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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
A Trial Justice Appointed.
Gov. Evans hus appointed Mr. S. S.
Cunningham of No. 2 Township to be
Trial Justice at Newberry as the suc
cessor of Trial Justice H. H. Evans.
Mr. Evans comituisbion do-es not expire
for some days yet and we presume Mr.
Cunningham wili not take charge until
after the expiration of Mr. Evans'
Strayed or Stolen.
One large pointer dog, wbite with
liver ears and covered with small liver
spots. Answers to the name of Ross. A
suitable reward for any information or
his return to
2t J. C. MYERS.
Call on McCarty & Co. for you Uil,
the best 150 test, for 18c. per gallon or
two for 25c. at.
We are very glad to correct a state
ment made in our last issue. The
young -man, Mr. Horton, who was shot
through the body by Mr. Hatton is not
dead, as was stat-d last week. We were
told on Monday that he was doing well
and strong hopes were entertained of
his entire recovery. We sincerely trust
that he may. It was a very unfortunate
Call on McCarty & Co. for your Oil,
the best 150 test for 13c. per gallon or
two for 25c. 3t.
The Conoty Alliance
The County Alliance of Newberry
County will hold its next quarterly
meeting on Thursday, January 3d, 1895.
By order of the President.
JNo. C. WATKINS,
Secretary 3d District Alliance.
Anderson, & C., Dee, 6,1894.
A Eunaway Marriage.
VANCE, Orangeburg County, Dec. 10.
-Yesterday morning, about 10 o'clock,
Mr. D. Hiram Avinger and Miss Minnie
L. Dantzler eloped and were married
about two miles out on the public high
way by 3(otary Public J. D. Shuler, of
Felderville. The newly wedded pair
drove immediately from there to
Eutawville.-Correspondence News and
Miss Dantzler is adaughter of Rev
D. D. Dantzier, whose wife is a New
You hear of any one selling goods
rbeap you can be sure it is me too.
St. W.F. JOHNSON.
Going to build? If so, go'to John
son's Hardware Store foryour material.
You can save money. . Be will sell to
you cheap. 3t.
ox will go to Sumter 'for
nday, and Dr. Holland will
at the Lutheran church in the
ruing, and at the evening service
she sermon will be preached by Mr.
J. D. Kinard, of the Seminary.
In the absense of Rev. A. J. Stokes,
next Sunday his pulpit will be supplied
by Rev. S. A. Nettles, of the city mis
sion at the morning service. No
preaching at night. Mr. Nettles will
jpreaeh at the Factory church at might.
Call oni MeCarty & Co. for your Oil,
the best 150 test, for 13c. per gallon or
two for 25c. St.
Cheap 1t=tas for Houlday Excursionists.
Whenever there is an opportunity to
serve its patrons, and the public gen
erally, the "Southern"-a synonym for
safety and good servicexerts itself.
It is now announced with pleasure
that this "Greatest Southern System"
will place on sale Christmas holiday
tickets for the season of 1894-95 at the
Jaw rate of four cents per mile one
way, for the round trip. These tickets
will be available from December 22nd
t> 25th and from December 29th to
ianuary lst, with extreme limit Jan
nary 3, 1895.
Call on any Agentiof the Southern
Railway Co., for fruther and fuller in
The modern MOther
H as found that her little ones are
improved more by the pleasant laxa
tive, Syrup of Figs, when in need of
the laxative efiect of a gentle remedy,
than by any other, and that it is more
seceptable to them. Children enjoy
4t and it benefits them. The true rem
.edy, Syrup of Figs is manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co.
As a meeting of Signet Chapter,
No.18, R. A. M., held Monday night,
December 10th, the following officers
were elected tc serve the ensuing ma
sonic year. Installation next Monday
M. E. H. P.-E. S,choltz.
E. K.-T. H. Cromer.
- E. 5.-R. H. G.reneker.
-C. of H.-E. W. Thomason.
P. S.-McK. Hutchison.
R. A. C.-J. F. Livingston.
G. M. 3d V.-Geo. McInturff.
0. M. 2nd V.-G. M. B. Epting.
G. M. 1st V.-Jos. Mann.
Treasurer-N. B. Mazyck.
-- Recorder-J. H. \I. Kinard.
