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tions and take new d 1e pres(
Mr. T. J. Wilson C. T
same at Ridge Roa
Chu-ott, p>reaching han
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ne anday a l.. Mr Carwile,
s oJ j -- uecdlesday of
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peaching neet -nnday at a a.
and - Ua.ntendent. resp
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preachingby the .a -P onW
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. Sa b y she dent. meeting earn
t 1:15 p. m - tev."Ciintock. _
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,rh 1 t ' ,-Irs:r. Pres:
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by the tr .Lfl
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the house fo ie house aw
has oplnes u pan a li
and -avCelin uTh
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not closed eir a ntf o
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have n F LL. str
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settle t i oa m
a-Dr. ots or atS3
home- . d
not let p as
credit for ' NS
their qu na
tern~ooU - bthe~
ugit, has received s1
- f garden seed direct During the a
ed house of D. Land
date 1889 is stamped :orkers" of
Io't buy seed that Inday School
rtough to vote, when bms" to corz
s.ed can be had for gen toaflth<
.Call at Pelham's id in Baptist
- . luthern State
e ult. 1, at the reqa
Bociety. of -he Bap- -en Board of
lat yea: made a 4avention.
dk.at(g uilt out of the Tfhe Sunbear
be mrembe:-s of the it Sunday
- -' uitfom the jer the Close
..g.e. it to the pas3tor. leir business
*lt cost the coat.- ad selections
-it is a 'ig of:Th'ere aresp
v-e nmo doubt will be yv all the Suni
the pa:tor and his a;ms are pr
h Ii mas day
------It was obser
-- oon with a
Sc'On." "Autocrat,' nd entertaini;
'ttle Granger," "Sim
o Rosa" Pencil Tat berry Baptist I
4id at Hunt's B3oo~ The children
.15 cents each. tf tontrbuting
.be by buyinfg your:chool has on
Iu's Bozok Store.Th
,e Levy. - t home object:
Sthe~ tax .levy for The followin
obr the next year. j the Sunbear
ethie tax in the ."The first Sur
.ut in ai ofril ed in the spr
-t mli frd ime 249 societi
- and, so far aslk
......... 5 mills cieties are aliv
-- -... " the first year
-....3 -' - - . the ar
--1... " May. 1888, th
- -- .been $819.09.
- ..11 " iday $470.72 wa
---h;s last sum- n ay n
- iouers wea upinbo
-.ey to py f< ran~ r
~5 ftjlt K neoing th
..- eorrect. Sold
.--- ore morning Buckle
---e dead. Morah: The Best Salve
n ihRem- Bruise., Ulcers, s
--- ter, (Chapped H
--rtson, all Skin Erupti
-- .Piles. or no pay r
--- -- ive perfect sais
u. . 'r:ce 25 cents per
ah Dspepsia .Lyons.
'oU. The New
ascards! The Newbe,
chenp. NOW .Lutheran chur
* If. church on last
officers wer-e e
-Cocoanuts. Secretary, Rev
istmas: also urer, Maj. Jacc
Thoes, Croek sions were int
USSEL'S. services well at
-- of couference i
ehest, use Shi communtyv. '
ee 25 eents. was preached t
de mierabl In the afternoo
2hiloh's Cure day-school wer
,J. Epting, Re
and Mr. Jeff. C
ight & j. W.: The next me
re purchas- will be held at
>ut 'tis true. fedCounty o]
Sun day in Ma
was made by ti
- ..COP in the buildino
*h sales.tfi O'Neall in this
k's is thej
you want IEnvelopes
. t Book Store.
utag Present. OUS AND A ABOVT.
esdit was a happy time for Neaday is saleday.
hilFt the Newberry Cotton Seeotice of the Newberry Cot
ancmembers of the W. C. T. ton
iere'3e church was crowded to 'h:ltor has an important no
:m t was the time appointed tice payers in this issue.
he and the distribution of Twberry Band is preparing t<
ntsir the auspices of the W. givAer concert.
