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tate Fgir. Three
tickets were sold
o3 p. p. yesterday.
me services were held at
r church in Newberry last
, ug Te church was beautifully
faute-lik no , and a sermon appropriate to
y of this impro casion was preached by the pas
Examine it. M.
e great pleasure in The corner stone of the new Luther
at his upper stone. an church at Peak, S. C., will be laid
base a puaio of the on Thursday, 28th inst. Revs. Prof. J.
Klettner has the ex- B. Fox, J. K. Efird and J. E. B3erly
ese instruments in are expected to take part in the ser
ds, Coughs, Charles Whitener was arrested on
and Lung affections Tuesday by Deputy M. B. Chalmers on
d effective friend in a warrant issued by U. S. Comrnis
Syru Price only sioner J. S. Reid, for selling whiskey
teed to satisfy the without a license. The preliinary is
mmended by every- set for 27th inst.
dispute the efficacy
of freham's Pecto- Personal.
tf. Mr. Harry Samuels is in the city.
Ligon Dobbins has gone to George
CIGAR Mr. Jno. I. Houseal left Tuesday for
IN TOWN; his home at Memphis, Tenn.
& Kibler's, Drug S. T. McCrary, Esq., of the Spartan
burg bar, has been in attendance upon
Court this week.
oval. Dr. . W. Holland, Dr. 0. B. Mayer,
Office and Harness jr., and Mr. H. H. Folk left yesterday
doors from Post- for the United Synod at Wilmington,
JoytN P. FAST. N. C.
Rev. B: W. Cronk, of North Caro
of Newberry lina, is in Newberry in the interest of
ir advantage to bu the proposed Lutheran Female Semi
at Wright's Boo nary at Charlotte, N. C.
tf Mrs.WithersAdickes, nee Miss Helen
eardlaw, of Yorkville, and her little
NO- son, spent a few days with her New
meet Thursday berry friends. She was the guest of
k in the associa- Miss Mattie McIntosh.
Mrs. Harriet Lane left Newberry on
day will begin at Monday for Montezuma, Ga., in an
5.15. swer to a telegram stating that her
nson Mr Frank B. Lane, who has been
thest. a mass meet- there for some time, 'was quite ill.
te M n min Chrh
tt will deliver a Mr. L. C, Angel, for a long time tel
r. n an ed at Bachman,ng Sh enithe
haefofertpac..r Age s o
'stce of th asr- h epe fNnt-Sxhn
. imr i sio sigbte eo aiiis h
ovtels saeof rfrrdtothoutcalhf h
bedeli'eedatl, a the comsinhvbenotfd
of th insrolissbna ea aaerRnop hth
smo ana aof y Suhasgvnodr o h rcino
Fan s thenae dofr brysI attefrih eo
woulddoewll tobe anew oe.sI
sengrs t hav bete depot. Leeu
Bachmn, th movein th mape. mstery
town ont e advicesn imrteelda
.~t f SuthCar- hs btte detchrhan Newberryls
ashngtn Asto,ioons was!!echdb thetpas
elchcurhots eno ak, for evryo, and b ad
B. Fo,xJ. -. Efid an J.E.Bel
ude 'ea r e expeena taerartin te er
ohn CCaloun aromles iter to asharlest o
tesmnoSoT ues.a Joh Dpis and M.. Hatierso
* HoHan. Sledgerlet ysuerday for S.nety-Si.
s. . . Laws, f eltn wiskey
Pan's,twodoosourl paticense. Tek>imnryi
money. ~ Miss Ever Sngelef for Anersony
Mr. Jao visi toseae last Tuesdayfo
Wriht&J.~ s. .Mcrght, anEs fathe,Spatan
ble aornmen-urg onr thr ren fro atenappyeliton
muc, bt 'istru. "pode" tin eb~ls week. W
Miss innie Holmand, r. L.Baer,.
Boots ~ ' . and Mr ev . A.. B o prehdt eeday
togveatifac theUntered semod lat Sunaymingt
tf Rnte characte Conkt, Nth simple
aindatifn ewrishe idntrs wofi
in tva-the proviee ofutheras eleatemi
n prphetfor nce ary"C athrote was C.uitmrepr
1 W.COPPOK. chractahersprits nef self-enl
tiarddaan eleovle her her nattle
ve,sher pesnta fewhams with graes wl
world for Cberryavfrendas. nohing but thes mdesto
Chillain, Crnsnd day ofora oeura, ta, iritn
ndpostivly urs wie al to do sththing thate
stI urate onM.Fak Ln,wohsbe
. or ney refnde eri ri though custom a qusge bel
For ale ~ trograh " te laws Newhery wads ad
rids aginst Spig, .C,o h
Horkneeno,- of tha place Mr-nelio
e of Sringtan Miteeraphaoero a receng theire.
