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S'" SpeechMb7 a JaNe-orIn the Chapel tf
g Xewbery Cofegse.
Here within these walls we and our
haeworshipped for thirty
ears. There from that sacred desk,
hweavlistefied tothe morning lessons
"=$om the holy Scriptures. Here we
havesung the-sweet- songs of Zion in
concert. Here we have lifted our
humble supplteation to the
+ Catarand Preserver-of all
Here we have developed our
, inds,i .Iurder that -we might battle
4 a lywith the great contests.of
1h?EHe-- ws have formed character
iofuhIt6we trust we shall never be
t-- asbasro nerewehavetaken the last
=a r -upon sweet companions, entering
arnaof prac ' life. "Our feet
Bl0stand within thy gates, Oh,
erniia." "They shallprosper that
re'hee." "Peace be within thy
-~ " aland prosperity within thy pas
- ndeed, Newberry College has
the great nursery In which, many
Sounggeniuses of South Carolina and
4t e sister States have been fostered.
Her past history is a glorious one.
Berresent Is most fattering. And
Swee every reason to believe that
tfftre attainments will outstrip
?K * w Among her Alumni we find many
-noble and'useful men, and the church
m thiacountry cannotover estimate her
enefits. It has felt her powerful arm
titnmes of need. Some of the most
renowned ministers of the gospel in
this and in other States have gone out
from these walls. They are, indeed, to
be fpund in a number of our Southern
States to-day, standing upon the walls
of Zion, crying aloud and sparing not.
Think of the souls they are the means
4r =of saving! Think of the paan, the sor
rowand the affliction that they are
aleviating! Think of the advantage
of their Intellectual and social culture
tothe-people with whom they are as
sedated! Whocan calculate the magni
nisters are doing for the good of hu.
v. anity? It is' with becoming pride
that Newberry College can look upon
the great work that she has done for
-- . the church. If she had done nothing
more, she would deserve the hearty
support and patronage of all right
But her efforts have gone beyond
this sacred-function. The medical pro
fessions in this and in other States, owe
her homage. Some of their brightest
:lights were kindled within her walls.
Each professor in his respective de
partment, adding a flame here and a
flame there, until these intellectual
lights shine forth with dazzlng splen
dcr. Who can estimate their influence
- - upon- the minds of men? Who can
count the youths that these :successful
teacers have influenced to attend this
- ad other colleges? Neither does her
wuritstophere. Her Alumni are to be
found In almostevery vocation -In life.
Scores-of them to-day- are occupying
high and honorable positions In the
world--positionsof dignity-profit and
of-trust. She-ladolng a great work in
-elucatngyoungmen for the profession
of teaching. Our country Is in great
m:. eed of educated teachers. One of the
reasons that:our common schools are
no better and have so little system, is
because of uneducated teachers. The
average student of the common schools
csanot enter the first college class
We are persuaded'that this very fact
keepsa great many students from colz
leg.. Numbers of excellent teachers
of South Carolina and Georgia and
other States can point with pride to
Newberry College as their alma mater.
These teachers are doing a great work.
And they are capable of making their
Influene felt here in this college.
Having become acquainted with
the method of training here-having
aig-become acquainted with the
curriculum and with the proficiency
necessary for entering one of the eol
legeclases they can gradetheir schools
accordingly. And.not only so, but by
being eminently successful in this pro
fession, others seeking lice training
will find their way to Newberry Col
Having casually glanced at the past
achievements of our loved old college
and what she is doing, we are forcibly
remindedof our duty to her as students.
Fer requirements are just and right
and are for our good.. We must be
loyal to her, therefore, if we would be
successful in life. Our young lives
- having budded and blossomed into
-- manhood, nurtured by her fostering
care, we owe her homage that we can
never fully repay. If we a~re unfaith
ful and disobedient to her discipline
whilst yet within her protecting infiu
ence how can we reflect credit upon
her when we have severed our connec
Stion with her? If we would influence
others to seek her benefits, we must
show to them that we ourselves have
Kbeen benefited. Suppose every five
students we have would influence one
student to return with them. We
would havel20 students instead of
100. Therefore, when weare away from
college, let us not bring disgrace upon
her lair name. This would be the
most unkind cut of all.
