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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
; BPECTAL NOTICE.
ertiwers wiX confer a fawr by
hAdr4zi their copy for changes not
Chureh Sem -Centennial.
The 50th anniversary of the dcdica
tion of Beth Eden Evangelical Luth
ern church, Newberry,S. C., will be
celebrated Sept. 15, 16, 17. There will
be preaching and appropriate addresses
Grand MUllnery Opening
At W..T. Tarrant's, Wednesday and
Thursday, 20th and 21st inst. Also, the
largest and prettiest display of Dress
Goods, etc., etc. r brought to the
city of-Newberry, Iadies, come sid
be convinced. It.
The Ifebrew New Year
egan at sundown lp-t Sunday.
-Theelebration is one of the most im
etant in the Jewish calendar. Tbe
0 od is observed for two days. The
the New Year is565i. The
h merebants in Newberry clsed
. 1tdr stores.until this morning. Next
Wednesday is tho Day of Atonement.
% sisaronfor Har in England and France.
SLatest.improved Mowers, $43.
4t. F. A. SCHUPERT.
randl'Opening September 12th, at
y- DA PE1oR & RENWICK'S.
Meeting or coCnty a m
UThe third quarterly meeting of the
County Farmers' Alliance
Ain the 11
- . YD, Secretary. S
-soVwith,a new ad.this week, and
iAsmi't he"Profts off his goods and Gr
-aslaughter in prices with a nerve
most command the admiration Pu
-ad the-donars of the people.
12th is opening day at
M._MOPOTt.& Renwick's. They will
grand display of new goods. ly.
Mor sale. Glei
trTe41ersey Cow, with .young calf X]
'4ce second-hand Phaeton, nearly Bro,
ordaof four-foot Pine Wood.
yto A. I. DURwAM,
At F. A. Schumpert's. R
* es Cannon, proprietors of visit
UVead Let Live Store" have a mr
of prices. There is no from
the goc:% are there and Mr
-and their assortmentN
d satis every one. Give Mi
.Far sase- from
ouse and Lot-in Helena, S. C., at Mis
o and Lot in Newberry, C, grae
42-. RMsT yestel
Good .aies Spart
;6w on hand and for sale at low
daown prices. Give us a calL.fo
ai. FULMEn & STOCKMAN. again
- '- RoanicMarrage. ld
Information reached tlk city restes
Say aeron of the unexpetdmar. Mis
C o 'Mollie Slg, of Lady arrive
sliise was on s' visit to of the
91 lghs ontheColumbia, T. Tai
~ e~b~r~id Lauren. Railroad.' The Mr.
z-~roeuls~Mr..Franle'S. Robinson, of from:
-j~ Jv~ryCounty. Mih 8ligh attend- large
z~dIbeColmbia Female College, and C.& C
b-- hdieen here on a visit to friends Mr.
jstbefore going to Slighs. Her in- day f
-~' ~Uon.was 'to Iremaia there a short ceved
~-~~t~dthen proceed to her home.- ermen
~Ro4250 to Smith & Wearn and trin,i
gaeof these suits worth $1.0 Fair, 'y
,2 4~ and $20.00. . - the en
n'~~ ember the Grand Opening at Mr. ]
~ ~Dvenort& Renwick's on Tuesday, Houst<
~ &tenber 12th, 1893. ly. of his t
Two Iro. 1 Mink Cows day. I
With young calves for sale by ter par
-~ 'nly 8, 193. L. J. JoESs. Mr.
d _18,_1898. tf- Fla.,u
. aers wanted Lithia
~ would be glad to secure copies of wood
. ther ?rosperity Reporter of June 18, Newbei
1 uly 16 and September 17, 1885. If on a vii
>any.one can furnish these copies I will
Sbewilllng topay for them. I want to Years
comiplete the dies of the paper for the entidie
ive.months It was run as the Reporter world .E
and. I have all but these three num- the onl3
bers.. If any one who sees this has known.
theeq he will confer a favor by sending bleinug
themto me. ' found
t. E. H. AuLL. them, a
)r. R. B. Norris, of Greenwood, and druggist
BalC6rrie Belle VeanDiviere, young
.tdnaughter of Col. H. S. Vaniviere,
were married in the presence of a few
frdends at the residence of the bride's
* arents by Rev. R. W. Seymour, pas- WhenfBal
ror of the Baptist church, on Tnecday whn t
Ineat ly after the ceremony the When she
bride and groom repaired h Seneca Wh*n*h*
-leethey took the train for Rich
,od.Va. Before returning they will
vsit Weshington, New York, Chicago
__ and other points.
' r. Norris -was formerly railroad Oxford
~agent at this place and is held in high Smith &
esteem by alL. His bride is a young
lady who Is popularly known among
our people.-'- Ralhalla News, 7th. Cotton
How's This. sent to ge
Weoffer One Hundred Dollars re left some,
~for any case of Catsrrh that can- Ms.m Wr
becured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Mr.W
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. H. Kp,igh
We, the undersigned, have known week. D
F. 3. Chey for the last 15 years, and attending
believe him perfectly honorable in all M~atreeA
---business.transactions and financially ton hi the
-able to-carry out any obligations made to hiRps
-by their firm. We ha.
