circuits. Each will haven
lmi a parsonage-one atNewberry and the ?
other at Prosperity. 1
ould be noted in Rev. E. P. MClintock will be absent
advertisement in next Sunday i-atteudance upon the
v.Chalmers, pub- A. R. Presbyterian Synod of the South,
page: which meets at Prosperity to-day, and
also buy my tract there will be no preaching in the
Sabove described Thompson Street church next Sunday. a
terms. Hon. Geo. S. Mower is the delegate to
H. T. SLO,N. synod from the Thompson Street
Church. Mr. Eugene- F. Greueker wvent to Al
ndsto yesterday afternoon in response to
us wee elcteda telegraphic order to report for duty as C
congregation last a flagmn on the Columbia and Green- b
,ro ner, Win. P. vileRailroad. He has been employed
Houseal, Wn. several months tsa compositor in The s
ibler, Dr. Herald and News office, and is a sober
-nard, Dr. 0. B. and industrious young man. He will
Robertson Eduard make success deserving.
congregation will Capt. i. H. Wright received a tele
anniversary of the gram last Saturday announcing the n
sudden death of hrs. Elizabeth Win
on oon "The His- gard, wife of Rev. H. S. Wingard, of
of the Lutheran Springfield, Ga., and formerly of
ched at 11 a. h. Pomaria, S. C. She was a sister of Mrs. t
.W. C. Schaeffer. Wright. Rev. A. J. Bowers, her
r will preach a brother, with his mother, Mrs. Bowers,
M im e reason t on the be trai to aD the
- ,n Sunda the e rey
"SPARTbe proity indco- BS.cIA
Farer,e Evryhm wAt ece,Huel&Kbe',Du
undrd a - rh prsentagetony ' Proas
Am=nee Day.ts Ok M 3 arreundModyfo
lay.aatshert visitTto Coleanceymen
hinf 33 aes of roptn Coput.Walce f oumi,pa
?nheimardt bading wietin an ebryls ek
ee,l composed ks,H Scool Jsup PrfB.A ils fEgfil on
effect A. J.Gbo, atohneW Scoott,wsionysedy
of t. CoWilon,to chrg MrofdMs.J .tolheure
lineice whn clssfed A o t M.feredCay,o Clmba
d oo o thiret Ith Opas no s untiepStra n eundMn
Wh-'en th whlta sol The pla hMc a,acopneR. r.Mcaly
romsa R -Tea Asliacessi thred M.B .Al etWdedyfrC
nt lfor 4 hihe pCal sbut hwie h neet fteLtea li
Threy ka eeie ealyi to
Ther toanumber of.aladenc sof in r .Jns f-acse,.p
Aebry nT ursdaynw a ys a t ew asi ebryti eko
Trcerngn fro 9ic top94eafr ingood ofind n eltvsinhs
W. Meini reaon t0be M. an receipts FloydNefterry th
for her surly erda aferoo o,7n aes prie Nort
"Grefl ressor ore allsandotr midlaces of ientest.
hunded& te prsenati nd paited andB theson ofpl Pospwer a
" 'fothe reies andpriendhs here, lst
&llalC D.Miss L. . aiinshas an wihaer
brouht i 33 baes f coton putup erof Misixteenington Tis Pinsime- J
in deneier aging seetngandofthe reakbe. Tepigs Aademyel
The llincecot'nselingcomit- Mr.ssV Cari Hacleford ofEdeured,
and C.Wils, tokcargeof h oc. thas beenduit splk for sever I
it n te ~et wa no wunil k has wth beter,adr Harson,
abot5'~coCktht asae ws ade e.ob p
W'o hilego ian orenld aastane, ar.
nthewhoelowassol to0. Galo. spok ltorhya Trumbull.kon
earnstl fo a ighrrpiceburth his ho ivalimorg an
market had declinednearlyni the Nodeayu othroug h w orld. a
Thetotl nmbe o baesoldin Tyseptc nisAcler' DyspFar ab iledtI
Newberry ~~~fu hrda a o h r silositv cuesioag the wost forson
Conwstalpagrown. Gutharmand isall
cottn.msldob ma:Be.hey hsae enug iner a
Farers Aliaceretrn hertansJckw illit re to be fom aout
I tothefolowig nmedperonsforthe mieer of thoist orcuit, sasnd
with parsonage in Newtberrylwillebeooldn
to the hrighentThudddryolast:ed.yS.naNt-im
Coppok, I.A. Cr:el, RobbeT. , yon an with proer anidd mora
Ualwel, ~ M.Evas; V. . Trratweenit the twoe carits. Ea Ferrotypen
~~i~ SmmerBros. and als pallry.nA-n ith Nexerie nce pre
the Cty Ctmci and he nwspaerterd or Proseruiont.agalr
of he ity H.H. OLK frned, wit P. acCinoodchanle tosente
Chim n.exgt mudyitnan.ceuonortheres
A. . sbver Svuod Poftoh,
Bwhiho meetes. C. tf.rtyt-ay n
thewllbe to theacigi h
Fo. Ae. S.umower hs mvedlegateHto
sno Shopmetdo thethpstofStret
Whatis i? A ertan cue hfrch.