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BRADFIELD WULATOR CO.,
Jay Gould and Beigion.
LNew York Sun.]
As a matter of course, several of the
preaches of New York and Brooklyn
moraszed over Jay Gould and his
careerin their sermons of last Sunday,
and probably the same theme was dis
cussed in hundreds of other pulpits of
the. Union and the same conclusion
reached, thAt his methods of accumu
lating a fortune were positively
unchristian and -satanic. A woman
spiritualistic'medium reported on Sun
day evening that she had received a
communication from the unseen world
expressing grave doubts as to his soul's
Mr. Gould's own pastor, the Presby
terian Dr. Paxton, did not refer to the
dead man directly, but he called for
more charity for those who fail to attain
the Christian ideal. The perfection of
Christ; he said, is unattainable. I t the
most, men can only approximate to it.
They can only try overcome their nat
ural tendency to sin, confessing their
inability~ to succeed with -a broken
heart and a contrite spirit..
Among Dr. Paxton's herears was
Mr. Russell Sage, so long and so inti
mately associated with Mr. Gould, and
whose own fortune,. simultaneoiy
accumulated, is one'of -the greatest of
this country. At the close of the ser
mon Mr. Sage partook of the com
munion, he being astaach Presbyterian
in full fellowship. The late Daniel
Drew, one of the sharpest of the Wall
street operators, but who was forced to
succumb before the greater skill of Mr.
Gould, was in his time a very enthu
siastic Methodist. He was noted for
the fervency of his prayers and for the
passion of his exhortation to sinners.
Mr. Gould himself wasdeeply interested
in the subject of religion, more espe
-ially during the last years of his life.
He was a diligent atten'dent upon the
services of Dr. Paxton's Presbyterian
Church, and his religious belief was
unaffected by the skepticism of these
days. A little essay on the-Atonement
which he wrote in a lady's album is
described as remarkable for its deep
devotional spirit and orthodox faith.
He died in that faith. So far as we can
learn, there was not a trace of infidelity
in him. His religious belief. was as
orthodox as President Patton's or Dr.
John Hall's. He believed in the Bible
as the infallible Word of God, in the
life eternal, in future rewards and
punishments, and his own everlasting
accountability for his course and con
duct in this temporal life.
It was never charged against Mr.
Gould that he was a hypocrite. No
body could. be further removed from
hypocrisy than he was. He was not a
man of any pretensions whatever. He
never toDk any pains to change the in
jurious estimate of him which prevailed
throughout his successful career. He
left people to draw their own conclu
sions from his acts, and persistently
followed the line of conduct he had set
out for himself. He did not seek to
conciliate public opinion, though-his
reputation frequently was a serious
obstacle to his success, even although
the terror of him which it incited may
have been of advantage to him some
times in carrying out his schemes.
Such a man would- not be likely to
profess a religious belief which was not
sincere. Mr. Gould must therefore
have expected, during the later years
of his life certainly, that his record on
earth would come before the Judgment
Seat of God at the last day. He must
have felt that the material treasures
he accumulated here were worthless as
compared with the spiritual treasures
he must lay up to escape the eternal
punishment in which he believed..
Is it probable, then, that this man,
so distinguished among his cotem
porares for looking calmly ahead at
the logical consequences of what he did,
was persistently conscious of yiolating
the laws of God so flagrantly as these
preachers now.accuse him of having
done? Could he have gone down to
death with the conviction that he was
the black and preeminent sinner whom
their words condemn to eternal punish
ment for his awful misdeeds?
These are hard questions to answer,
and they come up when we reflect on
the careers of many other strict reli
gious believers besides Jay Gould .
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WILL DIE IN A GLASS JAR.
The Device a Spiritualist Has diade to Keep
His Spirit a Prisoner.
