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Dress Goods Departments
Fancy Noveltie". yd. wide. 19c wvortit 25c.
36 in. wide C:kshmervs and Ienrie;tas 20c.
Gin. Trico, Flannel- 29c. wortlh ;Vc.
High Grade Novelie". much lower than
Bilk Henriettas Mt . worth $i.CO
LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
The Georgia Humorist.
Col. H. W. J. Ham will deliver one
of his fatous 14-lCtures in the Opera
House at Newberry on Friday night of
this week. Do not fail to hear hitu.
ecure your seats iu time. Tickets on
sale at Scholtz's.
At the,prizes offered by Daniels &
Co. in the paper by buying some of
their fine jewelry or having your watch
repaired. Full particulars are given in
For Sale or Trade.
A few good horses and mares.
W. A. WALLINGFORD,
Newberry, S. C., at A. T. Brown's
This is a splendid variety of fish, and
with one of which Messrs. Bowers and
Young have placen us u:.der obliga
tions to say that it adorned our table
only a very short time-:-,wholly on ac
count of its delicious savoriness-fresh
from Pensacola, Fla., whence these gen
tlemen receive stated shipments in
Big Horse Sale.
W. P. Wood & Son, of Greencastle,
Ind., are in Newberry with a large
number of horses which they will sell
to the h*ghest bidder at auction be
ging to-morrow and continuing three
days. The horses can be seen at
Brown's stables, and Mr. Wood will
be pleased to show them. See their
advertiswant in this paper for further
0. M. Jamieson leads the town with
-Awo attractions this week at his doubfie
stores-a drive in hats and a sweeping
reduction;in other lines, all of which is
pictorially set fourth in his advertise
Warrant Taken Out.
On lat riday, Mr.
gress, 6&9ut before
U. S. dor the arrest
of Superviso 'A. E. P. Bedenbaugh,
for refusing to issue registration tickets
and for illegally issuing them. The
warrant has not yet been served as it
has first to be sent to the district at
torney for his approval or disapproval.
It may not be served at all, as it may
be turned down by Mr. Murpby.*
When traveling, always take a cake
of Johneon's Oriental Soap with you;
diseases are often caught from using
hotel soap. W. E. Pelhamn.
Gilt Edge or Alma Shoe Polish, $18
per gross, by the i7 gross or dozen.
tf. 0. M. JAMIESoN.
Mr. Silas J. McCaughrin7 received by
express from Victor, N. Y., last Thurs
day, some fine sheep-a pair each of
frhropshire ewes and lambs. Thus ship
ment is in addition to a splendid buck
he has previously received. They are
all. magnificent specimens, and look
pretty as pictures. The lambs, by the
way, are not of the size that "Mary
took to school with her one day."
W. A. McGuire, a well known citizen of
McKay, Ohio, is of the opinion that there is
nothing as good for caidren tronbleqi with
colds or croup as shamberlainl's Cough Rem
edy.'' Ha has used it in his family for severai
years with the best results and aliways keeps
lit and then concluded to try the C: lid en's
medicine and to his delight it soon effected a
permanienlt cure. -2 anu 5J cent bottles fo
sale by * ______
Salter, Photo and Portrait Artist,
Enlarges Pictures, from $1.50 to $6.00,
and will finish En largements, in fine
Hand-Stippled Black or Sepia Crayon,
Pse,or Water colors, at lowest prices
consistenit with execution of good work.
He, also, will make Free-hand, fine
btippled Portraits in all of the above
Matches! Matches! Matches! at 5c.
per doz. boxes at S. B. Jones'- ti
Ho! for the Fair.
The State Fair is being held in Co
lumnbia this week. Tne weather is all
-that could be expected or desired. Both
roads are running special trains. rbe
schedule of the Southern Railway
is given elsewhere.
Trhe C. N. & L. will run a spe:Aa
train to-day, to-morrow and IFrioay.
Leave New nerry at 8.20 and arrive in
Columbia at 10) o'clock. Let's all go.
In large quantities and at lowest
prices at the Book Store. tf.
All persons indebted to us must settle
their accounts on or beforeNovember 10,
1891. We bave carried you from day to
day, from year to year, and now are
winding up our business, therefore ask
you kindly to come and miake satis
factory arranigernenDt, thereby save us
and yourself tr ouble and additionial
expense. All unsettled accounts will
be handed to Trial Justice H. .
