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llr ('L" ,,,,~ :11,11: AND) ALL AlBOMT.
The Legislature meets next Tuesday.
A few fakes of snow fell in New
berry on Tuesday.
Special. Don't forget Frederick Warde at the
Opera House to-night.
receiptforsubscrip- 798 excursion tickets for CAlumbia
atProsperity. were sold here last week.
tborized to do the
Mr. John B. Campbell has been re
appointed postmaster at Jalapa.
re"d- Section-master Pitts is re-laying rail
offered a reward of on the track over the embank ment.
prehension of the "American Clay" will be sold to the
ed the barn of highest bidder at auction saleday in
Walton, on December. See notice.
:13th instant. The
ject to the ap- Mr. B. H. Cline is now burning brick
Assembly. on his place near the railroad track.
stable, corn There are 60,000 in the kiln.
about 10,000 The mail route from Hope Station to
bushels of corn Glymphville has been changed, to com
t$1,000. He had mence at Peak.
Steel rails are being placed along the
Everybdy that Spartanburg, Union and Columbia
ry Railroad, and will soon be laid.
- " Mr. G. M. B. EptVng has moved to
& JOHNSON. town, and occupies the Gauntt house
lately occupied by Mr. C. E. Summer.
bank." Deputy Collector Fordham advertises
who will play the fofsale the s. illacd some brandy seized
Mountebank" at the property of P. M. and George
'ght, is one of tJhe Denson.
in his profe-fon Mr. S. B. McCarley and wife have re
-He is turned from Columbia and will move
ger in Newberry, to his farm in the country.
raise here on a
irginius." "The Tbe price of cotton in Newberry yes
lease an audience terday was9. cents for midd'ing.
than anything he Carlisle & Lane o :er for sale quite a
etire. The careful lot of valuable real estate in the town
has been very of Newberry.
Warde, and he
The County Treasurer tells us he has
not yet made out 1,000 recegts and there
ettee- are about 5,000 to write. There will be
ork done at Pel- a rush toward the close.
None but pure Rev. E. P. McClintock will be absent
employe , Take from the city next Sunday and his
W.ec EPelham, pulpit at Thompson Street Church will
rfect satisfaction be filled by Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers.
care at Pelhain's At the meeting of the County Com
ry that skill missioners held on Tuesday, Mr. T. B.
unding to secure Leitzsey was re-elected keeper of the
tf. Poor House on the same terms as the
**! At the Lutheran church next Sun
to us must come day morning the pastor will preach on
their ]accounts at "A call to the ministry." At night his
- money and must subject will be "Lessons of the fading
& WEARN. leaf," an autumn service. The public
is cordially invited to all of these
g Day. services.
nt, is Thanks- During Dr. Holland's absence the
ngements have past week some of the college students
olding divine ser- were having their fun. Two of the
le that the differ- professors we understand were up all of
unite in a service one night during the week to catch
some fellow, but the boys evaded
-closed and several arrest.
ther stores. Every The South Carolina Conference of
at day. the Methodist Episcopal Church,South,
met at Camden Tuesday. Rev. W. S.
Centenarian. Wightman left for the Conference on
colored, died in Monday, and Mr. J. Y. Culbreath, one
15th instant, at of the delegates for the Cokesbery Dis
115 years and 10 trict, left yesterday.
born in Union In our allusion last week to Mr.
of January, 1774, Klettner's card-organs and pianos-we
berry a long time, inadvertently said that he was an agent
er age, it is said, for the sale of these celebrated instru
ticated. She had ments. Mr. K(lettner is not the agent
,the oldest of for he buys directly from the manufac
living, would be turers. And this enables him to effect
of her sons, the better sales. What we said in praise of
n, is now living these mouse-proof and moth-proof or
of 7Syears. gans isO. K.
oped in figure,
t 200 pounds, and Mr. P. N. Crouch, of the Newberry
preserved until Hotel has rented the Central Hotel in
en she quit going Spartanburg and will open there on or
y-schoo, and her before the 1st of January. He has
fail. She had no given up his lease of the Newb3erry Ho
ied of old age. tel. Who will take it is not yet known.
Mr. Crouch and his family have been
sem*nay. with us for two years anid have made
-a seso ftemany friends in our midst who will re
the seot of the grt ihat they are to leave us. Mr.
the pst weetk Crouch is a genial and pleasant gentle
it wsdecide to man and we wish him abundant suc
a eas te The,. cess in his Spartanburg home.
the United Sy- Personals.
here until cto- Mr. Jeff. Foot is in the city.
f Directors was
rs. President W. G. Childs, of the C. N.
the Rev. S. A. & L. R. R., was in town during the
Rev. Prof. A. week
Mr. D. A. G. Ouzts, representing t he
e time a profcs- Charleston World, is in the city in the
Salem, Va.. an d interest of that paper.
ly divine. Prof.
the college lasat Miss Maud Schaeff'er came home yes
to our le is terday from Richmond, Va., where
WeHas es fo everal months.
.Rev. G. W. Holland, D. .
erry College will B. Moyer, Jr., and Capt. H. H. Folk,
ary- have returned from Wilmington, N. C.
