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Ad itsilngBuroau(OSpraalt._x 4dOBtRt o uo t. <11T aW.a
1IAPTIST-Hov. C. P. Scott, pastor, absentt i
iresont. Sunday school at 4:80 p. n.. Mr..
3. Carwilo, Suprlinttodent. 1'rayor meet i
Wednesday at 8 p. i.
LUTi1EaAN-Itov. A. B. Meolackin, pasto
Preaching next Sunday by the pastor, at:
a. in. Sunday school at 11:80 a. in., Mr. Georg
B. Cromer, Superintendent. Prayer iteetit
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
MIETHODIST-Rov. It. F. Clrietzborg, past o
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. next Sl
day. Sunday school at 4 p. m.. Mr. John i
Chapmn, huperintendenf. Prayer mcothi
at8 p. m.
A. It. Pl'ESn:YTiU,AN-Itev. E. P. McClintoel
pastor. Service next Sunday by the paste
at 11 a. in. Suncdav school at a):3g a. in., 5.1
M. A. Carlislo, Su erintundont. Player ma'ee
ing Wednesday at 8 p. n. All-sionary Societ
Wednesday at 8 p. m., Mrs. C. Mower Pros
dont. W. U.'. U. Tuesday at 5 p. i., '1rs. 4
EPtasCoP'Mr-ltcy. \Y. 11. Ilancekol, recto
Service by the rector every third Sundny s
1t a. in. atu 4:30 p. in Lay reading by DIr. D
B. Dlazyck at 11 a. m.
PtrsnE'rlaAN-No pastor at present, Sul,
day school at 5:30 p. nt., Mr. W. E. Pelhnti
Superintendntent, Prayer mooting Wednesdn
at 8 p. ml.
Robertson's Fever and Ague Curei
the only certain cure for chills and fevei
Come and buy a bottle at his Drug Stoi
opposite the Post Ollce, and quit you
An elegant line of ready made cloth
lg just. received at
9-22-tf. MINTER & JA\IIESON'S.
A large supply of school books ju
reeeivedl at Caiston & unt's. 9-22
Secretaries of societies call on J. W\
Chapman for Record Books. 9-8
A fresh supply of strong A pple an
White Wine Vinegars for sale cheap c
Robertson's Drug Store opposite tb
post oflice. 7-21-tf.
Handsome Photo. and Autograph A
bumlis at Chapman's. 2--17-tIf
Splendid lot of Blank Books at .. 1
Chapmanl's, and cheap too. 9-S
Old Iron, taken from the jail cells, .
good as new, for sale cheap by
3-31-tf. J. S. RussEl:r,.
Caston & Hunt will give you the ver
lowest figures on text books. Don't bu
til you see them. 9-22
Tie care of the teeth is of the first in
portance; clean them well with Wood'
Odontine and you will have nto trouble
2ic. a box at all druggists. 9-29.
No rent, no vlerk ihire etnables tmet
sell at bottoml prices.
8-10-tf J. S. R ussEl:..
F1nl1 line School Hooks just. from th
piblishers at Chapmuan's book store
Sold at publishers' prices. " 4-S
i you wish school books, slates, schor
bags, school :tationery, &c., at. roc'
bottom prices, call oi Caston & Iiumt
Will keep on hand Red Asht and Whit
Ash Coal during se:ason. Orders solicit
edl. Prices reasonable.
P-S-1mta E. A. Sc<rrT, Coal Detaleri.
Entouagh Boots and Shoes to supll
the t own and comitty jut r'eceivedl at
tI-22-tf MINTER & .JA.\faIEsoN.
Emnbroidcry P'atterns, St aaped, a
A lairgc supply of gla.s ware ani
ci ockery'~~*t~ waelheap at.
3-10-tf .J. S. lItUssEu;is.
For blanak books, comapositLion andt e'n
eureise books, pocket mtemaorantdiums an
account books of all kinds, call on Cas
ton & litmni. 1-22
Tar'tartt and barown' stainsa disaippear i
WVood's Odotine is uised accordtintg t
dIirectionts, whmite teethI andt soaund: gmana
are linsured't 1by it s use, '25c. a box at a:
Swift & Courttenaay PatIoir Matches
Coat's Spool Th'lread, N asoni's Blacking~
Campbell's Baking Powders, Chtoic
Vinegar, N. 0. Syriup, Newv Maickere
Lard, Sugar, Rice, etc. A new lot c
D)ry Ooods, Boots and Shoes at
8-1 8-tf J. S. R UssE LL's.
.J. W.. Chanpmnan catn Please the moim
ecoxnmical buayer of Books anad Statior
Furaither DeCvelopmaenats ini the Marf
'VT openuing of Capt. John W. M'loni
gomercy's safe fandl the teft of $2,50
worth of je welry, wvhich we charonilele
last week hans p)roved to be ntot so imy
terious aifter all. All of the jewelr'j
watches, silverwaire, &c., was found las
Friday mtorning tunder thte cellar stalt
of the store. T1he services of detectiv
Puracell, of Augusta, whto camne on Wei
niesday in answver to a telegaa, wver
atot needed(. T1hiIs Is all thtat we deem t
necessary to say.