WEsT & TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, sWeha,5
Toledo, 0. soeghing
WAIDNGo, KNAN .LuAEVIN,,vWe ahroug Ty
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0. hariut fex
'- HallPs Catarrh Cure is taken inter- honear .r
nally, acting directly upon the blood M*r. C. fl
md mucous surfaces of the system. De 'oie
esatimonIals sent free. Priee 75e per tnew boi
-otl. Sold by all Druggists. thens an 1
If You WIs to Enjoy Mr. An
Lno Sprng and Summer weather and some fine I
- rbby prevent a long spoil of fever, Mr. W.J]
ceneyour system and purify your session at
bloodby the use of the Harris'Lithia speaks wel
Water. It has no equal. tf- Mr. J. C.
Jewelry and Watches repaired and Dr. W. C
guaranteed by C. W. Collings. tf went fox"
- ~ the 2nd. ins
-Smith - & Wearn are selling any an old red.
.pring Suit, worth $15.00, $16.50, $18.00 and we eDj(
and $20.00, at $12.50. the race an<
: .-Crod e Csl,wi. a tro2u-e
> onach was disorered, his Liver was afect- blde'
&dto an alarming degree, appetite fell away.Smt&W
'and- be was' terribly reduced in flesh and
'emri.Three bottles of Electric Bitters olnst
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a Sye nJ
ha reonhis leg of eight years' stand- aetosi
5 Maedthree bottles of Electric Bitters
boxes Bucklen's Armica Salve, and
.hiiMound and welL. onSekr a
~'-awaO..bad EelreFvrsrso i
Bites ndone box Bucklen's Ar
tannaveenedhientie4. old by Bobert
VARIOUS A" ALL ABOUT.
Mr. J. W. Watts is clerking for Geo.
Dr. Renwick's handsome residence is
Mr. WiH Shenck is assisting Mr. 0.
MeR. Holmes in the cotton business.
The stock of cotton in the country is
less now than in thirty yearb.
The "laqt excursion of the season" to
Augusta on Thursday, 21st instant.
See the ad.
The merchants of Newberrv are get
ting in stacks of new goods. Now is the
time to advertise.
The rains during the past week have
done greater damage to the cotton
crop than the hurricane.
The work of remodeling the Meth
odist Circuit parsonage on Cornelia
street we.v begun in earnest yester
Rev. W. W. Daniel preached a
splendid sermon at the union service
in the Luthern church last Sunday
The first school in the State to use
Chapman's History of South Carolina
is the Chester Graded School, which
opened last Monday.
Mr. W. T. Tarrant hr% shipped a
large box of goods, consisting of elcth
ing, men's and women's hat, &c., to
the Sea Island sufferers.
The dispensary enricbcd the town
treasury yesterday by turning in $14.45
from the August profits. The County
received the same amount.
Cotton yesterday was bringing 6 to
6.40. It is all very inferior grades on
account of the rains. Fine cotton
would bring a higher price.
TO SEED SOWERSI
have received a fresh
N CLOVER, rchard
ass, Blue Grass, L.
ass, Barley and Rye. All
re Seeds at Lowest Prices, No
PELHAM'S Drug Store.