l~ced ithspeial "Thedp people of Ninety-osix having
sells lowas te wnt tobu gitoo ooe raihrap, comis
aboutonthind Dinvithemraicaoad to
ha is Lider for the Lieion of
new i yeou oroassene wrd regh
dyspiept-iA.'s yppi alt
oing Lmp ~ aewberry.iv cur fact the wrigt fo
and Cotipatobe Gaaneew n. It
sold add tthe appsearanceKofthe
Fcesh Buck tohe andmOationeof as
yoergprrlor oraEddyeBros dp ts.Ltu
Gto Jon the roant' ofoany iora
Waos, Whiedps an Lapeber.tf
I Next to~~ th 'otme
BootrtsBots &! Botlder
F.ots enoughpfrt haeve hisy lar- at.
orlne f sae, luarest forBices, MWtr ago s onts.
adap fRobe vsi to doorlstfon h
oSoeg.etysedy o ieySx
asor wiind toMr. Pilamt's the
earlypart o th e ek.
Denote ir stae lfth foo Andro
mone.. AkrsBodEii ilr
moe a vimpiti aidve tst Tuesday
Wright &lJ.xW.nMsmooih, and clear Taer ofa
before p thian Conty,l spnthafeugdys i
ble asi yornaen us o theironsetutin,fo pury littl
stresothn the wleaue ofas iit. ro
ands guirnie byammonde, oLuens.&
B t0Ki$n b le. J.Asowr receoadel
in ontecaatro shr th sipl
stc .f as G te Erdenc Bofo, foras elevate to
.1. W. COPPock. caatradhrsii fs]-eil
e anvne. tf her p"ersna. cam n gae ol
e handed to
om Butler, mur
rape; Simps Harris, as
.tery of high and aggra
and w:tlr'intent to kill;
Surrell, , carrying concealed
s; Mitchell Rutherford, carry
oncealed weapons; Lewis Ganntt,
use breaking in the day time; Thos.
Dillard, violation of contract; Wade
Davis, violation of contract; Ben Lyles,
violation of contract; Thos. Stevens,
violation of contract; Dump Cannon,
assault and battery with intent to kill;
Lang Bowers, murder; David Lyles
and Nora Martin, adultery; Osborne
Chalmers, malicious killing of horse;
Seth Glenn and Jane Gordon, adultery;
Dave Williams and Ann Brownlee,
adultery; John Morgan and Georgina
Gray, adultery; Boise Clark, murder;
Abram Chick and Pernielia Chick,
keeping a bawdy house; Wade Davis,
cutting and maiming a mule; Mack
Dorroh, rape: Mitchell Anderson, rape.
The Solicitor no! prossed the follow
The State vs. Lucy Wallace and F.
R. Wallace, breach of trust with fraud
The State vs. Alf Shell, burglary.
The State vs. James Dunbar, carry
ing concealed weapons.
The State vs. Willis Sims, rape.
The Grand Jury found no bills in all
of the adultery cases and in the case
against Osborne Chalmers, charged
with the malicious killing of a horse.
The following cases were continued
up to the time of our going to press
John Hair, charged with malicious
Geo. Benson and others, in the fam
ous "meal trust" case, the principal
witness for the State, John Walker,
Lang Bowers, charged with murder,
he not yet having been arrested.
Thos. Dillard, violation of contract.
Dump Cannon, assault with intent
Mack Dorroh, rape.
Abram Chick, keeping a bawdy
Ezekiel Murrell, plead guilty to
carrying concealed pistol, and Fincher
Rutherford plead guilty to the same
Ben Lyles, Thomas Stevens and
Wade Davis plead guilty to violating a
Wade Davis was tried on the charge
Df maliciously maiming a mule and
Lawrence Gregory and others were
tried for riot and found not guilty.
Wm. Butler, murder; not guilty.
Tobe Sims and Bill Davis will be
tried to-day for murder.
The case of the State vs. Boyce Clark
-murder-will come up Friday morn
PRESENTMENT OF THE GRAND JURY.
To .the Bonorable A. P. Aldrich,
The Grand Jury would respectfully
report that they have considered all
matters submitted to them by the
Honorable Solicitor and made return
of the same.
We have examined the jail and
premises and find everything cleanly,
well kept, and in proper order. The
cells are all in as good condition as
could be expected. There are two
leaks in the roof of the building that
should receive attention.
The several County offices are all in
proper order, the books well kept, and
the papers very neatly arranged.
The Poor House has been visited by a
committee of our members who report
that they find tht paupers looking well
and neatly kept. The buildings are in
good order, except the floor and doors
of the brick building, which should be
repaired. There should be a good and
substantial fence put up around the
yard so as to enclose the paupers at
Our recomimendatlon in regard to
furnishing the court room with furni
ture has received no attention. We
would repeat the recommendatio n, and
say that we hope to see it carried out.
