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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two woeks-. second and fourth
Sunlays, at I11 a. li. sundaY-seho.i 14) a. Ili.
'W31. A. J ULIA N, Pastor.
office opens ....... -:-. 1 a In
efhour t-efore h arrival of
trailis per schedule, viz:
For Colum bia...................................... . :>2, a Ii
F.) Gre-zuviile a:d the west ............ 1 Ilin
Ikr CoIULI lhti..................................... 1) : y
For L urens ................................ 4 -5 y :n
Office will remain open until........... 5 :3. p it
Pl s -----................................................ 7 00:W r
ARRIVAL ANJ) DEPARTU):E OF STAR 1'('UTE
NEW:-.RRy AND uroPIA.
Leave onday nd Thursd ...............
Akrrive ond:y.. ........... 2 p in
NEW1ERRY A'Y ND W T11RE's.
Leave Tuesd:iy and Friay ..................: n
Arrive Tuesday and Friday.................. 12 m
LAURENS ANU NEWBERY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thmur*ax- and saturday... 1 p In
Ar. Tuesday. ThuLsday :nd Saturday... 12 in
R. 1oRatN.P. M1.
The Newberry cotton market as
quoted yesterday by 0. McR. HolLes
Good -Middling .
Middling 9 7-16.
Low Middling 9 3 16.
Good Ordinary S'.
"fReceipts for the week S.SS bales; since
1st 'September, 3753 bales.
TheState Convention of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union will meet
in Newberry on Noveniber 4th, 5th,
and 6th, instead of the last week in
Distinguished niembers of the organ
ization in other States will be present.
Fresh new crop Red Clover Seed.
Rubber and Leather Belting and
Packing, Cut Nails, Horse Shoes, and
a full stock Hardware and Builders'
Material at lowest prices for cash, by
St PEoPLEs & JOHNSoN.
loo Bronze Turkeys
For sale by Mrs. C. E. Lipford, Ki
nards, 6. C.
Rev. Gen. A. Wright, who served
the Newberry Baptist church during
the summer, has been called as pastor.
If he accepts he will take charge on
the first of February next. He will
continue his theological course until
Hettie Bernard Chase.
GREENvILLE, October S.-Special: I
guarantee Hettie Bernard Chase Com
pany superb, and deserves a packed
house. - E. B. BLEASE. It
Newberry Building and Loan Association.
An extra meeting of the Newberry
Building and Loan Association will be
held in Council Chambers on Tuesday,
October 14th, at 7.30 p. m. The stock
holders are earnestly urged to be pres
ent to attend to important business.
J. W. 3\. S1ooNS,
To be good natured, you should have
plenty of good wholesome food to eat.
See the stuck of McIntosh & Todd.
Next Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock,
confirmation 'and the Lord's Supper
will be administered in the Lutheran
V church. The nastor, Rev.W. C. Schaef
fer,will preae.i at night on "Christ and
the Thief on the Cross."
The Sunday-school will meet at 4
Ely's Celebrated Turnip seed.
We have a large supply. None bet
ter. For sale by
BELCHER, HoUSEAL &k KIBLER.
Curiosities of Nature.
MIaj. L. J. Jones showed The Herald
and News a few days ago a bunch
of ripe raspberries, the second crop
this year. He also had a curiosity
in the way of a tom:ato. I t resembled
very muc~h the head of a hawk, with
the~ bill so mluch like a hawk's thbat it
might be called the "Hawk Bill" va
Call at Proctor Todd's for the Bailey
Bros'. Tobacco, 40cts. tf.
B. B. Hunter keeps the best Cigars
and tobacco anld Fauey Groceries next
to Postoflice-. tf
Monument to Rev. Sidney T. Riser.
The congregation of Christ church,
Staunton, Va., have recently erected a
handsome monument over the grave of
Rev. Sidney T. Riser, who died while
pastor of the church about two years
ago. The mionunment is pure w,hite
marble resting on a granite basc. The
dates of his birth and death are carved
oin the face, and is beneath the inscrip
tion "Blessed are the dead who die in
the Lord." This is a fitting tribute to
one who was greatly beloved by the
people whom he faithfully served.
~ettse zrnard Chase
appear at the Newberry Opera
c-iFriday and-Saturday next
cle's Darling." She was in New
iast year; and her acting was the
.the season. The Rtoanoke Times
~at cit5 the-house was packed
baaring soubrette won new
a ihse oodacting was a pplaulded
and her (lancing was en
~mes. The play was one
- ~ ~~jooable of the reason.
ne Na wic calledi inl front of
-~~.--- rryO orTohE:lo, s~
- - CorNTY, }
I ENEY makes math that
se .or partne -of the firmi of
- & ('o., (doig business in
~:Toledo, CounIty and Stat
~nd that said firm winll pay
f ONE HENDRED DOL
e or each and every case of C
H that cannot be curedl by the use
.ALL's CATARRH CrmEn.
-- wor to FRAFK J1. (CHENEY.
Swr obef're me aad subscribed in
ypresence thlis day of D)ecemnber, A.
- r SAL.~A. W. GLEASON,
SEA L.Notary/ Pub/, ic.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inlterna1l
l.y and acts directly- on the blood amid
mucous sursaces of the systemi. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. JT. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
r2 Sold by Druierists, 75..