rs. L. C. Boozer has returned from
in Springs. on,
r. . D. Chapman is clerking for he
n & Smith. a gen
r. Edward R. Hipp has returned and
L atrip North. A
v. Dr.and Mrs. Fox have returned bek
. Lincolton, N. C. Sep
s. W. A. Kinard and children are T
mg at Prosperity. Sepi
s. J. D. Davenport bsreturned
a visit to Johnston, eleci
i W. T. Tarrant has returned from jN
York and Washington. M
a Alice Perry, of Johnston, is vis. M
Mr. J. D. S. Livingston's family. M
0. OM. Jamieson is expectri home M
the North today. S. C
9 Eva Riser has gone to Ellor-, A
she is assistant teacher In the
I- W. L. Wait and family left To
day en a visit to relatives In
s A. L. Covington has returned
Baltimore and can, be found
at Wooten & McWhrt:r's. sbin"
Kate Huiet, a fascinating youg
froi Newberry, is visiting rela- Ma
n Johnston.-The MonItor, 7th. at Da
Julia Hood, of Baltimore, has on Se
I in Newberry, and Is in charge
millinery department at Mr. W. AR
Jno. W. Chapman has-eturned ""*
STew York, where he bougbt a
and elegant line of goods for the Cot
.S. Mower Co. scholi
William a. Hunter left on Mfon- Charl
r,Washington, where he has reno the
an appointiment In the Gov- e
t print'.ng ode. -nEac
,off ona fre trip tothe Worlds men
bhich Chamberlain has given to for th
mioyees of the South Carolina honor
.tdgefield Advertiser, shall I
obt, H. Welch came home from formas
n, Texas, to attend the funeral Anp~
rother Jesse, but missed con- temlle
in Atlanta and arrived on Mon
le will return to Texas the lat- Sch'l (
of the week. Sept
rohn H. Wertz, of, Hernando,
as in town on Monday, consid
mproved by his stay at Harris Thiv
Springs. He went to Green- with P
yesterday and wHi Teturn to Her to
'ry this week- with Mrs. Wertz fac b]
it to relatives. system
. , laxatiy
of study, experiment and sci and ph
investigation have given the ,Figs.
[iUl's Chloride of Gold Tablets,
sure cure for the Tobacco habit i~J l
They have proven a great "'E
to the thousands who have On
ealth and new life through
od, the testimonials received tain (
the sentiments of grateful
They are sold by all leading any C
M siek, Wv gave heCua..ria.
asChild, se rieoremasos. bottle,
b**" c****sth msa Pills a
had Children, she gave them Castoria. .1
Ties at Reducod prices a 50Oets., S
Wearn's. $1.50 and
armany Academy Dots.
Picking is the order of the the stror
lifficult for us to get our con- have bee
t at picking, as the storm has ris LithL
of it flat. of its effi
Ikness in the neighborbood.
;. Brown, and baby and W. ic t
t are on, the sick list this baineis
7W. C. is kept very buisy now tisei
to the sick. 0 na tonies
V. Oxner who has been home Ex'
weeks vacation has returnied purest med
as fireman on the C. & G. Liver orKi
e been expecting to hear each bott
from Mir. J. C. rown Prc oly
ur columns, telling us all & Gilder.
is. We have failed so far in we
>m him. It is not too late, elry lne ~
.Bazhardt has bought a give you:
for his mill and is getting ,
be go. No 2 is alive with nigst
~eam engines-five belIs and
~s in a space of thrce miles.
:lne Buzhardt is making
ine syrup for his negroes.
s. Motes will teach another
Garmany Academy. This
for Mr. Mot3s as a teacher. N
Brown is on the sick list I
Brown and 5.3J. Pr'ce
minting on the morning ofFo
The Dr. enjoys a fox hunt,
y hearing him tell about S l
I how the dogs run, when
see our sick. NEBo. C
t. 8th, 1893. ()haR
; Suitsat New York Cost at At
he Jewler, keeps the latest RA
weiry, and his prices are
the times. tfG
If You Will Ask
an, he will tell you that
:ing better for the Liv'er
Kidneys, or Rheumatism
arris Lithia Water. er~
WINDING Ur ITS BUSINESS.
The Newberry Buildang and Loan Asso
caiion Will Close January 1st.
The eighth annual meeting of the
Newberry Building and Loan Asso
ciation was held on Thursday evening,
The president and the secretary and
treasurer made their reports, showing
the condition of the eqsociatlon.
. Ninety-six assessments have been
paid, and the book value of each share
The officers were re-elected as fol
Dr. Jas. McIntosh, President.
John 0. PeoDIes, Vice-President.
J. W. M. bimmons, Secretary and
W. H. Hunt, Jr., Solicitor.
Directors-J. N. Martin, D. B. Whee- x
ler, Dr. Jas. McIntosh, J. M. John
stone, Geo. S. Mower, Geo. B. Cromer,
J. W. M. Simmons and W. H. Hunt,
Mr. Simmons and Mr. Hunt were
elected in place of Jas. K. P. Goggans
and Oeo. MeWhirter, who have with
drawn from the association.
Auditing Commit? -Jno. M. Kin- t
ard (in place of Thos. V. Wicker), R.
H. Wrigat, Jno. S. Carwile.
These officers, with the exceptions
noted above, have faithfully served c
since the a: sociation w: s organized t
eight years ago, and they have man
aged its affairs in a succe: sful manner.
