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Deatha of Rev. 5. WVashington, D. D).
The Rev. Eamiuel Washington, D.D.,.
colored, paster of Miller Chapel A. M.
E. Church, of Newberry, died suddenly
at the Methodist Conference, in session
the past week at Clinton, S. C.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
br local app'lcations as tihey cannot reach
the diatosl port I)l.OU of t be ear. There is only
- otte way to cure 1~ai ues.s, antid that is by cona.
st.itut.iona r-enei lee. Tu a.itnas F i caud by
* an Jnflamed ron<dit ion of t ale mucous lining
of t ile Ensl aclaa:a Tn bo. AV lhen tbis tiut 3 is
inflamed you .ave a. ui.>'.ng sound or im
pteloot MAe lg. a..adwion I. Is et1t8roy
clsd Duns is t nto result, and unless I iao
inflamtm:.lon cai be taken o t. 11t.h tn: 4
resto e(i ' ,i ts 'tot'ltnal cond i on, tient ing v;illt
be destro. ei Lotever; ine c. es out of 1 anl
a110 caus dtl by c in-s, wh'c. ..I not t. . . bilt
san inflitned cond it o , of ih taoeoa ti Ifaces.
We.wit give one Wa i<eid Donlas for any
ease of Deafnse (cia.tsed ijy tatartri) that ctan
not be enrLf b. 1atu's Ce tarhnon, .. ,en
lor circula s; f: lr..
I. J. Cli iN & CO., Toledo, 0.
03..o'd by Dzag's sils, 7t c.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.s.
Take Laxative Bromio Quinine Tab
lete. All Deuggist refund the 'noney
if it fals to eure. 25C. b f&tm
.,NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY -
over .C. Williatns', Main St.,Ncwbrry
I tm prepred to make Pictures and
at living .ices.
otl fa to Pur dja e.,,n Pholltograph ci'.
we Clar'k Cutaway Harrows at a
-1'also one combined Mower and
any to Cartolina M'f'g Co.
!THE PRE81DEf~-n ir.o
oftheRulactillaTuve ofO WSuth Is
A LEfNGTiY DOe aMENT soati o?en,
AL GREAT QUEsTION OF ' Fiday,
. - i d to rest
e is Net a Frien to naba--Ti h'forming
Currency Question First in oip was a
anaco a efore Ti s Congress. of Po
Washington, Dee. 0.--At nod
day the first regular vsilol gioved by
55th congress was launche~ tade his
the unknown seas of leg'-esided at
Simultaneously at burh
capitol, Speaker Re4
and Vice-yPresident . fion's plaCe, on
fienate, dropped the :iton Wyatt was
called to order the anot,er tin gro and
over w C. not dead
ats ap s we learn them aicre about
ts fllows: Tho negroes had quahreled
overe a woman, and hand freely used
"blind tiger." The negro wllh slot
Wyatt--we did hot, leanhtiis name
passed Wyatt's h0ous on Friday night
and Wyatt shot at him, but missed h is
mnark. Saturday- morniug lhe camne
:back thiat way and "Wyatt, leveled at
him again with his shot, .gun, but it,
snap)ped and (lid tnt go oIT. 'rie other
negro then ashot Wyatt, as stat ed with
a shot gun, the load tauking effect in his
face. Jt seems hoth of them were
atmed for game.
tBucklon's Arnlca Salve.
Thle best Salve in the world for Cuts,
'Bruises, Sores, Ul cers, 8.lt Riheumn,
FKevCr Sores, TJetter, Chapped Hands,
'Chilblains, Corns, s"(d all Skin Erup
'tions, and posisivel.v eurtes Plies, or nto
pay required. It is guanlteted to give
*jerf'ect aatisfaellion or mroney refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
ohbertson &n Gilder.
DAN .(& CO.,
. gus to say to our readers
they have just received ai large
for tile holhday trade. Thley
don't sol chleap good9,.but they
do sell good goods cheap (for
they haven't got rich at the
* business yet). Any goods sold or
work done by them that has not
given reasonable' satisfacotion
bring them back. Our.motto is
WE ARE~ N)T SATISFIED
1j4 OUR CUSTOMERS
KRE NOT PLEASEib.