Evans on November 16, 1894, for im
tf. 0. KLErTNER.
Buckie's Arnzea sale.
--The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
BruIses, Ulcers, Salt lineurm, Fever Sores, Te
ter, Chapped Handsl, ChIlblains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions,. and positively cures
Piles or no pay req,uired. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction , or money refunded
k'rice2¢J pe box. E or male by Robert
son & Giuder.
- ''omiasoner, OIctagon8Soap
Setember and Ocm. Best
Charged the dispensary
Tof pDm u Q h,DU
Store, a tremendous stock o
beautiful articles well suited a
These consist of fine China
ware, Lamps, Bric-a-Brac, &c
Prices very low at
Peiham's Drug Store.
All Public School Book
sold at tile Book Store a
prices adopted by the Stat'
;ock of eall and I
-BS NOW RUNG AT PUOPRTESI
'Dress T'iniE Da8rtnl
Most varied and attractive line in
the city, at hard time figures.
Very large and complete.
See our Jersey Vest for ladies,
490c. pair; great value.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Hear those wedding bells!
The usual Fair weather is on hand.
The cold wave struck us this week.
An unusual amount of land is adver
tised for sale in December by the offi
cers of Court.
The Town Council is preparing to
macadamize the street in front of the
The southward flight of the robins is
unusually early, and has been a har
binger of cold weather.
Rev. R. P. Pell, of Fayetteville,N. C.,
will preach in the Presbyterian church,
next Sunday morning and night.
The corner-stone of the new building
of the Miller Chapel A. M. E. Church
will be laid with ceremony on Novem
Notice is given of a citizen's meeting
to consider the question of nominating
another Council. The municipal cam
paign will soon open:
. There are to be two marriages in
town to-night. Mr. Jas. Epting and
Mrs. Lula Lane, and Mr. 0. G. Sale
and Miss Kate Huiet.
Matthews & Cannon have been
awarded the contract for the brick for
the new Methodist church, and they
are now delivering them.
Rev. Sam Jones will deliver a lec
ture at Greenwood on the evening of
November 22. Admission 50 cents. Re
duced rates will be given on the South
Mr. Wm. W. Wallace of Saluda Old
Town while out duck hunting on Mon
day accidentally shot himself in the
band. One finger was shot off. The
wound is painful but not serious. It
was dressed by Dr. Jas. K. Gilder.
We extend to our young friend Miss
Josie Garner, of Union, our congratu
lations acd best wishes for a long and
happy wedded life. Last week she was
united in the holy bonds of wedlock to
Mr. Jas. T. Thompson of Pacolet.
The State Board of Canvassers will
meet in Columbia on Friday of this
week. 'Hon. Cole L. Blease of New
berry is a member by virtue of being
chairman of thecommittee on privileges
and elections in the last House.
Hampton Lovelace has performed
arkable feat of riding a bicycle
across the C-N. and L. trestle, which
is about twenty-five higher above terra
firma, than we should like to risk our
carcass on the wheel and crossties.
Mr. J. W. White hitched a new
horse to his phaeton yesterday and it
ran away and smashed the vehicle,
also frightening a mule so badly
that it scampered off down Main street
and scattered Mr. T. G. Williams' tur
keys from the buggy all the way to the
For a pain in the side or chest there is
nothing so good as a piece of flannel dam
pned with Chamberlain's Pain Bairm and
bund on over the seat of pain. It affords
prompt and permanent relief and If used In
time will often prevent a cold from resnulg
in pneumonia. This same treatment is a
sure cure for lame back. For sale by *
Drop in at the "Central Drug Store"
and take a look at the pretty things
coming in every day, and make your
selection. Dr. Haile will take pleasure
in shawing you his beautiful stock. 1t.
Mrs. R. S. Whaley went to Sumter
Mr. Win. H. Hunter returned to
Capt. G3eo. ts. Swygert, of Lexington,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. John W. McCnllough, of Pied
mont, has been in the city for several
-Mrs.W. A. Fallaw and Clint. Fallaw,
of Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting inNew
Mr. WV. P. Hair, of Prosperity, was
in Newberry yesterday on his way to
Dr. Israel Brown, of Charleston, is
on a visit to his mnother Mrs. Rebecca
Miss Giertrude Dunn, of Fairfield, is
visiting her sister Mrs. Thomas Jones
Mr. WV. K. McDowell, of Laurens,
was on a visit last week to his brother
Mr. I. A. McDowell, of our town.
