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" ELBERT H. A TOR.
ELBERT AULL, Prpetors.
W . P. UII A r e
NEWBERRY, S. C,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889.
THE "I EPENDENTS'' IN FAVOR
W H THE ADMINISTRATION.
V. P. Clayton has been ap
inted postmaster at Columbia in
pjlce of W. H. Gibbes, removed. It
was somewhat a surprise to Columbia,
as the people there had about con
cluded that Maj. Gibbes, the present
incumbent, would be allowed to serve
out his term which expires next
FIebruary. Dr. Clayton is a native of
Columbia and has at different times
been allied with the Republicans,
Democrats and Greenbackers, and, says
the Register, "is a man of good parts
and unquestionably competent to full
fil the duties of the position to which
he has been appointed." Dr.-Clayton
at present claims to be an independent
a in politics.
W. W. Russell, another Independent,
has been appointed postmaster at An
derson in place of C. W. Webb, re
,nmoved. Russell was a candidate for a
bigger place, but was given this loaf,
and we suppose is satisfied.
The Independents seem to be grow
rng in favor with the administration.
Possibly Messrs. Harrison and Wana
maker think that the best way to build
up a respectable Republican party in
In the meantime the Newberry post
ofice hangs fire.
THE GRADED SCHOOL QUESTION.
The citizens meeting on Tuesday
night, called by the Board of Trade and
the Board of Trustees of the Newberry
Academies, to consider the question of
Graded Schools was not as largely at
tenaed as it might have been, or ought
to have been. Yet there was a fair at
tendance of representative citizens, and
the unanimity with which the pro
posed bill establishing graded schools
was adopted, we hope argues very little
opposition. It is a matter of great im
portance to the town of Newberry, and
we believe the adoption of a system of
graded schools for this town will be a
lang step forward in the march of pro
gress, and we hope to see very little, if
any, opposition to the measure when it
is submitted to,the voters of the town.
The proceedings of the meeting are
published elsewhere. The proposed
bill to be submitted to the next Gen
eral Assembly for passage-aud which
_ was considered on Tuesday night-was
published in The Herald and News
two weeks ago, and it zmet the -ap
-' proval of the citizens Tuesday night
with the exception of a few amend
men ts which will be seen from the pro
~-4--eedings of the meeting.
Every'progressive measure may be
expected to be met with some opposi
tion, but we feel sure the progressive
citizenship of the town of Newberry
will move forward in this matter and
adopt a system of graded schools with
sueb an overwhelming majority as
shall make the opponents of the meas
are, iv hre any, fall right into line
an iethe enterprise their hearty
The railroad commissioners have
taken action looking towards separate
coaches during fair week for whites
and blacks wishing to visit the State
fair. This will add very much to the
* comfort and pleasure of those who de
sire to visit Columbia during fair week.
The plan is to give each race equal ac
commodation but to keep them in
s. parate coaches..
Another very important thing re
commended by the commissioners has
in view the remedying of an evil al
mrost as bad as the promiscuous mixing
of the races, and that is that no disor
derly or intoxicated-person be allowed
to enter a coach occupied by ladies and
children.. So many persons take ad
vantage of these occasions in order to
have a spree that it had become very
unpleasant if not dangerous for ladies
and children to travel on the cars diur
ing the excursions to the fair. If men
will drink and be disorderly let them
have a car to themselves for the pur
pose, and let the ladies and children
who desire to attend the fair be assured
of at least.-a comparatively quiet-.and
--Police officers are suggested to assist
the conductors to enforce the regula
tion. It is a good idea, and we hope
the recommendation will be carried
ouit by the railroad authorities.
THE sTATE FAIR.
The State Fair will be held in Co
lumbia, beginning on Monday, 11th
November. There will be a large
crowd gathered there from all parts of
the State. We had hoped Newberry
county would enter the contest for the
prize offered for the best exhibit by any
County, but we believe no such steps
have been taken to have such exhibit,
and so far as we have seen only two or
three counties have entered this con
We hope to see many exhibits, how
ever, froin the individual farmers of
Newberry, and hope our people will
take interest in this matter. We have
one of the best counties in the State,
and we should take a pride' in letting
the outside world know something of
DEATH OF EX-GOVERNOR MANNING.
Ex-Governor John L. Manning died
at the home of his sor.-in-law, Mr. D.