We ha.e just openit .1 a ver
handis' ule line ofl Lampts of all
kinds which wve 'op 'se to sell at
very low fig.ures. It will pay vou
to e'xaineIU 'ur1 Stock before-c barv
sider it any tr-oubei to shonw odr
R OBE RTSON & GILDERI.
For Fruits. Candies, (Can ned Gioods
and Faney Groceries go to B. B3.
VARIOUS A-ND ALL ABOUT.
Trhe weather has been delightful for
the pasr few days.
Rev. E. P. MeClintock will preach inl
the Pres byterian Church next Sunday
The primary election for Senator
takes place to-morrow.
Mr. (eo. A. Langford is Mayor pro
f/u. d-ring Mayor Goggans' absence.
The round trip from Newberry to
Charleston during "Gala week." be
gin ning Novenber 3d, will be $3.~5.
Thursdav of each week has been
selected as alliance day for selling cot
L0n. The coiimittee 'will be on hand
at Newberry every Thu;rsday.
Ie T*ustees and patrons of John
stone AeadenV are requested to nieet
this Thursdav, afternoon at the Acad
e'me%* at 3 o'clock. B'usiness of iunior
T%oOrr(w is the day for the pri
miarv in thi, ea.UntY to nUiminate a Sen
ator. There are onlv Iwo candidates
and we will not neetda second primary
unless there should be a tie vote.
Last )ionday was saledav but it was
one of the d-:llest October saiedays we
ever saw inl Newberrv. The streets
were as quiet and barren as if it had
been August or July. The weather
was too tine for cotton picking.
The town bell will hereafter be struck
every morning at 9 o'clock as a warn
inz for the cbildren who attend the
Graded School to leave home. The
school buildings will be opened at
9.10 a. rn., and school will begin at 9.30.
We understand that the faculty of
Newberry College has decided to
recormmend to the Board of Trustees
the advisability and feasibility of open
ing the college to young ladies. The
Bo,rd will meet here the last of this
Mr. John Counts, an ex-Confederate
soldier while cutting a tree last week
undertook to get out of the way to keep
the tree from falling on him and in
doing so caught his foot in some brush
and fell and oefore he could regain his
position the tree fell on him killing him
Now that the Newberry Board of
Trade has been reorganized and the
members seem in earnest and intend to
make it a success, we hope to see a quo
rum present at all the regular and call
ed meetings. The new executive corn
mittee wil! have something interesting
at every meeting.
The Graded schools now have an eu
rollment of 23( white pupils and 141 in
the colored schools. This does not in
clude the school at the factory, which
has about 30 pupils and is part of the
system. There are upwards of 400
children in the Newberry Graded
Schools. The trustees will meet next
Monday to elect a teacher to the posi
tion made vacant by the resignation of
fiss Fannie Leavell.
Iiss Alma Werber has returned from
Miss Lizzie Glenn, of Newberry, is
visiting Mliss Hattie Jones at Laurens.
Mr. J. C. Wilson, Jr., has gone to
Huntersville, N. C., to attend school.
Miss Claudia Norris has returned from
a visit to Anderson.
Dr. G. W. Garmany has gone to
Miss Hennie Robertson is attending
Converse College, Spartauburg.
Dr. Jas. H. MIntosh has returnred to
Mr. and MIrs. J. K. P. Goggans left
on Tuesday morning for Baltimore.
Mirs. J. M1. Berry, of Augusta, Ga., is
visiting her sister, MIrs. F. A. Schum
MIiss E1za Holmes, of Wilmington,
N. C., is visiting her brother, MIr. 0.
Col. Jno. R. Abney, of New York,
sp)ent Sunday in Newberry, the guest
of MIrs. 0. L. Schumpert.
Solicitor Schumpert left on Saturday
for Union. where lie is holding court
MIiss Carrie Kinard, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in Newberry this
Mir. G. E. Werber after spending a
week in Newberry have returned to
Washington the early part of this
3Messrs. W. S. Langford, J. G. John
son, J. D. Cozby, FdI. MIcIntosh and
.Jenkins Robertson are at the Citadel
Messers. W. 0. Holloway and A. M
Smith, of Chappells, and Mr. J. W.
Henderson, of the county have gone to
MIrs. Harriet Lane has gone to Hen
dersonville to see her son MIr. Frank
Lane who is quite sick.
Messrs. J. R. Green, D. M. Ward, E.
B. Blease and G. M1. Girardeau wvent to
Greenville on Truesday to attend the
To Dispel Colds.
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when
costive or bilious, or when the blood is
impure or sluggish, to permanently
cure habitual constipation, to awaken
the kidneys and liver to a healthy ac
tivity withiout irritating or wveakening
themi use yrpof Figs.
County Raised Red
Rust Proof Oats for sale
at Floyd & Purcell's.
The Three C's.