MUSKEGON, Mich., Dec. 4.-George
Francis Dobson, a spiritualist of this
city, has perfected a scheme,.he thinks,
by which he hopes at death to be able
to prove positively to those still in the
material state that his spirit exists. He
went to Pittsburg a short time ago and
obtained a large glass cylinder, so con
structed that it can be sealed air tight
quickly. In this cylinder he has sus
pended with fine copper wires two
pieces of metal so light that they may
be broght in contact with each other
by the slightest motion of air within
the cylinder. Wires pass through the
cylinder, one being connected with a
battery and the other with a telegraph-.
ic instrument. He has made arrange
ments for his friends, just before the
spirit leaves his body, to seal
him in the cylinder, ro that his
spirit may be kept from departing and
at the same time be enabled by a series
of systematic disturbances of the air'
within the cylinder, to communicate
with his friends through the telegraphic
instrument. He is dying with con
sumption, and the public probably will.
not Jhave long to wait for the test of his
experiment. If it sho'uld prove sue
cessful, his friends are pledged after
three days to unseal the cylinder and
allow the spirit to depart and then seal
up and bury the remains.
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call and settle the same at once as we
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Don't put this matter off, but call at
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RELICS OF WASHiNGTONr.
Historic Correspondence Sold for Fanc
PHILADELPHIA, December 6.-On
of the most important sales of Was:
ington relics in years occurred in thi
city to-day. The relics belonged to th
estate of the late J. C. McGuire, <
Washington, B. C., and included
large proportion, if not all, the corre
spondence, between Washington an
Madison, notably the letter written t
Madison in 1792, containing the outlin
draft of a personal farewell address wril
ten when Washington entertained th
idea of declining a renomination to th
Presidency. The Lennox Library a
one time offered g2,500 for this letter
wanting it as a companion to Wash
ington's final farewell address, nos
held by that institution. The lette
was sold for $1,325 to an agent who de
clined to Rtate for whom the documen
Another letter, written by Rev. Ja
cob Duche, urging Washington to foi
sake the idea of colonial union an
come into the fold of Great Brit'an, wa
also bought by an agent for $6550. 1
letter to Col. Richard Butler in relatioi
to Arnold's treason brought $110; an
Washingtou's letter vindicating him
self from accusation of disloyalty mad.
by the British Capt. Asgill, brough
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to be found in the tamaeh and itver
than &e uao rlht ad ail .e woL
two to foor PfLU twice a daf for a shoet time
Will remore the sdfi, rd essors the saserr
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Of an druggise. Price 25 ons a box.
-New york Depot, $6$ Can St.
Tutt's Tiny Pills'
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I OR ANT AUTHORIZED AGEN'
will be at the following places a
the times named for the purpose of tali
ing return of personal property for th
At Newberry from January 1st 1
Deadfall, January 16.'
Spearmans Store, January 17.
Chappells, January 18.
Longshores Store, January 19.
Jalapa, January 20.
Whitmires, January 21.
Maybinton, January 23.
Glymphville, January 24.
Walton, January 25.
Pomaria, January 26.
Jolly Street, January 27.
Slighs, January 28. .
William Long's, January 30.
St. Lukes, January 31.
Prosperity, Februairy 1 and 2.
And at Newberry until February 2(
after which time the law reuires a pei
alty of 50 per cent. to be aded.
All notes and mortgages and money
are taxable, and all persons between th
ages of twenty-one and fifty are liabl
to poll tax unless exempt by law.
W. C. CROMER,
A. N. C.
B Y ORDER OF THE PROBAT
Court we will sell on Tuesday, th
27th day of December, 1892, at the lat
residence of Henry Hendrix, now de
ceased, at 11 o'clock a. m.
2 Mules, 1 wagon, Farming imple
ments, Buggy, Corn and ,Fodder.
TERMS of sale: Cash.
T. F. HENDRIX,
Administrators of the Personal Ei
tate of Henry Hendrix, deceased.
NOTICE 08 FINAL 8ETTLEMN
O)N THE 28TH DAY OF Dl
cemnber, 1892, I will make a fin,
settlement of the estate of Andres
Cromer, deceased, and apply for a fin:
discharge as adminstrator. Persor
holding claims against the estate mui
present the same to G. G. Sale, Esq
my attorueyV, 0n or before said date.