R. Williams, Jr., at Camden, Tuesday
29th inst., aged 7.5 years.
' He was for many years in public life
serving in the capacity of representa
tive in both branches of the State
Legislature. He was a native of Clarena
don County and the son of Governor
Richard I. Manning.
He was elected Governor of South
Carolina in 18.52 and served one term.
His health has been failing for the past
year and his death was not unexpected.
Gen. John D. Kennedy, who has
been United States Consul at Shanghai,
China, since 188.5, has sent a cablegram
to Columbia stating that he is on his
We are in receipt of the Burrough's
Student, an educational monthly pub
lished at Conway, S. C. Mr. J. H.
Dysinger,' a former student of New
berry College, is the editor of the jour
nal, with Mr. F. A. Burroughs as local
A PAIR OF FAKIRS.
How They Carried on their Scheme of I
CHICAGO, October 25.-Algernon
Granville, Frank Gerrisli and E. H.
Clark are under arrest for most palpa
ble and extensive swindling.
Thousands of people were swindled.
Twelve years ago Granville and Clark
organized the Como Printing and
Publishing company and issued a
weekly paper named the People's Safe
guard. They offered prizes aggregating
$15;000 to persons who would forward
a small sum of money and a correct
guess of the numberof links in a watch
chain, a cut of which was published.
They had made about $10,000 when ar
rested, August28th last.
No prizes were paid, though hun
dreds guessed correctly. Postoffice In
spector Fleming found 300,000 letters
in their office. After being bailed out
the Imperial Printing and Engraving
company was organized. No paper was
published this time, but advertisements
were inserted in the pape,s all over the
country wanting a slick man in each
county to handle goods done up in
packages 1s., 5s. ana 10s.
Large gains were offered those will
ing to take big risks.
Those who sent money to buy the
packages received in return needles in
ones, fives and tens. The dupe, being a
self-implicated swindler, was afraid-to
C. N. & L. Railroad Bridge.
[Special to News and Courier.]
COtm'IA, October 24.-The Con
garee Construction Company has made
an arrangement with the South Caro
lina Railway managers by which the
track force of that railroad will lay the
track of the Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens Railroad on the one mile of
roadbed within the city limnits. The
steel rails and crossties are all in posi
tion and the work will be done
promptly and without ceremony. The
comp!etion of this mile will permit the
transfer of materials to Broad River for
the erection of the iron bridge across
that stream. The bridge building com
pany is already at work putting up the
temporary structure for the bridge and
the material for the permanent struc
ture will be used as soon as it arrives.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
This number, crowded from cover to
cover with pictures, stories, descriptive
and biographical articles, scientific lore,
poems and seasonable literary side
dishes, is a striking illustration of the
scope and fullness of the modern maga
zine. There is a leading article on "Our
American Fox-hunters," with spirited
sketches, including a view of the Elk
Ridge Club-house and hounds, of Balti
more; an account of the recently cele
brated "Vine-growers' Festival," at
Vevey, Switzerland; a paper on the
Crow Indians, by Lieutenant Chatfield,
U. S. A.; Typical Sketches of Venetian
Women, by Herbert Pierson; a charm
ing biographical and critical paper on
ofa thendosay Gordon, "the Laureate
ofthe minet by Prof. Douglas Sladen,
theemientAustralian poet and liter
ateur; "Sandy Hook,'' with its beacons,
signal-towers, life-saving stations and
yacht-races, by Henry Tyrrell; "The
-English Channel Ferry," with its dis
comforts and excitements, described by
an old voyager; and a timely account
of the Noveber meteors, by Arthur V.
Abbot. There are half a dozen excellent
short stories, -and' poms by Ella
Wheeler Wilcox, Albert Pike, F red
Emmuerson Brooks, .Douglas Sladen,
the late F. S. Saltus, and others.
WEDDING A PRINCE.
Miss Huntington Becomes a Princess and
Prince Hatafeldt's Creditors are Happy.
LONDON, Oct, 27.-Unless something
utterly unforseen interferes between
now and Monday morning, Prince
Francis Hatsfeldt will, on that day at
11 o'clock, lead Clara Huntington to
the altar in the Brompton Oratory, and
by making her Princess of Hatsfeldt
will secure enough American cash to
pay his extensive indebtedness in most
of the capitals of Europe. Only a few
people in London know of the date of
the wedding, and consequently the
number of bridal presents so far received
is somewhat limited.