Get your Christmas gifts before
they are picked over. fat(W
VAk 4168 ANDj ALIL A1 U
enn1. Mrs. B
OVa ld Bros. fma
of Chappells, Is v6.
pt. Cully, of the Coast Line, wat
o city yesterday.
ditor. Cromer gives notice o1
ng retui ns for taxatt',on.
iss Laura McCoy, of Columbia, iE
asiting at vr. W. 1. Hlouseal's.
Mr. T. N. Wells came down from
Pelzer last week and spent, a few daye
nov. 1i. H. K ohn, of New Market,
Va., was in the city yesterday, shaking
hands with old felends.
tobertson & Glilder's Chistmas nov
elt,es are superb and useful, and you
should see them before purchasing.
H. II. Evans, Esq., has been Aceleet
ed Mayor of Newberry. That city
knows a good thing.--Sunter 1Jorald.
Mr. W. P. Williams caught an otter
in B1u61 RiverV on Saturday that meas
ured 144 inches and weighed 16 potnds.
Revs. C. W. Creighton, D. Ti)lor,
and John W..Speakc are attending the
Methodist Conference in 'lorence this
Mr. W. R. Ried was in to see us yes
terday and Was the happiest m1an we
saw in town, for unLo him on Sunday a
soi wat born.
Treasurer Boyd says it will be fim
possible to write. r'eceil)t.s for the taxes
yet to be collected before the time is
out, and still he is not kept busy these
Iobert Downing will play the ' Glad
iator" in the Nowbert y opera house on
Thursday evening, 16th instant, and
an ent.ertaiumnei. worth gohng to see
will be given.
lMr. lRobert Moorman, son of Mr.
Thos. S. Moorman, formcrly of New
berry. will be married to-morrow at
the Methodist church in Columbia to
MIss Celeste Talley, of that city.
Christmag Week each customer sen
Ing work to the Mansion HoTse Steam
Laundry, of (1-eenville, Cannon &
NM'ayes, agents at, Newberry. will re
ceive a handsome palil of sleeve but
tons in his plackaige.
The limo for paying town taxes ex
pired on December 1st. if you have
not paid, yoo had better attend to it at,
once, befro e the Treasmce gets his de
linquent book made up and executions
are placed in the hands of the Sheri 1f.
The penalty and costs will then be
M. Thos. F. l iimon, geneval agent
for "The, Home i utual Fh e Pt tetive
Assoc'atoi of South Car-Olina," was inl
LOWn fiast,F 10410y anId IlMdI'sCfrt
ory seLideeont with Mrl.. R. ). tiff fior
te damage done to his s)ck in the
late Aife. T., s associat'-n is so man
aged thst the i osured gets h is fire pro
tection at a nom'nat cost compaved With
the tates of a, iif associat,ion ec 1 panies
and in our opinion it is perfeelylt safe.
We arc so wcht satisled and haIio so
much conlldence In it, that~ we have
placed a good part, of our~ insurance in
it. Th,e gectlemen who have thc finan
eial muanagemeont of th)is Institution a,re
Lamonig Newber. y's best and wealthiest
business men, anQ t.he general matnager,
Me . IIar~mon, nuder-stands ev'eey (let ail
of Insurance work. The associat,ion has
secured the se--vices of N r. .J. D). Als
brook who wvill wel-te policies in the in
terest of the associat,ion. -Niannineg
What use is there In eatitng when food
does you no) good-ini fact, wheni it, does
you more harm than good; for such is
the case if it is noat, dhigested'?
If you have a loathinug for fond1 there
i6 nOwso of forcing it down, for it will
not be (1igested. \Coa must r-estore thle
cl igestive organs to their inatural
itrength and cause~ the food to adi
gested, when an atppetite w ill comie,
1d( wvithi it a relish for food.
The tired, longuid feeling will give
p)laec to vigor and energy; then yon
d'il I put flesh on youe hones and hecomie
itrong. Theli Shaker D)iges: ivye Coedial
tis maitdeby the Mount LeCbanont .Shaker~s
:sonta!nas food already digested and is .a
:ligostcr of foods as well., its action is
pt-rmpt and its etfets permanltient.
Doctors p)rescribeo LAXO!, becamise it
has all the virtuecs of Castor (Oil and is
TIhec followinug ollicrs were elected
to serve for the ensuing Masonie -year:
WV. M.--A. C. Jones.
S. W.-McK(. Uiutchison.
J1. W.-O. U1. Mayer.