The plan outlined at a special meet
ing for windinp, up the affairs of the
association on January 1st, 1893, wa,
A rciolution was adoptcd requ-sting
the members of the association to make
two payments on December 5th on
their regular monthly assessments, &c.,
so that everything can be arranged to
close at the above tiar e.
The,association will meet on Decem- L
ber 15th, and if necessary, from time to
time until January 1st, 1893.
Mr. John H. Wicker has the Rock
Hill Buggy Co's buggies for sale. Read
is ad. and give him a call.
I.. tion in shingles. Now selling
1 at per thousand.
F ER & STOCKifiAN.
T h e G rad ed Sc im _M d e
he trustees of the Newberry
ools held a meeting on last Thur4, ~
and ordered an election to be held
[hursday, September21st, to votelon
annual two mill tax. The mana- - In t
i are W. I. Hunt, J. W. Coppock is a m
W. J. Lake. time <
meeting of the citizens will also be eles in
I in Opera House on Thursday, cases i
tember 21st at 9 a. m., to hear the will ni
ual report of the trustees. orS ar(
se schools will open on Monday, busyr
;ember 24th. His nc
THE TEACHERS howev
ed for the session are: him a
iss Godfrey, Cheraw, S. C. week.
iss Iuja Jones, Newberry, S, C.
is Eloise Welch, Newberry, S. C.
iss L. S. O'Neale, Columbia, S. C. The
iss K. E.- Habenich, Charleston, not fai
ss Annie Martin, Davidson, N. C. per cer
. B. L. Jones, Newberry, S. C. by th4
Now Is the Time higher,
get good Shingles cheap at Ther
FULMEB & SXroCKAN. wilnl a
11 mn the shingle market. No. 1 tioa
:les now selling at $2.40 per 1,000. Mr.
FULMEB & STOCKMAN. big
ny beautiful goos are to be seen brdg
1venport & Renwick's opening Bro.
ptember 12th. ly1 ero
IEE CHANCE FOR YOUNG MEN, thi we
Valuable Scholarships Oftered zree puld
at the College of Charleston. vey0
ipetitive examinations for three worked
Lrships offered by th0 College of hada
aston to the white male students t a o
State will be held at Newberty abth io
e 3d, 4th and 5th of October. gep
scholarship is worth $220 per an
'or four years.
em it advisable that the young.
nake strenuous ofoerts to secure 'a case of
unselves and t.he County the is not be
and advantages offered and I funded.
'e pleased to give any needful in
liestions shoul. be made by Sep- The Bes
r 2Jth. Very truly - Brse,
THos. W. KEITr- al ,kan
komm' anid Ch'man Bd. Exanm'rs Piles or n<
. 8th, 1893. e~f
The Modern Beauty e on & Gilt
a on good food and sunshine, Bottle4
lenty of exercise in the open air, in three
rmn glows with health and her Cold al
rooms with its beauty. If her
needs the cleansing action of a
e remedy, she uses the gentle Tb
asant liquid laxative Syrup of
bottle of Peiham's Cer- */f
~hill Specific will cure the destit
rdinary case of Chills the tende3
Tever. .Guaranteed to to be as
O ,ciated anc
Given free with ever wat was
one box Peihama's Liver men as a
nd one medicine glass. chronle
50 cents a bottle. sponded bh
forget that Smith & Wearn sygmpathie
ig 75c. and $1.00 Straw Hats at thank our
1.25 traw Hats at 75 cts., and with whiec
$2.00 Straw Hats at $1.00. solicitation
If You Will Read clothingc
g testimonials of persons who services t<
rn cured by the use of the Har- Open wide
i Water, you will be convinced adltb
cacy. . tf. prompt yo'
A Leader. ~ner, to be f<
nrst Introduction, Electric Bitters The Herald
I rapil in pplar favor. until ner in an1 e
iaitertedmnaeZnedltlh- which we lI
aermits its use as a beverage or in stan ever.1
is recognized as the best and she can. J
lcinefor an ailments of Stomach, it is only
Cneysptt wil cue cHeadace there are f
;'tem. Satisraction rate with storm suffe:
or the money wilbe refunded a speedy an
10c per bottle. sold by Bobertson people. Se.
___________of every des
ou want anything in the Jew- son as pc
~o to C. W. Collings. He will trouble to;
satisfaction. tf so badly nei
9 Itit is too
S send toth<
iNew self. Ice co
C For Birth(
Crop olings, thE
Ru?SEE, jSTAE 0
By J. B. Fel]
him Letters <
Estate and ef
monish all al
they be and a
obertbon & ort of Pro
. , September
ld4er's hereof, at1 <i
to show cause,
Drug th siA"
Store. of August Am
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
Oecidedly Opposed to an Extra Session of
The Newberry County Alliance held
meeting in the Court-house on Fri
ay, the 8th.