In accordance with Mr. Collis Hunt
ington's wish, the wedding will be of a
very quiet and unpretentious nature,
though it will be held in a church
closely -associated with the tradition of
many a stately wedding. The bridal
dress which has been made in London
was only finished yesterday afternoon.
Both the prince and Miss Huntington
are in a final flutter of preparations.
The prince's mother, Princess Ga
brielle, arrived in London to-night with
her daughter, the Countess Daltheun
and the latter's husband. They will
attend the wedding on Monday, Count
Dalthaun acting as best man. The
prince's father had intended to come,
but was detained by illness at .Wies
baden. CountPaul Hatsfeldt, with his
wife, to whom he was recently re-mar- 1
ried, will also be present at the cere- 1
mony, and will give the wedding break
fast at the German Embassy.
The prince and his bride intend to I
leave for Italy, after which they go toJ
the Hatsfeldt castle of Schonotein on
the Rhine. Mr. Collis P. Huntington
will sail for America by the Teutonic
Wednesday. Mr. Huntington settlesJ
several million dollars of his vast,
wealth on the young couple, and has
purchased a palatial house for them in
New York city, at the corner of FifthI
avenue and Fifty-seventh street, which
they are to occupy after a few months
THE KEN4TUCKY FEUD.
The Town is Captured by the Outlaws.
LOUIsvILLE, Ky., Oct. 2.5.-The
T'imes correspondent telegraphed from
Pineville this afternoon as follows: At
Harlan Court House Wilson Howard
acomplished a sort of coup d'etat yes
trday. County Judge Lewis and his
posse of sixty men left Harlan court
ouse at 9 o'clock in the morning to
make another assault on Howard's
amp. Howard, anticipating this move
njent, had placed his followers in anm
>ush near the town. Lewis' posse passed
irectly through the ambuscade and
were not fired on. After they got be
ond their foes and were proceeding in1
he direction of where Howard's camp
was supposed to be, the Howard party
oved into the town and took posses
ion of the court house. They have
omplete control of the town, with 3
ickets stationed at all approaches. and -
he county judge and his followers
ave gone into camp outside of town.
t is believed that Judge Lewis will
edeavor~ to recapture .the court house
o-day and a bloody fight is expectedl.
Laying Out a New Town.
[Special to the World.]
UNIoN, Oct. 24.-Maj. D. A. Town
send, at torney for Mrs. M. A. E. Sartor.
and Col. John L. Young and Mr. J. C.
unter, went down to Fish Dan- last
week to lay off a new town on Mrs.
Sartor's farm. Colonel Young will sur
ey and run the streets. The Georgia e
arolina and Northern Railroad crosses t
he Spartanburg and Union at that t
oint; it is a splendid location for a -,
own. Several new stores have already a
R H AT WAS THIS NOISE?
L Mysterious Explosion Heard Over a
Distance of Thirty-Seven Miles in a
Greenvilleand Pickens Counties u
[Greenville News, 29th.]
