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Local and Special.
[:AI"TiST-Rev. C. P. Scott, pas:or. preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. in. aettf ~:'" U. -t. .n
tav s:chool at :3 p. in. Mr. .t l. Carwile,
S,t>erintendent. Pr..yer ieeting we.ineslay
at 7:3.h p in.
!.;THEBAX--Rev. W. C. Scha'-trer. pa-tor.
Preaching next Sunday by the p:ts or.at IL11
a. to and 7 15 p. in. Sunday selhul at 3:30 p.
in . Dr. W Gustave Housral, :rul,erintenvlent.
Prayer tneeting Wednesday at 7:1: p. in.
51ETHotsIS-ttev. .1. L- -at,ke* paStor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. na stud 7:15
p. in. Sunday school at 4 p. in.. Mr. John W.
Chapman. buy,erintentlient. Prayer ineeting
at 7:15 p.m.
A. E. PRE88YTERIAN-RPV. E. P. McClin:tock.
pastor. Service next Sund~y by the pastor
at 11 a. in. Sunday school at 9:3U a. in., 5Ir M.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:15 p. in. Mi-sionary Soci-ty
Wednesday at a p. rn., Mrs. C. lower, Prest.
dent W. C. T. U. Tuesday at 5 p. tn.. Mrs. C.
I1;1ICOPAL-ReV. W. Ii. Hatckel, rector.
Service by the rector every third S ind-y at
1 a. m. and 4:30 p. mt Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. 'lazvck at II a. it.
PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. J. S. Cozl>y pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. mn. Sunday school at 330 p. in., 3Mr. W. E
Pelham, superintendent. Pra) er imceting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. i. -
Trial Justices for Newberry.
The following are the Trial Ju-tices
appointed by. the Governor for New
berry County and confirmed by the
Senate. Their term of office is for two
years from the date of their appoint
ment : H. H. Blease, Townships 1. 2 and
8; Charles P. Dickert, Townships 3 and
11; John B. Campbell, Townships 4 and
5; Warren G. Peterson, Townships ( amt
7; B. B. Hair, Townships 9 and 10.
J. S. Russelt
Sells s cakes of Colgate Soap for 25
cents; Crockery ware, Glassware, Lamps,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises ;
and a general stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries. All low down for cash-give
him a trial and be convinced. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. if.
iuter & Jamieson.
Have a large stock of Clothing on
hand which they are going to close out
by the 1t of January, regardless of
prices. Call and see them. They will
sell you a Suit 25 per cent. cheaper than
any one else. 2t
At Wheeler's Saloon. if.
Mothers, why fuss about children
wearing out so many clothes, when you
can go to Wright & J. W. Coppock's
and get their popular indestructible suits
for so small a sum. tf.
Mr. Robert T. -aldwell has sold out
li store to Mr. Paul Johnstone.
Mr. Iley W. Fant has bought out the
bar of Mr. John F. Wheeler and took
charge of the bu-ine=s on the first of the
Me: srs. C. J. P-:rcell and L. W. Floyd
have bought o.t. Mr. D. B. Wheeler and I
w ill take charge of the store i i a few days
and continue the busint"s= at the same
Cut-glass Cologne Bottles, Work
Boxes, Dressing Cases, Beautiful Vaser.
Cups and Saucers, Sacbet Bags hand
painted, Sachet Powder, Manieure Sets,
and other beautiful things too numerous
to mlentionI, are selling at cost at Robert
soni's Drug Store, opposite the Post
Pictures, Pictures! The prettiest you
ever saw, at
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
For a fine or cheap Dreszing Case call]
on S. B. Jones. He can tiurnishl you
anmy style at a e.mall cost. Lf
3lovements Alongthe Line.
Mr. Wmn. P. Houseal h.is m.>ved into
Gen. W. H. Hunt's house, on Cathoun
Mr. McD. Metts has moved into tihe
house on Main streat hitely occupied by
Mr. W. P. Houseal.
M. A. Carlisle, E -q., ha.s bought Mr.
J. E. Brown's residexice in Brooklyn and
Mr. J. E. Browni has bought the house
on Caldwell street lately o"cupied by
Mr. McD. Met ts anzd will mceimpy it in a
Mr. Tr. P. Lane has bought the Pen-3
nington hiou-@ in flelena a:,d w ill mIove
Mr. R. H. Greneker will move in-o
Mr. T. P. Lane's house.1
Christmas is coming ! That you al
know, but there is one thing you dion't
knlow, and that is, you can buy Dressing
Cases, W ork Boxes, Cut-glass Bottles of]
Cologne, Fine Vases andl Christmas.,
Cards very cheap, at Robertsonm's Drug
Store, opposite the Post Otlice. tf
Raisens, Nuts, Currants anrd Citron,
fresh and chaeap, at
tf S. B. JONES'.
Wright & J1. W. Coppock's liae of]
Guent's Neck Wear is ju4t a wfully nice.
That is what the ladies sav, i. e., tihe
best looking ones. tf.