Castont & Hunt keep the largest stoe
of smnall and fatmily bibles, gospel haymn
and1( all kinds of sontg books int thle cit3
Give thema youra order. 9.22
Quininae, Cornpeatatd Cathiaratic Pill
atm the ar F"amilly Med ic ines aut
1-)7--t.f. .J. S. Rurs.ss,'.
Near PrIosp)erity', of nmalarial fever' o
thle 24thI Sci.tber, Little Mitanhi
dlaitghater' of Mr. andt Mr's. Alana Withi
mant, age live year's andi( otn oth.
- ootl for thea bahin atat nerves t tat 'll It
vigortate the hotly withioua tatoxientinug,
whant we naeed in a harse (lays oi raisha andl worr
IParker's Tontic res9tores the vital entergie,
soothas Itao ne(rves, anal brinags gooti healt
tlcker thant aniythig yoenn umiso. I.--Im
JIthauve been1 iusing Jltahleat' Tonic for somi
4 hme past for Citt ant<l Fevea. anal unhlesitat
,,"ay sayi,the la hos, remaeey I lamvo eve
Cotton 8 to-tlay.
Cottont comes in slowly.
"Tell yonr sister goo.l-bye."
'The 'Texas ponies have arrived.
Ask Saxon about Charleston fish.
Read the '1'ax notice in tIhis issue.
The Charleston exc ursloiist.s rt trned
Mr. W. T. T''arrart went (lewn to (ol
1o Edgeflel( mnen ever go to heaven
Ask sherlfl" Riser.
J. N. Marthi & Co., are the agOnit< fo
- the Star Cotton Press.
g No ear"thluallke as yet as we go to pres:
but at storm ii brewing.
r Newberry County has a l(iggi:, s wit(
.l Ca (liscoluit Cana(la's Wiggins.
We call attention to the new adver"
tisemlent of Mrs. S. A. User & Co.
T. A. Floyl advertises in this issu(
lantis near Saludta 0.. for rent or" lease
The factory Was not in op'rat ion Mon
day afternoon onl accounllt of a hot. jour
In the race for County Comn i.ssionei
the one-legged borse beat the one-eye<
c Aljutant and( Inspector al. .B1onhatn,
' Jr., was ill towi to-day on his way t3
A number of itnteresting "eart(Linak
Views" a r"e oin exhibition at. Castonl S.
Are theie any calltquakes in Edge
t ielti, sure enough h Ask Mr. Jel
Newberry College will open next
inotlday. See adivertisement in anothe
tP. B. Worktnan, .1. .J. Kinard am3 S
t Iealurie Aull are our next County Com
A greater (juIalntity of hay will b
mtadi1 inl Newherry Coul"ty this yen
than ever before,
Chief Jnstice Simpson anid his fl.mily
stoppetl over in Neberry to-d1ay on theil
- way from Lauirens to Columbia.
Aboit.3,000 people were pro:,lit a
the holiness mae(ttiug at l;mo ry (:inapetl
:Edgefield County , on Sumlay l:ts.
'Tie p1blic IS invii(i to the mncetin;
of the W. C. P. 1'. at the 'I'lhompsoti
y St reet chirch on Tuesdhy tiext:tt a1 P. M
James K. P. Goggans, En., count.
chairina, wen 111 to Seleena oil Mil.
dlay last with the electiont rctirnis froni
Messrs. 1". It. )niekui,: and,1 B. 11
I lovelae are rIunning a steam mill a(
- gin at the Khibier mill near thi < depot
s See advertiseient.
The Lttheran Churacha at, Cohlnnh,i:
has elected its its pastor. Rev. M. M
Kinardi, late a stnde'ler, at thn '11eologi
cal Seminary in Newberry.
Swatlield's Merchant T1'ailor;l; hous<
of Columia):l is p)rep1 ar1l to furnisl
D clothi'lti of atll dleseriptions to its ens*;
tomlers. Read thie adlvert lmit.
'The average a:gc of the m:iuager:s o
e election at I he Newborry" box on 'I'hu s"
.dlay Awas 23?, years. Th iusiness o
1a11nagers is Iecomllinig 1131re C(hiid's play,
'The 11 amnd comi~olious house o
k Mir. Jo. E'!Nar(ls, of Colcinant '.Town"ar
ship, h;1getield Couity, was b3'rned las
Momhtlay night . II. was pairt i(lly ii-retil
lThe tire was accidental.
S lit art! ( (lake scks were felt i
Newberr'1y Sumlar night, Monidav a :t 5:0.
P'. M%., aniti iMonly nlight at 2 A. 31
That,11 of Monta a(1', 1fternoon03 was- se ver
venoulIghI to caulseI some1 3ineasin3ess.