Ti-eas.-L. M. Speers.
Sec.-J. HI. M. Kilnard.
.J. D. WXm. ii. K(ibler.
T1iler-W. S. Mann.
The installation will take laeio at.
the Masonic H all on the 27th inst., at
1.30 o'clock sharp. A supper will be
served irnmedi ately a fteir the i nstalla
Liiti to \vbich the brethren will bring
Thie Coiming WVomant,
who go: -ito t he club while her hiusban'dl
1*end(1 1 he blaby, r9 well tint he1 goodl old
faeshiomt I wvomian iwhoit looks r ci-e her m
home, will hot h t t iese get rin downm
in health. Th'ey wilt he I.otibht I wit ht
loss of mpi P1tiC ', lit .dcht , sleepl
nees, fuitut og or eizzy spelha 'lThe mti
w~onder.Itti Ia du'(y for I he e women Is
era trome I .muo lhsek mru WVeak Kitd
nmeys ri1. tip itnmd -:0l tit' e -d, It. is
the medelic no tor wornen."u ema lee- com.
p laints and Nt- eious lronhId- eof ae'l
k ids atre lie )I relie3ved( by thIe us.e of
Islectric lite rs. D)ellcale wen
should keep Ibhis remuedy on ha nd to
build uip ihe syst omi. Onmly 50e E:rr hot -
tie, at Itebertsoni & Gilder.
.Jamiesoni is selling Clothing cheap
to nieet, the decline i16 cotton. Now is
Vour' time to secure a good and ser
viceable Sunit chean.
E EWBERRY HE
COTWON OlOWE114 CONVFNTION.
All the Townships Itepresented-lkleriua
neut Orgaitz,tton Effeeted-Rese
Mr. I. T. C 11unter the county or
ganiizor called the Cotton Gi-owors
Conivenltionl to order yesterday 'in the
court houso at about one o'clock. le
said it was uinecessary to read th,o call
as it had been published In the papers
and of course every one read the papers.
Tie Ih-st business was to elect olicer.
Col. Geo. Johnstone nominated Mr.
R. T. C. Minter for chairman and he
was unatninously elected. Mr. lluntv
said he would rather the honor ha
fallen upon s;omeo one else, but he talilk
ed the convontion for tile honor con
ferred and proceeded to business.
Nlr. A. 1-1. Kohl n moved that all pre
sent, be invited to participate In the
mnecting and be entitled to vote and it
Dr. V. C. Brown nominated Mr. .1.
S. M,cCarleV for Vice-president and he
was (h 0 (d. .
AMr. Geo. Jolirstone nominat,d Mr. l.
11. Grencker for secretary and E. II.
Aull for treasurer and they were
The roll as published in Tile Herald
and News of Friday was then called.
Tie (elegates not reported in the pa
per were, from No. :3, M. Ruff, J. M.
Wicker and J. II. Smith: from No. 11
R. P. Cromer, ). A. Dlickert and Robt.
Siligh. In No. 10 io nceting was held.
li No. 6 W. A. 1111 was substituted
for- 13. 1. Goggans. The other delegates
rematined as already ptublished. But
everybody present was invited to par
ti!ilae anti n1o roll WUS m1ad1We up.
Iii a P. V. Capers came in' and he was
made assistnat secretary.
A 11. A. .I. Kohn said as there wats
n1otlin'g liefork, I]h(. Ihouse he would
ofler the f Ilowuing resolutions as being
in comlialiatwc, with Ihe lrequest, of
i'r-esi(eit \V imborn f theu State organi
Whereas, Mr. .1. C. Wilborn, -l'csI
(et of the ('otton Growers Associt,ion
of Soulth CaIMoL ilt-' 1e(jiWste(d all
conventions pleding,lii members to
eaIry out the platis adopted by tile At
lanta Conven tion, therefvre 1e it
lAesolved, that the cotiton growers of
Newberry County in conventioi ats
sembled hereby pledge ourselves to
carry out the p'an adopted by tile Conl
ventin to be held in Atlanta Dcem
Capt. .Jno. F Banks said he did not
intend to say anything, but he did not
see 1ow any one could pledge himself
to carry out somei.ing that 1he doesn't
know alytling about 1111( 1e (lid not
u1ndestAlld why Mr. Wilborn should
ask us to o it. How do we know whatt
the Atlinta, convention will do and
whether or not we ea endorse it? Ile
was opposed to tile resolition.