Furnxiture at low prices for -ale. Call
oni M. Foot. Jr., & Co. tf.
I have added a restauranrt to my busi
ness- at the old stand of Wheeler Bros,
on) Main Street. M,'nis at all hours of
$1 the day. Qyste.rs. 11am anmd Eggs, Fish
and ini fact every thing kept in a tirst
cla~ss restaurant. Give me a call-prices
to st'it the limjes. In moy absence Mr
G.ary Colern~an will see that you are
ti. JOHN F. WHEELER.
Wright & 3. W. Coppock's is thme place
tQ get your Clothing, if you wanmt to get
the worth of your money. ti.
Remember that Wright & J. W. Cop
poCk give a discotjut of ten per ce'mt.
Froi regumlar prices on all cash sales. tf
Hay Fever, colais in the h:ead, hzo:r-e
ness, sore throat and mouth, are quic:kly
cured by. Canadian Catarrh Cure. It
ndecerjfal Trrv it and be convinced.
For sa:e by P. Robertsomr, Drugist,
Newberry, S. C., arnd Canadian Catarrh
Cutre Co., Man ufactu rers anmd Proprie
tors, At lant:a, Ga. xm1.
-1,000 paptwr, Royal Engli,h Pius t o
give away in the next 30o days to each
cash buyer of onle dollr's worth of dIry
goods from W. M. W11.SON.
Those handsomn Family Bibles at
Chapman's Book Store are very low
A large supply of school books iAst
received at Hunt's Bookstore. 9i-22
School Books at lowest prices, at
tf J. W. CHAPMAN'S.
Stop at Sam Jones' and see hi.s ele.g n
11i)8 of Christmas Cards-from Sets to~
$0.00 inl price. tf
Congress Fine E nyelopes at
tf . W. CHAPMAN'S.
Various anad All About.
The County Conumi=.,ioner= adverti-e
several contracts to let. S.e notice.
ir. F. Werher, Jr., :alv.-rti es hi eut
tage on Coillege street for rent. See his
The Leap Year pa:tv at the r;i.!, u re o
:>f Mr. R. B. Lyon' on MayI:uv night
was a very plea-ant affair.
The W. C. T. U. will have a Chri-tma
:r-e at the A. R. P. CU.rch on next
1'rr-l:y a:ftert;oon f.r the" c ildre"u. T
At a neeting of the Co:ury Cni-f
niusio'ners on Monday Mr. T. B. Leitzs.-y
was reelectel keeper of the poor hon-e. w
We :,ekuowlLge the receipt of a tl
tandsontr c de:d.dr from Mr. M. L.
Kinard. the Culunbia clothier.
Notwitlh-tandin:g the heavy rains :?e 1
D mndiy norning the.e was -ervice in
tonr birches in N ewberre. :n
Tile first d ty of the il-w ye:tr %%as a
.tiny, gloomy day in Nen aberry. Nt
n"tny personS atte;n:ieI churbc i the
Next Weulnecsday, January ll, is thei
.ast (lay for paying taxes, the time
,avirg been extended to that date by r
3ct of the Legislature. '
Wood was in great demand in New
>erry la-t Saturday. The indications
vere for -now and the pric t of woo,! ad
ranced several point-.
Last Monday was observe:! as a holiday
)y the railroad anthorities, no freight F
rains being rint anil the freight depot
eing closed all day.
Mr. R. C. Chapman proposes to ope
-ate during the year 1888 on a low price.
)asis. We direct attention to his an
'ouncement in this issue. d
Drs. IIotseal an.1 Kibler h:tve been an
elected physicians for the poor house J.
1nl sail for the ensuing year by the L
lounuty Co)unty Conmmissi.aners. t
We learn from a postal received from ui
Mlr. W. F. Ewart, that he is in business of
n IIaniord, Cal., and that so far he is as
,ery mtuch pleasel with his new tield. W
Mrs. S. A. Riser & Co. are still selli.:g "
goods at cost. They hive a few goods
left and will close them out in a few
lays. "A word to the wise,"and so forth. re
It is said that the railroad authorities
, ill begin work soon on th. bridge to be
aut aero-s Scott's Creek at the railroad a
ros,ing in the city in place of the tf
ulvert now there. -
Mr. C. C. Davis will commenee in a
ew days the bull hug of a residence for
[)r. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., on his vacant lot
>n Main strretoppo-ite the residence of w
1Ir. J. T. F. Caldwell, to be occupied by w
qfr. J. T. Mayes. h:
At the regular meeting of the Knights
)f Honor held on lst Tuesday night ei
he newly elected otlicers were installed.
SIr. J. H. M. Kinard was elected Re- s
orter in the place of J. F. Kilgore, re- w
;igned, and E. II. A'tl' was elected iml
Newberry has another poet laureate. gi
)ir fiencd TV. F. H. has been meaxsuring d
t out by the yard lately. Possibly this 1n
se w inspiration will be explaine d by tIhe sc
levelopmuents of the next few days, as P
,ve learn he is to take a trip to Florida,
ria Fairtield, on the 11th inst. t
Cotmunion seyvice will be held att S
he Lutheran church next Sunday
nor-ning, when the sacrament of thel
bord's Supper will be admninistered. It i
was postponed last Sunday on account P
>f the small congregationx. The-Festival.