A nlegro 130y wIho has1' 1a* I'ys bet
blackinlg a1 Newberryl, 'man3'S shes~ 01
Sutay' inorn3ing.s r4cen1tlyI1 a'ket! fo:
L them3 03n Saturch'iy 33i13t. inee0 tilt
SCapt. .Joh3n W. 3lontgomiery has3 re4
ceived in1form3i:Itin fromi 1: Chrb o tha311131
the ol home31stentl( of htis faiy1 iln tha3
city' waIs 5o mu1ch1 th:ina)gedl 1)y the0 '1 earth
quak1 e that31 it witl have11 to be t orn d ~owni
j .1'vo hor3se.s attacthe<d to a buogy con3
.tammi3g Frank F:mit, Esq., am1 Dan I)Ien11(3
<lcrson3 ran1 aIway 03n Clt'll stree'(
Monlay morn3in1g. s Th'Ie bulggy wml
Rev. Dr)i. Maritini, of Memiphi V.uin,
wh'1o is (3n al vjiit to relatives hiere, 3ma11
f be eX pectedl (pr3ovidenec permll)itt ing) t<
) prea'Ich att I 1e1en3, TI'Iib3ly 133 night , a
s the 3us13al hour1. TheI public ar3e in1vitet
1 to atte.13(1
M. L4. Kiluardt, of Co!lumiiia:, 13 he pro
prietor3)1 of thle largest.elot1.3hg holust it
cenitral1 South Car1olin3A1, ha:s at 310w adver'
t.isemfenlt 133 0m33 colunnis! 3his week, t<
which we (1irect the1 aittention01 of 0om
readers13'. If you Wanlt anylthin3g 1i1 li
11310 lhe cani sait isfy 30o3.
' Mrs. S. Mon tgomery3'3, A utdrew,, Mlouit
1gom3ery, aml1( wife, Drt. llchert'l, O. P
C (o1lmn, W. Y. Milie 1nd 3( II. If. t'irank.
hin w%er'e among11~ those who3 wen lt dlowr I
0on the( Charl'estoni e4xcur3sion last Salturi.
day. Sixteen tickets were' sold1 fron31
Mr'. .Jo1im S. Fail' shaow,ed h fimc
samIple of CalY corn la311st. Week which01 he.
ra3ised 0on huis p)lac.e. 1( 1)111lant.ed ot
1)ound( of sceed and1( nullle ti fteen busheb110
--1.h1s being at1 the( rate1( of abo)(3t 15(
bushe1(ls 11er 1acre. Cafac m a tIl1111kes 11
1f11333 1in leery r'esplect c(133al 10 o13timt3m1(h
, Mr'. Sidney' 'T. Riser' of3 tile Thieolo;gien
1. Semninalry of this 1p1aCe tilled tIle pulp1il1
.q of Dr'. Bowm'nan, of tIhe SaIvannah311 Luth.Ii
e, er'an Church'el, dur1 ig thle summer, IO '.(
.. leavinhg ai shor'1t ime since0, the4 conlgrega.
e tioni 1mad(1e 1him a 3 presit of a1 ti le ge31
t. wa'1tch and1( $251 ini gold.
k passed t.bro'ulgh the( city' this morn'lilg 03n
Is 1 way hom3e1033 fromi the 3110ntains10 ol
.North1 Car3olinia, wher'3e 111he s spi'3t II
mionith with his f:llliIly. Tlhie tatt. 3-'
tllrned( a1 few dayIs ago.1.-/Phn/erprise acii
5 ("!Iain', Nep/. '22nd. i. Pool ar'iv'e1
ini NeCwberryl' oil Wede( day 3 last.
Th'le first. e'u-loadt ofI new mac(lhier'
1ow soon3. To'4 facilitate ulloading 13
1)1at1formn hIas been311)31 built lCOet iln 1.hI
ill11 with te spur11 I ralck ini the3( ldw ('I
mahineryI 101 of thlet facetory3 to :t 0 1001 o
and1( 10,0100 spind1ltcs.
- We hog to e:ahll elition to Ile ii',
ad ver 'tit Iseii.et o(f W right. &V .1. WV. Cojp.
p Jock. TIr'li ne111 of (:lothingw, hatls,
b shoes0 a131( gen t's furn'l 8 isinig goods
complete1. in every'3 retspect, am1l( tlhh
3'epuIttIo for fair1113 dealinlg and1( strict at
0 t(lntioni to thle d1emaml3i~s of thir cus(tom1 11
r 'r will doubtless SecureI for them a~1 11ood1
Mr. 1) N. Lane Is in twn.
NIa.j. Chris Saber is again at home.
lrs. l.txter's family came home
Mr. O. 11. P. Fant. Is coming to Now
berry to live.
3Ir. O. Mc R. Ifolmes is agalHin New
berry buying cotton.