AI r. K(ohn, who introdueed tile reso
lution, satid hie was not in favor of it
hinlself anild agreed most heartily with
Mvi. lanks. Ie simiply offered it as it
was a rC(uest fron the president of tile
State organ izavtiti and1( the mecetinvg
on hI takIe such11net-ion oni it, as it saw
prloper. Theil mlat teri is before yon.
Cal. JTohnstono said it struck him
that both genItlemlenI wer'e right. It
will no(t do( to adopt tihe resolu tion id
brielly 0out,lined0 tIhe p)lan of vir'. J . T.
hl(kddy as8 pub h lihd in tIhe paple-s and1(
as lhe J1mdersto(ud 1i, anid suggest.ed th at
a comm iit.tee of i t3 I he appo inted to pec-&
parc e r e(sollt,iOnIs as a suibstitute
of the0 resol"tion offleredl by Mlr. Kohn.
Tihi s was done1 anid thle following comn
mI itec named: G eo. J1ohnlstones, A. H.
Kohn, JIno. P'. Bianks, WV. A. 1Hill, .J.
C. S. Birown.
While the committee was preparing
its report a collection wvas taken up to
(defray the e xp)1ense of at hail for the
Athmnta meetinlg. Mr. Wilborn te
qulested eacth counit,y to send one dollar.
The collection amlounlted t.o $* 80.
'1he following resolutions wvere of
fered by tihe committee anId unvan imous
WVhereas this Association looks wvith
pleasiute to aniy mnovenientt having for'
Its object tihe raising (If tihe pi)'ce of
colttonl to tile end( that, 1110 producers
thereof maily retceive tihe legit,imate re
wvards of thir1 labIor, t,herefore he it
Hoesolved, That we tendelr to the con1
vent,ion shortly to he held in Atlanta
havinig thait object iniew our 011 sympa
thieos atnd (co-operationi ini catrrying for
ward( any13 plan1 thatt can he formul ated
b)y tihem) that commendls it-ee'f to our'
judgmnent as being effectivye for the
purposesc ini this resolution antd the lpec
TJhis wasH d(op)tCd as5 a substituite for
thle resolution of MI .. Kohn on motion
of NI r. Jnuo. WV. Scot t.
Mie. S. DI. Aull suggested that the
lmmbers (If th is miecti ng go 1home1 and
o1'ranlize thelir townuships. -.
NI r. John1 stone si ia s we scaredly
kne1w uponl what plan it was best to or
ganize it mlighlt he host, 'to eleet one
man11 from each I townishlp to organlize
AIlr. JIno. W.'. Scot t sidt as for as theirt
townshiPt thley hadl atlready organlized
and( lhe thought,. it was well for the
fartmers t(o have townisip or)0ganizav
Air'. A nll's mo(tionl was t,beni adopted"
t.halt the declegaLtes he I nstructedl t,o go
homte and1( or'ganize their townshlips avid
th at in so dlotig the y co-operate wIih
the t,ownshiip clhaIirmuan hierelofore aip
NI r. John istonel then' mlov'ed that. the
meetinlg elect, (1nc mlembler from eatch
townlship as at membOiler of an1 excuIti ve
con1111nIttee with thel pr'esident (of thae
meet-ing as8 chliaima avid It was atdopted:
Th'le followinug executive commvittee
NO I--f. HI. Folk.
RALD AND NEWS,
No 3-J. H. Smith.
No I-Jno. W. Scott.
No 5--w. B. Aull.
No 6--W. G. Peterson.
No 7-J, R. Irwin.
No 8-J. W. Reagi.
No 9-G. Y. H unter.
No 10-J. N. Feagle.
No 11-D. A. Diokert.
It was movt.d and adopted that, tht
treasurer soud one dollar' to J. C. Wil
Mr. Johnstone thought that whero
should be another meeting before
Christmas and as soon after the Atlanta
meeting as practicable.
It was decided that another meeting
be held on Monday, Decenber 20th, in.
the court, house at 11 o'lock.
The townships are requested to hold
meetings between now and that time
aid elect delegates.
The convention then adjouilied.
NO. 9 TOWNSHIP.
Tle cotton growers of No. 9. town
ship are requested to meet, at Pros
perity, on Satuaday 18th, at 2 p. Im., to
elect dolegates to a county convention,
to be held at Newberry, Decenber 20.