MEdyn Bro. havenee open up A- e
stonk& yesterdy Grernines,oneton
all iseaes o th ski. Itwil tiagan old tand Coumiavan the n bal
Heraoland Ses ofice an isla a soer
ank inusos atoung Book Stoe" tfl
remoe rnok~eads Pmakes sucs deserving. -
Rapt.bR. t.Wihat Xrecight atee
Frekls,Ta an Snbrn F ra Piast Sday aucnte
sudenteeanthue tt of E biabeth ain
Sprengfield, upon bmanyformeruspof
omain.C. he was Blo Elister wil Mr-t
Wright Rev. imuite and loeave the rn
rto & ild r's ter, ith s mother,dMrsa. Bowere,is
anothing sithat willso anehorhl beftlt
up the cenonstrituto purify and
have been ded
past year : Mt. Leb
ourg county, Rev. J.
D., pastor ; Trinity
urch, Elloree, Rev. J. D.
. Bachman Chapel, New
*y, Rev. J. A. Sligh, pastor.
- Sunday-school chapel at
e r, Columbia, has also been
edicated during the past year, Rev.
1. M. Kinard, pastor.
One of the most important things
onsidered by this session of the synod
vas the report of the Board of Trustees
f Newberry College, and the recomda
ions made threin that an agent be
lected to increase theBachmanEndow
nent Fund totffty thousand dollars the
mount that was originally contem
>ated, and whose further duty it shall
e to raise funds for the building of
wo or three houses for the professors.
This recommendation was referred to
committee consisting of Rev. J. A.
Uigh. Geo. B. Cromer and Rev. C. P.
koozer, and their report recommending
he putting of an agent in the field
reated some discussion, not that there
was opposition to the matter, but there
vas difference of opinion as to the plan
o be adopted. Finally, however, the
eport was adopted, and it was deter
ained to elect a financial agent of
tewberry College. It might be well
o state that the salary of this agent
ill be provided for by synod and he
'ill not work on a commission of his
ollections, so whatever given him for
be college will go to the college.
A committee, Rev. G. W. Holland,
tev. J. A. Sligh, and Geo. B. Cromer,
). B. Wheeler and A. H. Kohn, was
ppointed, who should have charge of
he details of this matter and to select
n agent in case the agent elected by
ynod should not accept.
Rev. J. A. Sligh was unanimously
lected by the synod as the financial
gent of the college. He has not yet
ecided whether he can undertake the
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer was elected a
iewber of the Board of Trustees of
iewberry College, in place of Rev. J.
!. Wertz removed from the synod, and
>r. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., was elected a
iember in place of Rev. L. E. Busby,
hose term had expired.
DELEGATES TO UNITED SYNoD.
The following are the delegates and
ternates elected to the United Synod
!hich meets at Wilmington, N. C.: 1
Clerical-Revs. J. Hawkins, D. D.,
. T. Horn, D. D., E. A. Wingard, J.
Sligh, G. W. Holland, D. D., J. H.
Vilson, C. A. Marks.
Lay-P. E. Wise, A. H. Kohn, J. D.
appelman, 0. B. Mayer, Jr., C. Wul
urn, H. H. Folk.
Alternates-Revs. J. E. Berly, C. P.
oozer, W. C. Schaet*'er, S. T. Hall
ian, W. A. Julian, M. M. Kinard, L.
Lay-A. D. Haltiwanger, G. B. Cro
ier, J. B. O'N. Holloway,.Otto Tiede
ian, W. K. Bachman, D. B. Wheeler,
V. J. Assmaun.
THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY.
It was decided to postpone the elec
.on of a professor in the Theological
eminary at Newberry until after the
ieeting of the United Synod, and in
.e event no Southern Seminary was
tablished at this meeting, the board
f directors was authorized to elect a
rofessor. In the meantime the
ninary at Newberry will be con
inued and the college professors were
uthorized to give instruction in the
The delegates to the United Synod
ere authorized to present to that body
he advantages offered at New berry for
be establishment of the seminary of
he United Synod at that point.
A resolution was adopted requesting
~olony, Bachman Chapel, Mt. Pilgrim
nd O'Neall congregations inNew berry
~ounty to form a pastorate, and that
Tnion, Macedonia, Mt. Pleasant and
alem conigregations coL..titute a& pas
3rate, and that they be given one year
ycomply with this action of synod.