The work on the Augusta Division is
p)rogre'ssing favorably. It is p)robable
that wvhen .lhe road reaches Newberry,
it wilijoin the other roads in building
a Quion depot on Pratt street. There
is a rbblt that Boyce street wvill
be extended to Vincent street in order
to have a more convenient outlet to
Thue Blacksburg letter in the York
ville Enquirer says:
3Iesr,. nlacek, Urry-h.trt and Hairdin returnedl
last 1':ida:y l* 0on thir tripl ove~r thei. Augnta
dIiv-ion ofthe Th'-ee C'. -ailroatd. 'They repo--t
the wo-i k of g:inias pro:s e.sin:..t lie-y. Ahoit
the whjol iilne wi'l be eeady for the ties and:.ai S
byv the lirst of Ju1ly net.
The Augusta D)ivision has been I0
cated through thme town of Union. The
Times of October 3d says:
After muchl conulta:tion andl runingiu a lui:m
hr of e .j'eronileulral ,lrvey thit ote.;h totwn. 100
enigineem of the TJh-eeL C's road have :-dopted
the .ower or western route. j.a%ving iln rear ofth*e
P' esbyteriai' chlure: .t tcence thirougi a co, ner u:
iw. hou) . . ithence lot w thi e jai Ihnc e nout -th
to somie 'init ot the Spa:rt:'nhu'trg inat t~n:in
Thiere (:11nt het ti tile Oh cel ion to the t oUte
ado'p;ed. as it wil not inte' fe. e with iany p10oie -
ivin tilte i'sine- patrt of t:ie toiwi. ann e-ier oach
utpon p tvate ie'de,ice pione. ty le". t.ant anly
hie,w~een the tw'o ro:ais.. .. ...
Tie comitot''s a-e pu,initg the wo k oni the
roadt als miiy as poieble. antd the ifia,ies of
tihe cmipantiy appa m:to bi le in at11 reeh h,ealthiier
cdiio 0than :cted" (oei eelaL
Served every day atdlones'
Hestaurant. Meals fur
nished at any houir on snort
implt~es on the Face
I>)n tet ant imure state of the bloodatnd
atre lokedi uponi by manny with suspi
!t"n A 'kers I lood E!i xirt will re
inl re all i mpuiti i ies and h.ave ie comn
pl t.n oothi and clear. There is
l"t hung that will so> t horoughly bulbt
THE BOARD OF TRA E.
Re-organization-Election of Oficers-A
The Board of Trade held a meeting
in Council Chambers on last Friday for
the purpose of re-organizing for another
year. The attendance was very good
and the interest manifested, if kept up
as it should be, will make the Board 9
success and of much benefit to the
The principi:d busine;s befre the
meeting was the election of offleerS.
President Peoples declined re-election,
as also di Vice-uresident MO-Intoshl.
The tTWn nee(,s a great mjany thin,.
and these Board of Trade meetin-. i;:
the place to meet and discuss them and
talk them over.
The following olleers were elected:
President, WV. T. Tarrant; Vice-presi
dent, (. V. Sunner: Secretary and
Treasurer, E. H. Aul.
Executive Conimittee--W. E. Pel
ham. J. A. Burton, 0. B. Mayer, Jr.,
W. H. 1- un;t, jr. and Jio. C. (og,rans.
Railroad Committee-L. V. Floyd,
E. M. Evans and S. P. Jw-zer.
A Cotton Cornaittee was also eleet ed
as follows: V. T. Tarrant, L. V. Floyd
and C. E. Summer.
The proceedings of the several meet
ings of the merchants were turned over
to the Boarti and received as informi
The regular nonthly meeting will be
held on the third Monday night in this
Burglars in Newberry.
Newberry for some time has been
free from any burglars or robberies. On
Monday night, however, the residences
of Mr. J. P. Pool and Mr. J. K. P.
Goggans were entered.
Mr. Pool had taken from him about
$30 in money and Mr. Goggans about
$25. The parties entered the bed rooms
and took the money from the pockets
of the gentlemen named but troubled
nothing else. They took the clotning
out of the rooms into the halls and
took from the pockets what money
they could find. They entered Mr.
Pool's house through the window
breaking a slat from the blind and
opening the window. Mr. Goggan's
house -was entered in the same way.
Both houses had lights burning.
Nothing was known of the robbery
until next morning. Two peddlers
were arrested on Tuesday but no evi
dence was adduced against them and
they were released.
No clue so far has been obtained as
to the guilty parties.
Something About Lamps.
We are opening up an assortment of
fine Lamps at Pelham's Drug Store,
such as has not hitherto been exhibited
in Newberry. This line of Lamps com
prise Hanging, Parlor, Hall and Stand
Lamps. These were bought by Mr.
Pelham while in New York, very re
cently, at close prices from the mann
facturers. Don't buy before examining
our stock, as we guarantee low prices
and first-class goods.
Full line of Burners, Chimneys, &c.,
at PELHAM'S Drug Store. tf
A Big Show Coming.
Washburn & Arlington's Great Wild
West, Wild East, Roman Hippodrome
and Egyptian Caravan will exhibit in
Newberry on Thursday, October 16th.