NO. 6. TOWNSHIP.
The cotton growers of No. 0 town
shipl) are requested to meet at Long.
shore, on Saturday, December 18, at 2
p. m., to elect delegates to the conven
tion at Newberry, on 20th.
NO. 11 TOWNSHIlP.
The cotton growers of No. 11 town
ship are requested to meet at, Zion
Academy, on Sat,urday 18th, at 3 p. i.,
to elect delegates to the convention to
be held at Newberry, on the 20th.
Free or Charge to Sufererrs
Cut this out and take it lo yourdrug
gist und get a sample bw.tle h ee of Dr
King's New Diiscovery, for Constinp
t ion, Coughs and Colds. They do not
ask you to buy before t i ylig. This
will 141ow you the great merits of this
truly wonderful remedy, and show you
what can be seenmpliAhed by the regu
lar size bot tie. 'Tiis is no ex pet 0ment,
and would he (Isastrolm to the pro
priefors, did they not know it would
inlvaliably cure. Many of the best
physielans are now u,in)g it in their
pracLlee with great iestills, and are re
lying on it i) mostseverecases. It.is
guanweed. Trial botites.free at Rtouert
son ami Ullder's Drug Stoie. 11egular
siz- 50 cents and $1.03.
The Right riane!
'After looking all around
town Santa Claus has
discovered the right
place, and knows where
het can procure his sup
for those who are ex
pecting sOiething extra
this year. You will
-ngree vith him when
you have looked over our
Cups and Saucers,
andl lots of little Novel
BUTTON BOX ES,
and other Novelties--too
many goods and( too
mnany prices to mention
themi here. You will
have to visit. us. You
Robertson &, Gilder,
Claeap Ita- to CI,arleseto,.
F~or the occasion of Gaila week ini
Dha'leston the Southernu Rail way hats
innrounedt spleciail low rates, mand those
who ant,icipate a visit to the city by the
seaL will misa one of l.he greatest pleats
Lires of the tr'ip if they fail to go by
way of the Southmernm road. Tickets
w ill be put , on sale December 13, 16,
1 7, and 18th limited for~ rturmn passage
itntil Deccember 20th inclusive, for one
rare for the round trip)-$5. 75.
For the same occnsion tickets will be
sol d by this ioad on the 14th and 15th,
liminited for~ return panssage uintil D)eemn
ber 18th-at the following rr tes: Chap
iellIs, *1.10; Old Town, $3.9)0; Silvyer
Streeot, *3.930; iH elena, $3.0); Newherry,
*9.70; Prosperity3, $3.50; Pommaria, $3i.50.
. .I. A. lBUi:TON. Agent.
M'y Rest.aurant is Openf for'
the season and ! arn prepIar'ed
to ser've the pu)Ibl ic in f'irt..
class style with theC very best
the market affo'rds. Polite
and( courteous attention to all..
I am p)reparedl to servo cus..
tomers at all hours.
S, B. JONEs,
Gloves! Gloves! Of all grades, shades
and nrices at. Jamlosm's.
THE SINGIN MKULE.
A Large aud 1nthublustle Audience GJreats
Though the weather was inclement a
large and enthusiastIC aud 1en1cO greeted
the Singin Skulc in the opera house
last Friday night.
It was heartily enjoyed Vy those pres
ent and everybody had a good hearty
laugh. The pupils had not been prac
ticed but a short time, but they wore
apt pupils aid did their parts well.
The costuuies wore well gotten up and
the disguises in soic instances were
We cannot mention each separately,
but. Davy Doodle, Dr. E. C. Jones, fur
nished a good niany very hearty laughs.
Billy Hunter, as Mechach Hawkins,
also deserves special mention. "The
American GIrl," by Cardelia Turvey
diro), as imIt3rsonated by Miss Estelle
Todd, was especially good and brought
an encore from the andience.
Master Edward Houseal made a first
rate yellow kid and was well received.
One of tle best characters was Shad
rack Weller by Mr. J. E. Russ.