JAMES W. CROMER,
THOS. S. SEASE,
ttoraUB at Law
NEWBERRY, S. C.
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-Hosieryof all kinds.
Neckwear for men, women
for the housekeeper. Can
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e Fancy Furnishings,
e Combs, Brushes,
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Examine The' Standard
. BEFORE BUYIN M QTHEL
Still in the Lead.
With the best and largest assortment
in Men's, Youth's and Boy's Fall and
Winter Clothing that has ever been
shown in the State. My counters are
loaded down with not only the latest
styles, but the latest production in
weave, cQlor and pattern which are
numerous in designs. This stock can
not be excelled for quantity, quality,
style and price. The double-breasted
sack suits are in the lead-this season,
but closely followed by the single
breasted square and round cut. In
eutaway suite the Three-button Cuta
way Coat will be the popular coat in
this style of garment, while the shapes
in cutaways will-be found in stock to
suit the taste of 'my customers. This
stock consists of Homespun, Cheviot,,
Cassimeres, silk Mixtures and Melton
for business. For dress suits in Cut
aways Prince Arthur and. Prince
Albert you will find the popular Clay's
Black Diagonal, Simonies Whip Cord
and Corkscrews, these are the correct
In furnishing goods,my stock is made
attractive by its g oality and prices of
Underwear, &c., usually found in this
lepari ment. My line is complete in
every detail showing you all the latest
novelties that are out for the season. I
am still agent for the Dr. Jaeger Sani
tary Woolen System of Underwear.
Orders for ladies, gents or ebildren sill
be attended to promptly. I have
taken the agency of the celebrated
Harderfold Hygienic Underwear which
is recommended by eminent pysi
eians as W. B. Taylor, A. N.''ly
George Howe, Jr., and Francis D.
Kindall, of Columbia, S. C., but for
the want of space could give-the.names
of physicians in nearly every county
in the State.
In Neckwear- I have not only the
best, but the largest display of the
latest colors and patterns, showing
everything that is correct in style and
My Hat department is filled with all
the latest shapes and colors in soft and
stiff Hats. In Boys' and Children's
Hats and Caps I am sbowing all the
latest novelties and styles, -making the
largest and best assorted line ever
shown in the city. Call and see what
is in store for you here. Nc w don't be
backward about coming here, but come
right in and it will give me pleasure in
showing you the stock.
M. L. KINARD,
Coles -m1bia, S. O.
?Opposite Grand Central HoteL
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Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
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Comforts, Blankets, and a tho
and one articles needed in a house,
to be retailed at lowest manufactur
ers' prices. We have controlof the
largest factories in theU. 8 ., and
can quote you prices that-will open
your eyes in wonder and conince
you that we are giving the best val
ue ever offered in this land.
Special Offer To. L
neighborhood in the quickest poesi
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Bedroom Suite eomplete,-- consi
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high head, One Bureau with-A
One Wash-stand, One centre
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to-In
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room suit for $14.25, uhen thesih
comes with the order. Reaiember
this is $14.2? for a ueat Bedroom
Suit such as you usually. haveto
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we have a
g many other suites-I tWalnut,
Poplar, and all the-popular
woods, running in price frasn tn
cheapest up to burdreds of dollam
Our manufacturer wants us to sell
for his account
,000 Pador 8nits
in oak frames. :npholstered iwith
best domestic wool plashia combi
nation colors, or banded. Begular
price $40.00. We run theC
A Walnut Lug,eenl-p
OUR S RSAE isqaUIE
teresti Someheavy ut are
made theCharter Oak,
FaretGi,Wrld's Wonder, 1ne
dignola Maznie(Edna ad-doens
of other stoves.
A No.7 Cooking8Stove, flattp, 1
pieces of ware, for *8.00-and fo
this up. We carry 3,000 stoves in
1,000 CornIce Poles 2eli. eah
1,000 Window Shades 3x7UfeeV '
sprn roleradfige t37 ts
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