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TE CARS FOR THE RACES.
terday's News and Courier con
ned the following gratifying intelli
It is now an assured fact that the
Richmond and Danville Road will run
.. separate coaches for whites and blacks
Drug on all their excursion trains to and from
the Fair. This regulation shows a very
I obliging spirit on the part of the rail
Appointed. road authorities, and no doubt many
hardson on' onday ap- ladies will in consequence come to the
ce C. Cromer Audi- f Fair who could not otherwise have
County, to fill out the attended. The plan proposed is to open
of Mr. W. W. Houseal, only two coaches at a time while trains
was recommended by are being boarded, so that the con
d Representatives from ductors may easily direct the separate
r. Cromer is a young races to their separate cars.
of Geo. B. Cromer, Esq , With separate coaches for the races,
doubt will make an the regular passenger trains from Green
ville and Laurens and the special train
from Hodges, everybody will have a
nr Bell* more comfortable trip than at any pre
vious State Fair.
. Dright, of New berry, WHERE TO GET BREAKFAST, DINNER
Day., of Hollins, Va., OR SUPPER.
marriage on Tuesday,
hey arrived in New- Every day during Fair Week the la
from Virginia. dies of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of
the residence of Capt. Columbia will furnish breakfast, dinner
Dr. W. G. Houseal and and supper in the east end of the old
'ght will be married. Fair Building. Barbecued meats will
and News extends its be served daily in addition to such sub
and wishes both the stantials as turkey, ham, etc., together
happy and prosperous with the extras-ice cream, oysters and
other delicacies-at moderate prices.
WHERE TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS.
Weds an Alabama Girl. Epstin Bros. have opened a fine line
m Daily News of Oc- of dry goods and notions under the
the following mention Hotel Jerome, and they will be pleased
of Mr. R. Simeon to have their Newberry friends call to
berrian: see them during Fair Week. Their big
eight 'clock, at the advertisement appears in The Herald
de's fathe Mr. John and News, and you will find it to your
Copeland nited Mr. interest to give it a careful reading and
d Miss Be O'Hara call upon them at the "Big E Store"
Only a few intl ate while in Columbia. They'll be glad to
nt, but it was qui a see you. Mr. M. S. Epstin, the senior
The bride is beau i the house, will give a special
m manly. All wish welco m r old acquain e saae' o
prity and unlimited THE CLOTHIG EMPOB_UM 1o i
Of M. L. Kinard, on Main street, is at
- always headquarters for Newberry folk. I
Don't fail to see his immense stock of Mi
my Office and Harness clothing, all of the latest style and pat- Tene
doors from Post- tern,n al at prices to suit the times. His
JOHN P. FANT' He certainly has a fine line of gents, glad
furnishing goods. There also you will not 1
ero r find M1r. Scott Ellesor, who will always MI
r advantage to buy be glad to see his Newberry friends, perit
at Wright's Book Stewards eetig- cha
- tf Stewards of the Newberry Methodist that
Shop. Circuit will meet at the Methodist .Mi
y Re pir Shop from porsonage at New berry on Wednesday visit
Fren'atreet, to Mr. 13th, 10 a. m. at L
l's undertaking eshb- A. J. KhILGORE, Co
ce Street. I will giveChin- Co
pairing Furniture of . and
t Machine-y. Uphol- ' Why Go Hungry News
handsome style. All When you can go to Sam Jones' here
H. P. RIVES, restaurant and have served you Birds Mi
- ---- on Toast, Sausage, Steak, Ham and burg
ASaoien Eggs and Norfolk Oyslra in all styles day.
s the programme for for a moderate cost. Polite andM
-perit y on Saturday, prompt attention to all. From 5 to 10 hav
minutes is all that is required to serve visit
Hygiene --Mrs. Jane a meal in. Give me a call. tf. M
mient- Prof. E. J- Newberry Female Academy. ho
ugh Fractions-Prof. There has been a slight change in burg
the faculty of the New berry Female C.
in the county is r- Academy. Miss Fannie Hodges, who in t<
efficiently filled the pstion of first as-.
sistant teacher in this school, has re
signed and will go to Sumter to live L..