.Hoieo and Juliet Shalkespear, by Dr.
h. A. Daniels anu Irs.Theo. Johnstone,
wias also encored by the audience and
Alrs. Peter Robertson as Mrs. Mercy
Meekins was well done, and the two
old maids, Patience Ploppernent, Niss
Nannil Mayes, and .1crushy 'riminis,
Miss E'lla iser, was very much en
joyed. In fact all the parts were well
sustained. Mrs. MeekinsTwin, M isses
Marie Werber and Grace Clark. with
their dolls were tcharuiig. "%,eading
from the book writ by herself," by
Jerusalem Slmimkins, Aiss I104a .1ones.
wias one of th i best parts on the nter- a
ost.ing prograitn. Iu1it wil- go (n1? It,
was all gool and heartily enjoyed.
Messrs. Ilec-trumii and WNillard under
stand tncir 1vock and gave those who
were so fortunate to he iresent on Pi- v
11ay evening a very enjoyable aml d
We give below the progrannue witht
t,he parts taken by each one
PR'IR1A M OFe .J1DD IAJ BiIOBBI1N S IAXNN
SliUIC,E UNDiAN TilC IlDIRCTION 01.
ME.SSWS1. HERiiTRAMI ANID W11.
1,A Il1) () -1N" NVW YO I Ii.
Gr-and nial-cb by Samanit.hatAlle.-n----l
Mrs. Dr. Kihler.
"6The Sin;.,in Skule'--Mrs. Bobbin-- t1
Mr. Bertramil and the Skile.
"ly Little IRose"-Solo, Alviry
Slinmmlins--MIes. IIobt. Weleh.
Speech-"T'he we.d of hogans Alley"
-Yellow Kid, Eidward .Hlouseal.
"'lhat's ihe t ine when no m1canls yes,"
Solo by Trilby O)'Farrell Mrs. W. 1'. C
"The Little ('erman L ove" T.om
Huckleberry - Sin It. Jones .wi tiho
La Screneta, 1by h I ondill'a, Siubhert,
luet-J ulict, Shalcespear, NI .s. Theo.
Johnstone, and NMerey k ltek ins, Mrs.
"My gal is a high born lady"-- Shad- 1
rack Weller, JT. 11. Russ.
'I High School G irls" -Ducte--G(lori
ona Snigglesby, Miss D)elle Land, Lore
run Bricabrac, Miss Lois F"ant.
"IsabnelIe" ---Selo-Johnosaphiat, Hankt
ns, Eu ard Schol tz.
"Two Old Nla's"-l 'atienuce l 'epper
mient, NIliss Nanmnie \Jayes, .Jeroshny
P'rimmi ns, Mdiss Ella Riser.
"Sikutle I'xamtn iatoin"---bny Pd es.1
"'AsIk the Stars"-A ingel ina Truelove,
NIiss Carrie Mayes and the skule.
The Naughty KId--Yellow KhId.
"Cribbed out of Shakespeare"' andc "'I
have sighed to r'est,"--J uliet, Mr s.
I'heo. Jonistone, anid RomeoC( Shakes.
near, D)r. B. A. D)aniels.
Speech, '"The bnoy b)iuned onl the stood
ng deck"--Mechnach Hlawkins, WV. [1. j6
"MNIercy, Prve leeni Th in king''-A two.
30rndered peace-Mericy Nieek ins, MI rs.
P eter I oh ertson, and JeddiahIlil 11obbin1,
"iasnc5ue ( lIe VirgiinIa"'-De )ris IDoo
ittle, Julian K(inard.
"'r will play In yonm' yard"'--.dI
MIeekcins's TJwins, Mdisses Miar i Wer'
>er' and G raec Clark.
''The Scale in hymne"-IHesy~ Him --
mns, MIiss Sara Wh leeler. el
'"Thc A nmrican G irl"'- (Cordel ia '
I'urv'eydlrop, MIiss Estelle T'lodld.
''Tbn Leader(1't of de C'omapany it"
.2hari ty IHumnikiins, Md iss Sena li ser, and
"RI.eading From~i the Book Writ Ihy
lersenlf'". -Jerusalema Sinkins, MI iss Iula p
'"Hear de Ring oh de Wecddim' HelIls"
-Danmvy D)oodleI, D r. Ed J ones, and1(
T1hne other~i "'skol lers'' were: Zebnulon
~'opp)iins, I sobert, WVeih: WV ilie WV inkie,
I'C. Cavanauagh; Oblediaih Witorbototom,
3. M. Aull; lle,.ekiah ohicnln,ms, Z. F.
Wright, TIobias Il'erk ins, l)r. .1. M. K ihi
opy or Lea r rrom, itev. Mi. .1. i'mapt in t
Mtr. and lUa,. ,J.nit,nati Iii)l aa.