Miss Marie Werber bas returned from
a delightful visit of four weeks to her
sister Mrs. H1. C. Moses, of Sumter.
Miss Minnie Cason, a pretty and
accomplished young lady of Green
wood, S. C., is the guest of Miss Mary
Miss Sue Cald well arrived here from
Wash ingtont last night and is with her
mother at Capt. Petty's. Miss Cald
well will go abroad the 1st of Decemn
-her for a six month's stay.-Spartau
served in good style and on
JONES' RESTA URA NT.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Mi, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
She Wa.a,...5 ~lfdp
(g,.-aje.. eadingd it to have
d1trbu?.4 O.. igure of be State
_ '-..reafter adbe made in the like-1
.ess of General Moultrie, and that of
the female figure a likeness of the face
of Miss Geiger, of Lexington County, a
-descendant of Emily Geiger, the Revo
lutionary heroine.-Anderson Intelli
>Miss Emily Geiger was a Newberry
f girl, and if you will read the Annals of
Newberry, or Chapman's History of
a. South Carolina, you will find a sketch
of this heroine.
Henry Wilson, the postiaster at Welsbton.
-Floric a, says he cured a ease of diarrhCea of
long standing in six hours, with one small
botule of Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and
*bIiarrhoea Remedy. What a pleasant surprise
that must have been to the sufferer. Such
cures are not unusual with this remedy. In
ma.ny instances only one or two doses are re
quired to give permanent relief. It can al
ways oe depended upon. When reduced with
water it is pleasant to take. For sale by *
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by
Davtiport & Rnnwick.
inter Good, in
RTLY GUER PLEDULJTLON FROM~ LAb
Do mestik No&s Hat ald Clottf,
Lower than the lowest.
A ME81 MtCI Of M V0Dtr,
Being closed out at ess than cost.
WOOTEX & Mc
The court of General Sessions was
convened on Monday with Judge
The following cases had been dis
posed of up to the time of our going to
Alfred Epps was tried on the charge
of murder and was found guilty. Sen
tence has not yet been passed.
Ben Todd was also tried for murder
and the jury after remaining out all
night failed to agree and a mistrial
was entered on Tuesday morning.
Sam Wilson alias Elias Vernon
pleaded guilty of larceny; 1 year in
Asa Wise was found guilty of assault
with intent to ravish; 15 years in p(ni
James Sligh was tried for murder
Jim Bobo pleaded guilty of house
braking; 1 year in penitentiar'.
Hayne H unter was tried for burglary
and the jury said be was guilty with
recommendation to mercy; 5 years in
Drate Robertson was tried for as
sault and battery with in.tent to kill.
The jury returned a verdict of guilty
of assault and battery of a bigh -and ag
The case of the State against Jason
Summers-murder-was continued. -
State against Annie Teague-wurdt r
NEXT WEEK'S JURORS.
no. ) E argle. W. D. -n-lrew4.
E. H. Lougshori B. M. Havird.
B B. Schumpert. 1) L. Ham.
Jacob u. - ellers. N. R. Lester.
Jno. WY. Davenport. W. C. Ray.
C. A. Brooks. Jno. U. Paysinger.
R.:B. i.igninick. John -Y. Ray.
John W. Miller. J.-Burr Dennis.
'14ompson L.Wheeler.Thos. T. Pugh.
S. J Kobn. Wim. C. Derrck.
Jotn W. tililam. M. B. Caldwell.
.J. B. GluszoW. James C. Hunter.
J. Bond Riser. Robt., Y. Leavell.
Ja mes S. a pearman. S. E. Kennerly.
W. Lan: Leitzsey. Jno. B. Mayes.
W. W. 9pearuian. G. W. Suber.
J. D. Davenport. G. M. Able.
A. F. Riser. J. Lindsay Bowers.
The jurors are not retuired to be
pros ent until next Tuesday.