The proposed extra session of the
tate Legislature was considered, and
be following action was takea by the
Resolved. That is the sense of this
,ounty Alliance that the calling of an
xtra session of the State Legislature
an result in no benefit at this time to
be country; that the cause of depression
i beyond the power of the State Legi -
iture to remedy or even ameliorate. ,
A prominent member of the Alliance
ays that after coming to the m-ating
e was glad to find all the other mem
ers the same way of thinking-op
osed to a stay law.
Aid for the sea Islanders.
Mayor Jones has received the follow
2g amounts froax collections made last
Elisha A. M. E. Church......$10 10
Hannah A. M. E. Church..... 10 25
Previously reported from all
sources......... ........... . ... 128 15
Total........ .....................$148 50
The best Bread ever been in New
erry, at J. . Russell's every day.
dso Fruit Jars and Jelly Tumblers at
)weqt prices by J. S. Russell.
he New Neckwear
he show winao -- at Jamieson's
' t the same
arvel of beauty, and t rt e
Inly a sample of handsoVne k
this line, Vacant spaces in the day
,t once prove that the selection the
At last long, as the style and col- ever
all so elegant. Jamieson is too our
iarking njewgoods to write an ad. size I
ekwear is all marked low dowr, dens
er, and#e will let you hear from and .
bout shoes and 6l6thing next like i
HeraldIngs -om No.6S. blow;
weather of the last week was a nu
orable to the cotton crop. the
)n was certainly, damaged ten frolt
it. or more in our community the 9
) late storm. A great many of The
rmers put the damage much oneTn
. will be no nreacbing in the out 0
ip next Suncay. Bro. Rankin gathe
tend. the Reedy River Associa- sprou
d Bro. McClure the Presbytery. Th
sickness in the community. mr
auther Aull has finisbed the Quatt
>ver Little River at the J. F. nxaan'
place. He is also building a acrossr
>ver Mudlick creek. In is1
Waits gave us a sound, logical Inrig
at Trinity Sunday. wrdg
ni picking will becomes general ofwork
ik, and late fodder is about all Tha
of the roads have been worked smart
ell indeed, some have been temo
tolerably well and some have ten
lick and a promise. What are rem
oty Commissioners going to do time
11, 1893. notLn.
If Any One Will Use tem
the Harris Lithia Water an Mowe,
nefited, the money will be rs he is a
Bueklen's Amsalve. but we
Salve In the world for Cuts, Son dent w
~lcers, Salt Rheumi Fever Sores, Tet to wh'
ped Hands, ChilbIlns, Corns and pr
Eruptions, and positively cue rmar;
pay required. It a guaranteed t don't ai
et satisfaction, or money refunded one of1
~ts pe box. For sale by Robert-~ know1
I Soda Water at Ice House '.he qu<
ad refreshing. ly thiatthi
Eteturned for Ntewberry's Con forty-ui
trIbutions. Th e C
ettiler has received a letter pointed
.Holmes, the chairman of udrit
eommittee at Beaufort, thank- Bobbrict
nd through him the citizens District
erry for their generous and istrict
ponses to the call for help for -3src
ste survivo~rs of the recent Distict
the. Carolina coast. While HAlar
of thanks was no more than Aw
cted, still it is a gratification Setter
red that our efforts are appre- U
l deserving of thanks; and, btsils
re, while it was nothing butbustl
to be expected of our town, semembo
influence of such patriotic oncer was
fayor Jones and Otto Klett-.ne a
gives us peculiar pleasure to sure that
the' fact that Newberry re-. up to the
indsomely to the first cry of able poin
rid extended her alms and beat us te
s to the bereaved and suffer- made the
Mr. Klettner desires us to din th,
citizens for the promptness ig fs
i they acted upon his special Pitr, 5
to send him second-hand we triedt
f all kinds. He offers his another f<
r continue the good work. oete
the flood-gates of liberality pan t
road and generous charity wavs ofan
i to look up and send all hvbrou
gyou can spare to Mr. Klett- eath-n
rwarded to the needy ones, eeat-a.
and News joins Mr. KJett- laidcuted.
irnest appeal to New berry oaid namie
now will not be in vain ,o treour toame
rnerve to do the best thattratoT
:t is urgent. We feel that
neessry to mention that ~
rom 20,000 to 25,000 of the
'ers in abject want to insure
swer to this prayer by our COLUMB
2d in all your old clothes for violatic
cription to Mr. Kiettner as gin in this
esible. He will take the pushed thi
ship them where they are rice beer,
hot to wak down street .