The first two bridges on the Hendrix
Mill Road are in bad condition and
should be repaired.
The road leading from Indian Creek
to King's Creek is also in bad condi
tion. This road has not been properly
worked, only run over, and not being
worked the number of days, nor in the
way the lawv directs.
The hill near Dr. Boozer's, on the
road from N~ewberry to Longshore's, is
in bad condition.
A pond of stagnant water at the brick
yard on the road to Aull's Mill has been
reported to us as a probable cause of
Jacob B. Bedenbaugh (white) and
Sarah Bedenbaugh (colored) are re
ported to us as living together unlaw
fully. Also Robert Taylor and Miss
Beti,ie Stockman are reported. The
names of the witnesses in each case are
herewith furnished the Clerk.
We are of the opinion that the law
in regard to the fees in the ditrerent
seem that many cases are long and
needlessly protracted in order to in
~rease the fees therein. When attor
2eys are allowed by law to charge a fee
~or every time they appiear before the
Master or other officer, then human
iature asserts itself, and the attorney
vill think more of the size of his fee
han the interest of his client. In this
vay cases are continued from time to
ime, until the estate is absorbed in
ees and the widows and orphans are1
educed from competence to absolute
rant. We think the law should be so<
mended as to forbid the Master, Pro
ate Judge or Clerk from taxing up
ny fee in any case except to the othi
ers of the Court.
There should, we think, be some I
bange in the law that would relieve I
e Court of General Sessions of the
ultitude of cases that burtheii the s
rkets of this Court at every term t
mpelling more important cases, such f'
;are of paramount interest to the C
ople, to be continued. t
We are of opinion that a County e
>urt could be so organized as would 0
ing much relief. sl
If parties wvho are so readly to run to si
e law for redress when they are really ec
tuated by a spirit of revenge, if such
re required to give good and suffi
mnt bond to secure the payment of all
ss, if they failed to successfully B3
osecute the case. This would reduce
eatly the amounit of frivolous cases.
We ask that the usual fee be allowed
r clerk for services rendered.
All of which is respectfully sub- t
WV. C. Sua c;r, Forenmn. .
Caution to Mothers...
.vry mother is cautioned against ~
-g her child laudanum or paregoric; th~
ereates an unnatural craving for ev
nulants which kills the mind or the P
kl. Acker's Baby~ Soother is In
eally prepared to beneit children m
I cure their pains. It is harmlessy
I contain~s no( Opium or .Morphine. hi
d by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler. g
ddy Bros. have opened up a new
k of Family Groceries, Confection
s, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.. at mn
nage's old stand. Give them a call. an<
wsof is visiting in town.
iie Carmichael, of Ga., is
avid Bailey, of Georgia, is vi
Mr. A. P. Dominick's family.
3Iiss Lilla Kihler, of Newberry, is
visiting her sister. '1rs. J. A. Simpson.
Ir. and Mrs. C. E. Jeter, of Union,
are the guests of Mkr. and Mrs. J. H.
A. Fischesser, of Walhalla, spen t sev
eral days in town, returning home
The number of bales of eotton sold in
this market to date is 3.422. The tone
of the market is favorable.
Mr. Henry M. Kinard, of Miss., who
has been visiting in this county for
several weeeks, started for his home
A meeting of the Stock-hoiders of the
Sub-Alliances of Newberry County
will be held in the Town of Newberry
on Friday, the 15th inst., at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. J. E. Schumpeit leaves here
to day for her future home in Edge
field C. H.. where her husband is in
business. We are sorry "Miss Kate"
that you and Rubie a:'e leaving us.
Come back to see us.
Last Wednesday the Farmers' Alli
ance put 26 bales of cotton on the iar
ket, for which they got 93 cents per
pound. On Friday they offered 53 bales,
which they sold at 9.66.1. 'Messrs Luther,
Langford &. Co., were the purchasers of
both of these lots, and the prices were
above the market.
The dawn of day was accompanied
with rain, to the great disappointment
of many who had intended going to the
fair. Notwithstanding this rain about
130 persons purchased tickets, only to
meet with greater disappointment, for
the little excursion train was so
crowded that it did not make a stop at
all. We thought the Richmond and
Danville system a thing large enough
to run a big hotel, but it could not run
a restaurant this morning. If the
company cannot accommodate the
public on such occasions, they should
stop advertising, and plainly say so,
and not so outrageously disappoint
hundreds of people, as it did this niorn
ing. By the time or the next fair the
C. N. & L. will be completed, and we'll
all go to the fair on the new road.