Lewberry. A nice sack of rmino party at the Newberr
b fruit together with H' Monday night was a pleasan1
6l valuable book had been the lovers of the dance.
red kh member of the Band a,
o" many members of the ounty Treasurer requests us t
S.er cies were opened by sAt he will be unable, on acceunl
> derfu Words of Life," a ressure in collecting taxes, t
l drl Wrdsingan a any railroad tax until after the
ri. P. isntock a t., to persons who have already
er eir taxesclitok
rs ;wer, the indefatigable and -eir taxes.
esP er in the tempe:ance cause vberry College began the second
e , gave an instructive- and on Tuesday under encouraginE
re3t alk. After this came the*cts.
ib" of presents, the present=e Newberry Cotton Mills have de
, p)ve mentioned. There wertd a dividend of 21 per cent. It i4
,hulinded prescois prepaieected now that the mill will pay E
ai away, all of which we ha'dend of from 2 to 3 per cent. semi
LoVcre fully appreciated by thmally.
.'he Stockholders of the Newberry
s;r exercise will be held in tnk will hold a meeting on the 8t1
y.iit;rch on next Tuesday nuary.
(,pr the members of the fihe union service next sunday nigh
[o the~town. The exercise i1l be held at the Methodist church
e4 half-past three o'clock. Tnd the sermon will be preached b3
irtr two hundred presents aev. E. P. McClintock, of the A. R. P
this occasion, the pr"hurch.
I en principally by M -s. 1 We invite attention to the law car(
i is inVited to the exercof Goggans & Hunt. They are bott
young men and good lawyers and thi
SCharlie! Have yot combination makes a strong team.
the winter in Mexico.
' 'r"ght & Coppick's ; The seven barrooms in Newberr3
b we all taken out licenses again fo:
- - th;s year. The license for the t own i
eeps the nicest stock o $400 each and for the county $100 each
v Wraiht & J. W. (
see them and be convii" The gentleman who has in his poa
-g- - session the hat of Mr. Silas J. McCaugh
forget that D. B. W rin is earnestly requested to reLurr
> at ian ble <ri c- the same at once and get his own plug
hines. The officers of the K. of H. for thi
** a- ensuing year were installed at the meet
u want a first-class ind -
-all on P. B. Wheele tf ing on Tuesday night.
" .=ext door to Dr. Po Mr. G. M. Girardeau has'receivet
RH CURFD lee his commission as Trial Justice forNew
secured, by Shiln berry, and has ente,ed upon the die
y. Price 50 cent charge of h%s duties.
eE. 1A prelimioary examination in the
es, Hymn Book meal cases is appointed for to-morrow
iuting, etc., etc. tf John Walker, who turned States' evi
hrself, at J. W. Cl deuce and was released, has departec
A. R. P. Confe and, as we suggested last week, is no
Church likely to return.
the Prosperity -on last The Stewards meeting for Newberr3
day. There we M. E. Ciccuit will be held at the cir
sion on Saturd-on of the cuit parsonage, Tuesday, January 15th
on of Home mers and 1889.
s. C. F. Boyd, .nr n
eel took an rt. m ad- CROUP,WHOOPING COUGH and Bron
toe too n chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'i
dto the minisd' Supper Cure.
dministered y in the un- Wright & J. W. Coppock have got i
moniination. ibg stock, and they are going to sell i
ve manner e were well or give it away. Mark iis. tf
led. The Pthe matter of Personal.
y much en'ch building Mr. A. C. Jones is now traveling fo:
-ectEon of ir The new Hodges Brothers of Baltimore.
. tow mzder way and Miss Sallie Greneker is visiting he:
ni le~ one of the sister Mrs. A. C. Jones, in Columbia.
cobuilinwn. .Mr. C. W. Austell, of Santuc, hat
e bsermony morTing was been in town during the week.
hed by the conference Rev. Mr. Wightman,-the new Metho
e next i Creek church, dist preacher, of the Newberry station
se hel ' rrived with his family last week am
fi p.ii.4pt at the Methodist churcl
last Sunday morning.
nbeamn Jay.Co.JC.MesofEgied ou
rear 1888, the "Earnesttyisnto .