~~~- We had the pleasure of a visit last
s are headquar- week from our handsome f'oung friend
y buy the best Ed. Crews, of the Laurensville Herald.
me their stock Mr. Eduard Scholtz left Monday for
~ned of this asser- Atlanta to attend the Grand Council
tf and the Grand Chapter of the Masons
of the United States.
UnKa Pi-of. Samuel M. Clarkson, Sunerin
to Sam Jones' tendent of the Graded School at Rlidge
served you Birds way, S. C., was married in Columbia
Steak, Ham and on the 7th instant, to Miss Ella Tay
stern in all styles lor, daughter of Mr. Lawrence Taylor.
st. Polite and Prof. Clarkson is the youngest son of
all. From 5 to 10 Prof. R. H. Clarkson, and lived in New
* euired to serve berry five or six years ago.
call. tf. Mr. A. H. Kohn, a clever gentleman4
. and merchant of Prosperity, New berry]
oppock's line of County, S. C., is in attendance as a de-1
ust awfully mie' legate upon the Lutheran Synod now
'es say, i. e., the in session in this city. Mr. 'kohn is a
tf newspaper correspondent of experience
and ability, and the Messenger is fortu
pened up a new nate in having secured his aid in re
ries, Confection- porting the proceedings of the Synod.- -
Tobacco, &c., at Wilmington Messenger.
-Give them a call.
tf. A Wenl Known Fact.
It is scarcely necessary to tell the
tizns: people what they already know so tho
rt, who is at the roughly, but the truth never hurts (in
house of Ramsey the aggregate) it matters not how often
.L. Smyer, his told. The people know that Pelham's
. Schunmpert, as Pectoral Syrup for coughs, colds, croup,
originally a New- bronchitis, &c., is the surest and most
ears back~he mar- remedial preparation on the market.
the late Johnson Price 26 cents a bottle and GUARAN
comes from New- TEED TO PLEASE. tf
ope, an import
eld's mercantile Rev.E. T. mog.
,r nteesk To-morrow will end the labors of
rythe Frui eIl Rev. E. T. Hodges in Sumter for this
whee for two Conference year. Mr. Hodges has taken
he has been an a deep, strong hold upon the contidence,
aregla towe. the esteem and the affections of our
are goad to wn. community irrespective of denomina
se t ou tow.--tions. A ~polished, sincere, Christian
man, an eflicient pastor and an able,
Contntmnt, earnest p reacher, any church should
contntmnt- be proud of bhim as a minister and any
hind if we look community saould be proud of him as
ery little obstacle, a citizen.
en life and make We are not Methodists but we hereby
s. Acker's Dys- make our petition to the Conference
ure the worst form that Rev. Mr. Hodges be sent back to
tion and ind iges- Sumter next year, and in doing so we
a happiness and are sure that we voice the sentiment
iand 50 cents by of the community generally.-Sumter
eWright & J. W. GOLDEN~ BELL,
ibefore purchas- BEST 5c. CIGAR
be as ornamen
uch, but 'tis true. IN TOWN,
A t Belchier, Houseal & Kibler's, Drug
are opening up a Store.
Boots and Shoes,
dto give satisfac- Removal.
tf. I have moved my Office and Harness
department two doors from Post
Salve,oflice. JoHN P. FANT.
world for Cuts, Sores, -
m, Fever Sores, Tet- The Lawyers of Newberry
d oiively cures; Will find it to their advantage to buy
.It IS guaranteed to stationiery, &c., at Wright's Book
or money refunded getore ~ tf
For sale bjy Robert- *
Samples of piece goods in great va
riety. Suits made to order, fit and;finish
by examining guaranteed to be unsurpassed. Harken
Wns, WVhips to the cryof your own prophet for once.
agoyngele-and mark the result.
rebyn tfse WRIGH & J. W.CoPo
The Last of Court.
The Court of General Sessions close<
last week and Judge Aldrich left o
Saturday for his home.
No Common Pleas Court was held
The jury that was drawn for this wee
was discharged on Mondsy. Thre
murder cases were tried after our issu
last week and all resulted in a verdic
of not guilty. Tom Sims charged wit!
the killing of Josh Henderson on th
1st of February, 1889. Sims was dt
fended by Blease & Blease.
Boyce Clark and Bill Davis charge
with the killing of Jim Suber, at a ne
gro camp meeting at Cedar Grove, o
1st September, 1889. These negrof
were defended by Johnstone & Crome
The case against John Davis fu
vagrancy was continued. -
The Banks cases were also continuei
The following sentences were impose
by the Judge on those convicted.
Ezekiel Murrell for carrying a cor
cealed pistol, six months in the pen
tentiary or pay a fine of seventy-fiv
dollars. He paid the fine.
Fincher Rutherford for carrying pi,
tol concealed, twelve months in tr
Wade Davis for violation of contrac
six months in the peniteniary and i
another case for malicious maimin
and wounding of a mule, eightee
months in the penitentiary and pay
fine of fifty dollars.
Thomas Stevens, for violation of coi
tract, six months in the penitentiar
and Ben Lyles, for the same otfens
received a similar sentence.
Two sealed sentences were opened b
the Judge, one imposed by Judge Ke
shaw on Nov. 19,1888, on Wm.'keatt
for carrying pistol concealed, wa
three months in the county jail or pa
a fine of thirty dollars. The other in
posed by Judge Fraser on 13th Jul.