Mr. C. Mcl'herson MaIttiewes, of
Charirlestonl is in town.
Mr. Barney O'Donnell wont up to
Anierson on Monday.
Mr. W. A. Moore, Jr., of Union, is
eletking at Pelham's.
Miss Sadie Herbert, of Greenville, is
at Mr. John A. Chapman's. -
The Misses Metts of Charleston, are
vis:ting at Mr. ). B. Wheeler's.
.1tidge Cothran went up on Monday's
train on his way home from Marlboro.
Capt. A. P. Pifer returned on Ved
tesday front his annual trip to Virginii.
Mr. James Mcintosh left last Pridf
for New York, \here le will study
Geo. .Johnstonle, Geo. S. Mower and
M. A. Carlisle, Esgs., are attending the
Mr. A. II. Kohn, the Observer's wide
awake correspondent it Prosperity, was
itn town Tuesday.
Mr Harry II. Blease left Monday for
Washington, D. C. iIe will study law
at the Georgetown University.
Mr. E. B. Purcell, of Augusta, was in
town a f week. IIe is a prominent de
tective and at genial gentleman.
Mrs. Ilolland and Robert who have
been spending the summer in Virgin in,
returned to Newberry last Wednesday.
Messrs R. ). Wright and J. T. Mof
fitI, of the Newberry cotton mills, spent
at few days this week at the Piedmont
Marcus Spearman, the popular clerk
for somte time of the Newberrv hotel, is
nOw employed in the store of ). C.
Mr. W. S. Mann, of Cornwell, S. C.,
Ias toved to Newberry. H will be
timstcr of the first, section of the Lau
Miss Carrie Maifl'ett, of Silver Street,
has been visiting Miss Nannie Wilson.
She will leave for Due West Female
College on Saturday next.
Miss Fannie Leavell returned last
MotJiy .from an extended trip north.
She visited Chatauqtua, Niagara, Mont
treal and other places of interest.
Thme family of Mr. E. L. Clark, who
has been in charge of the Singer sewing
inaclaine offcee at this place during the
past year, have moved to Anderson, S. C.
Mr. W. 1'. Davis left on Monday last
for the College of Physicians and Sur
geons at Ba1t itaorec lie was joined at
aGreenwood by "Mr. L. Al. Kennedy, of
Capt. R. W. lhoone, of Orlando,
iFlorida, stol pp+d over in Newberry from
Satnrtsy utntil Wnednesday, on his way
honc from Atlantic City, Long Branch
and other Northerti points.
'ihe 1itding and Loan AmHoecationt
WVill meet at the K. of 11. IIall on Thtrs
day evening the 7th of October at
8:30 o'clock. for the purpose of loaning
I lhe money on hand. Monthly install
mlents ut t be iaid by'.'uesday bth of
.J. W. M. SIMMONS,
1 . Sec. and '1'reaq.
The ease of Jacob L. Domintick et. al.
vs. thec Coltumbia, Newber'ry and Lau
ren~ts R ail road, wvill comne up before Jutdge
Pressley aLt thte Lexinagton court to-mor
low. 'FThe gtoltmld for thle intjuntctiota re
- eetlty ob,:taed is set forth ina thec fol
lowinag patragr'aphs which we take froma
thec Register of yesterday:
"Thie Secretary of St'ute hats been sum
monedtt( t.o appear't1 ait the court in Lexing
itn to-morrow as a witniess In the ease
of Jacob L. D)otminick et, al. against thi
Columbtaia, Newberry and Laurenis Rauil
road, anld itn order to p)roduce court
all thea origialh anad engrossed acts, pa
pers, &c.. Concerning thie act incorpo
ratinug that road. Mr. A. C. Jones5, the
Chief Clerk of the Secretary, will answer
the summltons, aand will take with him
ithe enrltled( act of inlcorporationa, to
geti her~ wit ht all other papiers In the hatmds
of t lie Secretary of State.~
TVhis is the case of sonme citizents of
Broadi River 'Townishtlp who secured a
Itmportary injj tanctioni rest.raitning the
Ilevy of the (aix voted in Broad River
T ownsa hip, Lexingtotn County, it aid of
ti.e C.olumttbh:, Newbterry atnd Laturens
I taload. A fight will be madle as to
Ithe legtat y of the incorhporatling act tun
der whic l.he electiona was hteldl. Otn
t outsiade of the enrolled act the title
roads "An net to incorporate the Colum i
hting No wh erry and( Lauretns Railroad,"'
wiiileie title insidhe reads "An act to
inororteoti ith le Newberry and Laurents
Itairoa.".' VThe bodyV of the act, how
ever, tnds "'the Colitmbtia, Newberry
aidI auretns Ratiiroado."' 1lTvhe ill wvas
:aende(d itt thea Senate by thie insertiotn
of thle wvord "'Cohittbia," buat by sotme
:accidet, th(le wiordl "Coimtbi"' was
(omtitt edlha in .e Inside title. Here thle
F"ot tthe Hxn:ALa AND NEws.
lDepnarttureof D1 r. andI trs. Itutf.