BACHMAN CHAPEL AND CANNON'S
Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Morris, of New
berry, were visiting relatives in the
Pomaria section on Sabbath last.
Mr. Henry Kinard, of Mississippi,
who has been visiting relatives
throughout this section for the past
week, will return home this week.
We regret to learn that Old Aunt
Rachael Griffith, of Excelsior commu
nity, who has been extremely ill for
the past three weeks, still remains
Miss Mary Sligh, of Mt. Tabor sec
tion, who has been spending a few
weeks in visiting relatives and friends
in our community, is now the guest of
J. K. Epps and family.
Mr. W. M. Bobb, while unloading
some oats from his wagon on Friday
morning last, lost his balance and fell
from the wagon backwards across the
hind wheel, his head and back both
striking the wheel; he was very pain.
fully but not seriously hurt.
The patrons of Ridge Road School
niet on Wednesday, the 6th, at 6 p. mi.
for the purpose of electing a teacher for
said school. There were-only three.ap.
plieants handed in for consideration.
After a vote was taken it was found
that Mr. W. B. Boinest was duly
elected. The school will open on the
Nathan, a little son of Mr. Rance
Vaughn, is seriously ill.
A matrimonial racket will take
place in our community this week. We
will give full particulars in n ext issue.
We are looking for several such rack
ets y this to come off in our section be
fore Santa Claus comes.
This has been a most favorable fall
for the farmers in gathering their crops
and sowing grain. The principal part
of the fall crop of oats is up and looking
fine. Some few farmers have begun
sowing wheat. It has been a question
among us for a considerable while to
know whether the late crop of cotton
would open or not. This question is
now almost decided. The late cotton
that was killed by the frost about six
weeks ago, not more than two-thirds of
it will open. I think where the plant
has not been injured by the frost up to
the present, very near all will open.
So taking the cotton crop upon1 an
average throughout this lower part of
the county, I don't think it will hardly
reach a two-third crop. So here we
poor farmers comec with long faces and
a short cotton crop, again saymng we
have done the very best we could, and
are always willing to try and try
again. But we have one consolation,
that is, we can say our corn eribs will
not be in the West another year.
We are glad to notice that the rail
road authorities have drawn the coloi
line, during this week of the State Faui
in Columbia. We hope all concernec
wiil approve the arrangement and gc
on their way rejoicing and return hap
py and serene.
The council of Bachmian chapel met
last Sunday at the close of divi .r
v-ice to arrange for pr'--g nte
year. - lLw atlided Rev. J. A.
,.ytserveagain as a supply. He will
signify his acceptanceor not on the 4th
Sabbath of this mionth. Rev. M. Sligh
is a pillar of strength in this. church,
and if we have to give him tup it will
be with much reluctance.
Owing to the Sunday-school hours
conflicting somewhat with the hours of
preaching, as the days are getting
shorter, the stated services have been
shanged from the second and fourth
Sunday at '2.30 p.- m., to the first and
third. There will be Sunday-school
2ext Sabbath afternoon. We hope this
yhange will prove satisfactory.
The congregation will bear in mind
hat on the next regular preaching day
here will be an election of officers for
he church. Now each and every mem
>er of the congregation has the righ t
o a vote, and I hope it will be done in
he true spirit. I would therefore re
pectfully commend to the congrega
ion, as a guide and help, before voting
>r a man to fill the office of a deacon
r elder, to take the sixth chapter of
be Acts of the A postles and the third
bapter of Paul's First Epistle to Tim
thy, and readl carefully. Trhese will
ow you what qualifications a man
ould possess to be an officer in the
2urch. T. J. W.
,'A Dollar Saved is a Donlar MWade."
You save money by buying your
lank Books at "The Book Store." tf
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
>k give a discount of ten per cent
>m regular prices on all cash sales. tf.
If you want fresh Currants. Raiisins,
tron, Figs, N%utsgo to Eddy Bros. t f.
nfirmi our statement whzen .we say
at Acker's English Remedy is in
ery way superior to any and all other e
parations for the Throat end Lungs.
Whoopinzg Cough and Croup it is k
uic and reliev-es at once. WVe off-er a
a a sample bottle free. .Remnemb er, q
I Rni edy is sold on a positive "
irantee at Belcher, Houseal & Kib
s Drug Store.a
ou will save money by examinino
- stock of Buggies, 'Wagons, Whips
I Lap Robes before buying else
Y. M. C. A. Convention.
The Newberry District . Young
Men's Christian Association Conven
tion met at Greenwood on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, November8-lO.
The officers elected for the ensuiug:C
year were as follows:
A. B. Kohn, Prosperity, President.
A. E. P. P Bedenbaugh, St. Luke's,
.. S. Urier, Erskine College, Vice-Pres
J. T. Nicholas, Newberry, Secretary
Eleven Delegates were present rep
resenting Associations as follows :
Erskine College : J. M. White, J. S.