In the News of Sunday was a brief n
Lecount, written from Looper's, in O
Pickens Couity, of a mysterious mid- b
tir explosion which startled the peo- sl
)le in that section on Thursday last h
ind was declared by old soldiers to be a
'just like a bombshell." From later
-eports from widely different sections
)f the county it would seem that the
xplosion is indeed a mystery and is
ausing numerous wild stories to go
loating around, one of them being
;hat a 400-horse power boiler at Pied- ti
nont , or Pelzer had exploded and had d
njured and killed, according to the 0
tories, from seven to thirty persons. 0
A News reporter yesterday saw a C
aumber of men from the county and
nearly every one the answer came
hat they had heard the explosion, but
L ad thought nothing of it at the time e
until reports of various kinds came to
their ears. Looper's is twenty miles
above this city and the News corres
pondent there says the noise was
heard about ten o'clock in the morn
ing.. A gentleman who lives at Hun- d
tersville, seventeen miles below here,
said that he heard the noise at the
iame time in the morning and several r
persons from t be same section corrob- t
rated his statement. Looper's and
Huntersville are thirty-seven miles
apart and the explosion was heard at
both places at the same time, which
goes to show that there is no telling
how far the noise *night have spread. r
Every one seen describes the report as s
resembling that of two blasts in rapid $
succession or the explosion of two
shells. The noise, however, when first
heard didl not appear to be in mid-air,
but sounded as if it was on the ground I
and then the sound gradually arose
into the air and was heard for fully a
minute until it died away in the dis- c
The gentleman from Huntersville i
said he thought the noise came from
the direction of Piedmont, below this
city, and the people;froni the upper see- c
tion of the county give the same re
port. One-gentlemen who lives seven
miles above and to the right of Looper's c
took the report to be a blast on the
Richmond and Danviile railroad,fifteen 2
miles from him, and still others who t
live near the railroad said the sound
was similar to the crash of two box e
ears. Manager French, at the Paris J
Mountain Hotel, heard the noise while
in one of the valleys on the mountain
and describes the sound as a 'whizzing o
one, like something passing through -
the air. t
Persons from the southwestern por
tion of the county did not hear any
noise and in this city no noise was
heard, or if there was, no one remem
bers having heard it. A number of per
sons who came to the city yesterday
inquired if there had not been a boiler
explosion at Pelzer or Piedmont, and
when answered in the negative were
nonplussed and almost believed the a
answer incredible. At points on the
Greenville and Laurens road the story of
a boiler explosion gained credence and
the impression is still out.
A strange thing about the mysterious
and unsolved explosion is that there
was no vibration of the earth, as is
usually the case, and no one can re
member having felt the least tremor of
The occurrence was unexplained yes- i
terday, some ascribing it to a njeteor, I
some to atmospheric disturbanoes and a
somne to other causes. The old-timer t~
told of the strange noises he had heard '
in the past and supposed. it was "the ,
samne thing"; the would-be scientific x
gentlemen attributed it to a variety of "
causes, but as yet the mystery remainsS
Alliance Day at Atlanta.
ATLANTA, Ga, October 24.-To day U
was Alliance day at the Piedmont Ex- ti
position, and there was the geatest
rowd at the Exposition ever known, aa
exceeding the attendance on the days a
given up to President Cleveland two t1
years ago and to Governor Hill a few d
days since. The Hon Evan Jones, of
Texas, president of the National Alli
ane and Laborers' Union. made the
principal speech. The Hon. L. L. Polk, si
>f North Carolina, the Hon L. N. Liv- a
ingston, president of the Georgia Alli- 2
we, and Governor Gordon, also made h
speeches. The introductions were made
by Henry W. Grady.
After the ceremony there was the
iouble wedding of Alliance couples. o
he brides and grooms were dressed in r
uits of cotton bagging. This was indi- S1
ative of the faith of the Alliance in e
otton as a covering isedof jue
Both couples will be given presents lc
yy exhibitors and merchants.- There
were present to-day besides the speakers
Inumber- of prominent Alliance men B
rom Texas and North Carolina, who
:ame with Messrs Jones and Polk. To- 64
norrow will also be given up to Alli-]
Verdict for a Dead Conductor's Wife.
(Special to News and Courier.]
CoUMBIA, Oct.25.-At seven o'clock
'his morning the jury in the case of
?rice vs. the Richmond & Danville
tailroad Company reported their agree
nent to the Court, and when Judge
orton reached the court room re- qe
urned a verdict of $6,974 damages for a
he plaintiff. Mrs. Price sued for $20,- 2
00 damages for the loss of her husband, it
conductor, by an accident on the Bi
ailroad, but the award made by the 2
ury was larger than was expected. It di
vas stated that the jury was hung for 01
o long a time by the negative vote of b2
L employee of the St.uth Carolina St
ailway Company, who was a memb~er
f the panel, and that but for his assist
ence the damages awarded would 13
ave been heavier. The railroad com- it
any will no doubt appeal to the Sn- C
A New Sam Jones.
DANVILLE, Va, October 24.-The P
own of Reidsville, N. C., is wild over -
Syoung pree.cher known as Bill Fife,
mtil recently a dissipated man about
own. He was converted a short time
ago and began to preach. His meeting
tas just closed with three hundred con- E
erts, many of whom are prominentE
'itizens. Mr. Fife is uneducated, but
s a powerful speaker and very much
ike Sam Jones in style. C
The Negro Mexican Scheine.