'The we.stwardl hound train of yester
(lay borte our vener'able, frict.d, D)r. P. B.
Ratl, his amiable wife and his getntle,
wmitsomle naicce, Miss Bessie P'erkins,
awvay to Loulis'ville, Winstoin Coutnty,
Mis-., the homue of Miss Perkins. It
wias imainatful to bid 0111' friends good-bye,
for t laey have beeni with os so long--so
.1 very lotng, attal lovingly, all1 tite wilie;
- blit, owinag to thie mittabilty of till thtings
temtporal , thie hiot r hiado coime for timeIr
.Dr. JRtuhf, as w. aill kinow, is a Veiny pa
atrmeh im the umnistrmy of tmedicine, so
to spaeak, ha:viing pratit leed his professIon
ma Newhierry for mtoare thian a hlfl ceni
I itry: tandl his record is goodh. lie leaves
tanaty frietnds bhinitd hhnta.
We knaetw thant I the1 cotmOn heatrt of
N wherray gos otat with'ithese frienads
who have dleseetaI led toward theo valley
of thle west--5) nieta' thle set of sttn
withI the haope that thie kitnd Pr'ovidence
wichi gttidth ithe lIonhme b'Ir in its
IIligh. tioanog thed bilows," whllI contlntac
to "'ou upa' onaata them anhle cotinu atal doew
ofi is b)lessinIg."' i. f. 0.
Mr'. I). 1. Wlicoxson,, of Ihorse ('nyo. My
wIt ht Phtmhtelc, alsio t)tabet cia; theo paints worot
aaiost eitndurble ai,ntl wonmid stomettimnes
tathauost, a brow hh taito contvathstons. Heo triedl
Sett ale mitte ba andl got, rotlof ftrom the ftirst
tbotile, an af ttter' l-inhg sIx bottles, wans ent.
tltely enret tand had14 tio gaintedt Iin fiah eIghteein
tona tas. - nys hte ptotively believes Ite wouild
mlvE' oiled', lada It not. beeni lotr the reltef atrord-.
ti tt lco,rt 1 mtueis. Sohal t frty cetts a
1'osT OFIcE. NEwttmttay, S
List of lottors unclahno(1 and adverltl
8o1. 28. Iwo.
Boyd, 8usan Maltulonll,. Sarahil
1loozor. Amelia col'.l ()'Narruil, C. .1.
lluforaf, Mary I'itt). ,John 8.
Cuhiwoll, Mre. J. C. I'Itts. Jnlmkon
Dobbins, M isa, tlil.t 1'ayno. .1. (it.
I)awkins, Sitnon lity, Eliz.i (2)
1)ruumonl, 1. S. Sponce Wan. W.
Edwards, U. F. Sloil n, iV. A .
111, Octavia (3) Whiitmiro, (. W.
Green, W. If. (2) Watbon, Frauck (2)
lialford, 8. C. .r. Wallace, U. F.
Ilonsloy, W. Ht. 'VIllIats, JIco
Iioof. Ii. (. AVils1on, Caroline
Kinard, 1). 11.
Persons calling for t hes letturs will pit
say that they were adtvertiscid.
. S. 1IlEitilItT, P.
J. N. MARTIN & CO
AGENTS FOR 'ilE
GE I N1NTIN Gr.
We the nliersigned are now ritun
aI very line GO Saw1v Gin and ste:m po
Press at the Kibler mill, near the Del
Satisfaction gitrtatee(d. We want
get our MiII started I hi week to y
you good fresh meal.
Fe. If. DOMINICKi
9-2-tf B. D. LOVE11,C14
For Rent or Lease.
Good farming lands, imnediately
C. & G. I. t., near Saltila Old' To
S. C. Good Springs, Wells, Meado
Framed Cabins, Barns, Stables. (
million feet tliber can be utilize(--ot
hickory, beech, bireb, cypres;, git
ash, nulbitry, poplar, sycarmore, walh
Excellent bed-of brick eiav above h1
water mark, in 10 steps of Rail road.
operators will be let on reasonable ier
T. A. FLOYD, Ageni
Subscriber can be secn on tie premi
from middle of October to 25th )eca
ber next. 0-2-41
Is now replete wit hi all the nlovellies
Goods made especially for c
Our style and fit cannot
0U8TO 31ADE 811III''S
W1011 IT MAY CONEh
We now mnnonce t lhat our stock;
Fall and Winter
Is 'oimpjleteC ini every res'5pect, 51upeii)
any stock we have ever had. Ti:
saying al good deal, for it. is genmer:
colnceded thait no one has ever .trpas
uts in quai~lit.y, style, or othevrwise.