Grier, W. W. Sadley and J. A. Smith.
Newberry: Rev. C. P. Scott, and J.
Prosperity : A. H. Kohn.
St. Luke's: J. C. Dominick, A. E. P.
Bedenbaugh, J. S. Nichols, and J. C.
Mr. G. M. Rosser, was present, rep
resenting the State work.
The District Executive Committee's
report showed that there were twelve
Associations in the District ; and it is
to be seriously regretted that so few
were represented at this Convention.
Notwithstanding the fact that the H
delegation was so small, and that so ri
few of those who came had had any lii
practical knowledge of the work, the sh
Convention was one of marked in- in
terest. The necessarily brief space of th
time allotted to each topic was filled
up with wholesome discussions.
At the close of the Convention there
was clearly manifest a desire on the
part of the community that an organi
zatiou should be effected there. A
meeting was arranged for Monday F
evening, and Mr. Nicholas remained to
aid in the organization. When the
hour for holding the meeting had
arrived, there were between fifty and
sixty men assembled in the Baptist
church. After a brief discussion of the
work of organizing was begun. Fifty- P
one young men connected themselves
with the organization on the spot, and
it is believed there were others who
would have joined had they not been
detained from attending the meeting. C
Greenwood is a thriving business C
center filled with business men. There
is room for more of the same material
but none to spare for any other class.
With her new cotton mill, in course of
erection, the compress and oil mill
nearly completed, she bids fair in a PI
short while to become one of the most tc
prominent towns along the C. & G. a
And we are glad to know that St
Greenwood is not only to be com- D
mended for her business activity, but A
also for the earnesses with which her as
people take hold of Chistian work. The
churches are large, comfortable and
neat, providing amply for the large
congregations that worship there. The
Sunday schools are well equipped, well
ordered, and industriously conducted
by consecrated men. 1Everything
about them suggests decency and of
Then the earnestness with which the A
men of all classes took hold of the H
Young Men's Christian Association N
shows that the men and women of
Greenwood are interested in their
young men, who can be justly termed
the pride and hope of the town. n
The Convention is under many obli- R
gatlons to the-citizens for their courte- ri
ous hospitality. Nothing was spared sc
to make our stay pleasant to us, and m
we desire to express our sincere thanks
to one and all of our friends who aided
us in out work there. Our thanks are yE
especially due to the pastor and people of
of the Baptist church for so kindly al- as
lowing us the use of their church for .
our meetings, and to the pastors of all
the different denominations for their
kind words and acts of cheer and en
May'theAy never come when the A
people of. Greenwood will regret our B
havingdbeen in their midst, and may 0i
many of her young men be able in Cl
werto cme topoint to these days
wihpleasure as the beginning of a new s
life to them. J. T. N.
ovemnber2th, 1889. --
Wright & J. W. Coppock's line of
Gents' Neckwear is just awfully nice. -r
That is what the ladies say, i. e., the
test looking ones. .tf
Why Go Hungry -.
When you can go to Sam Jones' C
restaurant and have served you Birds r<
on Toast, Sausage, Steak, Ham and a
Eggs and Norfolk Oystero in all styles ti
for a moderate cost. Polite and a;
prompt attention to all. From 5 to 10 b
minutes is all that is required to serve a:
a meal in. Give me a call. tf. si
We Can and Do. fi
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it -d
has been fully demonstrated to the peo s]
p)le of this country that it is superior to a
all other preparations for blood diseases. fi
It is a positive cure for syphilitic poison- tI
ing, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples. ii
It purifies the whole system and d
thoroughly builds up the constitution. C
At Belcher, Houseal & Kibler's. ii
All sorts of Lamps. All sizes of o
Lamps. Lamps of all prices are to be si
found at Pelham's Drug Store. We s
guarantee to sell the best and lowest 'b
priced Lamps in Newberry. Call and b
examine them. Hall and Hanging, a
Stand and Hand Lamps. Lamps in a
Brass, Lamps in Glass. o
Sbest burning fluid made, d
ofoo 1~ very cheap at Pel- p
of dortf. ti
ham's Drug Store. b
A Safe Investment. .
Is one which Is guaranteed to bring you
sat isfaictory results, or in case of 1ailure a re- W
turn of purchase price. On this safe plan you w
can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle ti
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- T
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relef in every
case, when used for any affection of Throat, m
Lungs or Chest. such as Consumption, Infiam- -i
mation or Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop.