1889, on Mack Anderson for stealin
grain from the freehold, was tw
months in the county jail or pay a fin
of twenty-five dollars. The prisonei
were taken off yesterday.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CoUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In the General Sessions Court:
On hearing read the report of tl
Grand Jury, and on motion of 0. ]
Schumpert, Esq., Solicitor, it isordere
that so much of said report as refers 1
certaiu necessary repairs about tt
County Jail and Poor House, to the r
furnishing of the Court Room, and I
the conditions of certain bridges an
roads in said county, be, and the sam
is hereby referred to the Board 1
County Commissioners for immedial
action, and that so much of said r
port as refers to the stagnant water i
Pool's Brick Yard, be, and the same
hereby referred to the Board of Healt
of the town of Newberry.
It is further ordered that Benc
Warrants be forthwith issued for tl
arrest of Jacob B. Bedenbaugh an
Sarah Bedenbaugh, and for Robe:
Taylor and Bettie Stockman, charge
in said report as living in a state
adultery, and that when arrested the
be discharged from custody whenev<
said parties shall each enter into
recognizance in the sum of Five Hu
dred Dollars; with two or more goc
and sufficient sureties, before the Cler]
conditioned for the appearance of sa
parties at the next term of said Cou
to answer to billsof indictment again
them for adultery.
It is further ordered that so much
said report as refers to the condition
our courts be referred to the Senat
and Members of the House of Rep1
sentatives of this county for such a
tion as they may feel advied
A. P. ALDRICH,
November 16th, 1889.
Xeeting of the Delegation.
The Senator and Representatives I
Newberry County held a meeting
Tuesday in the office of Y. J. Pope, E
By invitation the various county of
cers met with them in order to ofi
suggestions for retrenchment and:
form, as provided by joint resoluti<
of the last Legislature. All the Coun
officers were present except Audit
Cromer, and he has hardly taki
Some suggestions were made. Amo:
them it was thought some restrictil
should be put upon tbe wholesale pi
ment of witnesses for the State and t
defense in cases of felonies.
In the settlement of derelict estai
it was thought',best not to wait
months before beginning, but to gi
notice within thirty days after deal
It was also suggested that the Clerk
>f Court and not the Probate Judge
hould be the public guardian.
The School Commissioner presented
Lpetition signed by nearly all the school
rustees in the county and the board
>f examiners, asking4that an additional
evy of one half of one mill be laid, se
hat teachers can be paid cash and
yromptly for their services.
The County Commissioners recom
nended that a three mill tax be levied
or ordinary, and that one half of one
nill be jevied for' special expenses and
Wright & J. WV. Coppock are nowe
pening a superb line of Spring and
summer Clothing, selected with special
:are, which they will sell as low as the
owest. No humbug about this. Give
;hem a call or you may wish you
A handsome Hanging Lamp is
great addition to your parlor o1
sitting room. Robertson & Gilde>
have a very superior line of same
which they are selling very cheap
Come and look, you are not oblige<
to buy if they don't suit you.
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats i;
Newberry? Wright & J. W. Coppod
Go and see them and be convince. ti
A Woman's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has bee
made and that too by a lady in this countrT
Disease fastened its clutches upon her an
for sv en years shes withstood its severe'
tests. .,nt her vital organs were undermine
and death seemed imminent. For thre
months she coughed incessantly and coul
not sleep. She bought of us a bottlc of D
ing's New Discovery for Consumption an
was so much relievyd on takmng first dos
that she slept all night and with one botti
has been iraenlously cured. Her name :
Mrs. Luther Luz"Tu write W. C. Han
rick Co.. of Shelby, N. C.-Get a free trp
bottle at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
The Verdict Unanimous/
W. D. Sult, Druggist. Bippus, Ind., testifie:
I can recommend Electric Bitters/as tt
very best remedy. Every bottle sold hi
iven relief in every case. One man took si
bttles, and was cured of Rheumnatism of
ears' standing." Abraham Hare4 druggis
bellvile, Ohio, affirms: "The best selliira
medicine I have ever handled in m.y '0 year
experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands<
others have added their testimo , so tha
the verdict Is unanimous that El -trirc Bitte:
do cure all diseases ot the Liv r.Kidneys
Blood. Only a half dollar a ~eat Rober
son &t Gilder's. 7-21t.
P tOSP E11TY LETTER.
i Mrs. P. L. Langford is visiting undi
the parental roof at Blackstock.