the Newber-ry Baptist Msr.B .adB .Hcs o
changed to that of "Sun-tobuesrtredytrayfm
espond with the nameviitotirhmatafey
a societies being orga.n- W a laatcl hswe
Sunday Schools in the fo r hs .Lmad h ei
s, by Rev. Geo. B. Tay- mngro h*EtleCatnCi
est of the Foreign Mis-pay
the Southera Baptist MrJon.Gen,fth Wrl
as of the Newberry Bap- rsJ..Greisviinhrsst
chool meet montlN1y, Ms .W .Baok tGlvle
of the school, transact
,make contribution~s, Ms izeRf' ftecut
ecial days to be observed ti ek
eamn Societies, and pro
~wided for these days. Wilt&J .Cpoksln
is one of these days. Ta swa h aissy .e,t
ved on last Sunday after-Letloigns.t
-ery pretty, interestingWhWoeFa.
ig program, by the New- Wmnls hi euybcu
Suniday School. clsudrieterlf.D.Akr
have the opportunity of EnlsReeyfrCsupinsa
every Sunday. Theabouecr.SlbyPRbrtn
hand several hundred ebry
contributions are given Cags
g statement of the workFokpae o.6Twsi,ao
2s may be of interest: eihmiesfotw.
Sbeam society was organ- M.S .Al a oe ot
ing of 1887. Since thatKiadpcenrJap.
es have been organized, MrB.HLoeceadM W A
nown, most of these so
Sand at work. During IFla aeecagd r oea
the Sun neams reportednohathhoeadMrFalw h
tount of $1,58-e.14. Since strvatebyMLoeae
e amount reported has M.W .Wlo a odhshu
Last year at Christmas
iluffer Aniy Longer. h a oei uies r um
,t a cough can be checked hsmvdit h isnhue
the first stages of con- M.X.B a2~ a odoth
en in a week, we hereby
scker's English RemedystetoM.oreofEgied
on, and will refund the MrD.CFlnhamoehistl
bo buy, take it as per di- ogodtooubawhrheh
o not find our statement
by P. Robertson, New- oeeadygossoe i l tn
n's Arnmes Salve.
in the world for Cuts. Sores,Jaisn
iit Rheum, Fever Sores, Tlet- MsiB ontn rmrhv
.nds. Chilblains, Corns and
ans. and positively curesmoe ei-lwofcupsasoe
squired. It is guaranteed th ofieo|.J oe
!aetion. or money refunded.
box. For sale by Cofield & M .S ora ilocp h
r oerry Conference.Jr
-r Conference of the ThnelafimoGggs&Hu
eh met at Mt. Pilg,-im wl cuyteofc aae yJh
F- idav. 'ibe followng soe&C-mn
lected for the ensuing MrHayH.Beshsmodhi
it. Rev. WV. C. Schaeffer; lwofc oros6ad5oe h
M. J. Epting; Treas-steofS-ih& ean
b Epting. The discus- M.G.M Garauwlhvea
sresting and full. The ofc sTilJsiei h omoe
tended by the membersthRaktStr,fmelocuidb
mnd the citizens of the teNwer ils
'he sermon on Sunday Th ebrvifehaescr
y Rev. A. J. Bowers. MCuhi ala nAmr n
n addresses to the Sun- hv oe n
e delivered by Revs. M.
v. Z. WV. BedenbaughTeile
~uattlebaum.Ciyaefo cos ptnorne
eting of this conference mna h aeproto od o
Union church Ia Edge- ms te iis ~asaedne
1 Friday before the fifLhou. r.ce'sEgihRmdfo
reh. An appropriation mysv orlf.Sl yPRbr
11s conference to assi,tsot ebry
--I Col.C Tabes Jus Eeied Cou
2z,OOa Hn~ty,s nBoownr. Te r el
vitrcieda utst t thrice heat dGaffnmetiton
The proprietors of THE HESAID AND
. News would appreciate it as an especial
favor if those;who owe us for subscrip
tions would call in and settle at an early
day. We need money. The amount due at
by each subscriber is Emall but in th3a be
aggregate would help us very much.
Please remember this. it s
Y. M.C. A. 4
The young men's meeting on Thursday to
njght will be led by Mr. Z. F. Wright.