2ng Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and LI)
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can C(
always be depended-upon. Trial bottles fe
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store. ~ d
We desire to say to our citizens, that for H~
years we have been selling Dr King's N~ew
Discovery for Comnsumnption, Dr. King's NewR
Life Pills, Bucklen's Arrlca Salve and Elec- of
trio Bit ters, and have never handled remedies ab
that sell as well, or that have given suchei
universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guaraptee them every time, and we stand (
ready to retund the purchase price, if satis- an
factory re-sults do not follow their use. These a
remedies have won their great popularity n
purely on their merits. Robertson & Glf- an(
der, Druggists Ke
No dessert is more delicious, wholesome
md appetizing than a well-made dumpling,'
illed with the fruit of theseason. By the
ise of the Royal Baking Powder the crust is
dIways rendered light, fiaky, tender anddi
testible. Dumplings made with it, baked or Fre
mied,wil be dainty and wholesome,and may
~e eaten steaming ot witpefcimnty
Mtpo fsl:rbmanc'o ae rlr ae
etoteconsistenc of soft biscuit dough; brea
5f Pieces of dough Iieenough to close o'vwfour
uater of an apl o tefruit as desired) without
lling, and aym an earthen dish (or steamer) and
emunti1 the fruit is tender. Bake if prefened. C01'
In all receipts calling for cream of tartar
id soda, substitute Roy'al Baking Powder.
ess trouble, never fails, makes more appe
ning and wholesome food and is more eco-,M
mical.. Royal Baking Powder is specially big si
ae for use in the preparation of the fmaest iIes,
L S. PSTIN
)PENS IN COLU:
08 MA&IM ?5MR3
AS OPENED WITH ONE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HA
D OUR FRIENDS AND PATRC
ALL, we extend a cordial invitatioi
for less money than any house in the <
In this department can be found Al
enrietta Surabs, Mohair Stripes, Rip Su
,tta, Flannel, Tricots, Ladies' Cloth and ;
ie of lower grades of Dress Goods in all t
ades. Velvets, Velveteens, Plushes, Brai
atch every shade and at prices which wij
Our stock is complete and all the latest no
found, in Handkerchiefs all styles and ]
ient to $1.00 in Ladies' and from 2 cen
Lne Linen Handkerchiefs a speciality f
id Gents'. The largest line of Towels, Na
oylies in endless varieties and quantiti(
Lrgains. We offer the best 10, 15, 20 a
wel in the country. The 2.5 cent Towel
at in size and quality.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers in all
ades and in Plain, White and Colore
rices ranging 25 cents to $4.00
HOSIERY and CORSET
The largest stock ever shown in Ladies'
hildren's. We sell Dr. Warners celebral
)raline No. 222 and Abdominal Corsets, al
ns Glove Fitting in all grades. R an
>rset cannot be beat .and all prices in
OUR SHOE DEPARTME?
Never in my experience has this stock be
ete as it is now. We buy direct from thi
ries and in large quantities and by that im
les us to'sell CHEAP. I am offering a So
ock, Back and Front Brogan for 75 ci
ress Shoes in Lace and Congress from $1.
Fine Ladies' Shoe from $1.00 to $5.00, $
d up, all we ask is an examination of our
58 Main Street, Hotel Jerome Buiidin
November 8th, 1889, at the residence
the bride's father, Capt. R. H.
'right, at 9 o'clock p. m.. by Rev.
. J. Bowers, Dr. WaltE Gostave
ouseal and Miss Sarah W' ht, all (f
ewberry, S. C. pa
____ ____ ___ ____ __- ab
Mr. P. H. Duckett died last Thursday in
ght, after a protracted illness. He
as about 60 years of age, and was bu
sd at Rosemont Cemetery by the Ma- -
nic fraternity of which he was a
Mrs. A. M. Moseley died at 2 o'clock
sterday morning, after a brief illness
congestion, in the 22d year of her
List of letter uncledad adrti.e
avember 12, 1889.
asley, J. W. Connor, 14iss.Victoria .
iyd, Mtss Jane Cly barn, George -
unson, Robert Gary. Mrs. Roseanner
innon, Rachel Setzier, Thos. J.
larlton, Miss LauraSly, Fred
Waites, Miss Josephine
Persons calling for these letters will please
y they were advertised. ER,P.M
KILLING IN KENTUCKY. .all
wro Prominent Republicans Make Way
with Each Other in Lexington.