>f the Epiphany will be ob)served next "
If you want a present of any kind go
>r send vour orduer to
9-:2 H- UN'r's BooK STORE. w
The first saleday of the new year was a
lear, pretty day in marked contrast to tC
Sunday, the first day of the year. There b
was a large number of persons in town,0
md property sold very well. There were
10 sales by -the Clerk nor the Probate
[udge. The president of "Foot's bone '"
rard" says it was a poor day in their mar
Let. From some cause or other the usual cI
,rowd was not present at this famous
nart of trade.
The following will show the sales made ~
y the Master and Sheriff:
In the case of Sarah E. huzhardt vs. b
[da E. Buzhardt, sold in four tracts: The b'
schumpert tract, containing one hundred a
mnd eleven acres, to John L. Cook, for $1,- d
.00. The Lake place, containing seventy- Pi
,ight acres, to John H. Wicker, for $700. di
Che Teague place, containing seventy- Ibi
line acres, to C. H. Subef, for,$760. The mf
Brooks place, containing one hundred and a
orty-four acres, to H. H. Folk, for $605. tc
In the case of Chesley D. Hunter and tI:
Allen H. Hawkins, administrators, vs. tI
E~lizabeth Hunter and others, in two in
racts: The first tract, containing one.i
aundred and twenty acres, to Ed. Scholtz, g
~or $390); the other tract, containing two
aundred and thirty-sven acres, to C. W, in
Buford, for $570. ,
In the case of John C. Sligh vs. Etta i
Wicker, eighty-six acres, to John McKis
sick Wicker, for $250. bi
In the case of G. and C. Cooper & Co. al
rs. W. A. Hill et al, two tracts: Tract No. w'
L, containing ninety acres, to Geo. TV. Reid,
for $600; and one hundred and eighty
light acres, to Gee. TV. Reid. for 81.000, b
In the case of Y. J. Pope vs. Win. F.0
Ewart, three hundred and seventy-five
and one-fourth acres, to D, B. Wheeler, a
In the case of G. G. D)eWalt vs. Mary
F. Stilwell, one hundred and thirty-seven
and one-half acres, to G. G. DeWalt, for
$2,100. Personal property in same case
was sold for $97.
In the case of Wmi. H. Sondley et al vs. I:
D. Hipp & Co., in threce tradts: Tract ~
No..1, containing one hundred and seven
ty-four acres, to D. Hipp & Co., for el.
l05; tract No. 2. containing sixty-four and
seven-tenth acres, to Martha F. and Lou- a
isa Wicker, for $400; tract No. 3, contain- t
ing one hundred and six acres, to G. G.
Sale, attorney, for $410.
In the case of Richard V. Gist vs. Rich
ard C. Sondley--interest of Richard C. ~
Sondley in five hundred and fourteen
acres, to Geo. S. Mower, attorney. for $l7..
' sHERIFF's SALE.
In the case of L. W. Blalock vs. Geo. i
WV. Whitman. forty-three acres, to E. R. ~
Hipp, for $2(0.
In the case of Peoples & Johnson vs.3
Govan L. Sease, two hundred and ninety
five acres, to Ed R. Hipp, for $18(.
The other sale advertised by the Sheriff
OUR IPROSPERIY LETTER. DO
va: i(.is .Cho.ls wetl e (ened again
i .Mlonday. A
OnI :ccounlt of the ince s-ant rails
wra: were to services in an of the
mIrehe- on Sunday mon11 ing.
Th'ie convention of the T. 1. C. A.
ill conven-" h--re on Wednesday anld
bur-d:ay. the 17!h and IS: I int.
Mr. B. B. hair iasl' been appointed eve.
ral Jistice for town-hips No'- aln( Li;
1. rice 11. S. Bozer, re-ig ned. foil
Judging from the tinmber of people thre
Iho passe' thtrotgil town on sale day. or t
ere nust have been, a large crowd inl Sup
Startling developments are now being liue
oke for in the U'Neall section of the shlo%
unty. We hlui,e the guilty parties I htim
ar soon b: brought to ju<tice. on
Mrs. B. II. Lovelace. Miss Emily hav
avelace, Miss IIattie Bell Lake, Mrs. can
troline Boozer and Mrs. D. W. 'T. pre(
ibler, all of Newberrv, are viit ing
lends antl relatives ill town.
The new year was u-hered is witli told
!rk and lowering clouds, whici.. under
raritied atmosplere, soon melted into
rrents of rain, which continued nearly J
I day without any intermission.