Remember the hour, eight o'clock, sharp. th
On Sunday, young men will find an
interesting service beginning at 5 o'clock,
lasting just 45 minutes. A cordial wel- at
come to all. th
The members monthly meeting has ar
been postponed from the 3d to the 10th
instant. An iateresting musical and lite
rary programme is being arranged. m
We notice that some of our young men C1
take the horizontal bac occas'onally. cr
The Indian clubs just received from at
Providence are the nicest ever seen here. fo
Let's get up a club-swinging class! or
We want five or eight determined fel
lows, to take special drill for class-leaders. F
Who will volt ateer? ti
Remember that the "Gym." is for your st
benefit, and you can never be benefitted re
unless you work. Carryicg a member- fo
ship ticket in your pocket wi 1 not e- re
paad the chest, or bring up weak mus
We ace always ready and glad to show
any member such e:ercise as will be bene- al
ficial, and hope that in the begi'&ng of lil
a new year many of them will beg': sys- ai
tematic work, in this a0ell as otier do
- partments., * of
New Year Calls. je
This pleasant social custom was ob
served last Tuesday by our gallant young S
townsmen, Messrs. Jno. M. K;oard, L.
W. Jones, R. H. Wearn and S. J. Mc- p
Caughrin. They called in style upon y
1 their lady friends who received them gra- vi
ciously and entertained them gracefully.
it was an agreeable occasion.
"The Quick or the Dead." ni
This play was rendered at the Opera
House on Monday night by Miss Estelle
Clayton and her company. The ac'irg N
was good throughout and was enjoyed by B
all present, and deserved a much larger
house. Miss Claytoa is a very handsome S1
woman and acts the part of Barbara well, C
- and she is well supported. pi
Helena Heraldings. .
Mr. Scott has returned from Spartan- Vi
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Shockley have re
turned from Laurens.
Little Robbie and Ida Holman, of Lau
rens, ran down Monday to see the:r b
Mrs. A. B. Barn retuined to Charles
ton last Monday accompanied by Miss c<
Lizzie Zobel. is
Mr. H. R. Boger, of Concord, set
several days in the village very pleasa.1t.- p
ly last week. He was the guest of Mr.
Mrs. W. F. Wright and little Fraokk
G., of Laure >s County, spent the holiday w
I season with us, retar ug home by the
way of Clinwan Monday night.
Mr. Har~vey Ga:ilard has moved into
the vacant house o2 Cottage-street. p'
Md-s. Kate Coa.es will remove to the c
village next week a'id occupy her cottage ,
I adjoining Mr. I:shop's sto -e.
A conrespondent of the HERALD AND
NEWS recently sai that "Hele aa mo'st t
contain a bevy of pretty g'rls, judg'>g by
the way the boys of his sectiona vis'.t the
v.:lJage." Yoe are rigt, my brotihe:; and
they a-e just as sweet as they are pretty'.c
May 'hey ever wear the "grace..gv'vg r- ti
dle." One or them went r.way just the F
other day as a fair y oung briae-with the i
flush of lie's morog upon her cheek,
and a happy hea'd, she has gone to beac- c4
'Jfy and brig.hten anothec home. G
We are the appreciative re'pet of a p
t card from a lady frienid. The se.ding of tr
.smple, taste&o! ca -Os w'th appropr:ate nr
F.aes to friends is the feature of the '
season that we admire. It e::presses the h
true seatme't of the happy Christmas- b;
Mr. J. 0. Meredith says the weather
co.aditioes of the Christ.-as week were
never better since the yea r '49, which he a
we'l remnembers es a boy. The weet~ was F
indeed charmaing. Ana now that 'we hae
Spassed the faLefel '83, let us sVve for a
year of peace, ple'dy a rd prosperity. 0
Dinners are suppers in this hobp'table
little villege were plent'ful during the v
.holidays. Among ihe latest was a 'pos- ei
a sum supper given by Mr. J. M. Bowe- a.