CITY OF MEXICO, VIA GALVESTON,
)ctober 24.-Mr. Ellis, one of the
romoters of the negro colonization
cheme, is here, try ing to excite interest S
n his plans. The Government will
>ermit t he establishment of one or two
egro colonies on the cost as an experi- *
et. As the climate is very sickly,
Lowever, it is probable that none of the
olonists could live there more than
wo years. I
Civil Service Examinations.
W~asirxGTox, Oct. 2.5.-Civil service
xaminations for 1891) will be held as
allows: Charleston, S. C., February 8
nd October 11; (Columbia, S. C., Febru- g<
ry 6 and October 21; Greenville, S. C.,
)tobr Ii. P
TReligious Processio,, in the Streets of
[Special to News and Courier.]
G AFFNEY, October 24.-The Holiness .
and marched down Main street to-dayU
inging and praising the Lord. When
he most public corner was reached
dey halted and several short sermons
ere preached. Zealous workers from
veral States are present and the crowd
Arrest of Lynchers in North Carolina.
RALEIGH, October 28.-About tw
,eeks ago one Barrier killed hi
tother-in-law at Lexington, N. C
ad on being captured he was lynchec
overnor Fowle urged Solicitor Lon
> discover the lynchers, and Lon
tade an afidavit before Judge Phillipi
a Which twenty of the lynchers hav
ren arrested and confined under
rong guard. Some of the ringleadeI
ave fled. Much excitement prevail
Money for Mr. Davis's Capture.
WAsHINGTON, Oct. 29.-First Comp
oiler of the Treasury Matthews tc
ay approved a draft for $293 in favo
f Honore Levernier, of Chicago, a par
SI$100,000 prize money offered for th
ipture of Jefferson Davis.
Levernier participated in the captur
s a member of Co. B. First Wisconsi:
olunteers. He recently made appli
tion for his share.
NEWS IN BEIEF.
Joel B. Morehead, worth three mi
on dollars, died in Philadelphia Fr
Chung Lee, a laundryman, was a
ested in Buffalo Friday for abductin
wo little white girls.
Farmers are hauling water six mil(
. the neighborhood ofFaribault, Mint
L distressing drought prevails.
A cave-in occurred at Archihak
ear Wilkesbarre, Pa., Friday. Nobod
ras killed. The mine- was damage
A New York syndicate has secure
ontrol of the C.~C. Washburn nillin
lant at Minneapolis. The propert
hanges hands in September, 1890.
The balance of profits on the receip1
f the Paris Exposition amounting I
bout 1,600,000 francs, will be divide
etween the state and city of Paris.
The Dunelen Phosphate C'ompan:
f Florida, has been organized at Ocal
rith a capital stock of $1,200,000. Ti
omnpany will develop 13,000,000 acr
f new phosphate land in Florida.
The relief work of the America
ational Red Cross Society in t1i
onemaugh Valley is ended an
Iiss Clara Barton, president, and he
orps of trained assistants, have le
ohnstown for their respective home
The World's Fair subscription boo
ad scarcely been opened in the'office <
)rexel, Morgan & Co., NewYork,wbe
bree large subscriptions were madi
'hey were those of Cornelius Vande:
ilt, $100,000, -(personal subscription
Tew York Central and Hudson Rivt
tailroad Company. $100,000, and tb
Vagner Place Car Company, $50,000.
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REPAIRS PROMPTLY DONE.
:IUNDRy, BOILER AND MACHINE WORKSJ
ABOVE PASSENGER DEPOT.
BHLDING AND LOAN STOCK
IFTEEN SHARES OF THE
New berry Building and Loan Stock
Apply to J. W. 31. Simmons, Secre
s tary and Treasurer.
I HAVE FITTED UP THE ROOM
over my Saloon and will on the
lst of November open a
t FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT.
Good cooking and all seasonable luxu
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COME AND BEE ME.
1LEY W. FANT.
And for the Democraey.
THE Sui believes that the campaign for
the election of a Democratic Congress?n l89(
I. and a Democratic President in 1892 should
begin on or about thefou th of next March,
TBE SUN will beon hand at the beginning
1, and until the end of the most interestiug
and Important political conflict since the
d war, doirg its honest utmost, as ever, tc
secure the triumph of the Democratic party
an the permanent supremacy of the prin
ciples held by Jefferson, Jackson. and Tilden,
d The great fact of the year is the return tc
g absolute power of the common enemy of all
good Democrats-the political organization
Y for whose overthrow THE SUN fought at the
front for fifteen years. the memorable years
of Grant and the Fraud Hayes, and Garfield
.s and Arthur.
o It is the same old enemy that Democrat
now confront, and he will be intrenched it
d the same strong position. It has been carried
once by brave and hopeful fighting. Do you
not believe with THE SUN Ihat the thing cat
7, be done again? Watt and see!
a The hope of the Democracy is in the loya
efforts of a united press, cherishing no mem.