fact it is often remarked tha:t WAIGH
00PPO3K KEEP THE BEST 60003, "
this is admi~itted, there are thmose,
prompihtedi by selishki motives, wonhl s
p)lementt this remiark by atdding,
they sell them higher," to this we o
rep)ly t hat we wvill ini every inisttance e
as f.ull Ivalue for tile amlIount c'hairge(
any living butsiness can do. This is
prom1ise and we will make good ihe so
It 1 i asotrce of gratitlcationi to have
goods and our conscientiouis represel
tion of tile samtie thius com11p~ )lent
t hose wvho have I est edIL themi from Ilv
to year for soI long a tie. We reSi
fIllly inivite an11 exll a it ion of our at
and1( values. You,,
WRIGHiT & COPPOCK,
9-2-2-ci Miallohon li.on
Not ice Is liereby giveni imt tile 'J
Books for Newherry Coun vl I'will
opened for thle colleetion of 'Taxes
the 15th day (of October, 1886, and
rema in openl111 unil thle 15tht day of1
Theli levy' for the ti.:cal year. ' -gi ni
November 1st, 1885, and ent( ln Octo
:3mst, 1880, is as follow., to wit:
Total for atlll uroses. ...1
Except inl Township No. 1, an additio
h. 'y of 2.1 miillIs for u Iitala purplos
No. S an addlItionlal levy of 31 mills
Rlail road pulrposes, an id No. 11 an af
tional levy of 2 mills for Railroad p)
A poll tax of One D)ollar is asse-u
lponi aill maleIs between the Ilges of
andl 00 yeairs, except. those exemtpt
I will be at the followin's >laces to
eive taxes on the following daiy-:
Spearnman's Sitore on Friday 15thI Oct (il
D)ead FalS on Saturday 16t OiI()ctobl er.
Loingshtore's St ore onl Monldar' 8th (i
Jal apa oin Tuiesday3 19;h I October.
Cromier's oin Wediieschiv '20th O~(ctob
Mayb111itn oin Th'urslhty' 21st. October
Walton on Friday 22ndt October.
Giblsoni On Saturidaty 23rd 0* October.
Pomarla on Mlonlav 251 hi October.
Jolly Streel, oin 'Tuesthay 21;th Oc(tob
ProsperIty oni Wednaesdacy 271hI, Th'u
day 28th~ and Frbhty 29Jth of O-tob)
m'ttl 11 o'clock A. .M.
All other days I will bes in the Tl'i
uirer's Oll1ce at t lhe Court lIonse.
tI-29-2t. TIreasurer Newhueriy Comn'i
Bucklon's Armeos Salvo.
The lrist SaLlv OIn Ihea worl for Cuts, $ot
hiruites, Ulcers, Salt 111hen m.I Fever Sor's 'i
ter, Chta mped Jlan<lmt Clilainst Cornsi,"i
all Skini krupilonas, amt lposItivety en ies pil
or n10 pay rctIniredi. it Is giurranitecd to g
perfect sat I slaction, 'oi maony rnoat
PrIvl CCnse,ts per) box. Forn Sale by Cti
'4043 NIEWBE[R _U I '(E
EXPENSE FOR St, si N )yF
NINE MONTHS $120 to $165.
Tuition $2 to $5 por Month.
RE.G. W. IHOLLAND),
. ) -29-4e- PHr":,it,Err.
8' NOTICE .
All t.ersonts indebted to CloudA & Smit,h
w 'ilI please setl le their account-( at oice,
"'s wn they wish to close their btuiess.
The business will be conllnetied at the
Oh( stand by the jiituior membner of the
firm. It. D). ial ru.
'The Exectitive Committee of I he New
:ig berry farmers' clh will; meet, in New
vet berry oil the 1st Montiv in October at
ot. Ii o'clock A. M.
to R. T. C. IIU N'ERl, President.
On the evening of the 29th of this
m1onth we will observe the NrEw YEA
FEST"1iVAL. Service will he helll inl the,
on h'o nix Ilook naml Ladther (omt pany'
vt, l1ll, ('olumbia, S. C. The Ilolilavs
S, will be conliuled until the evenling;; of
)ue October 1st. .
lc, The Itev. llen"}ry Steele will ollieiale.
ms, All lsraeliles wishiinfg to joi:1 I. will
nt. be m:14kelelc.
igh1 I11111' I'PST IN, Chai rman,.
Po t-2-' . l'olunhia. S (:.
nlls. - - - -- ---
144SI IIET '1'; ;3I, V El)1\\"\T
FOR SALr" BY
J. N. Martin & Co.
lll Ice Cream at the Newberry lee ITotlsi'
every day, Stul(days excep)ted, from ;0
a. in. to 10 p. mn. Famtilies suppl)ied1 at
be short notice on reasonable lcrms.
In abtimtl.1dan1e; stilicient to -m l)u v Ihe
towt :and1 t1hw surroun(lin1g cou11t1 . Ice
IIon:"e lpen ever} (lay from ( a. 111. to 10
p. in.; Sundaty. from !.I :. mn. to -10 a. mn..
a :nl fr()n 6 1). it). to 7 p. it. Ice 1 ilcket.