An elegant stock of Clothing, Over
coats and Hqtc at prices lower than
the owtst. WOo'EN:& MCWHIR'IER.
A large congregation assembled at
the Methodist church last Sunday
night to witness the exercises of the
Children's Missionary Society. The
gentral idea of the exercise was the
unveiling of the cross. -The purpose:
being not simply to unveil it to the
gaze of the audience but to send the
gospel of the cross to the heathen as
The exercises consisted of singing
and recitations by the children which
included the building of a ladder.
The recitations were well rendered.
The cross was covered with a num
ber of blocks which to remove took ten
cents, twenty-five cents, fifty cents and
one dollar. The audience was solicited
to remove these blocks by contributing
the amount ettled for on tbe block.
Te total amount was in round num
bers $33 and in abont ten to twenty
minutes they were all removed, and
the beautiful cross with its touching
and impressive mottoes was presented
to the gaze of the audience and the
money contributed will'be used to send
the glad tidings of this cross to those
who know nothing of it and have
never heard the sweet message of sal
The exercises were conducted by the
pastor Rev. A. J. Stokes.
On Their Golden Wedding Day.
The 23d of last month was the fif
tieth anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johnstone, of our
town-their golden wedding day.
Owing to the illness of Mrs. Johnstone
the day was celebrated in a very quiet
A few Sundays -ago Mr. Johnstone
acted as god-fathrer at the baptism
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Klettner. The little son bears the
name of his god-father-Silas Johnstone
The god-son did not forget his god
father on his golden we.dding day, and
through the kindness of his father pre
sented to Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johnstone
handsome pboto portraits, half size, of
themselves, the one of Mrs. Johnstone
being from a photograph taken thirty
five years ago, and both excellent rep
resentatives of the originals.
These tokens of friendship and re
membrance were highly appreciated
by the aged couple, and in acknowl
edgment of the gift Mr. Johnstone
wrote the following touching letter,
which will be treasured as a valued
memento by young Master Silas John
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
23 October, 1894.
To MASTER SILAS JOHNSTONE
KLETNER:-YOu are yet too young,
my dear god-son, to know that the
moife highly a gift is appreciated the
more difficult it is to express the thanks
No present to me at my Golden Wed
ding could be so acceptable-so highb!y
prized-as that you have given-the
portraits of the bride and bridegroomt
of fifty years past. They are good and
true iknesse-especially of my wife,
s I recall her some thirty-five years
My dear naimesake, you have given
dliight to an aged couple and our grat
iu4e is sim ply inexpressible.
May God bless you, my dear boy, and
keep ycu as in the hollow of his hand
nd give to you a life of -great usef
ness and honor.
May you inherit the true esteem and
friendship of your parents for me; and
may I conitinJue to you the sincere love
and affectioni which I bear to your
parents. Your devoted god-father,
D)ots from St. Phli]P's.
Most of us are through digging pota
tes, though some are waiting for
The m-aiI rider failed to pass through
ast-Saturday, consequently wo' didn't
get our last week's mail.
Preaching at St. Phillip's only once a
month from now on-the first Sunday
o each month.
The St. Phillip's Society of Christian
Endeavor met last Saturday evening,
ad after prayer and discussion of the
subject, "How should we keep the
Sabbath?" (2nd chapter of Mark) a
constitution and by-laws were adopted.
TTe society will meet twice a month.
Seems to us if we were politely asked
to give our reasons for making any par
ticular statement we would hasten to
do so with plea-ure. But then we sup
pose if we were like some people unable
to give any we wouldn't like to be
asked and would therefore keep quiet
too. Its no doubt thbe best way to re
main "happy and serene."
The members of the St. Phillips YZ.
P. 5. C. E., held a social meeting last
Saturday night at the residence of Mr.
W.. .Kinard. Good music, both vocal
and instrumental. All seemed to en
joy themselves, especially a couple of
Jis who were present. In short e
evening was pleasantly spent by allI
SASOS PMES ThAN 0NO.
Dress af Dertht
.Ladies' Dresses made to order.