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AST HMA CAN BE CURED.
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i E PPS'S COCO A.
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d the fine propert.ies c-Tlseecte Cocoa, Mr.
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t floating around ns ready to attacK wherever
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- tifled with pure blood and a properly
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labelled thus: .JAMES EPPS & CO.,
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SMASON & HAMLIN
SOROAN AND PIANO Co.
BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
s NE Conans afive octave. Nine
IStop Action, furnished in a
-l ODEL Ilarge and handsome case of
solid black walnut. Price
ORG AN,i $99 cash; also sold on the Easy
Hire System at*12.37 per quar
STYLE te *, for tea quart ers, when or
gan becomes properly of per
2244. sonl hiring.
1 1 TheMason & IIamlin
"Stringer,-> invented and
MASON patented by~ Mason & Hamlin
- i18.?, is used in the Mason &
& Hamlin pianos cxclusively.
ReLi j tmarkaoie refinement of
HALNtone and phenomenal
f capacity to stand in tune
PIANOS, characterize these instru
POPULAR STYLES ORGAN% At S22
-532.50, 56o, '878, $9G. A ND UP.
Organs and Pianos soldfor Cash, Easy
Payments and Rented. C,atalogucs free.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Elijah Leitzsey as Administrator, &c.,
of Henry Leitzsey, deceased, Plaintiff
vs. Beulah Leitzsey and others, De
Complaint to sell land to pay debts, &c.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING
.Lclaimns against the estate of Henry
Leitzsey, deceased, are required to
render in and establish the same before
p this Court on or before the 1.5th day of
November, 1889. J. B. FE LLERS,
J. P. N. C.
October 23d, 1889.
ALL ERONS ARE PROHIBI
te bro unting, cutting down
or taking timber of any kind or injur
ig property in any way on my lands.
All persons violating this notice will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the la.w.
BEN H. CLINE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY .OF NEWBERRY-IN
John':M. Kinard, as the Administrator,
I&c.', of the Estate of Jacob-Eschman,
-deceased, Plaintiff, vs. A!phus Eschi
man and others, Defendants.
Complaint to sell land Marshall Assets,
A LL PERSONS HOLDING
claims against the estate of Jacob
Eschman, deceased, are required to
render in and establish their respective
demands before this Court on or before
the 8th day of November, 1889.
J. B. FELLERS,
J. P.N. C.
October 16th, 1889.
With a dra
HEW, CUT and SL
out the Road for the
ERS to FOLLOW.
With the dust flying fro
horses' feet and at the POINT o
BAYONET we have removed
OBSTACLES and regardless of t
most bitter SARCASM,COLDNESS
and PREJUDICE we are to-day the
CHAMPION WARRIORSof HIGH
In the BATTLE the bravest
LEADER falls, but WE, OUR
SWORD reeking with BLOOD, keep
on, on in advance of them ALL.
PROTECTED by an all-wise PRO
VIDENCE, we heed no WARN
ING and fear no DANGER, over
come all OBSTACLES and climb
the most insurpassable mountain
WE ARE NOT RICH,
NO, NOT BY ANY MEANS.
HAVE WE OR SHALL WE ever
CHAMPION THE CAUSE
for our own advantage, 'but only to
PROTECT YOU-YOU .
THE POPULATION of NEW
BERRY and surrounding County,
WHITE OR BLACK without dis
HERE WE ARE AGAIN
waving the BANNER of LOW
PRICES THE SAVER of MONEY,
GOLD and SILVER in your very
It is for YOU TO judge whether
you will be-benefited by US OR
NOT. A GLANCE AT OUR
GOODS, THE WHISPER of the
PRICE will CONVINCE YOU that
NEW YORK'S GREATEST BAR
GAIN COUNTER is EXHIBITED
at OUR PLACE, and awaiting the
most SCEPTICAL EXAMINA
TION. OUR STOCK of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, GENTS'
GLASSWARE and GROCERIES
consists of GENUINE BARGAINS.