eat and Oat Meal at with her brother, the Rev. E. T. duri
tf Hodges. Miss Allie Cozby, who has
been second assistant, was promoted to
ant's for your Buggoies,I thbe position made vacant by Miss Ci
d L.ap Robes. tf IHodges' resignation, and Miss Malhie visit
I Wheeler elected to fill Miss Cozby's prait
e Postoffee. Iplace. Miss Wheeler is a daughter of pIe
rt as ove hi Ha-1our townsman, D. B. Wheeler, and a prog
rt hs moed is Hr- raduate of Hagerstown Female Semi- was
r t th potf e.nary, Hagerstown, Md. She is well othe
teducated and accomplished and no dica
ty Commissioners, doubt will fill the position acceptably he r
to' the patrons. the,
ommissioners at their __________$10,(
esday, recommended Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in take
for the next fiscal Newberry? Wright & J. W. Cop k. T. C
for ordinary County Go and see them and be convinc4 tf. and
ilds of th'e C. N. and I o atanc ug n ir
before them and the ns
te about the railroad g oJh .Pn',todoset
blie highways was allfrmPsofc.Iwl e yutebt A
or rather it is thoughtWaofothlesnouy tf wh
mmUissionlers will meet di
h inst. Eeyn hudseWih J V dt
ine gathered from one tl hsi aigmc,bt'i re
er aereLs Linety-five oft
bus e. . The cultivation and Mitr&Jmeoaeopngupate
gathering cost him only $10.25S. And fl ieBy~tt ot n he,t
yet some people say there is no moneyeerpirgantdtoivstsacmt
infaagg.ton frtelatmny tf. ta
Supree Cort lcsEveryoneI~ sof l piee godsigrt va. - ei
Sarh E T.Chik, xectri. ~ita. Sits msaden touche, fit andfishue M
Loia .J.Frre l.Jdget e gaatedtobusassed ofk~ Mi
low odiied nU a~~erenaiid t Mttecry of youreson ropeti for onc fre
McvenfulblA.J an ma tte uts.n hos y
Yourywillrfguaraoheed toFgit'sshtidfa the
qu aremfoi ugs,Wg on. Wh ion. tf.e e te
an uLp.Roee tor Decisfoms.h es av nth ol o Ct.Srs
PStorahcE.. Cik xc trix vs ie les StRem eerSrs e
tlow mhdppdiHands, hilslainsmaores an
Meteorological Record for 0ctober, 1SS9 Plso opt eurd ti urnedt
Mean temperature, tri-daily, Prc61.et7erb. orsl y oet
Mean maximum, 71. 41&Gie.
Mean minimum, .
Mean daily range,:?1.9. Wih .W opc r o
Highest on the 1st, 83; lowest on theopngasuebleofSrgad
8th and 9th, 35; greatest daily range on Sme ltig eetdwt pca
the 9th, 3'2; least daily range on the cr,wihte ilsl slwa h
26th, 5; monthly range. 4S. lws.N ubgaotti.Gv l
Clear days, 16; fair (lays, 10; cloudythmacloryu aywsyo
days, 5. hd f
Prevailing wind, West.
Thunder clouds on the 22nd and 26th.
Frost on the 7th. Sth, 9t h, 10 th, 11ith,re
15th, 16th, 17th, 2.5th, 29mh, and 30th.
Rainfall .93 inebes: rainfall October Ahnsm agn api
1888, 4.51 inches; deficiency for October
1859, 3.58 inches.
Rainfall 10 months, 1889, 41.31 F
inches; rainfall 10 months, 1888, 60.83
inches; deficiency for 10 mionths, 1889,a retdiiotoyuprlrr
18S9, was 2.9 higher than October, 1888.
The lowest in October, 1888, was 42;a
Number of das in whieb .01 inch or itn rom Rbtsn&Gle
more of rain fell, 3.
'W. G. PETERSON, Observer.
NEvmber 1st, 1889. *o
A4 Healthy Growth.
Aoker's Blood Elixir has gained ahveaers
firm hold on the A merican people and dpro ieo ae
is acknowledged to be superior to all
other peatons. It is a positive cure
for al loand Skin Diseases. The wihte r eln eycep
mnedical frateriiity mndorse and prescribe oi
~ble, so by Beleber sr
.W. Coppock's line of
eris just awfully nice.
toethedyeofsyor,own.prphettfo nc fro
and t marki they esu t suituou
g of the
ion will be
nor Hall to
y on hand.
ox will preach in
ptist Church next
ing at 11 o'clock. The
.C. P. Scott well be absent
re will be several days meeting
unon Creek Church with com
nion on Sabbath, beginning on
Friday before the third Sabbath in this
month. The pastor expects the as
sistance of Rev. J. S. Moffatt of
President Harrison has issued a pro
clamation appointing Thursday, No
vember28, as a day of National Tuanks
Rev. T. H. Law, the agent of the
American Bible Society, will preach in
the Lutheran church next Sunday
night and speak in the interest of his
work. The public is cordially invited
to be present on this occasion.
The time for the collection of town
taxes will expire on the 15th of this
month. There will be no extension of
the time so govern yourself accordingly.
Very few persons have paid so far.
Mr. Ed. R. Hipp, of Pomaria, gave
his baby an overdose of arsenic on Mon
day by mistake. It made the child
quite sick, but she has recovered now.
Mr. W. H. Blease killed a hog last
week that showed a remarkable in
crease in weight. It weighed 65pounds
when put up to be fattened and in
three weeks increased to 140 pounds,
making a gain of 75 pounds. Its net
weight was 101 pounds.