The Richmond Dispatch, speaking of
the sho x, says:
Whin Mesars. Wa:-hburn & ArlingLion started
out this season thiey de,es mined to give time peo
;ie something new. anid they have dlone it.lhe
ailge show teA -:t nscp.b- of hohiling 4. (.0 p)eople
is the seats are riow l a:.ed ,iil so>on more
ae to he aidded and the teut enlarsed. A word
o ace' .:ng the liies th:'y~ c. r y. Am lage tenit
t the rear ofthe lot wa:s the-r sabl]e, and at finer
pi iug lot, of itumal.< was never %eerin
A moiomg dhe manytl fe:t:.s of the ciremts is the
Wi'd wes exhi:iti'. in witsch the 3?ext imin n
.iamns and eo whoys, t.R Dead 0:0od coach, (a gena
ine ouire. ud an old ra 'e v. gonl amppear. Th,en
he v.no,mi Urothew w o.cde I2 audai' act a.ad
ho izointal har fe. is:~ n ot .o be 0o ,:otn'n.Low
l'i. in hic. gi ent coni:d tiiiinact: them 3mein'iz: sis
er.., on t.ie oubie trepeze: I'.of. H. DeFo, -est's
2erforniing'dogs: the .1rae withz theE: camnele,
amd the great side show under the chiarge of Mi.
Sidicy Logrenia, are ali features of unusual
The Coming Season
Will no doubt be a fine one for play
ng ball. Go to the Book Store and
uy your Base Ball goods at the lowest
St. Luke's Dots.
A Farmers' Alliance has been organi
zed at Utopia Academy. The follow
igofficers were elected: J. R. Perdue,
resident; J. S. Bickley, vice president:;
.. WV. Reagin, Sr., secretary ; H. L.
Nichols, treasurer; J. C. Dominick,
The past few days of sunshine have
een taken advantage of by the farm
rs in gai,bering their crops. Corn as
,elt as cotton has been injured by tbe
Several of our young people have
egaged in business at Prosperity.
MIiss Belle Hunter is clerking at Luth
r & Hawkins'; R. S. Boozer is clerk
ng at Smith & Wearn's branch house,
nd A. E. P. Bedenbaugh is bookkeeper
t Wheeler & Moseley's. ALPH IA.
Is Life Worth Living ?
ot if you go through the .worldl a
yspeptic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
re a positive cure for the worst forms
f Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
nd Constipation. Guaranteed and
old by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler.
Admitted to Bail.
As stated in The Herald and News
wo weeks ago habeas corpus proceed
ngs were instituted in the case of
ason Summers, now in jail under sent
ence of the court for five years in the
penitentiary, having been convicted
f nmanslauhter-the manslaughter be
ng the killing of Joan A.Eeeder. An
ppeal has been taken to the Supreme
ourt. Pending this appeal the exe
ution of the sentence has been stayed.
The habeas corpus proceedings were
eard last week at Union before Judge
Wallace. In such cases as this where
he sentence is less than ten years the
risoner is emntitleod to bail under the
tatute and the Judge has no discretion
xceptin fixing the amoun t of the bond.
'he case was argued before Judge Wal
ace by MIr. J. K. P. Goggans for tL2e
State and MIr. George Johnstone for the
On Saturday night the Clerk of Court
eceived fromi Judge WVallace the order
admitting to bail. The amount of the
ond is lixed at $~>,O00.
On Monday the bond was executed
efore the Clerk and accep)tedl and
Sumtmers was releatsed from his imi
>risonment. The following are the
ondsmeni: J1. Cal. Neel, H. C. Sumi
nrs, Otto Klettuer and Geo. A. Lang
A carload of fine Kentucky horses
or sale by J1. 1). SMrrn & (Co. tf
Have you road "Looking Backward''
ad "MIarie Ba:shkirtseff?'' 1If not, go
o the Book Store and get themt at
We Can and Do.
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it
as been fully demonstrated to the peo
ple of this cotuntry that it is superior to
ll ot he.r preparations for blood diseases.
t is a po~sit iv cure for syplhilitie poison
mi, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples.
t purifies the whole system and
horoughly builds up the constitution.
At Belcher, Houseal & Kibler's.
A Child Kiled.
Another child killed by the use of
,pitt _r~e nthe form of Soothing
svu.n vm>tesgiv ter id
yhen they can relieve the child of its
peculiar troubles by using Acker's
Bahy Soother. It contains no Opium
r Mforphine. Sold by Belcher, Hlouseal
Helena Heraldin;A and News Note-.
_Mrs. Catherile Pitts went to Columi
bia Saturday on a viit to her ilatives.
Mr. T. P. Lane caic up Saturday
from Columbia to spend a day or two
with his family.
The young people had a social at Mr.
J. D. Shoeklev's Moidav ight.
The circle will meet lo-iiigit at Mr.
There are three studencits from here
to N eW berry (Uol le l ad 1e1vral pupis
to the (rl'ded SNoVi. When !hall we
have a sehool lrv for the younger
We had the Np ".- r yesrday Of
nieetinga frie.-i o .u r l& bI.- -
Dr. T'. A. L:t Nr. rC f a(lt-toi
ILt 110W Ot Pe: 1o:a, Fia. it ha beel
about thirty lsars since last we met,
but he has not changd. The bright
aid gentle boy has .ir'Ily given place
to the CulitU-e.l, 1e-iial ntil l ne
doctor I rIS SV'; Feln Ilentaialand bat
talion f1,gs which hie ...4av tl the ilit of
the evacuation of Ili,:m -d, Ing thenII
in chalrge of tIIe ( ' Iiat- hos
pit:s. HIe will pre.,-clt im to the
State through SentorI emlChiii.