e Ice House for delicious 'WORTJ
,Water and refresh your- '^^^'
d and 5c. per bottle. ly.
lay and Bridal Gifts call on
ters, Esq., Probate Judge. B E E
AS, WM. D). NANCE L
made suit to me to grant PIL
>f Administration of the i
Fects of Susan A. Nance, stOmaceII
herefore, to cite and ad- Aliments.
id singular the kindred TNEY ARE CU
of the said deceased, that Of ad
ppear before me, in the of a c
ate, to be held at New
[ouse, on the 13th day of
'ext, after pubIidThn THO
i'clock in -the forenooi,
if any they have, why ftn
gtraQetyshould not beULU 4
~my hand this 29th day -N EW
oDomnini 1893- Practices ii
ELLERB8 J. P. N. C- collections a
r.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Bachman Chapel Chips.
Old Mrs. Sallie Bobb is quite sick.
Mr. M. M. Long's little son George
was hiz by a snake last week while
working with some fodder in the barn
Some sickness prevails, but none of
a serious nature.
Mr. Editor, will you be so kind as to
publish the school and road laws in
your next issue? There are a great
many of our people who would like to
Little Miss Katie Sloan, of near Lit
tle Mountain, is visiting relaives in
Quite a number of our Lutherans
went up. to Cannon's Creek church
last Sunday to worship with the good
A. R. P. peeple. Come, let us all unite.
We are all one in Christ.
The trustees of this district have
purchased a site from Mr. M. M. Long
for a school building. It is a most
beautiful locality-on a igh ridge, sit
uated on the public road just a few
hundred yards above Mr. Long's dwell
ing. The trustees will meet to-morrow
afternoon for the purpose of 'consider
ing the construction of the house.
Work will be pushed forward at once,
and we have no other anticipations
but that in the near future we will
have one among the best country
schools in Newberry County.
The county commissioners met at
the following places on Wednesday
last according to their advertisement
and let out the following contracts:
Camping creek bridge, to J. C. Can
non, for $59.75; the bridge across Tim
merman's creek, better known as the
Hogle bridge, to 0. S. Strauss, for
$50.23 Cannon's creek brid
T. D. inar4's, to .. -
the small brid -A. u, for $105;
bridge, t -, inown as the Rikard
near crosses a pond in the road
r. Berry Rikard's, to 0. S.
ss, for $48.50.
is community' as visited on Sun
aight of the 27th ult.-with one of
Most terrific rainstorms that has
been witnessed in this section by
1dest heads. Trees of -the largest
were uprooted, fencing and gar
swept in places; the cotton crop
' large portion of the corn looked
dray had run over it. Mr. T. L.
r ' cOr crib was blown down;
- J. Gallman's barn was also
3 down and torn to pieces: quite
nber of frnit trees also yielded to
Earious wind. Creeks have been
Dn almost to their fullest capacity
e past week, and the corn along
treams is almost entirely ruined.
dtton is also badly injured; fully
alf of what wa's open was blown
f the boll and will not be fit to B
r-a good portion had begun to tend
t in the boll. right
creeks were swollen lastriday ter tI
ng to such an extent that Mr. less
lebaum's bridge across Timmer- adap1
creek and the Kinard bridge the a
CurlPs creek were both wrecked, the v
ot.safe to cross either one. laxat
:iving the account of those other remet
s, I should have said that the Its
s all to be completed by Ae 15th in thi
t illiterate negro who is so very ' e
and who preaches such good ativ
is while asleep takes the rag off v
ush. We can offer no better
y for smart, ignorant Major than a
Stry and keep him asleep all theme
wvant it understood that we are poe
Durning over the fact of M. neys,
being elected to fill the vacant enmng
>f Mr. Sligh, for we believe Mr. every
is a perfect gentleman and that Syni
Conservative of Conservatives. gists iu
lditor, not for the sake of argu- ufacts
'or there is no argument in it, Co. on)
simply say that this correspon- packag
a not discussing the matter as and be
got the most votes in the last accept
p', Mr. Mower or Dr. Wyche. I
Ippose that there was a single A~
is that was so shallow as not to
hat Mr. Mower's getting more
as.the reason of his election.
Istion i::v->lved was why the
vote was so small, and I think
s point has been blearly shown.