Sentinel-L. D. Shockley.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to cure it
you must take, internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. H all's Catarrh Cure
is not a quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians in
this country for years, and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro.
duces such wonderful results in curing
Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Tole
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
Salter. Photo and Portrait Artist.
Enlarges Pictures, from $1.50 to $6.00,
and will finish Enlargements. in fine
Hand-Stippled Black or Sepia Crayon,
Pastel, or Water colors, at lowest prices
consistent with execution of good work.
He, also, will make Free-hand, fine
stippled Portraits in all of the above
* Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Te
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
allSki Erptius,and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price 25 cer ts pe boy. For sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
A small amount will buy a lot of
goods at Matthews & Cannon's. tL.
5)c. cotton is too low, but Brown &
Smith's stock of goods, 353 per cent, less
than N. Y. cost, at Matthews & Can
non's leaves "King Cotton." tf.
With a view of testing our opinion
that Low Prices are not appreciated by
the general public, we propose to sell
one day in every week below New
York prices. We will not name the
day. That is our secret.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. J. B. Mayes advertises his plar -
tation in No. 2 for sale.
The big Corliss Engine, 600 horse
power, for the Newberry Cotton Mills
The municipal election yesterday was
very quiet, less than 100 votes being
The Episcopal church is draped in
mourning in memory of the late Bishop
Mayor Jones is having erected on his
lot on Calhoun street a-handsome two
Dr. J. H. McCullough is having him
self a neat cottage erected on his lot
near the old academy.
The Newberry Lutheran Sunday
school has decided to have a Christmas
tree and concert exercises for the chil
Mr. Geo. M. Long, who went from
this county to Florida some years ago
will to-night be married to Miss Annie
E. Davidson, of Reddick, Fla.
Rev. S. A.Nettles of the late Manning
Times, but who joined the Methodist
Conference at its late session at
Laurens and who was appointed to the
Newberry city mission, has arrived
and taken charge. We welcome him
Examine Klettner's new advertise
ment in this issue and inspect his new
goods. Klettner's stock stands a good
examination and bears close inspection.
And they sell at popular prices, too.
Klettner is all business, push, pluck
"The Burglar" was charmingly rec
dered at the opera house on Friday
night by the Win Perkins Co. The
child actress, little Lottie Briscoe, was
wonderfully clever in her part-ex
ceeding the precociousness of her eigit
years-and while the other actors are
not all stars they pleased the audience
with their interpretation of the pa
thetic and merry sentiment of sofine
Little Lottie is also a splendid vocal
ist, already possessing a voice mature
All the Little Boys and
Are invited to come and see the
many pretty things OLD SANTA
has left with me. Come, all of you.
and bring your mama, papa, broth:
ere and sisters. You -will find a
store full of pretty CH INA- WARE,
all kinds of fancy TOYS and beau
tiful DOLLS. Be sure to give me a
call. My stock in every branch was
never moIe complete, or prices
ower. Ss B. JONES.
Rev. Mrs. J. W. Humbert have been
in the city this week on a visit to re
latives and friends.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Stokes and Miss
Lalla Stokes have gone to Camden on a
visit to relatives.
Mr. W. F. Wright has moved back to I
his old home in Laurens County.
Mr. J. G. Goggaas, of Jacksonville,
Fla., was on a visit to Newberry the
equal to Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It re
leve the pain as soon as applied. . W.
r West Liberty. w. Va. The prompt
elief it affords is alone worth manyAimes
he cost, 00 cents. Ita continued use will
efect a permanent cure. For sale by *
Read it. It is chuck full of good live
eading matter. Items of general and
ounty news all are happily blended in
he supplement, and there, too, you
will find much other matter to interest
We have bought the entire
stock of Jewelry, Gold and
Silver Watches, Silver Ware,
&c., of the estate of Capt. J. W.
Montgomery, and we propose
o sell it within the next
tirty days regardless of cost.
We also have two Showcases,
tree Counters and one Safe
which we will sell at very low
figures at the Book Store,
Z. F. W RGHT.
M. L. SPEARMAN,.
Gilt Edge or Alma Shoe Polish, $18
er gross, by the i gross or dozen.
tf. 0. M. J A MToN.
5 Cooking stoves,
100 lbs Kmitting Cotton.