The Election atiNewberry.
rhe following is the result of the
State and Federal elections in Newber
rv as officially announced yesterday:
Total numbpr of votes cast............2110
John Gary Evans..........................1191
Sampson Pope....... ......................791
Evans' mgjoritv........... ...... 400
W. H. Timmerman......................1438
Secretary of State:
D. H. Tompkids...........................1307
0. W . Buchanan...........................1307
W . T. C. Bates..............................1307
Comptroller General: -
Superintendent of Education:
W . D. Mayfield............... ............1307
Adjutant and Inspector General:
John Gary Watts. .....................1307
H. R. Thomas..............................1307
W . D. Evans...............................1307
J. C. W ilborn..............................1307
J. B. Fellers.................................1387
House of Representatives:
C. T. W yche.................................1327
J. -T. uncan.................. ............1327
W . D. Hardy................................1327
F. W. Higgins......... ................1387
Supervisor of Registration:
W . A. Hill...................................1387
Y es ..............................................1036
N o .... .......................................... 974
Majority for Convention............ 62
A. C. Latimer.......................... 12.59
Robert Moorman.................. ....... 507
H. H. Evans................................. 200
Latimer's plurality..................... 552
Mr. Thos. S. Sease was appointed
messenger for the State returns, and
Mr, J. B. Fellers for the Federal.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO,
LUCAS COUNTY, 88.
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of Ca
tarrb that -cannot be cured by the use
6f HaUls Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Svrorn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
s~A Y A. W. G LEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for tesitimnonials, free.
F. J. CH ENEY &CO. Toledo, 0.
gl!Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Othello, Thursday Night.
Another one of Shakspeare's plays
will be presented at the Newberry
opera house on Thursday evening of
this week. Miss Harriette Weems and
an excellent company of artists will ap
pear in Othello. Do not fail to see this
excellent company. Of Miss Weems,
the Baltimore Sun says: "Harriette
Weoms is one of the cleverest actresses
the South has ever produced. Although
young in years, she has heid the high
est positions and received the most fa
vorable eriticisms of the press through
out the country. She has been leading
lady withb Messis. Thbomas W. Keene,
Louis James, Walkei- White'side and
Creston Clarke, essaying all the lead
ing Shakspearean roles. She is one of
the very few actresses now before the
public that can play a leading Shake
spearean role one night and essay a part
like Dot, in the 'Cricket on the H earth'
thbe next. Her versatility Is wonderful.
So fresh and sweet and winsorme a lit
tIe woman is she, with her lithe, girl
ish form, sweet, expressive face, and
melodious voice, she is certainly a treat
to look upon." A fine company is in
the support of the star,with John Doud,
a handsome young actor of the roman
tic order. Mr. Doud won his position
on the stare in the companies of Booth
and Barrett, Louis James and Mary
Prices 2.5, 50 and 7.5.
Worthy of a Good H ouse.
The Herald and News received the
following yesterday in regard to the
Harriette Weems' Company, which is
to appear at our opera house on Thurs
Editor Herald and News, Newberry,
S. C., Dear Sir: Do not hesitate to com
mend the Harriette Weems' Company
to t be play-goers of New berry.
She played the Lady of Lyons here
last nigh t and it was a most excellent
I write this on my own motion, be
cause I think tbat a good company, as
this one is, ought to have a b'etter pa
tronage than is generally accorded
them inl this section.
R. R. TODD,
Anderson, S. C., Nov. 13, 1894.
Rudy's Ple scappository
is guaranteed to cure Pi!es and Consti
pation, or money refunded. 50 cents
per box. Send two stamps for circular
and Free Sample to MARTIN RUDY,
3egistered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa.
No POSTAILS ANSWERED. For sale by
all first-class druggists every where, and
in New berry, S. C., by W. E. Peiham.
Ta' BMhld ..
is our handsome stock of
Which we Will sell
Give us a call before buy
s on the Corner.
I Chrysaxtbemom Wedding In Prosperity.
PROSPERITY, November 9.-Oae of
be prettiest and most fashionable wed
ings in the history of tt,e quiet little
;own of'2osperity took place at the
-legant home of Mr. Hans C. Moseley
lst evening at 8 o'clock. The contract
og parties were Mr. Russell D. Zim
iiermian, a successful and well to do
7oung farmer of St. Matthew's and
%liss Minnie Moseley, the charming
laughter of Mr. H. C. Moseley, Pros
)erity's banker and leading merchaut.
t'he parlor and drawing rooms were
beautifully decorated witb ferns, roses,
All of the bridesmaids carried lovely
>ou quets and La France roses. Then
came the beautiful bride with the maid
of honor, richly gowned in white ivory
satin entrain, flowing veil, orange blos
soms and diamonds, and was met by
the groom, attended by his best man.