, The 'posa os--there were two fat fellows, tl
were not alooe, howeve-. for turkey, and
a salads, et ce'.era, tried to rival this popu
.lar Souti.re--2 dish; and Delmo-:co lim- F
i sel, could hardy have called his geests t.oy
e a moresamptuoos or appeiz'g spread of is
the kind than the clever yooeg hostess
aprepated for her lord and h:s eleven
freds. It happened that there we:e jest p~
12 at th's twelfth annmaal gathering. The gi
13th bei.eg abseot. One of the 'boys' ate t<
the 'possam head, and after supper ano
1therfoacdthegrooieg st&lin hispoetet, it
much to the amr'sement of the party. The ai
pleaseat abandon and spali-.,g hamor
that preva.:ed was not the -.esalt of w:se, Ig
for it was e:rcleded. It was sim'ply the rc
flow of af -iendJy :eel.Ig. If it indeed be ti
trae that the way to a man's heart is tC
th-.oagh h's "th oat," then the -e are
elevee me.1 beside the devoted husband le
who che.-ah a teadec rega.d for the gracc
Tal and uus:Jaoted hospitality of the charm- le
ing yoaeg hostess. SaNs Soucr.c
How D)octors Conquer Death. a
Doctor Walter K. Hammond says rr
"After a long experience I have corne li:
to the conclusion that two-thirds of all
deaths from coughs, pneumonia and
consumption, might be avoided if Dr.
Acker's English mRredy for consump
tion were only carefully used in time.''
This wonderful Remedy is sold under a
positive guarantee by P. Robertson, n
Writing paper at 3 cents a quire at F
Hunt's Book Store,
A Sound Leagal Opinion. a
:1E. Bainbridge Monday, Esq., County Atty., b
Clay Co.. Tex. sas: "Have used Electric :
Bitters with most happy results. My brother
also was very low with Malarial Fever and.
Jaun,bt was cored by timely us f hs
saved his life."
Mr. b. L. Wilcox. of Horse Cave. Ky., adds E
a like testimony, saying: Hle positively be
l'eved he would have (lied, had it not been
- fr Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off, as well as n
cure aln Malaria Diseases, and for all Kidney a
Liver and Stomach Disorders stand sun
equaled. Price 50c. and $1. at Coid &
THE WKE OF PRAYER.
nteresting Services at the Lutheran
Church Next Week.
The Week of Prayer will be observed
the Newberry Lutheran Church,
ginning next Monday afternoon at
)'clock. Each evening of the week
rvices will begin promptly at 4
:lock and close promptly at 4.4.5.
A very cordial invitation is extended
all people to unite in these services.
The following topics, suggested by
e Evangelical Alliance will be con
lered in the order named:
Konday, January 7th-Thanksgiving
d Confession. For the individual,
e family, the church, the community,
d the nation.
Tuesday, January Sth.-The Holy
>irit. Officers: Gifts, fruits, example.
Wednesday, January 9th.-The Fa
ily and the Church. For patents,
ildren, masters, and servants. For
inisters, afficers, and members; for
iristlikeness in heart and life; for in
iased activity, personal and associ
-d- for Sunday-schools; for associa
>ns of young men and young women;
r all forms of church work; for the
eness of all believers.
Thursday, January 10th.-Reforms.
>r the abolition of the manufacture,
iportation, sale, and use of intoxica
ig drinks as a beverage; for the de
iuction of the opium traffic; for the
peal of all laws which protect vice;
r the sanctification of the Lord's Day;
r social purity and all other needed
Friday, January 11th- Missions.
ty and home.
Saturday, January 12th.-Nations.
>r peace and prosperity, both temper
and spiritual; for civil and religious
)erty, for ruler., legislators and judges,
id for all in authority; for just laws
id their impartial enforcement; for
Ltions suffering injustice at the bands
other nations; for the removal of in
rnational and class antipathies and
lousies; for purity in national life.
Next Sunday morning the Lord's
ipper will be administered.
At night, Rev. W. C. Schaeffer the
Lstor, will preach a New Year sermon.
au are cordially invited to these ser
Harness and Repa!r Shop.
I have just employed a first class
trness maker and will open a shop
xt week in my office.
it. F. A. SCHUMPERT.
"Two Little Confederates," by Thos
elson Page. Now on sale at Hunt's
ook Store. tf
Don't forget that Robertson's Drug
ore is the place to get a handsome
bnristmas present at a very reasonable
Albums, Photo. and Auto. Plush
ok Boxes, Mirrors, Photo. Frames,
riting Desks, Gold Pens, Cards of
ery style, Fancy Stationery of all
nds, at J. W. Chapman's. tf
The Chinese Have a Way
cramping their feet until they be
me ridicuously small for the body,
ing greatly out of proportion. Pelham
s a way of giving good value for all
irchases and the people appreciate his
udable efforts. Pectoral Syrup for
ughs, colds, etc., for instance, which
regarded everywhere as the surest,
rgest, and most effective medicine
ade for throat and lung troubles.
rice 25 cents per bottle.