In all your trading experience
you NEVER HAD SUCH A
CHANCE to get fixed for WINTER
at such LOW PRICES. WE ARE
IN NEED OF MONEY and have
put PRICES DOWVN right at the
start, where they are BOUND TO
WIN. We don't ask you to take
OUR WORD, but let the GOODS
spdak for us. COME and SEE
them. IN EVERY INSTANCE
you will be treated with COUR
TESY and KIND CONSIDERA
TION whether YOU BUY OR NOT.
STATE OF CAROLINA
COU' OF NEWBERRY-IN
'T OF PROBATE.
Mary Emma Lake as Administratrix,
&c., of Thomas M. Lake,. deceased,
Marvin Lake and others, Defendants.
Complaint to seillland to aid personalty
in payiment of debts, &c., &c.
B Y VIRTUE OF THE DECRETAL
order herein, dated 2nd October,
1889, all persons holding demands of
any character whatsoever against the
estate of Thomas M. Lake, deceased,
are required to render and establish
before me in this action in - this Court
the respective demands against said
estate, on or before the 24th day of
October instant. J. B. FELLERS,
J. P. N. C.
New berry, S. C , October 3d, 1889.
Probate Judge's Sales
THE STATE OF-SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE
-IN PROBATE COURT.
P. L. McCelvy, as Administrator, cum
testamnento annezo, of the will of
Carolina V. Mars, -leceased, Plaintiff
against Wmn. D. Mars, E. E. MeCelvy,
et al, Defendants.
Complaint for sale of land to pay debts.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry, at Newberry Court House,
on Safeday in November, next, for the
payment of debts the following de
scribed real estate, belonging of Caro
line V. Mars, deceased, to wit: All
that tract or parcel of land situated in
the County of Newberry, of said State.
containing~ two hu'ndred and sixty (260)
acres, more or less, bounded by the
lands of S. and G. Turnipseed, N. C.
Cadwell, J. Wilkins and others.
Terms of sale: Oae half cash, the
balance on a credit of twelve months,
with interest from day of sale, secured
by bond of purchaser and a mortgage
of the property. Purchaser to pay for
papers. J. FUL LER LYON,
Judge Probate Court.
Oct. 7, 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COURT OF PROBATE.
Mary Emma Lake as administratrix.
&c., o,f Thomas M. Lake, deceased,
and in her own right, Plaintiff.
Marvin Lake and others, Defendants.
Complaint to sell land to aid personalty
in payment of debts, &c., &c.
B Y VIRTUE OF THE DECRE
tal order of the Probate Court for
the County and( State aforesaid, dated
2d October, 1889, I will sell at Newberry
Court House, S. C., on the first Monday
in November next, the following real
estate belonging to Thomas M. Lake,
deceased, to wit: The "Cald well Place,"
containing one hundred and ninety
acres more or less, bounded by lands of
Mrs. Mary Eimma Lake, Mrs. Texanna
Suber, Alexander C. Welch and others,
and "The River Place," containingone
hundred and fifty acres more or less,
bounded, by lands of Frederick S.
Paysinger, William Langford ' and
others. Plats to be exhibited on day
of sale. on the following terms to wit:
One-tird of the purchase money to be
paid in cash, and the balance on a
credit of 12 months with interest from
day of sale-to be secured by bond of
purchaser and mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to have privilege
of paying his entire bid in cash-and
to pay for papers.
J. B. FELLERS.
J. P. N. C.
Second day of October, 1889, New
latest styles in ch
dozen Crushers (soft ha
each. To those seeking
FASHIONABLE CUT CLOTHING AN
we will state that we lead all others,
the public to inspect our stock. Th
favors~and asking for a continuance of the same,
We remain your, &c.,
SMITH & WEAR
The Newberry Oloth:L
W"Mr. Chesley H. Cannon and Mr. Bachma
will be pleased to see their many friends.
NO MIDDLE MEN IN 0
With the cold cash we deal direct with manufac
exact the most that the potent dollar can squeeze ou
in all dealings save our customers the 25 per ce
The problem with us is not how much profit we
but how many goods we can sell, and how close
We levy only the smallest living commission a
the prices for first-class goods down. where they ne
before in the market of old fogyism and big profits.