Mr. Jesse Kihler had a difficulty with sisti
negro last Tuesday in which Mr. K. witi
ail to use a Jouble-barrel shot gun, but, eve.
is thought, without effect. The negro, L
,d Hlodge, is said to be a very bad fel- root
The farmers Central Club perfected cart
:rmanent organization here on last erat
'ednesday. The following officers tiful
ere elected : R. T. C. Hunter, Presi- coll:
:nt ; J. T..P. Crosson, B. B. Siumpert give
id N. B. Wheeler, Vice-Presidents; B
S. Dominick, Secretary, and N. R. Klei
ester, Treasurer. Mr. R. T. C. Hun- trad
r then gave the eonventionl a talk, enu
"ging the importance of a closer unity pap
the farmers. The Club wlll meet that
:ain on the lst Saturday in February, dell
hen an essay on the culture of cotton han
ill be re'1 by J. S. Dominick. sucl
henry E. Banknight and J. Will Smith loli
specttully ask th'eir friends when in 0
e city to call oil them at M. Foot, Jr.. of tl
Co.'s tf. I
:aford,' Inks are best, for sale at.
J. WN. C1IAr.M1A'S
Hills and hollows have been visited
itl another cold wave during the past ch1tt
eek and it is feared that small grain whi
i been injured to some degree.
Christmas has come and gone and we by
:tend a happy New Year to all. Chr
Mr. Ebbie Long of the Ridge Road
ction spent a few days of the past the
eek visiting relatives ill this con- nul
The peop)le in this communlity as a a. n
meral thring enjoyed a pleasant time
tring the holidays. Some wvent hunt
g, sonie attended turkey dinners, 0
cials, &c., and of course y6ur corres- Tmu
>ndenlt also enjoyed a pleasant time. hea
Mr. G. A. Mills and f amily of No. 8 ro
wnsipil paid a visit to friends ini tile(1f
.Paul's commllunity last week.
MIs. Alice Ward, of your town, spent ,
~t week visiting relatives in thlis comn
unity, the guest of Mr. B. B. Schumn
Miss Lilla Werts, who has~ been te.rch- e
scoo eiu ver in Edgehield during the
st three or foul' months spent last to
eek with relatives in the Mt. Pilgrim T
We were amused with tile idea 3
hieh Mr. "Tube" of Prosperity, has visi
lopted ill ord]er to prepare sugar cured y
ems. We hav'e often heard it said No
ive anId learni" and we believe this
be a very good motto to be governed Cot
as this is the first time we ever heard
educated sllgar beinlg used in place ofbe
We regret ver'y muItch that we could b
t attend the Chlristmas tree of Mr. J. mo
. heeler's school at Mt. Pilgr im 3
irch on the evening of tihe 24thl as we sp
arn all who attended enjoyed quite a ber
.esant timle. We always enjoy such
The Christmars tree givenl at tile Ex- her
..ior Academy on the 2dth was a
eaant and enjoyable occasion forbi
thl younlg and old. The exercises the
.gan at 2 o'clock and were opened
ithl prra'iyer by theC Rev. C. A. Marks, ~
Prosperity, and after aln excellent for
eee of violin music Rev'. Ma ks ad- (a
-esse'd tihe audience showing whlose
rth and why we celebrated the Christ
as season of each year~. Rev. Marks is 0
g)od speaker and knows how to talk n
i chlildr'en. After the address next t
ing ini order was to deliver the presents
!at the beautifuil tree contained, mak- tile
g every little heart to be glad and re- to
ice thait the Christmias season hard a lin
ini 1 eturnued.
g the excellent tiolin music furnished Aul
i the occasion by Mr. Andrnew P. Bo- sev
.ul and Miss Sallie HIarmn. There ~
as a lal ge cr'owd p)resent, anld every pas
>dy seemied to enjoy thremselves. W e r iv<
w ays en:j?y eaIch enltertainIinenits-Yes Sat
e do). SIGMA- dut
Wri;!iht & J. WV. C'oppock have got a
g stock and they are going to sell it
Sgive int away. 31lark this. t f.
B.at anrd comipletest stock (of boots
ud sho.:s eveir offered ini Newberryne
ow on hand at M. Foot, .Jr. & Co.'s W
B'::u:ifui Boxes Paper at ff
t J. W. CHtlAPNn- and
M. FIOt. 'Jr.. & Co. have now a comn
lete stock (If dry goods, boots anld din
wes, elothing, fulrnitulr, groceries, is
te., for' Sale at prices that cannot beof
emen.I. tf.~ isar
-Whlo k-eeps the nicest stock of IIats in
.ewhierry Wright & J. W. Coppock
'r anid see thleml and be conviniced. t f.
Hallow, Char'lie ! Have you been not
pedling tire smlnmrer in Alask-a Naw, aft
eenf to Wrnighlt & C'oppock's; couldn't nin
Adlvertised Lette'r., nil
h)oiT OJFFICE. NEWuIERRv, S C. cig
List of' !cttir unclaimaed and advertised tiis
aln. 3. ls.S
0lrn,1d. Rahel-. Mhob ley. Mary,
amlpbell, A. F-., Rtodelitre, Geo. T., Jr.,
arlpheI.'I. W. A., iStephenls, Geo..
ones, lagie-. Thacker, Allen, (
leorris. MaJ(r. Wa dkinos. Wililiami,
talnuey, WV. A.. W righ t. Morgan, cIt
Persons calling for theseletters will please exl
ay that they were iavertisedt.