K. D. Lake, depot agent, telegrap
- operator and express agent, in comp;
ny with Mr. R. S. Campbell, have got
to Lancaster on business.
t ' M. A. Carlisle, Esq., was in town c
Wednesday in the interest of the C
e lumbia, Newberry and Laurens Rai
Rev. C. A. Marks and Mr. A. I
Kohn have returned from an interes
ing convention of the United Synod
Wilmington, N. C. These brethrt
report a harmonious and goodly mee
On account of the inclemency of tl
. weather, there was no meeting of tl
d teachers here on last Saturday. Ti
programme is reserved for the meetir
t- at Newberry on the third Saturday
e The Young Men's Christian Associ
tion observed the week of prayer. Ti
services began in the Lntheran chur<
e on Sunday night and alternating
the different churches in town. Wii
the meetings were open to all and eve
one, they were not as well attended
g they ought to have been. The servic
were all of a high character, and mar
a feeling prayers were offered in behs
of the young men of our country wI
are so soon to assume the awful respo
Y sibilities of Church and State. Nc
withstanding these things, some f
thers, some mothers, some brother
some sisters, and some relatives see
utterly indifferent to the welfare
7 their sons and brothers, and are, t
s their actions,willing for tbem to plun,
Y headlong into eternity. God help of
indifference, and may our excuses f
" non-attendance be valid at the bar
e The State Fair isover, and wlii
. every body did not get to go that d
sired to do so, yet we think everyboc
is happy and serene. The fair was
great success in every particular ti
department, but the most wonders
feature is, that of all the thousands wl
attended on the crowded excursiou
not a single serious accident occurre
e We are glad to note that there was le
, drunkenness- and riotousness than h,
d ever been known before, even in mu<
n smaller crowds. There is a growir
e healthy public sentiment, in favor
3- temperance and this alone will eve:
0 tually bring about prohibition. Oi
d people are all proud of their State Fai
e proud of the management, proud
)f the attendance proud of everythi
.e that properly belongs to the agrict
tural and Mechanical Society but n
it proud of the side issues which so sava
Is of games of chance. These must eve
h tually depart these coasts, and th4
all will be happy and serene.
e Prosperity is still moving on in h
d usual quiet progressive way, and ti
. casual observer will not fail to no
d signs of new life and improvemer
)f The Columbia, Newberry and Laure
Railroad is nearly all graded from be
r to Columbia. The iron bridge is arri
a iug at Broad River, and soon we w
. have a new railroad in full blast he
d The Richmond and Danville syste
and the C. N. & L. R. R., will make
id connection here. The Alliance wa
rt house is nearly compileted, that is, t
st brick work part.
W. M. Wheeler, a photographer,
)f here and will remain until the 22
or Prof. W. B. Compton, of Laurei
e. has a class of thirty-eight scholars
c. vocal music. He is a high grade teacl
of twenty years experience.
Prof. W. G. Beall, of Alexandria, 'V
has a class of thirteen pupils in chir<
raphy, with an outlook for mo
Both singing and writing teachersI
orThe offerings of cotton last week
or the Alliance were comparatively lig
>nThe prices were too low to suit the ni
:jority of the members. On Wednesd
.r there were 23 bales offered and sold
erVheeler & Mosely at 9.50. On Frid
~there were 47 bales offered and boui
m by Wise Brothers for 9.57k.
or Rev. J. C. Boyd and wife and M
m Fannig Johnson left here on Mond
to"isit relatives in Chester.
3g Business in Prosperity is good. Th,
" is no cause for complaint, but there
yabundant cause for rejoicing. Crop!
be every description are good. Whilec
ton on some farms and localities
Sshort the average-erop is fair, and1
nrice is fair. This p art of the cour
e as raised more corn than it will c<
'""~ ~o se fr Western cribs
A shocking and sickening'cIditi
occurred here to-day (Tuesday) betweer
11 and 12 o'clock at the steam gin o:
John A. Boland by which Jame:
Young, a staunch colored mani, instan
taneously lost his life. Young hai
brought a load of cotton to the gin, and
when a bale was ready to be packed
belt was to be put on a wheel oii the
same shaft on which the gin machi ner)
is run. It seems that Young voluntar
ily attempted to put on this press band
and in so doing by some means hi
clothing caught around the shaft, ant
Young's body was rapidly and fearfull:
whirled around the shaft, his heat
striking a large beam or sill at ever'
revolution. The engineer stopped the
machinery as soon as possible. Young
was dead. To say that death resultei
from a compound fracture Cf the skull
is putting it lightly. His skull wva
knocked into almost a jelly. Corone
C. B. Buist, was notified, and lie il
company with Dr. WV. G. Houseal
arrived on the grounds about 3 o'clock
A jury of inquest was immediatel:
summoned, and after the hearing c
the evidence, and the reading of Dr
Houseal's certificate, rendered a ve]
dict in accordance with the above facts
viz.: "That James Young came to hi
death by being accidentally caught i
the machinery of John A. Boland
steam gin." James Young was born;
slave for Dr. Thompson Young, ani
has lived with Dr. Young ever since
He was a good and trusty man, alway
attending to Dr. Young's feeding, lock
ing his cribs, stables, etc., and oftel
coming to town and selling cotton C
other produce, and making purchase
etc., for the doctor. He was about3
years old, and leaves a wife and thre
small children to wrestle with the col
charities of this world. YUBE.
Helena Herald ings.
Miss Flora Meredith returned Ias
Thursday from a pleasant and pr<
longed visit to Anniston, Ala. He
[many friends were glad to see her:a
home again. Miss Meredith says th:
Anniston is a wonderfully progressi
city of 10,000 inhabitants, 32 churche
&c., and no saloons. Trhe city is on!
8 years old. And strange to say thel
are no idle people there-all are
work. The spirit of the place is bus
ness activity. She thinks, howeve
1 that there is no place like South Car,
-lina-especially old Newberry, whic1
-as Judge O'Neall said, is the "garde
spot" of the State.