NOTES FROM EXELSIOR.
Christmas has come and gone and
e extend a happy new year to all.
Excelsior school re-opened Monday
Rev, and Mrs. J. C. Boyd, of Pros
!rity, spent Friday visiting in this
Mr. Jesse Matthews, of Edgefield,
sited relatives in this community
iring the holidays.
Miss Alice Crosson, who has been
aching school over at Lewiedale dur
g the past few months, spent Christ
as under the parental roof.
A great many of the people in this
>mmunity attended the exercises ol
Le Prosperity High School on last
riday night., The;exercises were very
On Monday afternoon (24th) we, ac.
>mpanied by our young friend Mr.
.S. Rikard, of Prosperity, had the
easure of attending the Christmas
ee given at the Ridge Road.' Acade
y. For fear our friend "Sometimes'
ill think that we.are intruding on
is tramping grounds we will ca11 ofi
i' saying we enjoyed a pleasant visit
'id glad to learn the school is;in a
Another Christmas has passed away
id the little ones have enjoyed a
leasant time, each one showing
hat Santa Claus gave them. Bless the
Ltle children. We hope they have,
ie and all, enjoyed a happy Christ
A great many of the people in this
emnity attended the Newberry Luth.
-an Conference held at Mt. Pilgrim
hurch from Friday until Sunday in
usive. .The attendance was large and
ie services very interesting.
A "leap year social" was given at
r. J. H. Crosson's residence on last
riday night. The attendance was
>od and the young folks enjoyed a
easant time. Leap on, girls, if 1888
outlet us all enjoy ourselves.
We notice a great deal has recently
ten said concerning the Murray Road
aw, and what resolutions should be
Lased in order that we might have
>od roads. Now, we have very little
>say concerning this matter, but we
eartily enderse the views g'ven by
ir friend "Sometimes" that appeared
last week's Herald and News. We
ein favor of doing away w'th the
Subs", and also the privilege of allow,
g persons to pay the commutation
e of $4.00 in order to exempt them from
ad duty. When these two obstruc
>ns are done away with, we are forced
believe that better roads and less
mnplaint will be the result, and not
~fore. Let us have better roads and
Prof. W. C. Schott, of Newberry Col
ge, spent Saturday night in this
As we now enter upon the duties of
te new year, we wish The Herald
id News much success and hope
any new names may be added to its
it of subscribers.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ard for any case of Catarrh that can
>t be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
~lieve him perfectly honorable in all
isiness transactions, and financially
)le to carry out any obligations made
r their firm,
lest & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Talding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
.H. Van Hoesen, Cashier, Toledo
National Bank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh " re is taken inter
ily, acting 4Sectly upon the blood
id mucus surfaces of t.he system.
ce, 75c. pe~ bottle. Sold by all
ZETH EDEN ITEMS.
Another marriage. On Thursday,
20th of December at 12 o'clock m., a
couple accompanied by relatives, rode
up to the Lutheran parsonage to be
married. The contra.ting parties were
Mr. Parker and Miss Bettie Enlow.
'Good luck' to the parson-he received
Mr. Dave McCullough has recently
bought a new organ. His oldest daugh
ter, Miss Mallie is studying music,
and will soon be able to highly enter
We did not have our Christmas tree
as we expected, but spent quite a
pleasant day at the church.
Rev. W. A. Julian preached a very
interesting sermon from the text : "For
ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus
Christ, that, though he was rich, yet
for your sakes he became poor, that
ye through his poverty might be rich."
Invitations to parties and dances are
being received, but are not accepted-as
our young ladies are reforming in this
Mrs. Dr. Julian, of Prosperity, is
visiting her father-in-law. POLLY.
Our schools opened Monday with a
i full attendance.
Christmas passed off very quietly in
Mr. Thos. A. Epting spent the holi
days visiting in Orangeburg.
Mr. Adam Eichleberger, of Ocala,
Fla., shipped to this place 13 boxes of
oranges as presents to relatives and
The young folks of this community
enjoyed a pound social at Mr. J. D.