Mr. Iley W. Fant has a very neat
restaurant over his saloon where you
can be served with all the good things
you wish. He opened last week and
gave a supper to many of his friends.
Mr. T. G. Williams has opened a
new grocery store on Main Street,
where he will be pleased to see his
friends. See his ad. in this issue.
All sorts of Lamps. All sizes of
Lamps. Lamps of all prices are to be
found at Pelham's Drug Store. We
guarantee to sell the best and lowest
priced Lamps in Newberry. Call and
examine them. Hall and Hanging,
Stand and Hand Lamps. Lamps in
Brass, Lamps in Glass.
>e. The best burning fluid made,
free of odor and very cheap at Pel
ham's Drug Store. tf.
Mrs. H. C. Barre,of Greenville, is on
a visit to Newberry.
. Mr . Mrd . Y M A.rat ed
ist Friday from their Northern
.nd at present are with Dr. Clark and
John I. Houseal of Memphis, wee
is spending several days here. pos
many friends in Newberry are
to see him once more. He has E<
een here before in fifteen years. stocl
Matthew H. Boozer, of Pros- Ran
,y, was in town Saturday on his
to Greenwood, where he will take
ge of Harrelson Academy, near,
as Kittie Jones, of Newberry, is Bla:
ng her brother, Ira B. Jones, Esq.,
. W. W. Calmes, of Noxubee Pe
ity, Miss., is on a visiit to fiiends rI
relatives in Newberry. He left
berry in 1857, and this is first visit
since he left. .ntF
. J. B. O'N. Holloway, of Orange-co
County, was in the city on Mon
s. Glenn and Miss Lizzie Glenn B
returned to Newberry from a H
to Laurens County- lina
s. Elizabeth Barre returned to her -0
e in Lexington on Tuesday. G
. David Johnson, Jr., of Spartan- D
, was in town on Tuesday.
M. Efird, Esq., of Lexington, was
. WV. G. Childs, of the C. N. and P
. R, spent several days in town T
ng the week. the
Newberrians at St. Matthews. the
~pt. Pifer has just returned from a the
to St. Matthews and is loud in his tea<
e of that town. He says the peo- con1
re intelligent and hospitable and COu
ressive. While he was there cotton
bringing as high a price as at any
r place in the State. As an in
ion of the prosperity of the place G
entions that the capital stock of and
it. Matthew's Bank was increased
30 in one day. The stock was all
n by citizens of the place. Dr. W. T:
Bates is nresident of the bank, for
Mr.J.;W. Zimmerman, (nephew of 15tI
ownsman, Mr. John 0. Peoples,) roul
ier. These gentlemen possess the thr
e confidence of the community. onl,
newspaper was just about starting mu<
rn Capt. Pifer was there, and the pait
e-the merchants especially-are pay
g all in their power to help the not
r man in his efforts. That's the you
to do it. you
hile there Capt. Pifer met DeLisle beft
yck and Dr. Thomas Bates. Both
ese gentlemen are doing well, and
- many friends in Newberry Coun- Not
ill be glad to learn that no two dys
stand higher among their fellows are
Mr. Mazyck and Dr. Bates. of]I
New Goods. sold
. 0. M. Jamieson of the firm of
er & Jamieson has just returned A
the Northern markets where he Eng
ht a large stock of Dry Goods, can
ing, Boot, Shoes, &c., that areyo
being opened and are ready for fast
inspection of the public. Give pre,
1 a call. tf- cure
Blush of Roses. j
hat is it? A certain cure for E.
iseases of the skin. It will sag
ove Blackheads, Pimples, eqn
ekies, Tan and Sunburn.
at Robertson & Gilder's
ner Drug Store.
A Child Killed.
nother child killed by the use of
tes given in the form of soothing
p. Why mothers give their child
such deadly poison is surprising
n they can relieve the child of itsT
aliar troubles by using Acker's e
y Soother. It contains no Opium ca
rhn.Sold by Belcher, Houseal
t Monday was a bright an(
utiful day after the lowering cloud:
f the morning had cleared away, bu
the crowd in Newberry was not a:
large as we usually have on Saleday a
this season of the year. A good deal o
land was sold at very good prices
Everything passed off quietly amc
Below we give the sales.
BY THE MASTER.
In case of Wrn. A. Chalmers et al.
adm'rs, vs. Jane A. Chalmers et al.
Tract No. 1, containing 14.5 acres, t
Mrs. Jane A. Chalmers, at $2,400
Tract No. 2, containing 140 acres, t
Mrs. Jane A. Chalmers, at $1,430
Tract No. 3, containing 139 acres, t
Mrs. Jane A. Chalmers, at $1,420 ; th
Buzzard Field Tract, cont ting 26 acres
to Thomas and Aaron Wilson, at $16?