Two young men, Messrs. P. H. E.
herrick and Henry F. Counts were or-1
ained to the gospel ministry on Sun
ay afternoon. Rev. J. E. Berly
reached the ordination sermon.
The delegates all returned home on
ILL MEET AT NEWBERRY NEXT YEAR.
Luther Chapel, Newberry, was _se
eted as the next place for the meeting
' the South Carolina Synod, and Tues
ay before the fourth Sunday in Octo
er 1890, _at 7 p. m. as the time.
Jurors for November Term.
The following is the list of jurors
rawn. to serve the lirst week of the
iovember Term of Court:
rwin-Dennis, W. H. Enlow,
.Henry Barnes, Jacob C. Leitzsey,
avid B. Werts, Henry B. Lindsay,
>. T. Livingston, Jun. F. Kibler,
.Willie Long, J. Calvin -Caldwell. I
Valter F. Koon, C. W. Bishop, i
~eorge A. Ropp, S. P. Boozer,
has. E. Summer, Jas. B. Kempson, J
. W. Reese, Ralph S. Boazman,i
Pat Bowers, Jno. E. Montz,
no. P. 1Rawkins, Geo. A. Cook, 1
.H. 'Williams, Silas J. Cromer,
S. Cunningham,J. Cal. Singley,
ark B. Beden-Jno. C. Sey bt,
baugh, Luther T. Sheely,
no. T, McKi ttrick,Meredith Reighley,
evi WV. Ethridge,R. S. May bin,
. J. Livingstone,J. M. Bowers,
FOR SECOND WEEK.
.Clark Smit.h, Geo. M. Long,
V. P. McCullough.Jas. D). Hutchinson
.looiinan Ruff, Wmn. Q. Watkins,
D. Hawkins Pugh,J. B. Martin,
EC. Jones, Jas. F. Epting,
eo. A. Riser, Jno. R. Spearman,
. Chesley Domi-Samn. J. Wood,
nick, Leander Long,
r. Burr Stockman,Jno. L. Epps,
r. H. Boulware, Sam. D. Boland,
3en F. Sheely, Andrew M. Counts,
Soah L. Chapman,Jno. A. Graham,
B. F. Cannon, T. L. Wheeler,
ates C. Myers, Jno. W. Monts,
e0. A. Kinard, B. B. Schumpert,
rayton J. Long, JuQ' A. Sheely, Jr.,
r. Y. Mathews, Jeff. Davenport,
P. Brooks HIutchiin-B. F. G riffin,
son, Win. H. Werts.
Caution to Mothers.
Fvery mother is cautioned against
iving her child laudanum or paregoric;
it creates an unnatural craving for
timulants which kills the mind or the
bild. Acker's Baby Soother is
specially prepared to benefit children
mnd cure their pains. It is harmless
and contains no Oium or Morphine.
Sold by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler.
Samples of piece goods in great va
riety. Suits made to order, fit and finish
guaranteed to be unsurpassed. Harken
to the cry of your own prophet for once
and mark the result,
tf, WRIGHT & J. W. CorrocK.
1 EIL verywhere
CSnfirm our statement when we say
that Acker's English Remedy is in
every way superior to anv and all other
preprations for the Thro..t end Lungs.
In Vhooping Cough and Croup it is
magic and relieves at &nce. We offer
you a sample bottle free. Remember,
his Remedy is sold on a positive
guarantee at Belcher, Houseal & Kib
ler's Drug St;ore.
Remember that Jones' Soda Water,
Milk Shakes, Malto, Fruito, and Ice
Cream are unexcelled. Call and be re
Inside of Sixty Days.
Col. Urquhart, of the Three C's, is!
iere on busiuess connected with the ti:
-oad. He says there is no doubt but in
hat contracts will be let and forces at nj
vork on the Augusta division of the:: vE
-oad inside of sixty days.
Hes-tys further that the Three ("a
los not need, and does not ask an ex
ensiont of the time within which, by
he charter, the road must be corn
)leted. Till January 1891 is all the
:ime they want.
This sounds encouraging, and we
iope that we will not be disappointed
this time. We shall feel much better rE
when we see a few hundred hands at
work between here and Black's.