SA very pretty and exciting scer
. a witnessed on the railroad track 0r
day during the fair, when t wo excursic
Strains met here and, for the purpose
e returning some of the coaches to Colur
bia, the trains were backed to ea<
a other, making as it were one immen
SHow beautifully the weather held:t
for the fair and the gala week, both
iwhich were largely atttended. 'For su<
lovely weather and an uninterrupt<
round of pleasure, we can ch'eerfll
'~settle down to work again.
SWe are glad to know that the fe
io cases of sickness in our village are bett
t now, and the normal state of heal
Shas been resumed.
>r If yon want fresh Currants, Raisii
m,.mro, Figs Nuts go to Eddy Bros.
ri November 14, 1859, by Rev. W. C.
Schaeffer, Mr. Nicholas B. Stack, of
h Birmingham, Ala., and Miss Mary F.
h Ramage, of Newberry, S. C.
On Tuesday the 16th instant, ly Rev. ,
W. W. McMI>rries, Mr. John (. Neil to
Mibs Alice Wallace, both of this
November 7. 189, by Rev. Henry
Rodgers, Mr. John Harmon, of New
berry County, and Miss Eliza Robert
i. son, of Johnston, S. C.
Presents in the most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRIT!OUE JUI E
10 -OP THE
n- FIGS OF CALIFORN!A,
x- Combined with the medicinal
-s, virtues of plants known to be
In most beneficial to the human
of system, forming an agreeable
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
r pation, and the many ills de
of pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
e- KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
ly It is the most excellent remedy known to
a CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
d When one is Bilious or Constipated
ul -SO THAT
10 PURE BLOOD, REFRESHINO SLEEP.
S, HEALTH and STRENOTH
d. NATURALLY FOLLOW.
ss Every one is usin,; it and all are
as delighted with it.
h ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
of MANUFACTURED ONLY DY
ar CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
ir, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
of !gWSyILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N. Y.
1- W. E.. PELHAM, AGENT,
ot NERWEwRY, S. C,
'rs Y. M. C. A. Notes.
a Thirty-one men at the meeting Sun
day. We would be glad to see fifty
next meeting. A meeting will be held
er in the rooms to-night (Thursday) for
ie men. Members especially are urged to
it. On Friday night a union meeting
ns will be held in the Methodist church.
re Rev. C. P. Scott will deliver an address
v- on the importance of the young men
ill engaging in a definite work for young
re. men. The service will be brief, pointed,
'm interesting. All friends of the young
a men are most cordially invited.
re At a meeting of the Directors held
he Tuesday evening, it was decided to call
on the ladies of the town to aid the
is Association in their efforts to raise
a money to meeV-a,i-eficit in their cur
rent expenses, which was caused by
Is, the failure,on the part of a few mdi
in viduals to meet thei ' subscriptions as
ier they become due. We sincerely hope
the ladies will favor this appeal, and
a., help us to close up the year free from
g- any indebtedness. J. T. N.
re.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
be Go to Edcty Bros., for A pple Vinegar
and Cider. tf
at. Minter & Jamieson are receiving their
i- second purchase of fall goods. if you
.ay want to buy good goods cheap, give
to them a call. tf
ht Fresh Buck Wheat and Oat Meal at
Eddy Bros. tf
lay Pickpockets at the Fair.
The "fakirs" at the State-.Fair were,
ere unfortunately for several Newberrians,
is quite successful this year:
of They picked Mr. Thos. M. Neel's
ot,- pocket and got $.50-a part of which
is was a $20 gold piece given to him at
:he his marriage, and which he carried
ity carefully wrapped in maumla paper to
n keep it from wearing.
n- Mr. Claude A. Floyd was relieved of
$45 in money, his gold watch and a
We others who had their pock
ets pickell ofsraranu
Mr. Robert Bailey, of Clinton, ..o.jt
$4, and Mr. Milton Sumerel $15.
I Advertised Letters
PoST OFFICE. NEwBERRY, S. C. ]I
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
November 19, 1889.
nter, Pierce. Hogbes.,Jylee.
Glasgo. L. G. Riley, Miss Mamie.
Hog, Newton. Saumers, Clarence.
Persons calling for these letters will please o
say they were avertised ER,P.M
I To Dispel Colds,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, whe.n a
Scostive or bilious, or when the blood is 4
impure or sluggish, to permanently
,cure habitual constipation, to awaken
5 the kidneys and liver to a healthy
r activity, without irritating or weaken- (
1 ing them, use Syrup of Figs. W. E. t
, Pelham, agent.e
If you want a nice Buggy and Hiar
f ness go to John P. Fant's, two doors E
- from Postoffice. I will sell you the best 3
Wagon for the,least money. tf.
s Next to the Poiatoffee.1
F. ASchumpert has moved his Har
ness Shop next door to the postoffice.
Remember that Wright & J. WV. Cop
- pock give a discount of ten per cent
n from regular prices on all cash sales. tf.