Thle laver meetingS will again be
hid in the p)Aivate houses. T!ne of
mleeting- half-l'as" seven --illd y. IJIht1.
As our streets iave no lanii's it was
thought best to make the el. wa- ft-r
the winter motiths. The met0ig last
tSunday night was at Alrs. Ctal's cot
tage and it was an intlECeSttg one.
Four reutleinel ok part briefly ill the
service of tie iouir. Ali:s Sallie Kihler,
at the organ, was asistvd in the sing
inlg Ly several yoUlng ln lies d an r A
thur Kiblei. Tne service was coi
ducted by Mr. Sl-eiy. Subject- ;i yer.
I Rev. Mr. Bowers closeil the meeting. A
cordial invitati.on is extended to all to
attend the next meeting at Mr. Kib
ier's. SaSs SoraI.
The Master made to sales on Monl
day. The one adverti,,ed was continued
The sheriif mlade the sales of land
delinquent for taxes.
Oie lot in the city of Newberrv as
sessed to Lucy Coleman. To 1. 11.
Wheeler for $.65.
One lot in the city of Newberry as
sessed to Wade Coleian. To 1). H.
Wheeler for $10.05.
One lot in No. 5 Township, contain
ing 75 acres, more or less, assessed to
Julia A. Whitman, deceased. Seventy
three acres of it to C. J. Purcell for
$13, the amount of taxes and cost.
One lot in No. 4 Township, contain
ing 85 acres, more or less, assessed to
Mary A. Glenn, deceased. Forty-uine
acres of it to S. E. Kennerly for $15.68,
the amount of taxes and cost.
One lot in No. 3 Township, contain
ing 89 aeres, more or le-s, assessed to
M. E. Uotshall. To J. N. Martin for
One lot in the town of Chappell's,
No. 7 Township, assessed to E. U. 0'
Conor and E. Bailey. To J. N. Mar
tin for $7.85.
Heraldings From No. G.
Rains have held up for a few days,
and as the colored people usually say,
a dry drouth would be very acceptable
The corn crop is pretty badly dam
aged, and cotton has suilered severely
from the rains.
A few oats have been sown, but owing
to the pressure in the cotton fields,
oats will not be sown-as soon as usual
A good deal of sickness in the com
Our~people are becoming interested
in the Senzatorial race, and each side
will fight man fully for their friends.
No. 6 has quite a numberofanti-Till
man men, but she has not a single
vote for .Judge H askell or any inde
pendent ticket. We entered the fight
like men, got w bippedl out of our boots
and expect to st:nzd squarely to the
The tax on b!nder twine reduced
and the tax on cottonl ties increased.
Where does the fr iendly shake of the
Western H-ousiers over the dark
waters come in ?
The writer InIade a flying visit to
Walhalla last week; wais vcry much
pleased with the town and vicinity,
(especially the woinen). WValhalla has
the mcst equitable climate in the State,
and if her buisiniess men realize the
situation she can become one of the
best summer resorts in the State. Cot
ton arounn WValhalla is about as hune
as any in New berry, except it is a later.
Mrs. Bettie Hair is visiting friends
and relatives in the township.
Miss Mary Burton will take charge
f the Trinity school ; Miss Mamie
Clary, the Smiyrna ; Miss Aliee Brown,
the Senu ; Miss F'annie Jobhnstoni, the
Cleland schools during the next session.
Don't know wvho will take charge of
the Dominick and Reederville schools
Rtainfatll for September was 8.82 in
hes. Mean emp leraIturie 70.3; 1highest
88 ; lowvest 50 ; range :3. It rained 1.24
inches in :; mintutes on the 8th.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the wvorld for ('uts, Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rhieuta. Fever Sores, Tet
ter, Chapped Hlands, (1hi!blainzs,. Cornts and
all Skin Eruptions. and pos:tively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is auaranteed to
gjve perfect satisfaction. or money refouded
P'rice 2.5 cen ts per box. For sale by Robert
soi & Gilder.
Fine Kentucky Brook Mares for sale
at the stables of J. D. Sutrrr & C~o. tf
There would be far less complaint
against the whiskey business if people
who dring would demand a fine whis
key, of..a standard brand, and accept
no other. There are many straigh t and
well matuzred whiskies on the miarket,
but no other stands so high with the
medical fraternity, and wvit h coninois
seurs, as the celebrated L. W. H ARPEIR
WusKEr, of Nelson County, Kea
Tfhe genuinze r. W. HARPER IS so'd
only by TrHOS. Q. BOOZER,
Newhberry, S. C.
FIor rhleunmatie and necuralgic pains,
rub in Dr. J. H-. McLean's Volcanic
Oil Liniment, and take Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's SarsaparilIla. You will not suff'er
long, wvill be gained with a speedy and1(
A pleasant and certain cure
for DiaribwQa, Dysentesy,. Chol
era Morbus and all affections of
the Stomach and Bowels.
Prepared and sold at
ROBERTSON & GILDEWS
C:orner Drug Store
A bsolutely Pure.
A cream of tairtar baking powder
Highcst of all in leavening strength.