The ceremony was most impressively
performed by the Rev. H. R. McAuley.
The following were the attending
Dr. T. H. Dreher. of St. Matthew's,
best man, with Miss Lula Uloseley,
ister of the bride. maid of honor.
Mr. M. 0. Dantzler, of St. Matthew's,
with Miss Lizzie Cleveland, of Spartan
Mr. P. J. Tate, of St. Matthew's, with
Miss Mamie Brice, of Winnsboro.
Mr. T. Z. Tyler, of St. Matthew's,
with Miss Lana Copeland, of Clinton.
Mr. Clarence Hayne, of Fort Motte,
with Florine Cates, of Glenn Springs.
Mr. W. W. Oliver, of St. Matthew's,
with Miss Tena Craig, of Clinton.
The happy couple left on the 3 p. m.
rain to-day for a tour through Florida
and other places.-Correspondence of
News and Courier.
PROSPErITY, November 12.-This
kind of weather with the thermometer
registeriog 22, Is fine fun for the boys
but death to the hogs.
Rev. T. 0. Keister left here Saturday
for Pine Grove, Orangeburg county, to
hold a series of meetings.
Miss Jessie Beacham, of Ninety-Six,
bas been spending the week in Pros
perity on her way to Florida.
Mr. J. D. Kinard of the Seminary
preached in Grace church last Sunday
night in th.e absence of Pastor Keister.
Capt. U. B. Whites is seen on our
streets with a "grip." He looks quite
natural and seems "happy and serene."
It was said of Mr. R. D. Zimmerman
while at school that he knew a good
thing when he saw it and that nobody
could beat him driving a trade. There
is no doubt that his judgment is good
for he now come and takes away with
him one of Prosperity's estimable
young ladies, Miss Minnie Moseley, the
daughter of Col.'H. C Moseley.
Many of our farmers are making pre
parations to live at home and indepen
dent of Western granaries. For many
years our wheat crops have been partial
faiures. Last year some few farmers
near here obtained their' seed from
arther North and encouraged by their
success, many of our farmers have done
likewise and are now sowing with
ore hope of a harvest. About two
hundred bushelq or more have been
ordered for the farmers of this section.
Call for the Horse Brand of John
son's Magnetic Oil. It has no equal
for the diseases of horses and cattle.
1.00 size 50 cts.: 50 et' size 25 cts. W,\
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by
Davenport & Renwick.
8OO different kinds of Tablets at
the Book Store. . tf.
The Newrberry Conference.
The Newbe,rry Conference, of the
outh Carolina Synod, will meet at
oloy church on Friday, 23d of No
vember, at 10 a. m.
Prgramme as follows:
1 Would organic union or all Luth
eran Bodies be advantageous? Rev. A.
(. Voigt anid Capt. H. H. Folk.
2. Is it proper to raise money for
Lhe church by secular entertainments?
Rev. J. A. Sligh, J. B. Fox, and Mr.
I. B. Fellers.
3. What should be the attitude of our
hurch as to scattered Lutherans? Rev.
Dr. Holland, and Mr. A. H. Kohn.
4. Why do we lose our Faith on tbe
Bible? Rev. T. 0. Keister, A. J. Bowers,
and Mr. J. J. Qnattlebaum.
.5. Progress in Sunday-school work.
Revs. Z. W. Beden baugh, J. H. Wyse,
od Mr. D. B. Wheeler.
3. What relation does the congrega
:ion bear to Synod? Revs. J. D. Bowles,
. J. Eptiug. and Mr. 3. D. Shealy.
Appointments for preaebing as fol
Friday ]1 a. in., Rev. J. D. Bowles;
Rev. J. A. Sligh alternate.
Saturday, 11 a. in., Rev. A. G. Voigt;
Rev. . W. Holland. alternate.
Sunday, 11 a. mn., Rev. T. 0. Keister;
Rev. M. 3. Epting, alternate.
Sundayschool addresses on Sunday
Foer's Kid Gleves for sale b y
Davenport & Renwic'.1
Notes from Excele'ior.