[r. Editor, your client is not
id you can bring up your oth~~er
oe good reasons. E
ounty School Board has ap
the folio wing trustees to serve EE
he new school law: Gallman
No.832, J. J. Gallman, W. M.
id T. J. Wilson; Jolly Street
No. 33, G. M. Singley, Sr.,
erts, J. C. Wilson; St. Philip's
No. -, Adam Kibler, Perry
d now to "Pointer and Type
Yes, friend "Pointer," it has
good while since you asked
what about his watermelons:
'Chips" is blessed with a goot
ane and now proDoses to an
ir question. Our first, patch
very promising, and we made T(
we would be enabled to set
editor and his whole force of
ters and setters; but the crows lj
the sugar on this patch and
first carve, and of course we
nk of offering you the leav
eh a black tribe. But,;ifriend
ye did not stop at this effort;
he second time, and in comes
~athered tribe,,that of a more
ted nature, and takes the
a round and sample all that
i size in this patch. But we
ght a great many of this gen
trial and sentenced them to
d the sentence has been fully
So, friend Pointer, we have
all hopes this year of getting
in the paper by a watermelon
ie Herak. and News.Cns
No Rice Beer.
rA, S. C., Sept. 11.--Arrests
ns of the dispensary law be
city to-morrow and will be
-oughout the State. Sellers of
heretofore, exempt, will be
E A GUINEA A 0."
are maethere. The
dera arising from Weak
Inpiwe gesuo,a ,
sts. Price 25 cents a box.
S S. SEASE, - IL
efl at Law,
IWi~ ourts of the State.
-. - -~;
Our little village h..s again felt the
sad presence of death. On Friday last,
the 8th instant, Alice, the beloved wife
of Mr. W. A. Pitts, fell peacefully
asleep. Once more has a happy home
circle been broken and a loving daugh
ter,. wife and mother taken from her
dear ones in the very midst of her
usefulness. She was a member of the
Methodist Church and gave evidenee
of a soul at peace with its maker. She
leaves four children, three of tender
years and a married daughter, Mrs.
W. T. Shelton, of Waynesville, N. C.,
who was summoned to her mother's
deathbed, but reached there all too
late. Oh! heavy sorrow, bitter grief.
The funeral services were held at the
residence on Saturday morning by
Ray. W. W. Daniel and the remains
taken to Ninety-Six for interment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Welch, who for
merly resided here, have the sympathy
of the community in the very sad be
reavement they have sustained in the
death of their manly son Jesse, who
died in Greenville last Saturday.
Rev. J. W. McClure preached a
thrilling sermon lst Sunday night on
the momentous subject of "The last
judgment." His first lesson was the
25th chapter of St. Matthew's Gospel
and the seend the 20th chapter of
Revelation. The text was taken from
the 31st, 32nd and 33d verses of - the
Gospel read. The portrayal of his
theme was at times weird, awful and
startling, and at other times sublime
and beautiful in its imagery. At the
present time, when the eternal hills
are trembling and multitudes rushing
here and there, and, like the Athenians
of old, many of us are forgetting the
only true God and worshiping arms
of flesh, and silver and gold, and bow
ing at an hundred false shrines, the
grouping of the speaker's thoughts
were of overwhelming force and sug
From time to time for a number of
years Mr. McClure has been consider
ing and preparing this exhaustless
subject, and, though not finished, has
it sufficiently in shape to preach upon
How true it is that "the heavens de
clare the glory." Last Sunday's sun
set was magnificent. The heavens
were ablaze with beauty at every polint.
Electrical billows, luminous pavilions
and curtained splendor filled the sky.
The blending of colors and shading of
tints was rarel beautiful.
'imodern JIe.and foreignodllmet
ings comfort and improvement and
to rsonal enjoyment when
ly . The many, who live bet
Lan others and enjoy life more, with
expenditure, bymore promptly
ino the world's best products to
- o 'being, will attest1
toueheolth of the pure liquid
[ye principles embraced in the
ly yu fFigs. M
excellence is due to its presenting
form most acetbeand pleas
the taste, the refrehig and truyCue
effectualy clensing the sytm ai
flmg colds, headaches and fevers upthe
iermanently curing constipation. andw
given satisfaction to millions and m
ith the approval of the medical
ion, because itacts on the Kid
Liver and Bowels without weak
them arndait-is prfectly free from
pfFisis'for sale by'all-drug
50 n$ bottles, but it is man
red by the California Fig Syrup
y, whose name is printed~on every .
e, also the name, Srp of Figs, "
img well informe, you will not -
any substitute if offered. A
Mr. 4ralcob Wurt
Made aNew Man
'Ibave been made anewmanby Hoofs S.
sapari. Ilhad palis inmyback, feltgU
and did not bave any appett. IUe sa
twelve bottes of Hood's SApBn?nt
not praise it enough." JAcoB WVAZ- er.
15th 8Land roraand Av.. Lousil..