L.S. G overn"?n ntRport, Aug. 17, 'S9
1.aa :s ew erry c ('nm r amr .
in the ('ourt. H1ou1se. onii: yVetober
'a]1. l'n S"even)ty-twouL delegtt Swere
pre:-nt, epresntin: tw no ruba!I
rI'--Id Vi: li 1i I'FS, I'--ia:l:l: n rlad
in*,tesing \'1 - \ ''l en1ru.i: re iri o
t 4ea le ',ra oullook :nin finnii! oi;i
:Iaainu :-; Ir-r of ; : a: i r
i i i : :c e w u l w el
haii! enltaeaii :- o o .l
;./m, Th t a :n - h e
he aplt'1 ri' i' a'"ana( - v.ith'''~ the
:aidrel --: to Ia' rti- eie - o :x e . eral
t I -:.i La e i I be co u I . l , i e
if wi;-oh w y -.ie:clnn i her
h,e\ap r t 1 "h 1 allI:- r h
a - h : I :, -.
Naeiltt zilid J. 11 '.(
I ich Ii:%v-atll a
: A 1- ' 1 h 'c.-era
()a~roIa 0. t,1Si va izev. r1.. K0i
te. at tie Lut ihlertl pan:: ae I i. WX.
R. MItalittt r,'Id !nQ; 'iIa A. WXheeler
dat; hetl r o ' C d. A. i:. %*h:eIL - 11 Of
cprtl her (i, 1-rY11. a- N. T. A.
'Mooert, -'\t. A. .Ih inofAbvle
and . iss Carri Adams-. of
SepM[tembler 1.'L. iIC), I:%* iaW.N.
FIor ies, H erd. :or-e W. !I-.id 1d
'a-ks aMIattie Caidwell, bth of New
berry Coui n . .
Mr. NN'. L. Lake d(iid ll Newberr
on Mon)Iday, October Gth, of coi)sunlip
tioll, agc(l 3'] yaris. HeI was thle eld-St
son (of our' to,wnsinatil, mr. wV. .,. Y.ake.
gs. Anii. Bowman. divd rt th res>i
dence of her g'andson, Mr. (1T-s. A.eI
Bowman, o haturday, October .5th,
aged 8 n years.
Mr. H. of Cii.ts RidieAu.er died ot
ishome i -No. 11 ownshipon 'rhurs
daY October 2nd, i-edl aby ut T. Vears.
\orNId'e ube was in est . iable young
man, and a good and true friend of
ours, an we mb er . re1ret Il death.
To his family ard friends we extend
our 3vp1at y in teir loUr of bereave
This rineclW is Iecoddin-4 Ne w nrow
an io odpiar LS to neel was pecai meles
t-i. AlW IIV IeISCII Eow anric Jdi;d res.sing
die sce sozif a wirer gIr.4a.i i.
does noat exit .ail it is miia.raieci ito oall
that it C;LSik . I at rac y, r cb w; 5 th, alI
diieascs of thet L iver ai(I KidnevsL'. wffl re.
move pimp,, C ats. ,dt hen. wid other
his om(e it. In Nllo. Iv .al( 11 O o. il 1 urI
mcan,ICl andhe a'good an ,td tslrue friend o
Lu symp a inhi ho.urbi ofbrae
ThsC-(a reItly.'aI isa becoming' i o w' 'l knowniti
un l o puar as:' toi need noW spcalaV trwn-a
i'.'All woua l:ave ueii Eltecythrieb iir aing
aiea m on ov p-;se. he ur er on liciner
oes not exis 'I!1-tafl t i guaratetl odol
hat- it htam e.a: :. iCe rUia'rs wll.e: sall
Ilcasest fotfb tl Livr anti K idnys. we0 ill re.
: e.a a Paip.ls, Bois, salt. l I e a'l.tlie
laaa fromI the, ryste j a ndI' preve tawll
aIhe iontipai ion a ndat o:S ion 1ry E'lD e
.re Bi e re . L e seisf$ imgu1rate
'ttlie at'let.so CaG:le's Drs o e.ng
rem onumar I:uable '?yrdpeedn,frd
-y~nrea thatllwi Ar C.II.x warrs,
sill out L'I ona.,l 0:e al pl. icirum,io
]iortes< wms a lieurs: he ar:angpie
en:. oi:f 3-.E tr garde w11( hmev cor
tm:ic the dveriee 1h.elor o' ervarm
Mount ,A-tino. ruino evae rofAle.fl
aesroi in he la e:.' :ut they te
Hao t ote mben :o the Cric:shn w r>c
ftose yeuta n woa.VC1:n e pri el for
essnd fo1beverWs an aimnt1ys inne
the rnks o. f e,oliers and -:aver, saale
otte of .rge bo.storlads '1.sv
-emarkabwold ben peeda etafr to
t,en not ediat:wlbeirAues atria wa
aidt in rdte for of)1 a pltrmlar
pisony lak"t anof areit and faeed
wiocrd ae broas fashluresed the rne
niet of the COardens, andl legion-.
\It thorsa bynto eta of Alxan
( er0 "witacty inth rigt and ad.
ot5o uthemr fteCnhn tre.
Foe ethdserenpri evafr
sts afn'd fer for aihetsa thiued
het rank the seocric an' slave
OePof Dr. WesItmoeIns ality
Joni wou l: ha beend;as necta toe
Iatedeiity pro1sint rion, rstre ste
frmpewe,ry dyspepsi, invIisoratedte
toabideso th ioera cquern ins.