PUSHING THE WORK oN TH E MAIN LINE
Work on the Charleston, Cincinnati c
mnd Cbieugo Railroad is being very
vigorousiy pushed, and a letter from a
Johnson City in the Knoxville Journal C
says that the road is going ahead rapid
ly on the line from Johnson City h
hrough Washington County. Work
has to be completed and cars on it by
he first of February. The remaining a
inety miles have more time-about g
There are at least two thousand men A
t work on this road between Johnson C
City and Kingsport, Va. New camps n
re going up daily and railro:td men
ire coming from all parts of the count- 3
.It undoubtedly will be odie of the;
reatest trunk lines in the South when
3ompleted, being the shortest.route
rroni Chicago and Cincinnati to deep
water. McDonald, Shea & Co., have t
the contract for the one hundred miles
aow building, with the understanding fr
that they are to get the remaining one
undred and fifty when this is done.
rhey have subbed all, and could sul> l)
nore if it was ready.
The Newberry Postoffice. ri
The Washington correspondent of Ii
the News and Courier telegraphed last ?
Wednesday to that. paper the follow- C'
"Colonel Russell had ai talk with tihe
Postmaster General with reference to b
the Newberry case. Russell urged the h
election of Mr. Moorinan, and F. L.
icks presented the narive of Mr.A
Dennis, at present a storekeeper and r
pauger in the internal revenue service. I
Deas pu.t in a good word for Whitmire ai
tnd-gave Dennis a black eye by stating d
:hat he was originally a Republican,
)ut changed his politics and become a a
Democrat during the Cleveland admin- O1
stration, now he proposes to turn his B
oatagainand come back into the Re
Aublican ranks. Gen. Wanamaker r
aid he was not prepared to take any w
iction in the Newberry case at this cc
Henry Kennedy has deserted his ai
riend Whitmire and is pattiug in his la
vork for Mrs. Turnage. bE
Surprise and Disgust at Clinton. of
The people of Clinton had a surprise al
ast Saturday when they read the of
harleston World and saw that James
['odd had been appointed postmaster. h4
t is a-case similar to the Prosperity w
ippointment. Todd is a white man h,
tnd native of Abbeville County, and s
npved to Clinton early in the summer ti<
mnd rented a store. He said his stock fa
>f goods would soon arrive, but it has ci
urned out that he was waiting for at
Yanamaker and his assistant Clarkson o
,o get in their little gane. 0
The people at Clinton are disgusted re
it the proceedings. Todd has been boy
ottedat his boarding house and the
linton people will have no intercourse i
vith him whatever. di
Y. M. C. A. NOTES. -s
The meeting last Sunday was ad- a:
ressed by Prof. Shott. c)
On next Sunday morning at 9.30 a F
:onsecration service lasting thirty h
ninutes, will be held in the associations
ooms. All Christian men are invited
:o attend. v:
The men's meeting Sunday afternoon g<
vill be conducted by the General See- ft
~etary. The subject of the talk will be n
'A middling man." A cordial wel- u
~ome to all men.T
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r SPORTSMEN AND EVERYBODY o
A Handsome lot of Breech-lohading tl
Jans, and a full assortment of Ammoni- I
ion, including Loaded Shells, Shot,.Pow. s
ler and Wads. Also a full line of General
Iardware. For sale at Rockbbottom u
rices, by PEOPLES& JOHNSON. ii
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Buy the Bay State Shoes from Minter c.
Jamieson. tf. ,t
Shooting Among the Negroes.
On Wednesday night, 16th inst.,
simps Harris shot Grubb Douglas in
he back with a pistol. Both of the c
arties are colored and were employed S
n the kitchen of Mr. 8. B. Jones' ~
estaurant. Harris claims that the P
hooting was accidental. He is in jail a
waiting the result of Douglas' wound, s
hich will probably not be fatal.
We Can and Do.
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it
as been fully demonstrated to the peo- N
>le of this country that it is superior to C
11 other preparations for blood diseases.
t is a positive cure for syphilitic poison-.
ng, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. ci
t purifies the whole system and
boroughly builds up the constitution.
it Belcher, Houseal & Kibler's.
A handsome Hanging Lamp is a
great addition to your parlor or
itting room. Robertson & Gilder
have a very superior line of same, t
which they are selling very cheap.
Come and look, you are not obliged
to buy if they don't suit you.
If you want fresh Currants, Raisins,
Citron, Figs, Nuts, goto Eddy Bros. tf.
Capt. V. E. McBee,
Superintendent Western North. Caro
lina Railroad, writes front Asheville,
N. C., that Pelhanm's Pectoral Syrup
for coughs and colds is the best mnedi
cine he has ever used for that purpose.
He says that he has been subject to
severe colds for many .years and that
the Pectoral cures him quicker than
any other medicine be has ever used.
Try it. 2.5 cents per bottle. What Capt.
McBee avers, every body testifies to.