No dessert is more delicious, wholesome
re and appetizing than a well-made dumpling,
it filled with the fruit of the season. By the
I-use of the Royal Baking Powder the crust is
r,awy edered light, flaky, tender and di
D-gsil.Dmlnsmade with it, baked or
3, boiled,will be dainty and wholesome, and may
nn be eaten steaming hot with perfect impunity.
RZCIrrr.-oneC quartof dour; thoroughlyilwith
it three teasoons of Royal Baking Powder and asinall
le teaspoon of salt; rub in apiece or butter or lard the
le size of an eg, and then add one large potato, grated in
nthe flour; fe the butter is well mixed, stir in milk and
> knead to ecostncy of soft biseit dough; break
Ofoff pieces of dough large enough to close over four
c1- quarters of an apple (or other fruit as desired) without
rolling nd lay aanearten dih (or steamner) and
'e steam until the fruit is tender. Bake if preferred.
sIn all receipts calling for cream of tartar
and soda, substitute Royal Baking Powder.
ip Less trouble, never fails, makes more appe
of tizng andl wholesome food and is more eco
hh nocal. Royal Baiting Powder is specially
dd made for use in the preparation of the fine
ly Iand most delicate cookery.
Idorere ad fully -n
doia.sne Bi se ni
erna W G. H.INGRA HAM,M. D.,
thh...tier. Amsterdam, N. Y.
Xr4es b~ esWe have sold Big G for
given the Ietof satis
Ohio D. IR. DYCHE a Co..
s, rEsse 61.00. Sold by Druggists.
tf. W. -E.'PELHiA AGENT.
OPENS IN COLL
38 MAIM STRE'
HAS OPENED WITH ONE 0
BOOTS, SHOES, H
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATR
AL L, we extend a cordial invitati
for less money than any house in th,
In this department can be found
Eienrietta Surahs, Mohair Stripes, Rip
-ietta, Flannel, Tricots, Ladies' Cloth an+
ine of lower grades of Dress Goods in all
hades. Velvets, Velveteens, Plushes, B1
natch every shade and at prices which
Our stock is complete and all the latesti
>e found, in Handkerchiefs all styles an<
cent to $1.00 in Ladies' and from 2 c
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs a speciality
md Gents'. The largest line of Towels, r
Doylies in endless varieties and quanti
>argains. We offer the best 10, 15, 20
rowel in the country. The 25 cent Tow
eat in size and quality.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers in a
hades and in Plain, White and Colo
Prices ranging 25 cents to $4.00
HOSIERY and CORSE'
The largest stock ever shown in Ladie.
Dhildreu's. We sell Dr. Warners celebi
oraline No. 222 and Abdominal Corsets,
ions Glove Fitting in all grades. R
orset cannot be beat and all prices
OUR SHOE DEPARTME
Never in my experience has this stock i
plete as it is now. We buy direct from t
tories and in large quantities and by that
ibles us to'sell CHEAP. I am offering a i
5tock, Back and Front Brogan for 75
Dress Shoes in Lace and Congress from I
A Fine Ladies' Shoe from $1.00 to $5.00,
wnd up, all we ask is an examination of ot
58 Main Street, Hotel Jerome Buld
NOTES FROM EXCELS[OR.
Mrs. Griffin, who has been ill for
some time, is able to get out again.
A good many of our farmers have
commenced sowing wheat. Our farm
ers always make an effort to raise their
own "cake bread" at home.
Mr. James D. Kinard, of Newberry
College, spent Saturday and Sunday
under the parental roof.
The season is here for our bird hun
ters to start out on their rounds and a
good many of the "bob whites" have
already been taken in.
The past week closed out very much
winter-like and the fireside has been a
comfortable place during the past
Mr. James Crosson paid a brief visit
to the Maybinton community last
The State Fair held in Columbia
has come and gone. Your correspon
dent in company with a good number
from this community bad the pleasure
of attending the fair last week. We
shall be brief and only say the atten
dance was large and the exhibits good.
Indeed, the city seemed to be on a
boom, and we are always delighted to
visit there, especially, during such fair
One of our farmers, who has a few
small shoats, concluded a few days
ago to place them in a close pen and
prepare them for the knife. After
placing the shoats in the pen he said
to his wife, "Now we have our hogs
up to fatten." The next morning, Mr.
S. on going out to his surprise found
his hogs had crept through the cracks
and disappeared. Mr. S. has recap
tured his hogs and now says he has
his "pigs" up to fatten and not his
'hogs." Success to you Mr. S.
'YOU -.will find John P. Fant's head
arters for Bu-ga- -Vagons, Whips
ad Lap Robes two doMr,ar.fom the
A Child Emled. to
Another child killed by the use of rm
piates given in the form of Soothing se
rup. Why mothers give their child- ri
m such deadly poison is surprisig n
hen they can relieve the child of its pi
eculiar troubles by using Acker's
aby Soother. It contains no Opium
r Morphine. Sold by Belcher, Houseal -
onfirm our statement when we say
2at Acker's English Remedy is in
very way superior to any and all other
reparations for the Throat end Lungs.1
n Whooping Cough and Croup it is .
lagic and relieves at once. WVe offer w
ou a sample bottle free. Remember, C
is Rem edy is sold on a pbsitive Mv
uarantee at Belcher, Houseal & Kib- tr
ir's Drug Store. t
Boots l Boots !! Boots !! h e
Boots enough for everybody, and at
awest prices at Minter & Jamiesons. E
Blush of Roses.