50 gross Matches at 5c. per dozen
New Orleans Molasses.
Harness oil, Spirits Turpentine.
Trunks, Valises, &c.,
Low Down at
J. S. RUSSELL'S.
Matthews & Cannon are closing out
rown & Smith's entire stock 35 per
ent. less than N. Y. e*'st. Come and
The Way to Go to Augusta. I
We are in receipt of a neat circular
etter from Mr. Chas. S. Heard solicit-i
ng freight and passenger sgent of the 1
Seaboard AirLine,in Augusta, asking if1
we have ever been to Augusta and if
we would not like to go again, to both
f which questions we answer yes,
ut-well he can guess the rest.
But to the point. Augusta is a hust
ing town and a nice place to visit but
he trouble has been that it takes so]
ong to go there and it looks like we1
will never get our branch of the 3 C's
ompleted. But the difficulty In get
ing to Augusta and back has been1
vercome, inlarge measure at least, and
util we get our Augusta branch comi
pleted we cneerfully advise people
esiring to go to Augusta to take the
Seaboard Air Line to Greenwood and
there change to the Port Royal and
Augusta and you lose no time but are
in Augusta in plenty time, for tea.
Close connection is made at Green
wood going and returning. There are
many nice things to be seen iv Augus
ta and best of all you will seea live, hust
ling town, and by this route have some
ustling railroads to put you there
and bring you away.
Any one who has children will rejoice with
L, B. Muiford, of Plainfield, N. J. His little
boy, five years of age, was sick with croup.
For two days and nights he tried various
remedies recommended by,friendsand neigh
bors. He says : "I thought sure I would
lose him. I had seen Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised and 1 thought I would try
It as a last hope, and am happy to say that
after two doses he slept until morning. I
gave It to him next day and a cure was ef
fected. I keep this remedy in the house now
and as soon as any of my children show
signs of croup I give it to them, and that Is
the last of it " i5 and 50 cents bottles for
sale by *
Read what the Drummers say of
it: "Dear Doctor, please let
Henry, the porter at Hotel, have
a bottle of your Compound Cough
Syrup. It is the very best on
earth, especially for Gripp.':
P. B. CursTI.
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by Daven
port & Renwick. tf
Highest of all in Leavening Pom
DR. RICHARD P. CLaRK.
Death of One of Newberry's Oldest and
Most Useful Citizens.
Dr. Richard P. Clark, one of the
oldest citizens of this county, died at
his home at Jalapa in this county on
Thursday, the 6th of December, and
was buried at Bush River church Sat
urday morning. He was born Decem
ber 30, 1814, and was therefore very
near 80 years old.
For many years he was the leading
physician of his section of the county,
aving a largo and lucrative practice,
and from it accumulated a good estate.
For some time preceding his death he
was in bad health and was therefore
not in the a-tive practice of his profes.
;ion. He was 9agraduate of the South
Carolina Medical College of more than
balf a century ago and we presume at
Lhe time of his death the oldest alum
aus of the institution.
He leaves a wife and several daugh
ers, but no son. His daughters are all
married, being Mrs. W. C.Swittenberg,
Vrs. W. E. Merchant, Mrs. S. B. Aull
nd Mrs. L. W. Floyd, all citizens of
He was a good physician and succes
u1 business man, and om his means
was kind to the poor id always will
ng to help and aid th.m when assis
ance was needed. He will be missed
n his community, fer up to the last be
:ook a lively and deep interest in the
tffairs of his State, which he loved. In
ais death this county and State loses a
good man and an upright citizen and
iis family a kind and indulgent father
Johnson's Magnetic Oil kills all pain
whether internal-or external. $1.00 size
50 ets.; 50 et. size 25ets. W. E. Pelbaw.
Words of Appreciation,
Foz many weeks I have been confined
o my bed, sorely afflicted.
During these weary weeks my kind
ieigbbors and friends have been un
emitting in their attention to me and
n supplying my wants. I therefore,
lesire in this card to tender each one of
hem my unfeigned thanks for their
enrous and cheerful attention and
ish that it was in my power to make
ome return. This, is however denied
ne, but I commend them to Him who
ias said: "Inasmueh as ye have done
t unto one of the least of these, my
riends, ye have done it unto me."