,f for sale. '.l'crmsl ca;t-h.
W . 1I. lIIUNTI, Art.
2-:11-t.ifN w herry, S. C.
i,'Thc New Dnigr JIlI
S V IiI 01.
( 0 181,1 & 1'0 8
At the store latel ay occuh- i ,cu by I)r.
Fant, have (on hand1( a1 lairrestoeik of
D. Fancy Toilet Articles,
s4)AI'\S, SPIC E.S,(., IlS AND) TPOiI.\Cc
[ia Infa evrtinig ui ua:lly foundo in a
r & f irst-class /Irnhg store, am14 they(' intend11(
lilt' sel lmg at whiolesaile and ret ail prices to
chIo suit the times. Prescriptions filled1 at
:p. ll houris. Call and see us.
butt COILC D &ILYONS,
ySuccessors to Dri. Fat,
ive r;-2-3mi Newberry*~, S. C.
lii' Jewelriy, Clocks,
> SL.VER PLATED WARE,
nPocket and Table Cutlery,
Watch Reparing a Specialty,
- -- Newiberry, S. C. 1-13-.f.
WEAK NESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
21 MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
1o3' KIDNEY TROUBLES,
re. NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
1T is invigorat- T gives NE W
lightful to taoke, whole ~SSTEM
)e. and or greaot value by Strcengthening
as a Medicmne for the Muscles, TonI
weak and Aiin ing the NiEViS
Women and Chi -t and completelyDi.
L',' drn sigth od
C- no h ur tf ''b ran
MIinernis, is Com- physicians,tollitng
posedi of carefully ~ w to trc t ddis
selected Vegetn- case(s at liOMF
y combined skili- withnaset o hand
-7 fully, makinig a somec cards by new
Safe and Pleas.ant HeIlotype process,
Remedy. on receipt of io c.
For ? A,be by all Dr i t n.1 I. aol.i. Oi h- . i io .ld r oee
Volina Drugj and Chemical Company,
'3dAl LTmio.Ot, 311.,. 8 . A.
M ,8 A, lI8,IS & CO,
WI-1h to inforn their filenids and the
p111b1ic ge erally thlt they are recelviIg
i new and breaultifttl line of
IMIILLINLt[Y AND I)RESS OODS
which t wlicI i ll lea ap as the cheap
We atre al o prepared to (: all kinds of
Anything tisutally Lept in our line will
he sii1)1)1iel at n'auoltable rates. Call
and see. Its.
.. 1. A t. RISER & CO.,
1-2 -t f Newberry, S. C.
STATE', Oe SOUTiI CAllOINA,
By Jiacob 11. Fellers, Probate Judge.
WI1:ittAs, .Jolt W. ('h:apman liatlh
ni:aile suit to ite to grant hirn Letters of
Adnntili:trattion of the estate and efibcts
of .John It. Vance, lecevasetl..
'T'lhese :te, then.fore, to cite and a1
inoniilh all ai1I'singular the kindred and
creditors of the said John It. Vance, de
Ceased , that they be and appear before
me, in Ihe Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court 11oue, on the 7th
day of Octob:,r next, after lmnblication
hereof. at, 11 ,o'eloek in the forenoon, to
show eaee, if anly they have, why the
said Adnilli.tr.it iont sh'mItd not, be grant
(iven nnlier iy ilIand this' 22n1 hay of
sueteber Anno I)omini 188(.
. . I. 1 I" E .,7EIRS, J. 1'. N. C.
STATE OF SOTTllT CAROLINA,
liv J1aeob) I. Fellc"r,, Probate Ju(lg(..
tiI i:.l-:As. -lainleis Y. Mel"Fall, hath
1i:1chi' stul to 110 to gr"ait. him Letters
t,cf A1minitration of the derellet estate
:ui- ell lets of I)avid M. Cannon, de
'T'hesi: are. therefore, to cite al1 ad
:ihi all ainl sing;1h1ar the kildred and
ereitors of' the saic I )avid 1. Cannon,
dIeeeased,. th:11 Ihey be and( appear" be
fire me. ill 1 ilc ('oirt, of 1robate, to be
lll at Newberrv ourt 1louse onl the
'ixl}i ha of Oetober next, after pultl l
e:at ion hwrieot. it 11 o'eloek in the fore
noon, to show eause, if any they have,
why the s:iuAli A nisi:t ation should not
h e :,r itf (d.
* (iien innler ty :ni this 23rd day
of Aug;tust Aino I)niii 1886.
.J. 1 'EiI,I.SlliS, .1. 1. N. C.