What is it? A certain cure for bi
ll diseases of the skin. It will
emove Blackheads, Pimples, s
Treckles. Tan and Sunburn. For
ale at Robertson & Gilder's t
orner Drug Store. L
A Big Cotton Crop
May be expected and along with it a
big stock of School Books, School Sup- t
plies, Stationery, &c., at The Book t
Guard Against the Strike. t
And always have a bottle of 'Acker'st
English Remedy in the house. Y ou a
cannot tell how soon Croup may strike t
your little one, or a cold or cough may
fasten itself upon you. One dose is ai
preventive and a few doses a positive i
cure. All Tfhroat and Lung troubles
yield to its treatment. A sample bottle
is given you free and the Remedy.
guaranteed by Belcher, Houseal &
ET, U12T.DE".I 3EO'.
F THE FINEST LINES OF E
ATS AND CENTS' FURNISI
ONS OF NEWBERRY TOWN
on to call on us while in the city. We will
,lma Cloth, We have as larg
super, Hen- Half Hose, White
I a complete all kind. Fine liz
the leading nice.
ids etc., o NECK WEA
T. j handle from the f
- tion is great and t
iovelties can can always be fou
t prices from Neckwear.
rnts to $2.00. H
apkins and We have mad
,ies at great Why? Because
and 25 cent CHRAP. We hae
el cannot b Hats, in fine as w
11 the latest
We still carry a
to suit the times.
' Misses and
ated Health is always complet
also Thomp- ing, Pillow Casin
.nd H $i.00 Shirtings, Check
in the same prising the Dome
As time and sp
the great quautit:
.NT. vitation to one a,
een as com- . we will make it
he manufac- patronage and in
means it en- goods and more g
3ol!d, Whole ever offered by a
cent aNol1. 0. N. T. Spool o
1.00 to $5.00. the same price yo
$1.25. $1.50 of thread given t<
r stock. down and they w
rs Respectfully, E1
ing, Corner Lady and Main Streets.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
E. P. Cbalmers, Clerk, vs. George W.
Glenn, Exorr, et al.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT r
herein dated 15 February 1889, I f
ill sell at public outcry before the t
.ourt House at Newberry, on the first a
Uonday in December, 1889, all that 1
bract of land in the County and c
state aforesaid, formerly the piop- s
arty of Mary Ann Glenn, deceased, a
ontaining One Hundred and Sixty- J
five Acres and a half, more or less, and r
by Iandsof Dr. R. C. Carlisle and others.
A. plat thereof to be exhibited at thei
Terms : The purchaser has leave to<
pay the whole bid in cash-otherwise]
one-third of the purchase money must
be paid in cash, and the balance pay
able in one and two years, with in
terest payable quarterly from the day
of sale, by a bond and mortgage of the
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's office, 9 Nov., 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA'1
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Isaiah Haltiwanger, Plaintiff; against
Jacob Luther Aull, Louisa C. Hun
ter, Ella Henderson and others, De
Complaint for Relief.
URSUANT TO THE DECREE
iherein, of the Hon. A. P. Aldrich
as p residing Judge, dated the 9th day
of November, A. D. 1889, I willsell at
public outcry at Newberry, C. H., S. C.,
on the first Monday in December next,
that lot of land, containing one-half of
an acre, more or less, situate in the
Town of Newberry, S. C bonnded by
the lands of Thomas Q. ioer, Isaiah
Haltiwanger,---- and fronting
on Caldwell Street. This lot of land
will be sold in two parcels of one
uarter of an acre, each, with a com
fortable dwelling house on each lot, on
4efollowing terms, to wit: One-half
t~~mrchase money in cash, and
e baan ,. n a credit of twelve
onths with i%.ia from day of sale,
ured by bond of the P -e'.sser and a
ortgage of the premises. Purc= r
y pay all cash, and to pay for
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 November, 1889.
['ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-I
ary A. Livingston vs. Nathan Rus- -
sell et al.
3 Y ORDER 01' THE COURT
Sherein dated February, 1889, I
l sell at public outcry before thel
>urt House at New'.erry, on the Firsts
oday in December, 1889, all that all
act or plantation of land in the Coun- flv
and State aforesaid, containing (150)
ae Huudred and Fifty Acres, more or
is, and bounded by lands of the late -
Tm. D. Reagin, Noah Martin, Jack
enderson, estate of Thos. D. Buzhardt,
1breath & McCaughrin and by Bush r
TERs: The purchaser has leave to Pz
y the whole bid in cash-otherwise
ie-thrd of the purchase money must
paid in cash, and the balance must -
paid in one and two years from day
sale, with interest from that date
ie credit portion secured by bond ofF
e purchaser and mortgage of the'
emises. Purchaser to pay for papers. -
SILAS JOHNiSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1889.ti<
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, se
COUNTY OF NEWBTRRY.-IN C
[arietta Patton, adm'x, vs. Joseph F.
Burton, adm'r, et al.