T. D. KINA3D.
Mr. Kinard, nearly a week before
is death, requested the undersigned to
>ublish the above card in the thre
apers in which it appears. He desired
ersonally to tbank those who minis
ered to him during his illnees.
J. F. B.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
.iver Oil enriches the blood, builds
ound flesh, restores strength and vital
ty to the debilitated body. Full pint
ottles $1.00. W. E. Pelham.
H RIS TMA8 18 COMING!
But we are here already to
.Make and Bake Cakes, or to
Bake a Turkey.
And cheap at that.
Fruit and Pound Cakes 25c. per lb.
Cakes baked for 10, 15 and 20c. each.
Turkeys baked according to size.
A full assortment of Cakes
Give us a call. Respectfully,
H . WEST.
The Golden Chain.
A fraternal order of the above name,
~iving from one to three thousand dol
ars insuraence. wiil be instituted in this
ity next week by Deputy A. A.N~olan,
f Atlanta, Ga. The headquarters are
t Baltimore, Md. In connection with
he insurance feature, sick benefits are
riven at a small cost, and half the face
f the policy is paid during life should
he member become totally disabled
nd surrender his policy, ceasing to be
The order has been in existence thir
een years, and is now operating in
ineteen States. The asses.ment rates
iven by the Golden Chain are the
nst favorable we have ever seen, and
e commend it to all wanting reliable
OFFICE OF S. CHERRY. 21 Drayton St.,
SAVANNAH, GA., December 16, 1894.
EssRs. LIPPMAN2 BROS.. Savannah, Ga.:
DA R SIRS :-1 would like to add my testi
nony to the almost miraculous effect of P. P.
'.in the case of Mary Ingraham, a woman
lying on my place; she had a constant co.agh,
ore throat, debility, etc., and was emaciated
o a degree that she was unable to get out of
>ed unaided, being given up by physicians:
he had taken the ruinous so-called Blood
edicines without the least effect until being
ut under the P. P. a'., she immediately began
o improve and is now in as good health as
ver in her life. You can refer to me at any
ie as to the effects of P. P. P. in the fore
og cs. YustAULCH ERRY.
A Marshal Saved Life and Hair.
Jan. 21, 1891.
For the last eight years I have been in bad
ea:th, suflering with Ma aria., Rheumatism,
)yspepsia, Dropsy. My digestion was bad.
Ld my hair all came out, in fact I was nearly
wreck. I had taken kidney and blood
nedicines, which did me no good. When I
>egan taking P. P. .P., about three months
tgo, I wasas weak as a cuid. I have only
aken four bottles (small size), and to-day I
Lr a well man and my hair has *ecomne
gain." 1 cannot recommend P. P. P. too
ighly. W. P. WARE.
Marshal, Monticello, Fla.
F. C. OWENS, Witness.
PELHAM'8 PECTORAL SYRUP.
Dear old Maj. Chris. Saber, of
precious memory, indaced Bunch
McBee, the railroad magnate, to
bry Pelham's Pectoral Syrup for
fearful cold, bordering on pneu
inonia, during their visit once at
bhe Springs of Virginia. The re.
ults were very happy: Bunch
wrote and declared that Pelham's
Pectoral was the greatest cold and
sough medicine on earth. This is
niversal testimony. Price 25c.
Now is the time to buy
your Jewelry, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Silver Ware, &c.
Go to the Book Store and see
bow much you can get for a
small amount of money.
Z. F. WrGHT.
M. L. SPEARMAN.
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by.
Davenport & Ren'Iork.
,er.-Latest U.S. Govt Report
A Handsome Window.
A. C. Jones has an eye to beauty as
well as to business, hence it is no won
der that the front window of his store
in the new poetoffice building is so
artistically arranged with samples of
the style of goods to be found within.
I In fact his entire storeroom presents a
charming scene of blended beauty and
business. Read his change of adver
tisement in another column and pay a
visit to his store, which will be pleasing
and profitable to all concerned. Joues
keeps a fine line of newest goods and
sells them cheap. See for yourself.
A Sunday Shooting.
Last S-inday afternoon there was a
shooting affair in colored high life in
Newberry. Fes Cannon and Theo.