E. S. IIEIIBERT, P. M. I ~
rs FRO3M NEWFrRRY CO'I
I1 quiet Oin this side, save the
(of fire crackers.
ealth generally good.
policeman has been ~n duty in
of town for the past two week:
-ure you I can visibly notice the
zted thereby. Quite a numb
ents were presentedl1 on Chri:
by the operativlnS, &c., to 1ho
er rank, among which I mentiu
>wing: On Christmlas eve, I sqt
e of the overseers and a second
-vo approached Mr. G. A. M
t. and presenlei him a hand
headed walking cane and a b
cigars. He received them, a.
v that he appreciated the gifts
he invited the squad to his
he following Saturday night.
as yet not heard from the vi
imagine that he fully showed b.
r. Briton, the card-room ove
presented by his room with a
gold headed walking cane.
that the sympathetic tear was
oil down his cheeks when th<
hin Stone, overseer in t e spin
Il, was presented by his room
ug mostly of little girls and
i a most beautiful pair of gold
W. Redd, second hand in spin
n, presented with an Odd Fel
and HI. B. Setzler, second ha
I-room, was presented by th
ives in his room with a
lpair of sleeve buttons a
ir button. So ends the pr(
n by ,peratives to overseers
uit now conies the best of a'
ttner's presents to the oper
ing with him. Were I to atten
merate them it would till
er for weeks to come; suffice
all the children's hearts were
ed by Otto and parents also, b3
1-oe presents as were sent to
1 as dressing cases, albums,
s, handsome lamps, &c Otr
Is the front.
n Friday night the Superinte
ie M. E. School, gave a charad
ust say I pronounce the ente
t very good save a few pieces.
11 Saturday night the children
le glad at the Christmas tr
M. E. Church, and on Sunday
by presents from the Baptis1
series of services were held
rch here during Christmas a
ch I mention especially the s
Vonday at. ni o'clock, cond
Rev. McClintock, on the bi
n Monday night I was serenac
silent hour of midnight by q
iber of voices singing such
:s as "Rock of Ages," and 6
iy Soul to-night." The party t
nown to me have my best wis!:
[rs. C. Mower, our leader of the
Hope, had a Christmas tre
'sday night and again gladden<
rts of the little ones; although]
been a regular attendanit t
arent meetings, yet I wish the
he mill runs smoothhy along.
rs. Geo. B. Cromer is o:i a shor
cv. D. D. Dantzher, of Clio, S.
vi5it to Newberry.
[iss Debbie Swett, of Chiera
ting Miss Lizzie Griflin.
[r. John Hawkins has return
wherry and is clerk in the post
[r Scott Ellesor, of Lexi
mty, is on a visit to friends,ini
:on. L. P. Miller, a member o
;islature fronm Georgetown,
red to New berry.
:r. J. W. Earhardt, of Lexir
nt a day or tw o last week in
ry on a visit to friends.
:rs. A. B. Burn, after a visitt
ter, Mr. ',Wmi. Zob,el, return:
home in Charleston last week.
[r. C. L,. Blease returned to C
yesterday to resume his studi
law department of the Univers
iss Josie Lnndrum, whog has
iMr. W. TI. Tarrant as milline
her home in Virginia on last
isses Nannie Wilson and]
n, of Newberey, and Miss(
tett, of Silver Street, have ret
)ue West Female College.
[iss Fannie Le-avell, after spe
Christmas holidlays at home, ret
~olumbia on Monday to assumr
ecs in the Columbia Female Ce
r'. Isaiah Hait'wvanger, of Lexit
Messrs. J. M. Proctor and
1, of Edgefield, were in th<
eral days the early pairt of the
.v. W. A. Julian, the new Lut
tor for the Beth Eden pastorai
:d with his wife and daughte
urday and has entered upo
Atlanta's New Liquor Laws~
.TLANTA, Jan. 2.-The action (
rcouncil in reference to liquor I
looked forward to with interest
forecast, resulted in reducing t]
in which they might be granted.
'h amount of license is reduced
~en hundred to one thousand<
.the hour of closing is changed
ren to ten o'clock at night.
11 other restrictions in the forn
ance rematn in full force and a
dded requiring a forfeiture of
tny retailer whose place becomnes
ico or of ill repute by diPorder.
M!aine's Dig Moose.
laineX, big moose ha:r fallen.
Lgass, a weCll known liuiter, sh
long ago up near the Cana<
3r following him live days.I
e years old, measured nine fee
ie of horns to the tip of his tail.
entv,two hands high, hadl a a
le feet four inchtes, andl me
hteen feet fromi the tip of his
outstretched hind feet.