J F. J C.\LD ELL.ISH EREB
.andnouncedin tor the tse,natsb
enyet prmplyo the KtcPidys,ec
ace anduneedrs a cndidae far the
ceocrti iation u fof Fighe ente
roml rewery outy, aind eie proe
c:tabide to hemaic prmy.n
Bots ctihe metd truldbceslts ihnt
entlycye prproly on the monest
Leier and Bowels,llestanes, ss
tman eelleant duispes codm ed-i
toches and heve adei cure habta
cstiaiyrup of Figs is the n 0
ny reed botte its allingve drg
gits.Arlable stmcromp:t mh
may nto hv ohand w eeil pro-t
eft proptdly fromthoe wmo
ihetor and Doeebl notacet any
soalbstitute.d i te os
CApLIFrNIAed FInown. Co
bvrp No FAs isCO Co ALe.n. 0
and'8Vbotesby. al lJeadn dOrKug
SAN FR A f/CISCO, C A.,
inmmrntt xv. ... IIEW v2RK. N.K
AM NOW RECEIVING THE
LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES
EVER OFFERED IN NEWBERRY.
IN SOLID GOLD,
CASES, OF ALL STYLES,
H UNTING AND OPEN FACE, FOR
LADIES MEN AND BOYS.
And if you cannot come in person,
Watches sent C. 0. D. to any part
of the country, with privilege of ex
anination before paying for them,
when 51) cents accompanies the order,
which will be deducted from the bill.
State the amount you wish to pay for
a Watch, as I can furnish them at any
price, from the cheapest made up to
fN THIS LINE I KEEP A LARGE
- . Stock of
A ND R-OLLED) PLAT.E
IN RINGS, PINS, EAR-DROPS,
BRACELETS, SCARF PINS,
STEDD)S, IN SETS AND
SINGLE, GENTS' VEST
UEEN AND FOB CHAINS,
CHARMS, LO(CKETS, GOLD
AND) SILVER TH[DIBLES,
CUFF'S AND COLLAR -
DIID I HEAR YOU S \Y? WELL, i
I have themi now-and don't you
rom the cheapest Nickel Alarm Clock
p. I have a nice line and at prices
ever before sold at in this market.
Why buy a clock from a peddler and
ay him t wo or three times as much as
sell them?~ Save your hard-carned
(10!1 rs by buying from me.
TN GOLD, STEEL AND RUBBER
Frames at all prices. Styles, quali
ies and colors to suit everybody, old
mnd young, big or little, white and
X X X X( X X X
*All Goods Sold Warranted as
Reresnted. My Experience of :i.
ears in the Jlewelry Bu,sinmess enables
ne1 to t-ll my custoniers whether an
riicle is~ Solid or Plated, and they
I MAKE A Sl'ECIALTY OF IRE
pi, rin Fine anid (Complpicated
Watcheis. Cl1oeks and .Jecwel ry, and my
rices are as lowest as anyv other first
I doi all my own work, and do not
haye to senid it o0l to be done. I have
t:he latest and moist improved tools and(l
s nothing but ti e b t nmaterial in
ny) work,ad e g unt ly I amn able
g ive enIt resatisfation&.
All 31ail and E:xpress Orders will
-k eIl) ro'nyPt atte !tioni. Selectiont
aekages of Watches or JTewelry will.
e sent to parties furnmishingr satisfac
tory references on receipt of order.
be cid forO!d Gold or Sil'ver
Jpf~ Pn. -AlMAc
WE HAVE MOVED
To Nos. 168 and 170 Main Street,
NEXT TO THE COMMERCIAL BANK,
COL~CTM~BIA, S. C..
WE, EPSTIN BROS.,
AltE NOW PREPARE) TO SHOW OUR LINE OF GOODS TO
BETTER ADVANTAGE THAN HERETOFORE,
as we have a much better place and two distinct deartments, and a much
larer stoek to select from. We are receiving daily our Fall anc.
WTinter Stc0]T, consisting of
TPje Yej Latest stuis i Dhess Ras1,
AN) ALL GOODS PERTAINING TO THE DRY GOODS BUSINESS.
OUR D40MESTIC DEPARTMENT is full up with all kindsof
Bleachings. Sheetings. Shirtings, Che,ked Homespun, Cotton
Flannel. Red Flannel, Jeans, Cassimeres, Tickings, Hickory
CUR STOCK OF CORSETS is complete; and we are free to
say that we carry the largest line in the city in the following makes -
Dr. Warner's Health, Coraline. Abdominal, Nursing, and in
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets: the same also in the H. & S.
a very fine Corset. We have the Finest Line of Black and
Colored Corsets ever shown in this or any other city.
AN ENDLFSS VARITY OF csiery,, G-I V es
CLlars, C.ff, nc1].erch3iefA
<:We Offer Mt1e greatest Values in ToW0ls !bo
Extra Large Size only 2.5 cents each. Doylies and Napkins the same.