Y ORDER OF THE .COURT
dated 9 Nov., 1889, I willisell at
u blic outcry before the Court House at _
~ewberry, on the First Monday in
Pecember, 1889-in several lots or par
als, to be indicated by plats thereof on
aie day of sale-all that tractor plana
on of land, in the County and State1
foresaid, containing Six Hundred and
ixty-seven Acres, more or less, and
ounded by lands of J. E. Pitts, L. W. y'
'loyd, Mrs. Bettie Workman, AndrewA
.Longshore, estate of Jas. McClung,
irs.-Johnson, estate of John Satter- y'
Thite, dec'd., and other lands formerly '
elonging to the estate of Henry Bur
TERMs: The purchaser has leave to .
y the whole bid in cash- -otherwise
ne-third of the purchase ra.ney must tl
*e paid in cash, and the balance, pay- r
ble in one and two years, with inter- Si
st from the day of sale, to be secured nm
ia bond and mortgage of the prem- a
ses. The purchaser to pay for all papers si
,nd recording the same.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master,
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1889.
Goto John P. Fant's for youlrBuggies,
Vagns, Whips and1 Lap Robes. tf 1
3ER 11th, 1889 T
IRY COODS, CLOTHINC.
AND COUNTY, ONE AND
show you the Finest Line of Goods
e a line as any house. Underwea
Dress Shirts, Fannel and shirts
ie of Gents' Night Shirts, something
R COLLARS and CUFFS.
it I call special .tention. We
inest to the cheapest and the selec
he stock large. The latest novelties
ud in Collars and Cuffs also in the
! HATS! HATS!!
a big success in Hats this season.
ae carry a large line and sell them
e the latest shapes in Stiff and Soft
ell as medium goods. -
,line and intend selling it at prices
e of all the Leading Brands of Sheet
g, Ticking, Bleaching, Cambricks,
ed Homespun and all goods com
ice will not allow me to enumerate
r of goods, we extend a cordial in
id all to call when in the City and
o their advantage. We solicit your
return we intend giving the best
>ods for a less amount of money than
ty house. We are the Agents for the
)tton and you can buy it from us at
u can from the factory. One spool
every customer. Send your orders
ill receive prompt attention.
ESIRBLE REAL ESTATE
AKSLY FARM, FORMERLY
the home of L. G. Carter, de
eased, situated one mile from the
[ourishing town of Ninety-Six and di
ectly on the C. & G. R. R., is offered
or sale. The lands are divided into
bree tracts. No. 1 contains 140 2-5
cres, No. 2, 98 9-10 acres, and NO. 3
50 2-5 acres; all of which can be pur
hased together, or sold separately to
uit purchasers. Timber-ample for
11 farm purposes, and convenient to
ailroad. The above lands are s:x
iles from Greenwood, a growing een
e- of trade, and convenient to a flour
hing high school at Ninety-S.ix.
~ersons desiring to purchase can ad
VRS..MARY CARTER WALLAC -
Care of Col. G. D. Miller,
Ninety-Six, S. C.
Painting of Opera House
HE TOWE COUNCIL WILL
receive sealed bids for 'anting
he Opera House roof. Seiia .
ions can be had by calling on Win.
onson, chairman of Opera House
~ommittee. Bids will be opened on 21st.
J. S.FAIR, c. &T. T.C. N.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Lthat in pursuance of an order of
he Probate Curt forNewberry County,
. C., I will make a final settlemen t on
e estate of John B. Vance, deceased,
m Monday, December 16th, 1889,- at
0 a. mn., and immediately thereafter
pply for final discharge as admoinis
,rator of said intestate.
JOHN W. CHAPMAN,
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE AND
an acre lot in the town of Helena
will be sold cheap. For terms, etc.,
iply at the office of The Herald and *
T ALL uONCERNED:
SLL PERSONS INDEBTED TO.
the Newberry Stockbreeder's
Asiation are requested to come for
ward and settle with me without de
Lay. J. D. SMITH,
Sept. 10, 1889
10LEND on RealVs
y on farming lands. Loan to run
e years. Terms reasonable.
JONES & JONES,
H AT BEAUTIFUL AND DESIR
. able resideuce in front of the
esbyterian Church. Terms easy.
0. B. MAYER, JR.
)ctober 22nd, 1989.
IEW STORE I
HAVE OPENED A CHOICE
line of Family Groceries, Confec
meries, Cigars and .Tobacco, in
mc's Red Front Building opposite
rs. S. A. Riser's. I will make you
ppy if you give me a call, aslIwill
you goscheaper than anybody.
till and be convinced.
I will pay the highest prices for
T. G. WILLIAMS,
Min Street, Newberry, S. C.
O YOU WISH ANY OF IT ? IF
.you do, procure a policy with
L'he New York Life." It will give
>u certain protection and sure profit.
1 kinds of desirable policies written.
If you are contemplating insurance,
u will find it to your interest to
rite to, or call on
A. P. PIFER,
Newberry, S. C.
I have moved my Repair Shop from
e Pool building, Friend Street, to Mr.
obt. T. Cald well's undertaking estab
shment on Boyce Street. I will give
y attention to repairing Furniture oW
I kinds and light Machine'y. Uphol
ering done in handsome stle. All -
ork guaranteed. H. Pn [ES.
,% Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Xa.e"
You save money by buying your
lank, B29okaat "The Book Store." tf