31xCINNATr, 0., .January
nuagers of the Cincinnati bas
b decided to-day to have th
md the winter practicing and
ibition games in the south. M1
Schimelz left to-day for the so
ke the necessary arrutugement
TON ! MARRIED.
DecemtberS6,i87, fyRev. C. A. Mark:
Mr. John Long and Nfiss Lizzie Qui
tlebaumn-both of \N berry Count.
At Mt. Olivet church, Lexingto
(ounty, December 2'th, 18S7, by Rei
J. E. Berley, Dr. Henry G Eleazer an
Nfiss Mary C. WVelch,'both of Sprin
and Hill, S. c.
00,' In Newherry, Wednesday, Decen
er of her 2Sth, 1S.7, by Rev. J. S. Cozb,
atnas I 0. 3e!R. Hol mes, of Wilmington,N. C
. o and Maniie Kirkpatrick, daughter
R. L. McCaughrin, of Newberry.
ad of 1)ecember S, lss7, by Rev. N.
Younginer, M1r. Charley Eargle an
hand Miss Maggie W. Cunalander, all
oody. Lexington County.
Some December 3, 1sS , by Rev. J. I,
Ox of Efird, Mr. John Monts, of Newberr
id to County, and Miss OretiaOshy, of Le:
given December 25, 1Ss7, by Rev. S.
:ouse IHallman, Ir. Uriah J. Stuck, of Le:
We ington County, and Miss Alice I
it but Suber, of Newberry County.
is p. December 21, 1ss7, by Rev. S.
Hallman, Mfr. J. Roland Dickert,
Newberry County, and _Miss Liela 3
rseer, Martin, of Fairtield County.
I am: DEATHS
made Mrs. Sallie Rahn, wife of Rev. S.
aue Rahn. (lied at her home in Lexington
Tuesday, January 3, 18S8. She w
. buried,in Columbia yesterday.
A FARMER'S PHYSICIAN.
boys J. T. Porter, DeKalb county, writ(
frame Am remote from medical aid, but I ha
a physician ever with me to check sudd,
ning- attacks of the bowels in keeping Dr. Bi
low's gers' Huckleberry Cordial.
n d in Bucklen's Armca Salve.
e op- The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sor
Bruises. Ulcers, Sa!t Rheum, Fever Sores, T
beau- ter, Chapped Hands, Clillblains, Corns, a:
n1d a all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures pil
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to gi
:ents perfect satisfaction, or money refunth
Price '45 cents per box. For sale by Cofil
,&C. & Lyons.
, '. My stock of Toys is about complel
atives Come one. come all, young, middle-ag
ipt to and old, and see an endless variet y
your novelties. S. B. JONES.
to say II
them, Is hereby given toExecutors, Adnmi
silver istrators. Guardians, Trustees and oth
si fiduciaries, that Tuesday and Thursd
> still of each week during the months of Ja
nary and Febuary, 188S are set apart
ndent the examination and filing of their a
e and ttual returns as required by law.
J. B. FELLERS,
rtain- Dec. 26, 1SS7-It. J. P. N. C.
were Final Settlement.
ee of On the 17th day of January, 1SSS
morn- will make settlement on the Estate
Stin- Ellen S. Wilson, (leeceased, before t
Probate Court for Newberry Coun1
in the South Carolina, and ask or a final d
charge as Administrator thereof.
mong All persons having claims ag:ai
ervice said estate will present them to me,
lucted or before that (lay.
th of JAMES F. KILGORE,
Dec. 14th 18S7-5r. Aministrator,
led at '
bough if ou want to build up hon
e- enterprise to send off to g
onhat you can buy at homn
~te WAe speak for our branch
Ihave the trade at this time ai
othe it applies equally as well
cause all trades and professions
the town and county. V
TE. 'are not selish. But we wa
that we are prepared to d
wis It is not too much to say th
our work is equal to the bes
offie. bind to some extent. Thai
gton honest. We make a speciall
~ew of everything needed in a toy
ftlike ours. We haven't sai
has a word about the
New- which we put in last sprin;
It is a small beginning, an
o her should not be despised. TlI
*dt first steam printing ever dor
ou-in Newberry was in our estal
es in|lish ment, anld it's still goir
ty.. ion. You knowv that stea1
been power is much more sa-tisfd
r, left tory than hand power in an
Mo"- enterprise where power is1
.izzi be used. Our power is pr
arrie duced by a novel piece <
rned mechanism in t.he shape of a
engine no bigger than a stov
nding (Come in and see it in oper
urned tion. We take delight i
ehrseeinlg 3ou about as well
gt,and anythingr else you nee(
city that we have not mentione
week. We guarantee satisfaction
heran every particular. We p
7t):r Stationery in Pad
a isat a smlltie extra over tl
ordinary loose sheets with
without blotters. The pa
- w use are excelled by nor
> the being~ very neat with int(
cense, changeable blotters.