Mr . J1ededi1althclobbi n ritec nowa at N ew
berry, Souis Kerli na.
IDear Snur: .t~I lrn from de II erald ana
%oos thet, NM Istus-Ihobbi n is gun ter kit
1p awfully ter' imorrow anite in de operuay
louns' ani' show oif her beys ana gals for
he edlification and iusemet, of my
lle friens ini Nonoberry. As I amin't
lua~ inted w Id you r ole 'oman I feel grat
lilecaey in cin a tu hear, so I wish youn
A'onld ax her if she would kuim to Sit
/anny Georuy an L.each er' sinigin skmule.
sumn of we tins Is'p)owfual ignorant, of
noiclk ani (b needc at good teacher oif it
roele culturm ..d nmaybe your wi fe cnd I3
ilo the bill. We nns hevy a aito of Ii
urudo material an cain giLt up a si ngin ']
ukule from a way back-the people of Vn
savainny' l1ikt good lalf mnity welI--atx h)
Ie ole 'omannn her priice ana ite perti k- p l
era to -ci
Yore unknon imoosiekel fremn,y
M. .1. Ilr'PTINo. fi
There was the usual December ero d
n town yesterday and everybody was
i good spirits and most of the land
Thu Master eold a uinmbor of tracts
mld inI nearly overy.case the picO wits
Tile following are the cases and the
>ureliaers and prices:
Blease vs. lIe--one-fourth ae lot
in town, to T. C. P'ool, for $252.
Bluilding and I nvestinent, kompany
'S. Doinihilck - oe-halif ae lot in
owl, to Irestonl nominiick, for $1,050,
lh1ilding atid Investment, Company
'S. Wvart:-- onle-hiallf acre lot inl lown.
o J. A. A. .ek welder, for $400.
A. II Kohn vs. Lang Gary-I0 ace,
Li A. 11. Kohn, for $110.
Mary Nesley va. ILizzie ilnler--47
cles, to J. A. Caldwell, for $315.
John 1l. Mars vs. NIissouri Mars
ract 'No. 3, known as the Oxner
lace, 282 acres, to George .1ohnstone,
ttorney, for $1112; tratt, No. -1, klown
S thu. Rohert, Alars' place, to M. .,
'arlile, at.ouievy, for $1.85).
Merelhant vs. Wertz-Tract No. 1, :0
eres to .1. .1. Seli timpert., for :0;'q No. 2,
I ares, to J. .1. Sch un per'. for $185.
.o. :1, 0,0 ries, to 1%'. 12. Sch nipert, for
Thovats vs. Thotmnas, 30 ateres, to D)r.
L. Iwigshore, for $IO5.
Il)ekett vs. Duicett - :1; ar-es, to
). D itekett. for $1,200.
P'nOB\TE' .it. 'S A ,..
'T'o I 'robite Jide Sohl ill two Vases:
IHeinsonl vs. I Iensonl Whito place.,
10.05 ares to (). 1,. Seliltmipert, for
)65: Jolhnsonl plave, 8S.No acres to
'. Jolmson, for $285: No. 1. 5)9avrcs,
'1. Al. Smith, for $1,105: No. 2, 17
mrcs, to 1. MI. Smith, for $1,025: No. 3,
1.25 acres to I. <>I . 11. 1' vats ftr $7 10
.1. .1. Li,o aimtim . vs. ( hCovilw 22:1.78
eres to Cativili It. 11alker, for $750.
We did not get, an olpportunitv to
isit,'the Honek-yat.r but w. Sippose it
id the usual alltount of hsines.-; as it.
asi a good day.
Th'le Bilildinly andi Ilvestillvil ('om
itiy sold a lot ol Main Strlet, htwvo
W. Cia ppeI's aind S. S. Ialgford's,
) ,J. W. Chappoll, for $330. Ie share
otton Iill stovk to Mis. Goo. S
lower for $95. Five.sliaires same stock
) .1. A. (arlislh, for $95.50 per shae
'Il(, other stock 01'e1ed wLS hid inl bY
wn (Colnlpanly al. $951 por Almtre.