Our school owned with good at
.endance last Mtonday morning and
he pupils kept coming in.
Prof. 3. 5. Wheeler opens his school
it St. Luke's this morning.
Miss Janie Kinard returned on Sun
iay from a visit to relatives in Monti
Very few of the people in this section
will attend the State Fair in Columbia
Mr. C. A. Fellers opens the Mt.
Pilgrim school this morning.
From ~the report of gu:s now cur
bird hunters seem to be out in full
Mr. Jas. D. Kinard, of the seminary,
and Mr. R. C. Counts, of the college,
bave teen on a visit home. Mr.
Einard filled the pulpil for Rev. T. 0.
Keister in Grace Lutheran chturch
Isaac Aull, an old colored man in
this neighborhood, who has been blind
ad unable to earn his daily bread for
some time, was taken to the poor house
n last Saturday. Isaac has been a
faithful old negro and has made many a
basket and broom.
Mr. Lee Long and wife, of near
Pomaria, has moved back to her fathers
>d home place and will take care of
ber aged father Uncle George Counts.
We have had a cold 'iwave for the
past week and overcoats and fire wood
are in demand.
Prof. Wilder, toe great show man, is
around again with his amusements for
the little folks.
We notice in the daily papers that
John Gary Evans is elected Governor,
and the Constitutional Convention car
ried by a good big majority. Well theI
people don't seemn to mind raising cheapI
cotton or paying high taxes either,
though they will complain as they puil
alonlg. So mote it be?
W. P. Draper, Druggist, Springfield,
Mes. writes: "Japanese Pile Cure has
eured lady 7 years afflicted; could not
walk half a mile in the last three Sears;
n waks any distance." W. E. P
Iighest of all in Leavening Pow
THAT COrTON CONVENTION.
Will Newberry Send a Delegation? The
Matter Left with the Farmers. The
Time Next Week.
Mr. John T. Roddey desires all per
sons or delegations that may be inter
ested in tbe formation of a cotton com
pany along the general lines indicated
in his correspondence, and with the
ends in view therein expressed, tomeet
him in convention in Atlanta, Ga., on
November 21st. A full attendance is
urged. A large correspondence, pledg
ing support, has >een received and the
promise of an enthusiastic mee ing is
excellent. The exigencies of the present
situation demand prompt action. All
Southern newspapers will please copy.
- Persons or delegates who expect to
be present at the convention will please
communicate with Mr. Reddey at 80
Broadway, New York City.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, or Junction City, Ill.,
was tI'd by her doctors she had Consumpxon
and that there was no hope for her, but two
bottles Dr. Kings New Discovery eompletely
cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr.
Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco,
suffered froin a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result everything
else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery and in two weeks was cured.
He Is natur-lly thanktul. It is such results,
of which these are samples, that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this mediLAhe in Coughs
and Colds. Free trial bottles aL. Robertson &
Gilder's D rug Store. Regu'ar size 50 cents and
Southe'rn Railway Company.
Supplement "C" to Time Table No. 2,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
November 14, 15 amd 16, 1894. In effect
from 4 30 a. m., November 14, until
4.30 a. m., November 17 only, between
Columbia and Hodges.
No. 5. Main Line. No.6.
6 00 p m Lv. Columbia Ar. 10 25 a m
712pm " Pomaria " 850am
7 30 p n " Prosperity " 8 30 a m
7 50 p m-" Newberry " 810am
:755pm " Helena " 800am
8 1:p1m " Silver Street" 7 40a m
826pm " SaludaO.T." 725am
8 41 pm " Chappells " 710am
10 10 p m Ar. Hodges Lv. 545 a m
W. H. GREEN, E. BERKELY,I
Gen. Manager. Superintendent.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to prsonal enjoyment when
rightly u-s.d. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting th e world's best products to
the eed ofphysical being, will attest
the valne to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds,' headaches and fevers
an d permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and S1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
SMatthews & Cannon are closing cut
Brown & Smith's entire stock 35 per
cent. less than N. Y. cost. Come and
For Sale by Daven port & Renwick.
A small amount will bay a lot of
goods at MattLhews & Cannon's. tf.
"Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and
Cravals :35 per cent. less than N. Y.
cost Matthbews & Caunoc. tf.
tion, Fits, Dizzi
S ness, Headache,
Neuralgia and in
ceassIn theuse c.
bacco opium alcoho.
~*tions, bringina on De
- B&FORE: NEA R* -blys Sepess
pression, Softenin of the Brain. lnsanity
ViNarea all loe ineither see, renes tVE
cnalp Rlaydroe Giea"t andpp nd- h
Book" cainalpertnen nora
tiedony As' our newdeaer.tf
McNamoRaiwa Guidnds nd
Fik"n an W alptientinora
ine AsJouew elr f
Birthday and. 4
Watchrepairinig and Spectac'e-fit
ting a Specialty.
er.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report Little. Ada Estelle McCary. e he
loved child of Mrs. Melisma McCary*
died at Greenwood, on the 6th -i
after a very brief illness. Her de,
was-caused ty congestion of the lungs
-he sufered much pain but was on
scious to the last breath. She was two
years and two months old, but did no
act as a baby. She was a generatfam-'
vorite for her bright and lovable way*
She knew she would leave us, and
ELY PURE good bye.
.Electric Bitters. mv
ROBERTSON'S COMPOUND Ths " e.iigo e*"i"
tion. A who have used Electric rs sing
COUGH SYRUP, te songof -ralse. A purer medalne
Read what the Drummers say of that is claimed. E aeti nBten w iLl
it: ,Der Dotorletmove Pilmples, Rloils, Salt Rheum, and otber
it: "Dear Doctor, please le ffections caused by impure WoO& WMldriV0
Henry, the porter at Hotel, have v al aa e o rad
ach Omstpatonand _4dgeton tr* Mee
a bottle of your Compound Cough egtri' astire abatsn gane
Syrup. It is the very best on per boale at &Aertson GideDrW.oM.
earth, especially for Gripp.':
54co cnt ion is too low, but Brown &
Yours truly,| Smith's stock of goods, 35 per cent. less
than N. Y. Cost, at Matthews & Can
P. R CHRISTE. nons leav"_ --King Cotton." tf.
A P F0ORa
Tntered according to Act Cf Congress, in he ;er 71, by CRANE A CO. (Lock Box Sek
indianpoli.q. Ind..) in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at WaabinteMn.
$1000 HA l a d a IA Soam M196c JAW*li Y
-VAED A 0O.O -
Will be given away by DANIT-T & 0., to their customers
DECEMB3ER 31, 1894, as foUows
For every VS.0 twt0u o WORK DO' N, orIn buying WATCMES. CL0CSO -
JE Y.8LVEM WARE or SPRCrAOLM, we give one ge at the nuMber of the
Watch Cave, and. whoever guese the number gets $100.0 in GOLD. Whoevereomes the
wart ing the number (and does not guess it) will get the S50 GOLD WATCE. kvey
customerget icket with his first purchase, and when thepurehases add up *3.03we reeoaid
his gu on our book,gvn the cutoe a coy of t aa.n Deeebe slet, theli
paeAlpries ae s othe Jewelr.Tce holder aeaowe to hve wor done or
mak purcae for others.
Evey person thataspends two doUars with ps and hands us In a correct solution of this*
rget one guess at the pri.
AtW.TTARAS. DANIELS & 00.
N. B.-I used this means of advertsn 'in Anderson, S. C. Ben. F. Gentry,
now of Star Station, Anderson County, 8.C., got the $50 Ladles Watch;and the -
National Bank handed over $50 in Gold to Capt. H.'P. Hill, a rilroad man.
Emre sa Chance
~ You Have But Once in
*a Lifetime I
Clothing, Shoes, Hats
StocK of flaads
ate 110W IDeII 801ld
SUITS MADE to ORDER.
I REPRESENT JACOB REED'S SONS, the OLDEST
MERCHANT TAILORS IN AMERICA, and will -be
pleased to show my samples and prices and take orders for
SUITS, TROUSERS, a, ,
SUITS TO ORDER
ON SHORT NOTICE
These prices are lower than any
Fist Class Tilor #orlr
Very Little, if any
I have had twelve years' experience in taking measures, and if
I do not give you afit, i willnot ask you topay forthe goods.
Oifce two doors North of Postoffce, with F. Z. Wilson, In