$nas A word just now about o
""may, not beout of season.
comparison of thenm with a
establishment in the Stb
should be granted a clinchi
WB. argument for your patrona
ohi of home enterprise.
os oanybody with a lack of appa
ciation for home folks, but
know that some people, unl<
-Tereminded, do forget that th
ball can get at home what th
e club often send to distant pla(
giigfor. D)on't forget.
_N\., i FI M "NEW GOODS!
With cordi:l thanks for the liberal p:
- tronage received in our openiig, u
w ouild respectiully inforun our patron
friends and the public generally that m
d are constantly adding it-ms to our stoel
. We iow keep our spe:;ial line complel
and vou e:tn always inil w hat we adve
Ur I)res.; Goods now consist of Ca:
meres, Nuns viiiiiling IIrietta's Al:n<
Sebua-ttpol, FlanluIs, 'Tricot. and
)t otlier woolen goods now fa-hionabl
Siiks, W\"at:red Silks and S.ttiis, Gin,
halns and domiestie Plaids and! Calicos.
Knit Goo.Is for Ladlies and Misses ar
Children .Jerseys, Undervests, Pin
and Skirt-, also, Gents Undervests.
We can give you a full -Bridal Ot
fit" as cheap as you can buy and mal
then. Why then, all the trouble at
vexation of gathering up and makin
when we have them ready at your doo
- Full line of nicely finished and embroi
Crei Underwear in full suits-at pric
to suit all.
Corsets and Bu_tles of all sizes and
r. all prices.
Df Lidies. 31i6ses and Childreis' Io.
I. and Gents IIaif 11ose.
Ladies and Gents IIandkerchie
Linen, Lawn,and Silk.
Ladia Linen Collars and Cutis.
Full line of Trimming Goods in
the la;est and most fashionable goot
viz: Furs, Satin., Silk,Velvet, Velvetee
Gimp, Galloon, Hercules Braid, Cot
Briad, Beaded Setts, (hand made) Bead
Trimming in all colors, Domestic Hon
spun, Bleached and Unbleached Ti<
iigs, Flannels. etc.. in fact evervbi;
usually found in a tirst-class Dry Goo
All Millinery Goods will now be sc
at big discount, preparatory to Spri
Agency for "Brohard's Wind<
es Holder," or Lock, useful and safe,
et Burglar can enter where this lock is :i
pliedl-now on exhibition in front
ve store. Call and -xamine..
d. Three nice rooms, inmediate;y oN
Ad store, for rent at reasonable prices.
Misses Lelia Rives, Mamie Metts a
:e, j Stevie Bowers are still with us and %
ei take pleasure in showing our new a
of select stock of fashionable goods to th,
Many friends and customers general
Again thanking you for the libe
,patronnge extended and soliciting ac<
tiuntance of the same, we are
er 1, & ILlS, T1108. F. ARRAN
ay Main street. Newberry, S. C.
"- Sale Of Personal Propert
On Tuesdity, the 17th day of Janua
_.I SS, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m.,
will sell, at the late residence of Ja<
Setzer, deed., the personal preperty
longing to his estate. consisting of 1 n
and one horse, cattle and cotton se
he 1 four-horse wagon, 1 shop, househ
e and kitchen furnitute, etc.
.y' Terms: Cash.
GEO. A. SETZLER,
WADE H. SETZLER,
t F. M. SETZLER,
!I \D IDECORN tII
SWjor Leni R, Rhdmor
THE NOTED MOONSHINER.
d This Whiskey is guaranteed by 3Ma
tR. to be pure Hand Mlash and una(
terated, and as its numerous testimoni
In go to sh ow, is especially adapted
niedical use. Sold in Newberry only
e ILEY W. FANT,
t F. W. WVAGENER & Co., Sole Agelr
Charleston, S. C.
M'~AON k1 HALI
o. -r~wThe cabinet orgran,
RO in tod uced in its p
ent form by Maisor
lilt Ih~HamP a in 1s61. Ot:
INILL nak rs follow ed in
d __________maLufacture of th
Lins.ruments butthe Maso' & H amlin0Org:
have always maintained their supremac:
Mason & Hamlin offer, as demonstratior
the unequaled ex ellence of their organs.
fact that at all otthe great World's Exh
t1 ionis,siuce that P aris, 1-67, in competit
Awith best makers of alt cohntries, they hi
invariably taken the highest, honors. Ill
trated catalogues free
eiMason& Hamlin's Stri
O erwas introduced
them in 1882, and
NFl been pr onounced by
* perts the "greatest
d_A_cirular,_cntainin trvet in ials f
three hundred purchasers, mansicians:
toners, sent,.oehrwt dsrpiee
elogue, to any applicant.
Pianios andl Organis sold for cash or easy p
Smerits; also rented.
- MASON & HARLIN ORGAN AND PIANO
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>The Largest. The Ablest, The Best
n Religiolis and L.tral'v WkIv in0 Itile i0
~One of the ablest weeklies in existence.
Pall Mall Gazette, London. England.