Bucklen's Armnca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers Sail Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
all Skin Erupt,ions, and positively cures
SPiles or no pay reuired. It is guaranteed to
ive perfect satisfacion, or money refunded
Pce 25 cents per box. For .sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
The be::utiful October days with
tir delicious temperature are- draw
g rapidly to a tl')se. Let us iake the
ost of them before "tlh dreary No
Our deel symlpath:y is extended the
mily of (':mt. W. A. l'itts in the
-atit vest .eri.1y of his pret tv little lay
v 'iorly Mcl:toslh, of lip htheria.
he little f:llow was just beginning to
alk and was a bright and interesting
:aaster Robert Welch, of Pomnaria,
turned to his hoime last Monday after
pleasant visit to his uncle Dr. S. 0.
Mrs. T. P. Lane and her younger
ildren are on a vikit to Columbia.
Mrs. Ann 'Milligan has returned from
very pleasant visit to relatives in
harlotte, N. C.
Mrs. N. E. Oxner is on a visit to
er mother Mrs. Ann Milligan.
We had the pleasure ot 'naking the
quaintauce of a genial Charleston
entleman last Sunday-Mr. W. W.
ihite, Quartermaster of the Citadel
cademy. He caime to Newberry with
adet BLzhardt, who was sick and
eeded attenti.on. Mr. White was the
uest of his kinsman, Captain Nat
lazyck, during his brief visit.
We have had a bright little visit
-om MIiss Nina Smith, Master Willie
mith and Mr. Will Keith, of Chap
lls. The former came with MissBeulahi
reneker to attend the Teachers' Insti
ite. We hope these young people will
>me again soon and stay long enough
,r our young friends to call and make
ieir acquaintance. Mr. Keith and
[aster Smith came down to accompany
ie ladies on the return home.
The Newberry friends of Miss Esnie
ilda Boyle, the distinguished Mary
.nder and authoress, now abroad,
ill be_pleased to learn that she has re
>ered from recent illness and is now
Aite well. It is known to some of Miss
ovle's friends that she voluntarily
ie up her handsome and comfortable
:)me in Washington to meet demands
rainst her lamented father's estate.
fter the death of her mother, like
any other gentle yet heroic wo
en, she determined to leave society
id seek a retired home in the far West.
t her energy and talent were not
)rmant, and she soon began to realize
good income. On the death of an
ily and beloved sister which occurred
the early part of the year, Miss
ayle determined upon a trip to Eu
pe, and it was from Queenstown that
e yesterday heard from her in a wel
me and entertaining letter. Her visit
historic Ireland, the land of palaces
id castles; eathedrals and ideal ruins;
kes that are enchanting in their love
ess and scenery that is weird and
autiful, must have been inspiring to
ie of a poetic temperament so refined.
ore particularly must the association
id memories of the past have been
interest to this lady, as the soil upon
hich she stood covers the remains of
,r worthy ancestors, the O'Boyles,
hose prefix she has resumed, as it is
rs by right of inheritance. Miss Boyle
eaks pleasantly of her cordial recep
>n in the green land of her fore
thers. of the "monuments of its an
ent glory" and tenderly of its vener
ed names. She has stood at the tomb
Mrs. Hemans and the resting place
Dean Swift and Stella. and where
pose the remains of Charles Wolfe,
ho wrote the beautiful " Funeral
ote" that "gave in later days that
hich was lacking in the ceremonies
e at the grave, as an outward mark
a brave man.'" There is a vein of
dness between the lines of her bright
id cheerful letter because "sorrnw's
-own of sorrow" presses hard upon
ri's fair brow. The years must come,
:wever, when her centuries of sorrow
all have passed away forever!
Who that has had ante bellum ser
nts does not gratefully recall the
>d old nurse and the faithful, watch
i valet? We would be untrue to our
anhood did we not place a flower
pon the grave of good old uncle Sam
hompson, who was buried last Thurs
y afternoon. This old man was one
Ethe faithful slaves of the late Chief
ustice John Belton O'Neall, and be
eath his dark skin there beat a heart
iat had the instincts of the gentleman.
[e knew his place and was never pre
ining; ever polite and grateful, he
rved faithfully, and enjoyed the
nfidence of the white people for his
nfailing honesty and integrity. Hav
ig observed the golden rule, in the
ght that was before him,he died in the
hristian's peace. WVe mention this be
tse he was an honor and an example
A Duty to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use a
>mmon ordinary pill when they can
cure a valuable English one for the
me money. D)r. Acker's English
Is are a po.sitre cure for sick-head
he and all liver trouble. T1hey are
nall, sweet; easily taken and do not
-ip. Sold by Belcher, Houseal & Kib
r, opposite Postoffice.
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
ewberry? Wright & J. W. Coppock.
o and see them and be convinced. tf.