McClellan met at the railroad crossing
at the oil mill and after a few words
Theodore drew his pistyl and fired
ipon Cannon twice striking him once
in the thigh and once in the arm.
Neither wound is serious. McClellan
was arrested and placed in jail, but
has been admitted to bail. There was
a woman somewhere in the case.
Mr. Ira P. Wetn ore, a prominent real estate
agent or San Angelo, Texas, has used Cham
berlain's Colic. 1,holera and Diarshoea Rem
edy in his family for several years as ocra
sion required and always with perfect suc
cess. he says: "I tind it a perfect cure for
our baby when troubled with colic or dysen
tery. I now feel that my outfit is not com
plete without a bottle of this Remedy at
home or on a trip away from home. For
sale by .
Marriage of Sheriff Nance and Miss
Abbeville Press and Banner: Last
night at half-past seven o'clock our
popular and efficient Sheriff, Captain
F. W. R. Nance, and Miss Ella Hucka
bee of our village were married at the
tone of her nephew, Mr. Julius H.
DuPre, the casbier of the Farmer's
Bank. A number of friends and kindred
were invited to witness the ceremony,
and the bride and groom put on their
happiest and best looks. May they live
long and be more and more happy as
the years come and go.
. H. Clifford,New Cassell,Wis.,wasrtoubled
with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, nis Stomach
was disordered, his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he
was terribly reduced in flesh and strength.
Three bottles of I-,lectric Bitters cured him.
tdward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a
running soTe on 'is leg of &ight years' stand
ing. Used threi botilesof Electric Bitters and
seven bottles of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and
his leg is sound and weil. John Speaker, Ca.
tawba, 0., had five large fever sores on his leg,
doctors said he was incurable. One bottle
Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Rtobertson
& Gilder, Proprietors of the Corner Drug
For Sale by Davenport, & Renwick.
is our handsome stock of
which we will sell
Give us a call before buy
Rolleitsoin & BiIeI'
Druggists on the Corner.
In large quantities and at lowest
prices at the Book Store. tf.
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by
Davenport & Renwick.
I N FINE Watches, Diamond
Rings and -Jewelry of every de
scription, Solid Silver and Silver
Plated Ware, Silver Novelties,
Banquet Lamps, Clocks, Fine
Table and Pocket Cutleries,
Pocket Books and Card Cases,
Gold Rimmed Spectacles and
Eyeglasses, which will be fitted
to the eye.
All of which will be sold at
prices to suit the times.
Jeweler and Optician.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS,8IL ASJO HNSTONE
bath made suit to mDe to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
Estate and effects of Eliza M. Boyce,
These are therefore to cite and ad mon
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Eliza M. Boyce,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me. in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Newberry Court House, oc the
20th day of December next,after publica
tion hereof, at ll o'clock in tbe forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
thesaid Administration should not be
G~iven under my hand this 5th day
of December, Anno Domini 1894.
.B FEERS T. P. N. C.
What We Say!
WE OFFER until January 1st
1895, our entire stock of
Shoes, Hats, Clothing,
Dress Goods, Jeans,
at cost --:- -:- -:
No Goob C1ariod at Thoso Picea
PROSPERITY, 8, C.
Barrett is Convicted.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 5.--Chas.
P. Barrett was tried to-day on the
charge of conspiracy to defraud the
government by fraudulent use of the
mails and was promptly convicted.
While there are twenty-five or more
separate cases, they are all embraced
under three crimes: Conspiracy to de
fraud the government, cancellation and
It is the purpose of the government
to push all cases to trial at this term,
as the cases have already cost the gov
ernment a small fortune, and witnesses
are here from every part of the United
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y., says that
lie al eps D ing's New Discovery In
the bos n t famIl has always found the
very beat results follow its use; at e would
not be without It, if proeurab!e. G. A. Dyke
man. Druggst, Catskill. 'Kew York. says that
r ng's .Lew Discovery is undoubtely the
best Cough remedy; that he has used it in his
famil for eight ya d it.has rever failed
todo allI tha scael fot. Why not tty a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottle
free '~t Robertson & Gilder's~ Drug Store. Reg
ular size 50c. and $1.00.
All Public School Books
sold at the Book Store at
prices, adopted by the State
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and
Cravats 35 per cent. less than N. Y.
cost. Matthews & Cannon. tf.