In the case of The Frick Compan;
vs. James H. Dennis et al : Tract No
1. containing 102 acres to Geo. G. D
Walt,at $1,0.50 ; Tract No. 2, contain
ing 126 acres, to Geo. S. Mower, a
In the case of Jas. M. H. Ruff, ex'or
vs. Henry Stone et al: 84 acres to Get
G. DeWalt, at$510.
In the case of Win. A. Chalmers et al
vs. Jane A. Chalmers et al: The Sloar
place, containing 191. acres, to Lewi
Boyd, at $2,525.
In the case of Cynthia Mower v_
Mary Ann E. Senn et al.: 154 acres. t<
Mrs. Cynthia Mower, at .800.
In the case of Mary E. Gilliam v
Wm. B. Aull, et al.: Tract No. 1, con
taining 3.5 26-100 acres, to J..N. Martin
at $915.75; Tract No. 2, containing 31
acres to J. N. Martin, at $875.
In the case of E. P. Chalmers. ('lerk
vs. Wistar Swindler et al.: 117 acres
to Lambert W. Jones, at $275.
In the case of Joseph Brown vs
Spencer P. Baird: 109 acres, to Josepl
Brown, at $500.
BY THE PROBATE JU DGE.
In the case of P. L. McCelvy, adm'r
vs. Wm. D. Mars et al.: 200 acres t<
Thos. W. Hutchinson and Juo. A. Cro
mer, at $1,010.
In the case of Mary Emma Lake
adm'x, vs. Marvin Lake, et al.: Th4
"River Place," containing 150 acres, t
Jas. K. P. Goggans, at $1,580.
The trustees of the Methodist Circui
sold the Circuit Parsonage, on Bounda
ry Street, Newberry, for$1.430-bough
by the trustees of the Newberry Cir
cuit. The circuit is to be divided int<
Newberry and Prosperity circuits, an<
this joint property was sold for divisioi
of the proceeds.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Mr. J. H. Chappell conduct2d th<
services in the rooms last Sabbath af
ternoon, and made a very earnest tall
to Christian young men, citing to then
the life of Dorcas and her pious labor.
Rev. C. P. Scott and General Secre
tary Nicholas leave on Friday fo
Greenwood, to attend the District Con
Don't forget the young inen's meet
' k of Prayer for Young Mei
Young Men-C -- Associa
i, to have been observed during
k beginning on the 10th, has been of
poned one wrek. J. T. N. mi
Idy Bros. have opened .up a new ah
k of Family Groceries, Confection- ch
5, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., at th
lage's old stand. Give them a call.
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made."
u save money by buying your in<
ik Books at "The Book Store." tf to
emember that Wright & J. W. Cop m<
t give a discount of ten per cent- at
1 regular prices on all cash sales. tf- th
>r the benefit of teachers and others H
rested in the public schools of our L
>ty, I publish again a list of text tb
rs to be used, commencing with s
(all ses,ion: -
eaders-A ppleton's series.m
istories-Davidson's South Caro
and Barnes' series,.s
ramimars-Reed & Kellogg's. o
peller-Swinton's Series. h
bysiology and Hygiene-Smith. th
he different series were adopted by "'
County Board Septem ber 26th1889. re]
be State Board of Education wish wl
same books used in each schoA1 of *rei
same county, and therefore all ax
:hers in Newberry County should en
form to the list adopted by the Pi
o to Eddy Bros., for A pple Vinegar th
Collection of Taxes. th
be treasurer has had his books open ra
the collection of taxes since the so
October. Mr. Wheeler in his
ads of the county wrote only about c
~e hundred receipts and collected d
,' ab,out $1,500 for all purp)oses, a
yh less proportion than is usually
i on these rounds. The people are D)
ing very slowly. The time will
be out until tbe 15th December. If sh
desire to avoid the rush and pay ag
r ta:;es quietly, now is the time t
>re thie rush begins. Di
Is Life Worth Living ?
;if you go through the world a hc
peptic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
a positive cure f.or the worst forms
)yspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency gc
Constipation. Guaranteed and
Iby Belcher, Houseal & Kibler. qu
Guard Against the Strike.
nd always have a bottle of Acker's
~lish Remedy in the house. You se
not tell how soon Croup may strike Y0
r little one, or a cold or cough may
en itself upon you. One dose is a Se
rentive and a few .doses a positive
~. Alf Throat and Lung troubles
d to its treatment. A .sample bottle
;iven you free and the Remedy
ranteed by Belcher, Houseal & bil
A Sound Legal Opinion.
Bainbridlge Mnnday, Esq., County A tty.
- 'o.. Tex. says: "Have used Electric
ers with most happy results. My brother
was very low with Malarial Fever and ur
idice, but was cored by timely use of this
icine. Am sat.isfied Electric Bitters hi
:d his life."