For a first-class Oyster Stew or Fry
1 at Jones' restaurant. tf
Bieautiful Assortment of Lamps!
At Pelhanm's Drug Store. Just re
ived. They are beauties. They are
ieap- They have the latest improve
nt in the Burners. They are large
id showy for the money. They afford
soft and exquisite light. They are
itly decorated. With or without
ades. Latest designs. Call and see
ienm and save money. Or do you
an t to save money? Call at Pelhami's.
M inter &Jamieson are opening up a
ililine Bay State Boots and Shoes,
zery pair guaranteed to give satisfac
Wright & J1. WV. Coppock are now
pning a superb line of Spring and
umer Glothing, selectd with special
.ire, which they will sell as low as the
west. No humbug about this. Giv4
2em a call or you may wish you
Evryone should see Wright & J. W
'oppock's Underwear before purchas
tg. It is as comfortable as ornamen
a. This is saying much, but 'tis true
Fresh Oysters ! Fresh Oysters !
First Oysters of the season will b<
erved at Jones' restaturant Satutrday
:1st inst. t f
Wright & J. WV. Coppock's line o
uts' Neckwvear is just awfully nice
Pamt is what the ladies say, i. e., th
,est looking ones. tf
The tran- itlon from long. lingering an
,ainful sickness to robust health mnark.s a
-poch in the health ot the individual. sue
Sremarkable event is t reasured in the meir
ry ahd the agcey whereby the good healt
ms been attained is grat.efully blessed. HIenc
iethat so much is heard in praise of Electr.
itters. so many feel they owe their reste
ation tohealth to the use of thle Gre:tt Al
.erattve Ton ic. I f you are troubled with an
lisease of Kidneys. Liver or stomach, of Ion
>r short standing you will surely nud] relie
yy use of Electrie liitters. schil at 50Oe.
yer bottle at Rtobertson & G3ildem's Dru
Their Business Booming.
Probb'y no one thing has caused such
eneral rival of trade at Robertson
iider's Drog store as their giving away t
Jhir customers of so many free trial bottli
,f Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumiptio
Their trade is simply enormous in this ver
valuable article from the tact that it alway
:ures and never disappoints. Coughs. Cold:
asthma, Bronchtisq, Croup, and all throat an
lung diseases quickly cured. You can test
before buying by getting a trial bottle fre
arge size $1. Every~bottle warranted.
NOTES F110111 EXCELSIOR.
The weather remains dry and dust2
and( nO rain yet.
Our school is getting on fine with al
increasing number of pupils.
Tile husV season of cotton picking i
over. Up to this time the farmers has
hal pretty weather for gatheringin th
Monday found some few of our fat
iers gathering in their potato croi
Glad to state tue "tater crop" turniu
Mr. James I). Kinard, of Newberr
College, spent Saturday and Sunda,
under the parental roof.
Mrs. Gritfin has been very ill wit
fever the past few days. Owing to
few cases of chills our community hs
been enjoying good health.
Prof. L. A. Hawkins and son, Bei
nie, paid a visit to this community o
Saturday in the interest of his mus.
house that he represents. The profess<
has many warim friends in this neigi
i borhood amongst whom he has plantt
a few "mnusic boxes."
Miiss Leila Nates spent Saturds
night with friends in Ridge Road con
Mr. J. F. Croner, "and mother,
Walton, spent Sunday night with ho
brother, Mr. J. T. P. Crosson and fan
Misses Callie Summer and Mar
Kinard, of Prosperity, spent Saturda
night in Ridge Road section, the gue
of Mr. Luther Kinard's family.
Work on the new railroad in th
community is progressing rapidly. TI
trestle force will finish up in a fe
days at their present place of work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crosson conten
plate moving to Mr. Geo. P. Gritiin
another year. Sorry to lose them frot
our community so soo9.
Mr. J. C. Singley is preparing to r
model his dining-room and join th
same to his dwelling for more convet
Last Wednesday being appointed A
liance day at Prosperity for the farme.
to sell their cotton. A good man,
from this community put in their al
pearance N ith a reasonable portion c
the staple. However, the sales durin
the day seemed to be dull, consequeni
ly, agood many of our farmers returne
home with their cotton to hold for
higher price. The Ailiance shoul
stick, however ! 93 cents a pound fa
cotton is some money to the farmer.
Mr. U. M. Jamieson of the firm c
Minter & Jamieson has just returnei
from the Northern markets where b
bought a large stock of Dry Good,
Clothing, Boot, Shoes, &c., that ar
now being opened and are ready fo
the inspection of the public. Giv
them a call. tf.
A car load of ice just received at tb
Ice Bouse. S. B. JONES, PROP. tf.
PosT OFFICE. NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertise
Oct. 22, 1889.