POST OFFICE,XLEWBENrK, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
for week ending December 12th 1894.
Mr Lewis Boyd. Mr Philip Logan.
Mrs Viney yluboy. Mr Bennie Mier.
Mrs 8 S Boyd Mr Henderson Mettz.
Mr A B BilL General Marcus.
Mrs Julia Brown. (2) Mr Fredrick C owen.
M r Andrew Cromar. Mr Noble Pennington.
Miss Mary c.annon. Mess nhoe at Bro.
MrE H Colt. Mr D BReid.
Mr A C Crooy. Mr Benson Ruff.
W Y Cole, col. Mr Zettie Roberson.
MrHny rter. Mrs Sallie Summers.
MDe Demi1 oaU5mens.
Mss Mar L Gymph. MrLVac Bughn.
Mr Sippo Demking~ Aaron Wilson, col.
Persons calling for these letters will please
say that they were adve Rtie.DAI N
I FORBID ANY ONE FROM
l.aunting on my land.
CONTRACT TO LET.
T HE COUNTY BOARD OFROAD
Commissioners for Newberry
County will let contract, for Physician
to Poor House and Jail for the year
1895, on first day of January, 1895, at
noon. J. C. DOMINICK,
T. S. SEASE, Clerk.
LAND FOR SALE.
A SI INTEND MAKING A
change in my business, I will sell
between this and first of January, 1895,
my plantation of land in No. 2 Town.
ship, containing 182 acres.
For further information apply to
J. B. MAYES,
Newberry, S. C.
HAVING PURCHASED THE PL AWT OF
the Atlantic Phosphate Company, to
goodwl, we take this method of thanking
the friends and patrons ef the Chicora Per
tilizer Company for their.cordial support and
ptronage in the past of the Atlantic Phos
phate Ccompany, as well as the Chicora
brands, guaran. teeing that under the man
agement of the Chicora. the reputation
earned by the Atlantic brands will be fully
su Ht Ane FERTILIZER COMPANY,
GEO. A. WAGENER, General Manager.
BY AUTHORITY GIVEN US IN
Bthe last will and testament of Fred
erick H. Dominick, deceased, we will
sell, at public outcry, at Newberry
Court House, on saleday in January
1895, the following property of his
I. One share of the capital stock of
the Williamston Female College.
2. A lot of land at the "Anderson
Place," containing one-third of an
~acre, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Preston Dominick, Laura
Mayes, Godfrey Harmon, and estate of
Jacob L. Dominick. Sold by plat.
3. A tract of 298 acres, more or less,
known as the "Jacob Cleland Land,"
and bounded by lands of L. W. Floyd,
J. M. Workman, John Floyd, and
lands formerly owned by John McCon
nel and Winfield Wertz.
TERMS: The share of stock will be
sold for casb; the land for one-third
cash, balance in two equal annual in
stallments, with interest from the day
of sale, secured by bond of the pur.
chaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
'1 HOMAS M. NEE L,
GEORGE B. CROMER,
December 10, 1894.
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The A. M. E. Cenference
Was in annual session in Miller Cha
pel last week. There were same able
preacbers among them, and the busi
ness was conducted in a business-ike
way. Bishop M. B. Salter presided.
We bear.i Rev. J. C. Embry preacb
on Sunday morning and he delivered
an able and eloquent sermon. We are
told t bat some other able sermons were
The following are the appointments:
ABBEVILLE DISTRICr-R. E. WALL. P. E.
Abbeville station, D H Johnson.
A bbeville circuit, J T Stewart.
BAiley Bethel circuit. S H Alexander.
Bradley circuit, F Y Dendy.
Cokesbury circuit, C W Foster.
Clear Spring circuit, E B Bibbs.
Cedar Grove, L S Burneti.
Calhoun Fal!. Wm Cothran.
Greenwood station, G T Coleman.
Mount Zion station,bF. J. Wise.
Mount Carmel circuit, D J Mean.
McCromick circuit, G. I Fair.
Rock Hill circuit, E D Perrin.
St John circuit, A A Moore.
St blary's circuit, I Y Moragne.
Warrenton circuit, B J Ramsey.
St Paul mission, Capers Jackson.
Jenkins Spring mission. T W Wideman.