L EXINGTON, Ky., November 8.--At
45 o'clock this afternoon Col. William
assius Goodloe, collector of internal
venue of the 7th Kentucky district, si
ad Col Armistead M. Swope met on sei
te postoffice corridor. Both men were
ter the mail that was in their letter
xes, which are rather close. They -
proached these boxes at almost the I
ime instant, and when each saw who
ie other was they glared at each otherT
arcely, and one of them, it caunot be-S
scovered which, exclaimed "You ac
oke to me, you insulted me." This Hi
as followed by some angry words by
om the other man, but exactly what th
iey said cannot be learned. At this on
stant they straightened up and each pr
rew a weapon, Swope a pistol and
oodloe a clasp knife. As soon as the.
eapons were drawn Swope fired and Gi
oodloe struck the pistol down as it
'ent off, the ball entering his abdomen
2 the right side. Goodloe than began -
abbing his opponent in the breast
ith his knife, which forced Swope
ackward. After several blows hadA
een struck by Goodloe Swope fired .
'ain, missing Goodloe. In a momen twi
Eter firing the second shot Swope fell ar
a his face within about ten feet of the Ni
nor and died almost instantly. On his -
erson were found thirteen wounds,
aey being in his back, arms and in bis .
Immediately after the killing~ Col.
k>odloe walked to a physician's' office b
'ounds were examined. He b
re 1 and made disposi- Y
as perfect ' of death. as
>n of his prope ya
2e cause of the difficulty w
ent made in the Republican Conven
mn of May 1, 1888, by Col. Goodloe 10
at fully two thirds of the Favette Wi
unty delegation in the Convenition
I not speake to Swope.
301. Goodloe has been for years a
rminent man in Kentucky polities.
was minister to Belgium under -
tyes andflis a member of;the National
pubhican comrmittee, being chairmnan
the committ.ee on speakers. He is
>ut 48 ycars of age, married and has
>>1. A. M. Swope was 45 years of age
I un-married, was collector of inter
revenue under Grant and Hayes,
I was also prominent in polities in
ntucky. He will be buried at Lau
ter in this State.
Blush or Res.
What is it? A certain cure for 11
diseases of the skin. It will Poe
ove Blackheads, - Pimples, Wal
skles, Tan and Sunburn. For A~
at Robertson & Gilder's[
ter Drug Store.
A Big Cotton Crop eo
y be expected and along with it a
ock of iSchool Books, School Sup.
Stationery, &c., at The Book
T, UMTDEI. EC
THE FINEST LINES Of
TS AND CENTS' FURN
NS OF NEWBERRYTOM
to call on us while in the city. We
rna Cloth, We have as
per, Hen- Half Hose, W'
t complete all kind. Fin
be leading nice.
ds, etc., to
II astonist NECK WI
II handle from t
f i tion is great ai
velties can can always De
)rices from -Neckwear.
ts to $2.00.
)r Ladies' HA
pkins and We have n
s at great I Why? Becau
nd 2.>cent CHEAP. We
cannot b Hats, in fine i
We still car
to suit the tin
ed Health is always com
soTlhomp- iug, Pillow g
d H $1.00 Shirtings, Cl
the same prising the Dc
As time anc
Ti the great quai
iT vitation to onw
en as com- we will make
imanufac- patronage an(
eans it en- goods and moi
lid, Whole ever offered b;
)0 to $5.00. the same pric
1.25, $1.50 of thread givel
stock. down and the;
g, Corner Lady and Main Streets
oney to Lo
N SUMS OF $300 AND UPWARI
on improved farm lands. Loan re
yable in small annual instalment
rough a period of six years, thus en
ling the borrower to pay off his in
btedness without exhausting his crol
any one year. Apply to
GOGGANS & HUNT, Att'y's.
S'ewberry, S. C.
4oney to Loam
fiN I1PROVED nARM
pOR FURTHER INFORMATIO3
JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
em 7, Central National Bank Build
ing, Columbia, S. C.
P. O. Box 288.'
30 LEND) on Real.Estate-especi
y on farming lands. Loan to rui
e years. Terms reasonable.
JONES & JONES,
LL PERSONS INDEBTED T(
Mayer & Mayer, or the undei
ned, aire notified that they mus
tie their accounts.
0. B. MAYER, J3.
)ctober 22nd, 1889.
200 ACRES LAND FOR SALE
N NEWBERRY COUNTY, 30
acres near Vaughanville, and 90
-es near homestead of the late Jobi
>pkins Williams ; land now owne<
non-residents who desire to chang
3 investment. For sale for cash c
long time, for anything like a fai
Wx.. A. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at La'
eenville, S. C., or call at the dice c
[. K. P. Goggans, Esq., Newberry
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AN]
an acre lot in the town of Helen
11 be sold cheap. For terms, etc.
ply at the office of The Herald-an<
[ have not got the Post Office yel
t I did buy some goods while in Ne,
>rk, which I will sell very low, suc]
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods. T<
cco and Cigars. Can't be bea1
SIgate's Soap for 25 cents
~akes ats' 'Spool Cottoz
~tchecs cheap. ~E M:E.