Agner. Miss IdelIa careLatimer, A. C.
of Waiter Suber. - Lester, Mrs. Catharin
Barringer. 3rs MarthaMays, 31rs. Emima
Barringer, Miss Annierldham, E. L.
Brown, Miss Alica Phillips, H. 1.
Buzbardt, 311n -.ie (2) Reeder. Mrs. E. J.
Cates, Miss Betty Rufr, Miss Lizer
Caldwell, Rev. B. Slider. T. B.
Caldwell, W. williams, J. C.
Davis, Rev. N. wiiliams, Jas1:er.
Davenport, Mrs. Ruth
Persons calling for the-e letters will plea
say tney were advertised.
E. S. HRRBERT, P. M.
This powder never varies. A marvel 4
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mol
economical than the ordinary kinds, aui
cannot be sold in competit,ion with the mu
titude low test, short weight alum or pho
phat power.Sold ony in cans. RoYA
BAKIG PoDERCo., 106 Wall St., N. Y.
Y prescribe and fully e'
dorse Big G as the on
cure. In specifi ar the certaincu:
esastiatue. Amsterdam, N.'
wrdenly bythe 'we have sold Big GI.
as ClaialCm. ven thesbes of sal
Ohio;- D. R. DTCH~E & CO..
eruas mars $1.00. Sold by Druggisi
W. E.- PE LHAY AGENT.
The large and beautift1 seLoc
AT THE BIG
To my Friends and Patrons of New
now situated in the City of Columbia
pared to give our friends and patrons
in this department can be foul
Henrietta Surabs, Mohair Stripes, ]
rietta, Flannel, Trricots, Ladies' Clot
line of lower grades of Dress Goods
sades. Vel vets, Vel veteens, P1lushe
match every shade and at prices w h
Our stock is. complete and all the lt
be found, in Handklerchiefs all .style
I cent to $1.00 in Ladies' and from~
F?ne Linen Handkerchiefs a speci
and( (4ents'. The largest line of Tiow.
Doylies in endless varieties and qt
bargains. We offer the best 10, 1
fTowel in the country. Thme 25 cent
-beat in size and quality.
e Silk Hatndkerchiefs and Mtuffiers
shades and in Plain, White and
Prices ranlging 25 cents to $4.00
Te HOSIERY and COF
"elargest stock ever shown in I
.Children's. We sell Dr. Warners<
h Coraline No. 222 and Abdominal Col
e sons Glov e Fitting ini all grades.
Corset cannot be beat and all pr
OUR SHOE DEPAR
SNever ini my experience has this s
plete as it is now. We buy direct ft
tories and in large qtuantities and by
ables us to-sell CH EA P. .I am offerii
Stock, Back and Front Lrogan ft
I Dress shoes iln Lace and Coigress fi
o A Fine Ladies' Shoe from $53.00 to
and up; all we a.sk is ani examination
Octol:er -.d, I!M9, at 1] a. i., by Rev.
W. J. La4tont, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. L. W. Floyd, of
Newierry, and 31'ss )la (lark, (1augih
ter of Dr. R. P. Clark, of Jalapa.
October 20, 1889, by Rev. J. C. Rho
den, Mr. Luther WV. Pridgen, and Miss
Melissa (Truber-all of Factoryville,
October 16, 1.0, by Rev. E. A. Win- I
gard, Ir. Gregg Strickland and Miss
Ophelia Lathrop, daughter of Mr.
Y Willis Lathrop-all of Columbia.
a Mrs. Lula Oxner, wife of Mr. J.
s Luther Oxner, and daughter of Hon.
D. B. Peurifoy, died at her home in
Edgefield county, on Thursday, 17th
instant, aged about 19 years.
C News has been received of the recent
r death of Mrs. E. T. Hodges, wife of
I- Rev. E. T. Hodges, at Sumter. Mrs.
d Hodges was a sister of the -.ate Gen.
.rt. W. Gary, of Edgefield.
In memory of little Jessie and Ger
trude, two year old and four year old
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Y Little Jessie departed this life on the
t 8th of September, 1889, and Gertrude
on the following Tuesday. Jessie was
s unusually bright and. attractive and
e had won the affection of all who knew
her. The writer of. this little sketch
will long remember the sweet baby
I- prattle and silvery laugh of little Jessie.
s Gertrude, the eldest, yet smallest of the
ai two, had been an invalid from her
birth, and though she would soon have
entered her fifth year, she had never
e been able to raise her little head from
its pillow nor speak a word to tell of
her suffering. The sweet spirits are re
leased from their spirits of clay, and are
gone to dwell with God their Saviour.