-b. L. wilcox. of Horse (Cave. Ky., adds
:e testimony, saying: He positively beN
ed he would have uied, had it not been in
Electric Bi' ters.
is great ruedy will ward off, as well 'as I
I all Malaria Diseases, and for all Kidney
ir aud Stomach Disorders stands un
tied. Price 50c. and $1. at Robertsou at
Absolutely Pure. t
als powder never varies. A marvel of
ity, strength and wholesomeness. More
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and
not be sold in competition with the mul- n
de low test, short weight alum or phos- a
te powder. Sold only in cans. ROYAL
'resents in the most elegant form H
e xTEaLAXATIVEANO NUTRITIOUS IU1E
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
yCombined with the medicinal
- vituesof plants known to be
- ot beeiilt h ua
system, forming an agreeabl
-, nnl ueHabitual Consti
-pation, and the many ills de- H
pending on a weak or inactive ri
condition of the
SKIDNEYS, UiVER AND BOWELS. ~
It is the most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE TH E SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
wh:n one is Bilious or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHINO SLEEP. be
HEALTH and STRENOTH I
NATURALLY FOLLOW. Fa
Every one is usin'; it and all are ai
delighted with it. D
ASK YOUR DRUOGIST FOR
virTE;T of p k GrB T
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. si
SAN FRANCISCO, C AL.
OUI3ILE, KY NEW YORK, Ni. Y
w. E. PELHAM, AGENT,
S E WBERRY, S. C,
PROsPERITY LETTER. C
Mr.W. P. B. Harmon and family s
>have moved into the Baukight house. m
t Miss Inez Feagle of Mt. Tabor is
visiting friends and relatives in town.
t Farmers are busy picking cotton,
- sowing oats, and preparing to sow P
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Counts and Mr.
1 Willie Maffett, are taking in Charles
ton this gala week. A
The number of hales cotton sold at
since September 1st to date is 2,977.
Price to-day, (Tuesday) 9j to 940.
Market closed favorably.
1 The whole line of the C. N & L. rail
road from here to Columbia will socon
- be ready for the cross-ties. The trestle
r builders are at work in town.
Last Wednesday the FarMers Alli
ance, put 63 bales cotton on the marsket
and sold at 9. On Friday again they
t put on 28 bales and sold at 9. vw
. Next week the Young Men's Cnris
' Association will observe the week 1
pr 1 ationalCom
ttee. Ea ight w
oserved with appropriate services, a
will be held in the different Our
arches, begining in the Lutheran increas
urch on Sunday night and etding in
Baptist church on Saturday night. ir.
rhe new Post Master, (appointee) atbre
is place has not taken charge of the rs.
st office yet. The present efficient Miss E~
ambent has not even been notified tives i
prepare to hand in his cheeks, and Mont
any every body is satisfied. So orc
te it be, and so it will be, I reckon youE n
d the people will continue to get g N
ervmail at the same old stand, and ae
mhe same old box. is still
Prof. E. J. Brown and Rev. J. D.
uggins are endeavoring to form a A go
terary Circle in the piLee. We hope ic
emr eftorts will be crowned with week.
ecess. We heartily endorse anywe
ve which has for its object the Fir
uwth of the mental qualities of our
ung people, and the elevating of The
eety. We earnestly commend this line of
:vemnent to the careful consideration commt
all bur people. - - are pal
Trhe General having bruised his whisth
.nd in cutting e>ton, not picking,nth
alked into the Drug Store and asked presses
e druggist for something to put on Mr.
e bruised [part. The druggist said. afterl
Vhat do you want General ?" "Oh" Count:
plied the General,'' "You know days a
aat I want, It's Plaster of Paris I to reIa
~kon." He wanted adhesive plaster, forms
d the polite druggist . was kind chiang
ough not to give him the plaster of the pa:
Lris. YUBEE. absent
BERALDINGS FROMI NO. 6. march*
The corn crop is panning out finely. lmave
>tton is going to fall a little short of iss
e general expectation. .his me
Oat sowing is progressing finely, and him.
ere will be a large crop sown. Fine
ins and land in good condition for Our
wing grain. gaged
Dr. Thompson has started his dog that ec
rt and horse to Florida, Neddie San- havet
rs is going to drive it through. little r
Sammnie Werts will go to Florida in shep~
sember. lieve t
Abraham Harp, colored who. was liitle i
at by Dump Cannon in the cheek our col
out ten days ago, is improving and
e Doctors think lhe will pull through.
mp is in iail. If y,
Mrs. J. S. Floyd'has returned to her Citron
>me in Walhalla.