Optniig of the Fall Campaign
, I. th' .!o: !:i : racl has begun at the
Iin,rialtnt Of f a-hionl with a large and
w"ell seicedIcI stock of Jothling for men,
yom.1 h atu4l boys. My coonter- are full
of Choice silts of the very latcst styles,
and my patrons will }i:,ve 220 trouble in
maki +gi t heil selct ions, as this stock is
c"om1pltce in every de'partment. 'h'be
p att"rns t his s:ason aru 1.e more con1erv:a
tive i c"Olnr: wvhilc" there are fane; che
riot. in falncy Colors 11 1 attb, ral, mtost
ly mace ini doubohle ireastcl squ:tre cut
sack-. One button ntawl vs are the
rage for huIines- :iinl u\ alikilg suits. I
have other styles, sneh as l>riivCe Alberts
rund single b)rea-tei s(iic--r eut frocks in
diagonals, whip corl, ickl-scrt'es and
g;ranituS. fy cuta way suit ' it: worsteds,
cork s<:cew, whip cortl and caSsimcres
are beant1i'~: 1e al ie an11d trimmited equal
to ainy cus5tom2 mlade work, andl will
gua:rane t)Cc1hey will lit .inst. as well; In
fact 2 inlsom relspectSI te a)ppearan)ci
an)d gene(rahl get up is superCior. The
inne)1 ha' cin when 'vi I gentlemen10) have
stoped paying these fabous pices for
custom2 mlec garmllents whrien they Cani
buy (on) of thetse taihlr made(1 Silits inl
iohnii,:, anid 1 do0 noit get the~ credit of
seltling unhlc's aln investigation is malde
ll(ey 2ak iK t, for grmilted that 3Mr. so and1(
soihl)rb'that Sul:it( made toaorder Thnie
clhothing' Ill the past fi'wc yeatrs h'as5 bee'n
of "arm'nt' '21. 22:t th2ey ilece ive a great,
21)a2ny who l inIk th2ey are' (ttltit made).
ThIe boys' thspa rtu21ent,t is fullI of Choice
suits for thle little fellows. Thlern)ot.her's
shoubl11 think of the emoii um)1lY when the(y
ar e iin needi o (f boy'.' ilciti ng. l1Iere you
wcill Lud e)1 verytin g I hey Ineed1. Boys'
kano punt2) suit2 -rt 22)2 year Is to 13: years,
aiiil froni G''l/) to $10.01). Y~Ott shotild
eiomy 1pc:21 b :1 rgL,:lin illi atll-wool su it.s,
fro G rs.to I 1 r. for $:1.50, tile best
slit everC P 1 .r'2'd. it is actua:illy wort h
$5.002. B''si Ii s tlhese, I have 11 latrge as-.
5(ort 1)2-u: (i of boys a t 12 ((o117 in long an2)ts,
from1 13.50 I o $15.110. YouI can) 1fin1 goodl
knte pa:nt s frlin 25 ets. t o $2.00. You
will 5:av'i liloney byx phl'lasing goods
from ties u1nnmoth es5tablisillnnt.
Genits fulrnishling gcouds iln larg.?e assort
men')ts; m2 fatct i'verythin g a gen h')tlema
AI EN 'S FI NE SIIOES..--T'1he seatson
app1 roachese5. wheni thle genIitlema)fn will
wanat a gurade finier 1.han1 e'very 11ay weair,
for I he riqu irlelmenlt .5 of tile SO'il seaston.
I ihow a Ir rge line oif the lIIghlter and)1
im make2):)LIs o2f foot -wea0r to meet this
dlemandt i. Mly goodls ar)e guaran'))t eed andl
Iries 22 e right. I cain show you a large
hue)1 of 1221- ishoes andi gaiters in all styles.
'Il hetirii live featutres ill thlis stock are
gl'lts' slippers a)inl pumpnls. Yout will11
tluil it. to your12 t)avanta:ge to loo0k over
mys line when ill ieeid of anlythingY. !
know I cain please voiu.
Respect fuIlly. I. L. K I NARI),
Il-2'-tf- Columbia, S. C.
verv.Techcrri ry ;I'3
The~ c i.: :I u .1oCALES, 1
'-'V '.2.1 1it ; 'ic mc I j 'n:eaou g
in itmat i , C A 0and
11ny c th' r I i.\ ---re i -- py -hofrettht---or fre
ine t l f 1 :: .
A tab Orchard
LIIVn. o -*
&hf3 STAonrAca. n-o . ~
Th A 1'osI'h 2 UUrns ron y o '-' a
. DYSPEPSlA ,".3Uc
-_ CONSTIPATION e.
Sw CK HEADACH E
3 *)cqc:--onie to twlo teasp.onfutS, .9 ,"2
GOenuine Uh An (oscu.ui lii ra 1ATinl seal- 0 '4 0
d acaesat1 nucd sets. No gen-. 4 -.~
u3 n Sat odin ibclk. ' 9 ia "
CrabOrchard Water eo., Propes. 2
S. N. tONES, Manage'r. l.'cuhville, Ky.