Th'lere wa" al..o Soo s tovek S4).! IY
hu're are ots )f t hI ings in1
Jewelryv Store thI at <lonI't
Lots ol smallartist icart ie's
tituitle for XmasII~1 pr'Ceents
hat y'ou wVolhl niever thiniik
Wer1 have'L a beauitifl linte or
mall No~velt.ie~.s at e x tremel iy
You can comle anid spend a
'leasantI houri in lookiing
rounlld att our stoc'k'HiI and by
1l \n('011 get, readly.
EI~DU A RD) SCItO LTZ,
'Thel fie,li ne~11) of (Geis I"ine itru
SNewberryi'' lL,Ii atiiaieson1'.
tacks in ") S ilf aiiti I"elt, tiats at
A Ii rst-class WVhooeler & Wilson No.
Sewig M mcinIt t:hieap at.
erchtiefs antd Ncek Ware at
Jm ni eston's.
A\ lot oif airst-r lass l 'ats at,. one)-hialf
former prlCiesI. at Jaitison's.)
annon & Mayes,
Are Agents for the
lansion House Stean
3reenville, S. C.
ailways (excitedi by tho intunacuiluto.
li'I nt app)jonran lCe of thei inant w hoste
ho youngi ladies of Nowhierry ali
ays sy t hey know when IlinenI hits
atronis "aiiways look as if tey had1(
>oout of at bandu bo.'" Haivo
our lineon in order for Chtristmas
Progrtatime for Tenchera' Association Dec.
1. Sclool historlee and how I teach
MhCm1--J. S. Vcolar and Ajis Lilian
2. Tho obligations of a teacher to his
ppils--M r. W. M. Black and Miss
:1. Query box.
I. Aliscellaneous business.
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
T. 0. BOOZER, Ag.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Will sell you Whis
key, Rye and Corn,
at 50 per cent. re
duction. Pure whis
key at reduced
prices. Now is your
time to buy. Only
the purest stock to
be sold at such re
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
I havos coerill-4-d at first -cIass workiman
ip'lillhingl-al elf-0t.ri. wor.k. I will
bo volinly it) dio anly kintd of work inl
ahovo lw-:uwho.s whon Ote t.ime collnes.
I shall sitri'e o laivisv ill overy Wily,
anl vvery job 111inst. g ive sttisfactionl.
W ill o pletsil t) Intake, estnliattie!s frve
-raltis. i tui nll y hi inippedi to do0
T''11-1111ing h'azin , Y ol .kn Izig
ko(qp it 'illi 1upply of bicycle sniis
sinvcs by t.he( v:l- at all1 priovs,
I have eciv ltlmaly kinl) fatVol's
froml tiho ploiplo of 'Nevb-.err-y inl the
I azk for a ill in lt so now brhlliles
lif mlY buiniliss.
a. W. WHITE.
I ()li AN Al"'ll0lIl) AGEiNT
9 ill be' at, thje follow in la iices i
Athe tls . mu n i, for 21,hel, seo a<
At fo 'ti iii. ye 11u- s i: aIt
A\ il' pia~ .haintiiy lith.
.\ t. Ch )pel b lllinary 181.h
A t. .ttginl's StreV s..au 9h
A ti.c apa .wlnnar ill 0th.ll'itI 11h
AIht \'it.ie .lan.nu-yc' 21s11 ot. V
ti ' .\layh~ itn .lat tr i s ..i t bl t
Aol ~ t lt lcn . l I avIt h a. Il la
t ' lih's . 'o lntill e ill8t h. i~ I
Al It .lol t reegtli.unr 0h
A t t. Inke' Feb m A. Ns.. (4
.\! l'rosperity i I'i' In- te i an 3
pin~Vtity oli tft pe tlni. 5 tibe ai,tled
A i ll ot anilIl totgages nil Imoneystt I
it'etaxil. and person hIt wennil lithef
agi's of fli aIu 110 iif r r liab l e (Ito
l'Sl x .~ Su lit Iixempti by hit. T a
provide also for an inm h,tx,,in-i
coms l $I0 00 a111ils upAr. Spic'ial~
blNksIill b -Ifurnai9 hed for k inga~
merchuits el NeturnIi.iz( iiil No statemet
poper5Ily5i' sent1 iwilil be rcep'iv d
-8t7 lW.t)WitlI '. 'III M l
.11NIN A I M IAN.).