"The most influential religious organ in
S states.--lhe spectator, London. Englan
-'Clearly stands in the fore front as a wee
'eligious magazine."-Su' day school Titt
UProminent featutres of THE 1NDEPE'I
during the comning year will be promiised
Religiotus and Theological Aricles
RnnoUUTIGTON, Risnor CoxE. DR. T1
Llt oDoaE L. CrYLEK, DR. HowARD OsGuoD.
HIowARD) CRosiBY, DR. WM. R. lIU3.rn501
DR.)i JAMES Ft-EMAS CI.AiCKE, DR. GEu
PENTICOST, iad others5
Social and Political Artilesk,
PROF. W\1. (. SrDINER, PROF. Elminlia
or Ui.'. PRE's. .louis IIAsco', PtiOF. AR
IS MIonthly Literary Articles,
TunoMAS s:TwVoETit HiGiss$oN and ot
- eritneal and literary aruele. by MAui
SrFOIDARIn, MICs. sellt Y i.E:i VAs It.NsoEi'
Poemzs ail Stories,
lE. C. sTE101N'n. El%AATiil 5iTUART Pil
svopy.FoRl', -1 LIA Sti. AYEI. IRO'E 'I E
CoKa: En':Tu M. TunoMAs. ANDREw .'
.Ji'i on i0.E O'lEIitt and others; and
A Short Serial Story,
k By E. P. RtOE.
teEVERY INTELLIGENT FAMILY NEEI
flo GOOD) NEWVSPAPUR. 11. is a ne-as,it.y I
0 parents and children.
e A good way to make the acqnaintanc
THE lND)EPENDENT 14 to send( 3J cets A
"Trial Trip" or a month.
. SPECIMEN COPIES FREE.
W.ill hoi hn he~ sent on:e year eaich, to any
-con not a~ -mubcrizber n o TH E IND'IENDENT1
SS 2.,New York.
S o papers are sent to subscribers after
time paid rfor htevexpiredi.
.,THE INDEi'ENDENT'S Clubbing List wil
y sent free to any person asking for- it Any
J ihigto sublscrib)e for one orwore pa
~cs or n.agnzmnes mn conniection With TInE I
P'ENDENT. can save mioney by oide-ring
our Club List. Add res
S a . vew.
THE [EEIIRS OF I
Have just received the
These goods wer bought at
Sand will be sol
Our Line of Ov(
Full line of Shoes of
Gents' Fine Shoes a
e, WILL TELL; therefore
at LOW PRICES give
B. H. Cline's Old Sta
IIAVE ON HAND
ry, - ALSO, EV
s I would call special a
SELECTED STOCK 0
In fact we have the MOST C
KIND ever offered in the Cit
I would be pleased to have
lsure IT WILL BE TO YOU.1
tention and as low prices and
for N. B.-Messrs. T. G. WIL:
by MAN can be found at my st<
~.lent line of goods.
___lY ARE NEXT I
L lOIISER RNISHl
- 2 Tin ShopWo:
.ONE BOOR_FIIOM P.
M . FOE'
CA LL:-: BE
ir BOTS A2D
Cake - - - - - -
one For the inhabitants<
SHOE S a specialty for Gen
IAHION A8\D 161 PRW
.r SECOND PURCHASE of
.rcoats Cannot Be Beat.
1l Grades and Prices. Ladies' and
specialty. QUALITY and PRICE
if you want RELIABLE GQODS
as a call.
Stro l & Bros. FINE CLOTHING
and ZEI81.ER BROS,'FINE SHQE~
for Sale ONLY BY US.
r AMES MEANS
$3.00 and $4.00 SHOES.
VE A1LIT, " he1wberry othiers,'
.nd, - NEW$ERRY, S.
AND AM RECEIVING DAILY
?LETE LINE OF
ots and Shoes,
ERYTHING IN THE
~RY L I]5 ~l
tention to my NEW A ND WELL
ss Goods, Jerseys,
Gloves. Collars, Laces, Etc.
3K TO SEE MY -
Shoes for Ladies.
OMPLETE LINE OF SHOES OF EVERY
you call and examine my entire stock, as I am
t ADVANTAGE. I guarantee polite atten
honest goods as any house in the city.
rget the place,
want to see your face.
tours to please,
. B. WHEELER.
IJAMS, W. HI. CARWILE and POPE COLE -
re, ready to show their my friends an excel
)OORt_TO TilE POST OFFIC1E,
~YOU CAN FIND
AD NTONRAR i
~D STDVH REPAIR,
NG GOODS A SPECI1LTY. ~':
e Always On Hand-s
rk Done at Short Notice..
A1 AND HiDES \VNTED. A
Ir & BPEO.,
- - JR.,RRY8.11
. SELL YOU --
5 SAVE MONEY!
1ITIK AND VALISESW
t0088 KEPT IN I VARIETY STORK.
IOT, JR.,& CO.
f the United States and Canada! Fine
ts, Ladies. Children and Infants.
T'ILS ,T TBMUl=lT
COL~7I~4I7~A S, 0.