J. S. RUSS
IILVER PLATED WARE,
ket and Tab! Cutlery,
ch Repa ring a Specialty
Newberr-y, S. C. 11
ontd A.-r BRO.,Rochester,x.Y.
PA RKE R'S
SHA IR BAL.SA M
- Clanss an beutiies he air
H~- IND oEs a COxrit grt.
!BER 11th, 1889 T
DRY COODS, CLOTHINC.
N AND COUNTY, ONE AND
will show you the Finest Line of Goods
S' FURNISHI;G GOODS.
large a line as any house. Underwea
bite Dress Shirts, Fannel and shirts
e line of Gents' Night Shirts, something
EAR COLLARS and CUFFS.
ment I call special attention. We
be finest to the cheapest and the sele
id the stock large. The latest novelties
found in Collars and Cuffs also in the
1'S! HATS! HATS!!
iade a big success in Hats this season.
3e we carry a large line and sell them
have the latest shapes in Stiff and Soft
is well as medium goods.
y a line and intend selling it at prices
plete of all the Leading Brands of Sheet
'sing, Ticking, Bleaching, Cambricks,
iecked Homespun and all goods com
I space will not allow me to enumerate
itity of goods, we extend a cordial in
and all to call when in the City and
it to their advantage. We solicit your
i in return we intend giving the best
'e goods for a less amount of money than
y any house. We are the Agents for the
Cotton and you can buy it from us at
you can from the factory. One spool
i to every customer. Send your orders
will receive prompt attention.
T 0YOU WISH ANY OF IT? IF
you do, procure a policy with
"The New York Life." It will give
you certain protection and sure profit.
All kinds of desirable policies written.
If you are contemplating insurance,
you will find it to your interest to
wrice to, or call on
A. P. PIFER,
Newberry, S. C.
I WILL CURE THE DISEASES
of women in those who may apply
to me for relief. Those in advanced
life, and those in married and virgin
life, and the diseases that have existed
for more than twenty years, all can be
cured, and the patients restored to good .%
health in a few months.
P. B. RUFF, M. 5.
TO ALL uONCERNi:
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the Newberry Stockbreeder's
Association are requested to come for
ward and settle with me without do
Sept. 10, 1889 N
- MASON AHAMLIN
ORCAN AND PEAN
t BOSTON,- NEW YORK, CHICAGO
NEW [Containsa five octave, N
Sp Action, furnished
MODEL Ilreand handsome
- Isldblack walnut.
ORGAN,~ s99 cash; also sold on the
I Hire System atSl23Z q
M TYLE ter. for ten quarters, wehen
gnbecomes property of
I 4 son hiring.
31A.SOX "Stringer," invented an
r - patented by Mason & Hamhlin
mn18is used in the Mason &
Hamlin pianos exclusively.
HALji Remarkable reainement ,
HM Ntone and p hen o me na
capacity to stand in tu
PAO' characterize these instru
POPULAR STYLES ORG ANS At S
832.30, 860.,878, $96. AND UP.
O)rgans and Pianos soldfor Cash,
) Payments and Rented. Oztalogues free
I"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition and by a careful application of K
,the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr.
Epps has provided our breakfast tables with
a delicately flavoure.d beverage which m
1 save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by
the judicious-use of such-articles of diet that
'a constitution may be gradually built up un
til strong enough to resist, every tendency to
'disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are
.* floating around us ready to attaca wherever
there is a weak point. We may escape many
-. a fatal shaft by keeping oarselves well for
titled with pure blood and a properly
nourished frame."-Civil Service Gazette. -
Made simply wi h boiling water or milk.
Sold-only in half-pound tins, by Grocers,
labelled thus: JAMIES EP3PS & CO.,
Hommeopathic chemists, London, England.
AT ONCE- -EVERYWHERE
A representativen n
Mani or Woman. Pfital B0.Diness
fered until December 5h. Give re
feren es. it.dif, WOODWARD & Co.
T 4'I4SCIElWCE O ,.P
the Errorsof Youth, Prema-'ture, I)eclir.e, ervona,
and Physienl Debility, Iim,urities of the E3loodJ
tesultmgrrom Folly, Vice, Ignorance, Exceeses or
)vertaxation, Enervating and ufluing the victim
or Work, Business, the Married or Social Relation
Avoid unakilful petenders. Possess -this great.
dok gt conas 30 ae,roya Svo 13*.to
sil, post-paid, concealed in plain wrapper. lus.
rative Pro Free, if you apply now. The
author, Win. H. Parker, H..D., r
ithe COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
em the National Medical AssocIauo,
at the PRIZE ESSAY on. NERVQUag.
'HYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr. Psiadaeo~
Asistgant Physicians may becm~esena,. -
de for boos or letters for advice should'be
~esSe4 as above.