Tranquill mission, H C Lites.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT-H YOUNG, P. 3,
Columbia station, E H Coilt,
Columbia circuit, J H Gowdy.
Columbia mission, W H Dorroh.
Countsville circuk., M W Willis.
Edgefield circuit, M W Perrin.
Bopkins circuit, L Pyles.
Johnston, F Dreher.
Lexingon. A Bradiord.
Leesville, D S Rice.
Little Mountain, J S W Harper.
Prosperity, J F 'Jackson.
Providence, R H Frierbon.
Rawls Bill, D.6 Scrivens.
hichardsonville. Joe Going.
Ridge Spring, Bobt klmore.
Rock Hill, J-0 Hair,
Sandy Run JS Perrin.
St Paul, E Williarms.
Saluda, G K Lyles
Swansea, Myer Welton.
Mt Moriah,,E D Spearman.
Kingville, F Mattry.
Woodford C W Young.
Lewiedale, L W Shell.
GREENVILLE DISTRICT-C. P. NY LSON: P. 3.
Greenville. L F Vance.
Pendleton, W C Johnson.
Due West, A E Gregory.
Laurens, 1) M McGill.
Antreville circuit, D H Allen.
Mt Carmel circuit, C B Gilliard.
Antioch circuit. J W Lykes.
Anderson circuit, H H Ely.
Greenville circuit, I C Devlin.
Diamond Bill, G Marshall.
Piedmont, P M Harwell.
Fountain Inn, L W Jennings.
Seneca, V G Longshore.
Denver, H E Jennings.
Belton,J C Chandler.
Central, B F Groves.
Westminister, B F Strother.
Pisgah and Vernon, J A Hurst.
Woodruf, W A Jones,
NEWBERRY DISTRICT-C. L. ARCHEY, P. E.
(Ilinton T F Harper.
Chappelis, T J Jenkins.
Enoree, . B. Jefferson.
Goldville, C S Bradley.
Mt Olive, R H Bradley
Newberry station, ) T McDaniel.
Newberry circuit, I H White.
Ninety Six, N Chiles.
St Ma,K Lyles.
Silver tret, B W Boone.
Tranqdl, H Hurst.
Wateree, A A Washington.
Waterloo, H D Dorrob.
Indian Creek, D U Copeland.
WI"_SBORO DISTRICT-R. C. IRVIN, P. E.
Antioch, 8 Mart Evans.
Bethlehem, W H Copeland.
Carlisle, A E T; apP
Mt MeasanL J T Baker,
Rock Hil, J B Wideman,
Spartanburg, Levi Watson.
Snady Grove, J R Martin.
Santuc, F G Young.
StJames, S P Martin.
Wit,nsboro station, J C Hemphill.
White Hall circuit A J C Johnson.
Winneboro. T RMchardson.
Union station. C J Shaw.
Kelton. D B Kinard.
White Hall mission, I C Grant.
AN ATTEMPT- AT AL
Before beginning bargain buying
Consider, consult, confer, enelude.
Cash commands.- Cash conquers.
Debt destroys. Debt is deceptive.
Dare not dangers. Do your duty.
Every effort ever so earnest,
Fatally fails from fears to free us.
Foolish fashion foils our freedom,
First feel free from foolish fancies,
Get good Goods, golden, gilt edged,
EKeaps of heaps. Hear my hearers
[nnumerable, invaluable, Interesting
In infinite, inviting variety.
Jobs. Just jolly junketing Jobs.
Kash kills Kin Kredit.
Lessens labor, lashes logic, lengthens
Mfakes money move. Much more
Nerves ne'rveless, nervous nobodies.
Note no note, no lien, no scratch book,
No offlee Bible, no pay day to meet.
Never! no never!! no more
Pen put to paper, to postpone pay day.
Owe no Owe. Oath no Oath.
Prices unprecedented, popular,
Prompts promptly paying parties.
Quite gueers the querulous querista?
.Eow the Raquetor rakes in the requi
Regardless of regular retailers
Such simple suggestions should take.
Try to tumble to Our Racket.
Every day, on Main street, at the
A DRIVE IN HATS.
A BI DRiV IN IIAT8
DOME OF THOUGHT
.AT PRICE4 THA T
POPULARIZE OUR HATS.