It was quite a blow to the fond parents,
but we trust that they will be able to
f feel that "theJudge of all the earth will
'Twas not in cruelty, not in wrath, the reaper
came that day;
'Twas a. angel vi,ited the green earth and
took your flowers away.
I A FRIEND.
IN PURSUANCE OF RESOLU
tions adopted by thu Trustees of the
NEwberry Academies and by the New
berry Board of Trade all citizens of the
town of Newberry are hereby requested
to assemble in the Opera House on
r Tuesday, 29t.h instant, at 7.30 p. m., to
consider the question of establishing
Graded Schools within the said town.
L. J. JONES,
President of Board of Trustees New
JOHN 0. PEOPLES,
President of Newberry Board o
w. B. . RIKARD,
\Yatchadk alnd Jwe1er,
Main Street, Newberry.
Also Agent for the Celebrated Estey
e Pianos and Organs.
I SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
STEAM AND WATER
PIPE AND FiTTING,
I WATER WHEELS
BRASS AND IRON,
SAWS, FILES, CASTINGS.
SA full stock of supplies, cheap and
- Belting, Packing and Oil at Bottom
SPrices, and in stock for prompt deliv
REPAIRS PROMPTLY DONE.
SFOUNiDRY, BOLER AND MACHINE WORKS,
ABOVE PASSENGER DEPOT.
--:M B"..T IS ?
:of Fine Goods, consisting of -DRT
3, H ATS and GENTS' FURNISHID
'berry Town and C6unty. I take this met
S. C. Having taken my Brother J. H. Ep
id Almia Cloth, - We have as I
tip Super, Hen- Half Hose, Wl
and a complete all kind. Fine
n all the leading nice.
Braids, etc., toNE
ich will astonish KW
[ENT. cnhandle frot t
.ts oete can always be:
s and prices from I Neckwear.
2cents to $.00.I -
ality for Lades' HA.
als, Napkins and Wehvm
antities at great Whave Beau
5, 20 and 25 cent CHEAP. We:
Towel cannot be Hats, in fine a
in all the latest
We still carr
to suit the tim
~adies' Misses and
elebrated Health is always coml
'sets, also Thomup- ing, Pillow Cr
R arnd H $1.00) Shirtings, Chi
ices in the sanme . prising the D)o
'I As time and
the great quan
rMENT. vitation to one
ock been aIs comX- we will make
mn the marnufac- patronage and
that means it en- goods and mior
ig a Solid, Whole ever otfered b2
>r 73 cent aNo 1. 0. N. T. Spool
'om $1.00 to $5.00. t he samte price
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 ofthread giver
of our stock. onadte
FIGS OF C:=A
virtues of p!a?.s !"_
and effective la -iQ
nently cure Hab -
pation, and the - .
pedn naw:: ...econdition of the
It is the most exceller.w re.
CLEANSE TH'E SYSTEY i FFzi;TWALLY
When one is l:iious or'_uo..:a".v,d
PIJRE BLOOD, :. eEE'H"O "vv .L-P
HEALTH and tSE'.TA
t\ATURA-LY F -LOW.
Every one is usin~;it at:d all
delighted with it.
M~E A UAC'S: .':7:L ,Y
CAUIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FR ANCISCO, CAL.
'UISYILLE, KY NEW YoRK N. Y.A-;
W. E. PELHAM, AGENT,
NEWBERRY, S. C,
1 ite of""~~
mostN oeneal sae-se
.lly on farming lands. Loan to ran
pve years. Terms reasonable. . ;
It i the o't xccl..-~ - =...~
40 CAR LA
E ARE PREPARED TO PAY
HIGHEST -CASH PRICES
FOR COTTON .SEED. .
W. Mf. LAN E.
J. EPPS BROWN.
r OFFICE AT FLOYD &PUR
LL-PERSO7NS - HOLIN
Everuny Coneis siners,~ allequred
mdesighed wit orbfet. efnd
CALIOREA B.I SYRUCo
---. . PEEHA, D'S-,
I?I ESEBERRO S
LEsNDyls nRa sat-se
40 CAR sLOAY
OS CLOTTONG BOOTS,
m. W. PSTAN.
te DresFSICErTs FnneD -an shiRo
entIll Acttntimo nyW
findegst ewherres Conty helc-h
hanot en olr and tuf o e Bohe
ofdeber. sues tHats thyma seeson
awedcrr an lree line ad ael the
annla meeding, Novebes. t
Tryd oepu and a wll haveds coer
it goods, CLOTInGd B OOTSin
hod alf itormihn n e CtandaltatIa
tnin beunwinte giving he este
any hos. WeretheAensfr.th
Cotto an yo can houe Undrweusa,
to Deehrs,mer. Send shrt ofr
neI cll sieciomp attention. W