OUR CLOTHIG, BOOT fQD SHOE
(AL80 OUR FURNISHING GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN)
IS IN THE ADJOINING STORE, NO. 370,
Where we can show one of the nicest selected stocks of Clothing in the city,
Prices Which Defy Competition T
We are offering great bargains in Boots and Shoes for Men, Wonen and
Children. Having bought all our Shoes in the Mid-Summer, before tLe advance
in the Leather Markct, which advanced Shoes 15 to 25 per cent., we can afford
to sell them at low prices.
OUR CENTS' FURNISHINC COODS
1N ALLz ZE xAzTST STYrS
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Half Hose, Undervests, and in
'act the whole line through.
Thanking one and all for your kind patronage, and desiring :a continuance of
he same, we remain
PS TIN BROS.
168 and 170 lamn Street, Next to Commercial Bank,I
S~COLUMBIA, S. .
MUSIC PUPILS. REMOVAL.
fRS. J. M. KIBLER DESIRES THAVE CHANGED MY PLACE
L.pupils in Pianoforte Harmony . of business from the J. D. Cash
nd Theory, Guitrv, or Sight-singing. building to the office lately occupied by
mnplovs the methods of the New En- Dr). Simpson Pope, on Friend Street,
and Conservatory, Boston. two doors below the Observer office,
where I will kee on hand a full line
JUST PUBL!SH ED of Domestic, ?)vi, New Home,
Wheele'- Wilson, adother Sewing
Machines, also some of the best makes
i short no.ice, and satisfaction guaran
Containing life-pictures of the olden teed on all sales. If you want a Sew
ime, Biographies, Historical Sketches ing~ Machine, Organ, or Piano, don't
f Schools, Churches, ard the College. fafi before purchasim to cal on
300 closely printed pages, handsomely D-B HELR
BY JOHN B. CARWILE, Am 1 9 11
it ani Introduction by J. F. J. Cald- ii
The author has been collecting ma
eral for the work for the last five --- -r
ears. For sale at Book-store of Z. F. mHIS VALUABLE WORK IS
Vright, Newberry, S. C. Price $I.50. Inow going through the press, and
>ent by matl, postage paid, on receipt will be ready for subscribers in No
f price. vember.
FIRE CYC ONESAND Besides the original Annals of Judge
'RE YC O E A DO'Neall, this book will contain the
TORNADOES. names of all the volunteers who went
W E WOUL D RESPECTFUL LY from New berry District to the war wih
inform the public that we are pre- Mexico; it will contain the names of
>ard to insure property against loss by all from the County who were in, the -
ire, Cyclones and Tornaidoes. Confederate ser vice in any capacity
Your patronage is solicited, that is, all whose names the compiler
BURTON & WILSON, Agents. has been able to procure-with the cas
Newberry, S. C. ualties that happened to them; it will
contain an accour .a of the heroic death
0ACL Tof Calvin Crozier, who died that an
other might live; it will containa
jsketch of the trying times of the Re
It wvill contain some Revolutionary
BARGAINS T ncoeIn scraps of history, not
--AT-- the State, or of the United States. It
Jt will tell of Emily Geiger and her peril
l' * Ious ride. It will contain sketches of
~Iiner &Jaluesol' 5differentscn of the cae ount ofethe
scoosecn of the cae ount oBethe
I hCdD 0 , Academy, of the religious deno.ina
ry Goos, o 9 tions, of benevolent societies, of Miss
of changes in business and business
bat and Shoe Store. Eret hi;cnt;fayhs.h
______________Itwill co itain some account of War
ECLb SPECIAL ATTEN-bewnthSaes
toou'LOTHING DEPA RT- Nri h ieaueo h onr
~IE NT. Our line of Business Suits,fogte,btscinsfthtwl
>th in Cutaways adScs opie
il the last styles, and will be sold at w! erltd oeacuto h
mall nrofits. See our line of Prince odtms sse hog h yso
Ibert'Suits. Boys' Knee Pants Suits dme,wlbegvn
n great variety. Examine our Boys' Ithsbeteaiofhecmlr
Underwear. Underwear. cm- tnadwr frfrnei
Never before have we shown you hitrofNwryCun.
uch a full line of these goods. You Anasteumrofcpepitd
an get any kind you need. esn h ihcpe ogv hi
Hat Department. nms ta al a,t r onA
\ll the latest shapes as they appear in t UL&HUEL
hsbranch oIf our b)usiness. Onily 3A Lr4 TIEIS
eliable goods are said( and at very lowv
ri'es. You are earn1ct ly mvited to; E INSADBLR,
all and see this stock before ma,:kingi ai
wrhlase. A MIL,RST IL,
MINTER & JAMIESON. sl nti tt.We o u
NQTICE. n itk.
'N1Frso IlIOLDING;Wiefrou rcs
: il.s. Munt% or demands of anyCOTNG S
and~ :nainstN Newberry County, which ad
ae not been: prcoent~ed, are required
iv law to depo-it the same with theCTONP SE,
inder-igned on1 or before the first dayAtbtofire. '
> Novemiber, or that they may be ex
Ioined and ordered to be paid at the /p DfAIf'A.
mnual mneeling, which will be held on V i PLfIII 7nt~.
he 4th of Nevenmber.
GEO. B. CROMER, CLMt ~ ~ >
Clerkof teBord. Nome Offe anderactyo t hon
Seo.rgotten,t.Va bu.pcmn fta wil