0. M. JAMIES8Na
WH AVE CAST OUR LOT IN
with the people of Newberry,
and respectfully solicit a share of your
patroncage. We shall keep a nice lot of
WA E BES, ICIKS AN JEEXLR
We have the la igest stock of Specta.
ces this side of Atlanta, and we are
prepared to fit the most difficult cases
of deranged vision that Spectacles will
With an experience of twenty-five
years at the bench, we are competent
to do all kinds of Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing, and especially so
It hard jobs that other jewelers have
We have come to stay.
DANIELS & CO.,
At Dr. Hale's Dru otre.
teningscomfort and improvement snd
r songs enjoyment when
rightly us The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, vdth.
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapti the world's best products to
-thepvlue of physical being, will attest
e ue to ealth of the pure liquid
1,-=ative principles embra6ed 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 tru ly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions andI
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
Iening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of' Fi, is f9r sale by all drug
gists in50can $1 bottles) but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the namV, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
800 different kinds of Tablets at
the Book Store. tf.
THE DIDLY PRILLELU
THE DEADLY PARALLEL COL
umn has been used with fvW~ effect
t" confound the plagiaist in literature.
Let's try it on those who plagiarize our
methods and claim to m eet our prices.
Take the list and set down In the blank
space thbe prices otbers ask and compare
them with our prices.
N Ticking 5c.
CW h. n el 5c
114 not 94 Shetil6w5c.
All ol Jens 19t.
14 N* ~IrTywt k
THE CITCHPENNY GllDS
does not enter our store. 'The best, al
ways the best and only the best is what
we handla All agood direct from the
We Ask Nothing Better
You Can Save a Sight of
Money at Our Store.
0. KLETT NER,
Til Replatef Lov Prices.
NEXT TEN I
Because we wish to reduce
Dress patterns, which have alread;
and now another sweeping reducti<
to procure an elegant suit for a ve
only foi- ten days, because our dre
- The sooner you come th
made. We mean business. Corn
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are 110W IJifig Sal
Manhae & ri
I AML ANXIOUS TO GET THE
attention of the ladies of the Cit
and County of Newberry for the 'next
twenty days. I have bought and bava
now in store.
Men's Handkerchiefs; White Hem
stitched 'Silk, with Initials, Plain
Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, White
Hemstiched Silk HandkerchiefU,Faney
Linen Hemetitched Handkerchiefs,
Colored Bordered and Plain Whifte
Hand,kercbiefs. All -ery-desira
goodoat from Sc. to $1.00 a piece. A
beautiful line of Men's Silk Mufflers
from 8-5c. to $1.23 each.
Men's Gloves, in CassimerM, Scotch
Knit Gloves, Leather Gloves, Kid
Oloves at from 15e. to $1.50 a pair.
Men's Ties, Four-in-Hands, and Wind
sor Scarfs at from 10c. to 50Z.
These are all desirable gifts for- the
holidays, and as I know that you never
forget your husbands, brothers and
sweethearts at this season of the year,
I write specially to you, and ask that
you seewbat Iam doing to supply
your demands for Chaistmas, and if
you do not get anything in' the above
line, and want to make.them supreme
ly happy, buy them some of my fine
C!gars. Rosemont at Se. straigbt,
Cinco 5. or 6 for2.5c. and Lexus 1c. or
3 for 25c. They are the finest Wnhe
To The Young Mew ofd
If you want to look well and keep
comfortable during the holidays, don't
forget that we keep thi latest and best
styles in, Hats, Underwear and bus
penders. My motto is to keep the best
goods and sell them at a little in ad
vance of wholesale prices. Come and
see me. T
New Postoffce Building'
NEWBE RRY,8S. C.
DECEE 11, 1894.
I WILL UNDERTAKE TH E COL.
lection of all claims agai3st the i
United States for captured or aban
donied property during the civil war
1860-186.5. M. A. CARLISLE,
Attorney at Law.2
Newberry, S. C., May 24, 1894
our large stock of IMPRTE-'
been greatly reduced in price,
n in dress making will enable you -
ry small sum. This offer holds
ss making department will sooni
sooner you can get. your dress -
~to see us.
's a Chance
ave But Once. in i'
a Lifetime I
thing, Shoes,. Haiti
1$ & CANNON.