HOOD'S PILLS Cue-an e s. 21.
There is now on ezhibitio- in one
my show windows the h
somest Bicylee ever bwud t s
city. It's a Rambler
aickled, cost $175.00 and is
best machines on thegnarket
for sale, but is to be givenw
this is the manner In whichlt_
be done: If you purehase goods
amount of $10.00 or more,
will receive a ticket which.will
you to one chance in the
which will take place- -ssoon. as
requisite number *f tickets ha
issued, notice of which willb
through the daily papers. A
of each ticketissued wi:CW
and ll of these will be p
from by a disintere -tA
person whp'.nm anfU a
p on ecard so drawn wil
sented with the bicycle.
Donlfyou need a.pewSaiti
to tide ou throughtheb,.1aIs
8 mmer? -Better . tPm
- he beieflt of,
W ho. make,r]
polieg~s se02 to O
body Ene Suitthat
%s anyhiwfll no
iso word "01hand
the sale Tay so iers
antyonive quit kthelse
w it c'wde
U t unders given 1
rou do not rera tiied
for what you %n Mr. Tho
s rroad from
tis al right an
The mystery is
Clothiuer andranshe 1y enough
0A N S R 2 rthe axle
e-Min Street; Room 4 oe
I N SAEt
Falnock. Don $
th CLD mSH
romote ofwFmiaey. >
rt aomft o am.K
r. DURABIUTY AID
,C00 IN DALY Um
i T HOBOUGHELY TET
the public for twelve yesr
numhr in .use to-day la'
tem takenin part paymen62
iphs. We rent and sellon ~
4Charleston, B. C.
rie for -
September 3, 1893, by Rev. W. W.
Daniel, Mr. John Bouknight, and Miss
'Laura Britt-all of Newberry.
September 8, 1893, by Rev. G. A.
Wright, Mr. Jerome Senn and Miss
Mattie Swindlei-all of Newberry.
Mr. Jesse G. Welch, son of Mr. A.
C. Welch, of Newberry, diedof typhoid
fever in Greenville on SatardAy, 9th
instant, aged 23 years.
The Greenville News speaks. as fol
lows of the high esteem the deceased
bore in that city:
"General regret was caused lere yes
terday by the announceme4 of the
death of young Welch, mai Ing clerk
at the post office. Mr. Welch was first
employed by Postmaster C 'ttenden
but because of his efficiency d popu
larity held his place under th change
of administration. He was v wide
ly known and universally Ii ed here.
His parents were with him at the time
of his death. His brother, frafm Texas,
will probably be here to-dayl and will
accompany the zmains of the'deceased
to Newberry, where they wilrbe buried
in Rosemont Cemetery."
Mrs. Pitts, wife of Mr. W. A. Pitts,
of Helena, died on Frida, 8th in
stant. She leaves a husba and four
Miss Helena Frietag died on Monday,
11th instant, at the residen of Bev.
A. J. Bowers, in the 2Dth y of her
age. She was a native of Germany,
and came to Newberry from s4vannah
a year ago with the family sof Prof.
Bowers. Though far from h' native
land, she enjoyed the tender Z nistra
tions of home in life and in %er last
illne -. She was buried in R34emont
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
S. Fair died on Monday, 11th inptant,
aged seven months.
EGU ~h PECULIAf
the lives o
a-em and sin. -
derived great befetrom isanM a
Mas.X-ar.DA LARO __ _g It
st rmeiyl Iave eer d for=re
~ GJZIT ad re
ovember,1888. Iea,b1. Sh
have suffered~a greaw deal frotm,al. get
zbles,andthbilam completely cared by orde
OWeld's Female Regulator. whil
Nma. Ema 1. SWOZD,Kans 0-shor
k>ok "To Woman"mailed free. $10.
DAOfIEL= REGU&"OR 0. 1.
male byAUDruggl" Aw-&=A- G-,A for
whoe trngbte,1e ldb
~lcure ou. Druggis:s have it, Sei ff
.1$15, $16.50, $18 and $2C
s to be Knocked Down t<
ildren's Suits a1
Straw Hats worth 75c. and $1.00
Straw Hats worth $1.25 Knocked
Straw Hats worth $1.50 and $2.00
se Prices Strictly Cat
We want the room for our big
delay, but come at once and bring
as this is the only thing that will
the above CUT PRICES.
SMITHl & V
Ep888Dn StroflC D annes
kers and Produce
Ept attention given to all busil
HIPP & w
STANDS AT T
or new Ulig
UIJL, AGENT, C. IEVINE
Newberry, S. C. SE
-9 Broad Str
BORIrft 1 & 8DIJPILI8.