WV. S. Peterson is now in Walhalla
ing to school. Youk n
Master Bennie Boozer, who has been or the~
ite sick with malarial bomnaturia, is Y1*C",.4
ome sickness in the township. It covery
emus that Capt. Jack Frost has not rou
t done his whole duty. Lu*go,
Mr. J. Y. Floyd lost a vaiuable mule angi
turday night. TELL~. at Robi
A Big Cotton Crop W
May be expected and along with it a stores,
g stock of School Books, Sebool Sup- ing al
ies, Stationery, &c., at The Book countr
ore. tf have:
-- - - - amour
Helena Heraldings. Alsora
The Band of Hope meet now on Sat- ance (
'day afternoon instead of Friday as Office
Mr. - - Shealy, of Graniteville, a
ewberry College Student, has moved Buy
to the village. He occupies the Hall- & Jam
Rev. Professor Bowers will preach
Union chapel next Sunday afternoon Heada
four o'clock. systen
Mrs. Pratt, who has just recovered costiv4
>m a severe spell of sickness, had the impur
isfortune to fall a few days ago. We cure hi
in that she was not seriously hurt. the ki
r. McIntosh is doing all that can be activit
ne for his suffering patient. The ing th
1 was caused by the sudden move- Pelhal
ent of a none upon which she was
Iding, and which held her cow to
e fenwe. -Can
A prettier fall season none could wish. onl the
delightful temperature and moderata N othi
owers have gladdened the farmers' it a bu
Mn. Wightmian preached at the chap- tioii,
last Sunday night. It was a strong pleasu
riturn angumnent which proved con- Blh
usively that confession and abandon
ent of sin and all iniquity are mat
rs precedent to faith, and the forgiv<
mss of the transgress.or, &c. The
rmion was replete waithi forible illus- e
ations. SANs Sotccx
You will save mnoney by examiining
y stock of Buggies, W~agons, Whips
id Lap Robes before buying else- *""
* *.~- __
[. S. EPSTIN.
OPENS IN COL
AS OPENED WITH ONE
D OUR FRIENDS AND PA1
ALL. we extend a cordial invit
for less money than any house in
La this department can be found
enrietta Surabs, Mohair Stripes, Ri]
tta, Flannel, Tricots, Ladies' Cloth
ie of lower grades of.Dress Goods in
ades. Velvets, Velveteens, Plushes,
atch every shade and at prices whic]
Our stock is complete and all the late
found, in Handkerchiefs all styles
ent to $1.00 in Ladies' and from 2
ne Linen Handkerchiefs a special
d Gents'. The largest line of Toweb
aylies in endless varieties and qual
Lrgains. We offer the best 10, 15,
wel in the country. The 2.5 cent T
at in size and quality.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers ii
ades and in Plain, White and C
rices ranging 5, ceuts to $4.00
The largest stock ever shown in La<
aildren's. We sell Dr. Warners eel
raline No. 222 and Abdominal Corse
ns Glove Fitting in all grades. F
)rset cannot be beat and all pric(
OUR SHOE DEPARTI
Never ini my experience has this sto<
ete as it is now. We buy direct iron
ries and in large quantities and by ti
les us to sell CHEAP. I am offering
ock, Back and Front Brogan for
ress Shoes in Lace and Congress fror
Fine Ladies' Shoe from $1.00 to $5.
idup, all we ask is an examination of
58 Main Street, Hotel Jerome Bu
NOTES FROM EXCELSIOR.
Good seasons of rain and small grair
Mrs. Grflin of this section is still
Some few of our farmers will be at
ewberry courting next week.
J . Werts, spent several days
chool is retting on fin with ar
ing number of pupils.
and Mrs. E. M. Cook paid a
sit to No. 2 township last week. ea
Mattie Crosson and daughter. a
llen, of Prosperity, visited rela- Coo
this comimur.ity last week Fn
lay being Saleday at Newberry be
>rrespondent in company with a P
iany others from this communi- say
in their apnrance at the city.
re pleased to see that Newberry
on the "niarch of progress."
adly number in this community
nplate attending the State Fair
will be held in Columbia next '
'We expect to "get-there" and
h one and ail who attend thepa
pleasant visit to the city. h
grading and trestling on the abl
the C., N. & L. R. R. in this del
miit,y is about complet3d and we in
.iently waiting the sound of the
from the iron horse. Work
new road has certainly been
I rapidly along.I
Henry Kinard, of Mississippi, i
being absent from Newberry
thirty years, returned several.
o to this community on a visit
ives and friends. Mr. Kinard in
as that there has been quite a[
in his old community during
i thirty years that he has been R
and that he has visited New
Lnd Prosperity and is delighted
that both towns are on the .
of progress. Mr. Kinard-'will
n a few days for his home in
iippi where the best wishes of
ny friends here will accompany
farmers have been busily en- r
~atherinug potatoes corn and sow-al
tin and we are pleased to notea
-ops generally in this communityfy
urned out well and we see very
riom if aLly for any complaint.
r'n crop in this neigh borhood is
good and we have reason to be
hat with a little economy veryA
any Northern corn will visit
rnmtinJity durmng the year 1890% sii
>u want fresh Currants, Raisins, (
Figs, Nuts, go to Eddy Bros. tf. -
The New Discovery.
mye beard your friends and neighbors
about it. You may yourself he one
rnany who know frorn personal expe
ust how good athing it Is. If younhaveL
ad it you atre one of its staunch friends,
the wonderful thing about it is. that
ace gi -en a trial, Dr. King's New Dis
ever after holdls a place in the house. N
iave never used it and should be af
wit'- a cough, cold, or any Throat.
-Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once
e it a fair trial. It is euaranteed every sH
money reftunderd. Trial Bottles Free.
rtson & Gtlder's Drug store. T
run the risk of getting your
mierchanidise, dwellings, wear
pareal, barns, ginhouses and
'y stores burned, and thereby
a total loss when for a small
it 'J. A. Burton can get first class.
nee Companies to carry the risk.
gent for Equitable Life As.sur- '
o., with surplus of $20,000,000.
next door to Bank, over Jones &
the Bay State Shoes from Minterj
ieson. . tf.
To Dispel Colds,U
ches and Fevers, to cleanse the
ieffectually, yet gently, when
or bilious, or when the blood is
e or sluggish, to permanently
abitual conlstip)ation, to awaken
Ineys and liver to a. healthy'
y, without irritating or weaken
emI, use Syrup of Fige. W. E. K
Happiness and Contentment. ti
not ;ro hand in hand if we look
dark side of every little obstacle. a
rig will so darken life and make II
rdeni as D)yspepsia. Acker's Dys-h
Tablets will cure the worst form U
pepsia, Constipation and indiges
and make life a happiness and Re
re. ~Sold at :.5 and 50 cents by O
~r, Houseal & K.ibler.
~.fl I prescribe and fuL'yOen- bix
dorse Big G as the 021.- ma
inots' specific for the certain cut.r
m..sesne-" Amsterdaum, N. Y. ft
r5outy bythe we have sold Big G for i
mscerial ""nt oem an Pt a
Ohio. D. R. DYCH!E &Co., dei
Chicago, InI. EE
S1.O0. Sold by Druggists. me
W. -.E. jPELHA Y, AGENT.
[ CAROLINA S
A ID T H E - - - -
aET, 'CTN3E 'EO
OF THE FINEST LINES OF
HATS AND CENTS' FURNIS
'RONS OF NEWBERRY-TOWI
ation to ca!l on while in the city. We wit]
Alma Cloth, We have as la
Super, Hen- Half Hose, Whi
and a complete all kind. Fine :
all the leading nice.
Braids, etc., to
i will astonish NECK WE
NT handle from the
tion is great and
stnovelties can can always be f<
and prices from Neckwear.
cents to $2.00. -A
ity for Ladies' A
, Napkins and We have ma
itities at great Wh Because
20 and 25 cent
owe] cannot be CHE~AP. We h
owlcno eHats, in fine as
i all the latest
We still carry
ET. to suit the time
lies' Misses and
ebrated Health i-s always compl
ts, also Thoinp- ing, Pillow Cas
and H $1.00 Shirtings, Che<
s in the same prising the Dor
As time and a
ENT the great quanti
.EN-U vitation to one
:k been as com- we will make
2 the manufac- patronage and i
tat means it en- goods and more
a Solid, Whole ever offered by :
75 centaNol. O.N.T.Spool'
n $1.00 to $5.00. the same price 3
00, $1.25, $1.50 of thread given
our stock. down and they
ours Respectfully, 3;
diding, Corner Lady and Main Streets.
Mrs. Nancy Taylor, formerly of Ki
nards, died at Greenville, S. C., Friday,
1st instant, and was buried at Kinards
on Saturday, aged about 56 years.
Mrs. Susan Cromer, oT Pomaria, died
on Thursday, October 31st, aged about
The five-year-old son of Mrs. Lula
Long, of No. 8 Township, died Thurs
day, 31st ult.
POST OFFICE, NEW BERRY, S. C.
List of letters nclaimed and advertised
rden, - Hin an. Basil
te,rsFA ce .on Esq
y Mrs Charlotte A tgm
thton, Mrs Eliza. Trre, Mrs Lucy
~rons calling for these letters will ple5~asend
they were avertiSed. BET P . H
i SUMS OF $300 AND UPWARD Onl,
on improved farm lands. Loan re- PRC
able in small annual instalments VII)
ough a period of six years, thus -en- ING
ing the borrower to pay off his in- comn
~tedness without exhausting his crop the
any one year. Apl to
GO ANS & NT, Att'y's.
sewberry, S. C.
loney to Loan '
ON IMPROVE FAMS, end4
9R FURTHER INFORMATION C
JO B. PALMER & SON,
om 7, Central National Bank Build-. for c
ing, Columbia, S. C.
. 0. Box 288.