We are Ready for the Fall Tra
Come when you will and you will find us busy
Slow business and dead methods are not tot
Everything around us is on the move.
We have the largest stock of fall goods in town,
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, 8ilfgs8t1LTilING9
in fact everything that is to be fouind in a first-cla
most polite attention shown to every one.
, ACRESLAND FOR SALE n m
JNNEWBERRY COUNTY, 300 iAf~ g~jy
ace erVaughanville, and 900 i
acres near homestead of the late John
Hopkins Williams ; land now owned
by non-residents who desire to change
the investment. For sale for eash or
on long time, for anything like a fair .OF MY NEW
Wy. A. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Law,
Greenville, S. C., or call at the office of M Af
J. K. P. Goggans, Esq., Newberry, IM U IW
JOHN F. SPECKCOHN
Watchmaker a,ndl Jeweler5' FOR
W OULD RESPECTFULLY IN
from my old friends and the pub- El TAT
lie generally that'I have returned to I~~~I~'l Ni "
New berry and opened a"
WATCH, CLOCK ANDE,strsstlsadmksginyo
- JEWELRY REPAIRING i e r s ehacff aselenin thoef an s
business and will be pleased to see my tdoets dd n tDt e asOU 2
old customers and as many new ones as s'ih s.N HOf workingsi ar
will fatvor me with their patronage. especially desirable, by reason of their cosn.
My facilities for doing first-class work forteat an sound qualty anselos,. .
is unsurpassed, as I I.ave the latest and speciaaain to the fact, dmnIr~S
most improved machinery and tools. thsmsa emaesrnaah
Key Wtinding Watches changed to stut a et th ny wa tv ol
Stem Winders. Fine and complicsted th an fa tewioeial okn
Watch, Clock jand Jewelry work a sut a offreed the best goods lnhin ,
specialty.not let these facts esca yon. and when auo
Satisfaction Guaranteed. &" * lvem-che*p?u''s'a ow1g
I can be found at Messrs. Gary, Cook chased.
& Carwile's Store. e -
JOHN F. SPECK. .Dllsess U1t
-are a specialtfwith me. The true euela
of a business demands that it ajr'
FOR SALE. quauty of goods that wil pre s~lebo
an ear resistin~ that the patternsaLe
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AND smetinghsutabfe or oe oren ie;nht
an acre lot in the town of Helena cofotable and the price low eog o~
will be sold cheap. For .terms, etc., man not to feel ifraid to wear bdte
ap ply at the office of The Herald and where there is dus or dirt aradtfeo
New- cuiSacks and Cutaways, anainaUmim~.
of domestic and Imported goods,
must be seen to be appreciated.
POST OFFICE DRESS SUT
I have not got* the Post Office yet, cnsist of Double Breasfed Froek
but I did buy some goods whilemi New Sin gle Breasted Frock Suits and uswi
York, which I will sell very low, such a iei Wortedcrkerw
s Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods. To- a$ngg o DgU uhe wat
acco and Cigars. Can't be beat. In a suit that Is of Indifferent style, Inov.
0 cakes Colgate'is Soap for 25 eents. qult or ill inga Onaohe re.asona -
Watches cheap. Coats' Spool Cotton. thtthey do not feel atom I nd the
CALL AND SEE ME. mind i, tospa, constan 4y
reason for thscondtion of thjngs, afteraM4
J. S. RUSSELL. theso exeince inesea"a- ~
tht oare msde inthe bes se of talors' art
wear. Bsure yustish stc befrma.
ing your Fall purchases. It Is -eady for your
-~ . L. KINAkD,
Columbia, 8. C.
(~. - - GYNECOLOGY.
~VJiJ1i!- WILL CURE THE DISEAS~
,- t o men in those who may apply
life, and those in married and virgin'
J .'1111i1D , 11I | 9DD for more than twenty years, all can b*
cured, and the patients restored tog
JeWelry, Clock8, health in a few mionths.
SILVER PLATED WARE,P.B FF,.D. -
ocket and Ta al Cutlery, TO ALL CONCERNED~
ILUSIML INSTRUIRNTB. Ass-oce Newbenry Stoc
WatchReparng award and.settle
atch eparng aSpecialty lay.
Newberr'y, s. C. 11 Sept. 10, 1889.