10 LEND on Real Estate-especi
y on farming lands. Loan to run was
a years. Terms reasonable. PRI
JONES & JONES,
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO It
L. Mayer & Mayer, or the under- o
ned, are .notifie that they must I,
tle their accounts. NO'
0. B. MAYER, JB. GO(
)ctober 22nd, 1889. PRI
-- P. R EE D '- NE'
' I r S-EEC "Er. GA
it Stylish and/
EVR ek PAIRt W ARRANTED. a
ry one pair and you will have no other IN
FOR SALE BYpu
SMINTER & JAMIESON. star
TH E ENCEf TIC
ad Physicl eility Ipurties othe flor Jj
altng trom Folly, Vice, Ignrance. Excesses or wi
Wr,Bsnes the Married or SoaReltion
Loid unskiful pretenders. Pose ti grt
dng, embossed, gil Prie, only $.C0 by -
ir ree, Ifyuapyno. -h
the COLD AN JEWEL.L.ED MEDAL
m the National Medical Association,A
the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and
YSICAL.DEBILITY. Dr.Parkeraudaeorp or ft
Asi~ Pyselnsmay be consuted. eoing
E PEBODY MEDInCA INSTIrUTE, All
.4uIflneh St., Boston, Bass., to whoman ro
ea for books or letters for advice should be
J. H. EP =IK
BER 11th, 1889 T
DRY COODS, CLOTHINC.
I AND COUNTY, ONE AND
1 show you the Finest Line of Goods
rge a line as any house. Underwea
te Dress Shirts, Fannel and shirts)
'ine of Gents' Night Shirts, some
kR COLLARS and CUFFS.
ent I call special attention. We
finest to the cheapest and the selec
the stock large. 'The latest novelties
und in Collars and Cuffs a'lso in the
'S ! HATS! HATS!!
le a big success in Hats this season.
we carry a large line and sell them
ave the latest shapes in Stiff and Soft
well as medium goods.
a line and intend selling it at prices
ate of all the Leading Brands of Sheet
ng, Ticking, Bleaching, Cambricks,
ked Homespun and all goods com
pace will not allow me to enumerate
ty of goods, we eitend a cordial in
mnd all to call when in the City and
to their advantage.- We solicit your
n return we intend giving the best
goods for a less amount of money than
my house. We are the Agents for the
lotton and you can buy it from as at
'ou can from the factory. One spool
to every customer. Send your orders
will receive prompt attention.
WHO GES TEE
ADVANCE 11D GWE THE COUTERS
WNE CIALLv\GE 09 PETITION$'
With a drawn sword in our hand
WE ADVANCE IN FRONT and
HEW, CUT and SLASH, and mark
out the Road for the ARMY -0
MERCHANTS and THEIR LE
ERS to FOLLOW.
With the dust' flying from o
jrses' feet and at the POINT of
~YONET we have removed
STACLES and regardless ofth
the BATTLE the bravest
~DER falls, but WE, OUR
)R D reeking with BLOOD, keep
on in advance of them. ALL.
'TECTED by an all-wise.PROW
ENCE, we heed no WARN
and fear no DANGER, over
Sall OBSTACLES and climb
most insurpassable mountain
ARE NOT RICH,
NO, NOT BY ANY ME ANS.
7TE WE OR SHALL WE ever
WHON THE CAUSE
ur own advantage, but only to
E POPULATION of NEW
tRY and surrounding County,
ITE OR BLACK without.dis- '
HERE WE ARE AGAIN
ing the BANNER of LOW
CES THE-SA VERof MONEY,
,D and SILVER in your very
is for YOU TO judge whether
will be benefited by US OR
'. A GLANCE AT OUR
)DS, THE WHISt'ER of the
CE will CONVINCE YOU that
AT YORK'S GREATEST BAR
N COUNTER is EXHIBITED
UR PL ACE, and awaiting the
t SCEPTICAL EXAMINA
N. OUR STOCK of
RY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOE3, GENTS'
LSSWARE and GROCERIES
ists of GENUINE BA RGAINS
Sall your trading experi,-ne
NEVER H AD SUCH A
ANCE to get fixed for WINTER
ich LOW PRICES. WE ARE
NEED OF MONEY and have
PRICES DOWN riglt at the
b where 'they are BOUND TO
S. We don't ask you to take.
1 WORD, but let the GOODS
.k for us. COME and SEE
ni. IN EVERY INSTANCE
will be treated with COUR
Y and KIND CONSIDERA
>N whether YOU BUY OR NOT.
0 YOU WISH ANY OF IT? IF
you do, procure a policy with
e New York Life." It will give
certain protection and sure profit.
tinds of desirable policies 'ritten.
you are <!ontemplating 'fisurance,
will find it :.o your interest to
e to, or call on
A. P. PIFER,
Newberry, S. C.
LL PERSONS ARE PROHIBI
ted from hunting, cutting down
~king timber of any kind or imjur
property in any way on my lands.
persons violating this notice will be
ecuted to the full extent o,f the law.
BEN H. CLIN.