Wedaman's last Thursday night. It
was a success.
Miss Winnie Suber, of Blairs, Fair
field Co., is visiting relatives near here.
Miss Winnie is a beautiful and fascin
ating young lady, and we should not
wonder at some of our boys having a
desire to visit Blairs, on her return.
Married, January 1889, by Rev. J. E.
Beily, Rev. J. A. Sligh, and Miss
Lydia C. Setzler, daughter of Mr. W.
H. Setzler. We learn the friends of
the happy couple will give them a
grand serenade. AMERICUS.
THEIR ONLY MEDICINE CHEST.
DEERLODGE, MONTANA, Dec. 16, 1885.
I have been using Brandreth's Pills
for the last thirteen years, and though
I have had nine children, I have never
had a doctor in the house, except three
times, when we had an epidemic of
scarlet fever, which we soon banished
by a vigorous use of Brandreth's Pills.
I have used them for myself, two or
three a night for a month, for liver
complaint, dyspepsia, and constipation.
In diarrhoea, cramps, wind colic, indi
gestion, one or two Brandreth's Pills
fixed the children at once. A box of
Pills isallthe medicine chest we require
in the house. We use them for rheuma
tism, colds, catarrh, biliousness, and
impure blood. They never have failed
to cure all the above complaints in a
very few days.
WILLIAM W.B. MILLER.
The New Discovery.
You have heard your friends and neighbors
talking about it. You may youl-self be one
of the many who know irom peisonal expe.
rience just how good athibg it is. If youhave
ever tried it you are one o; its staunch fiends
because the wonderful thing about it is, tha
when once given a irial, Dr. King's New Dis
covery ever after holds a place in the house
If you have never used it and should be at.
flicled with a cough, cold, or any Throat
Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once
and give it a fair trial. It Is guaranteed ever3
time or money refunded. Trial Bottles Free
at Cofleld & Lyons' Drugstore.
' MARRIAGES. .
At ihe residence of the bride's par
ents, by Rev. J. A. Sligh, Decembe]
30, 1888, Mr. William 'Wicke rand Misi
Amelia Bishop, both of Newber-'
December 26, I888, by J. B. Camp
bell, a Trial Justice, at Jalapa, S. C.
Maj. Willie Bishop to Miss Maggi<
Wicker, daughter of Capt. Wilb.an
Wicker, alt of Mollohon, S. C.
Pos'r OFFIcE, NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertiso
January 2, 1889.
Boozer, T. L. Johrison,C.A.(Pack'ge
Blease, Cha,'lle Kelley. Frank
Bragg, Miss H annah (2Klnard, Miss Missie
Cannon, Marj Lathan, J. B.
Cannon, Miss Alice McKinzia, M. (2)
Clement, lS. Miller, Miss Lula
Douglas, Mark Morse, MArgaret
Danslure. Miss Any Phlnney, Bilery
Farrow, Thomas Ruf. Fellen
Gary, Miss Alice R~uff, Jacob G.
Gill'am, John Smith. Newton D.
Gaines. F. G. Scnn, D. R.
Hubert. Mrs. Mary Sims. Luther
Read. Lucy Stra; her. Miss Fanni
Hirch, Arthur Tucker, M. J.
Jenkins, Charlie wicker, Belton
Johnson,MissMerhalieWilliams.A mos (pkge
Persons calling for these letters will pleas
say they were advertised.
E.ES. HEERT, P. M.
This powder never 'varies. A marvel c
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mor
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with the multitud
ow test, short weight alum or phosphat
lowder. Sold only in cans. RoTAL BAxno
pOWDER Co.. 106 WJall st.. N. Y. 11 12-ly.
TO REGULATE HOOPENS AND PIG
PENS IN THE TOWN OF NEW
W HEREAS, the Board of Healti
has recommended that no hoi
pen or pig pen be hereafter allowed ir
the Town of Newberry, which shall no
be at least twenty feet by forty feet ii
size. Now, therefore, be it ordained bI
the Mayor and Alder men of the Towi
of Newberry, in Council assembled
and by the authority of the same:
1. That from and after the first dag
of March, A. D. 1889, it shall be un
lawful to keep a hog or hogs, a pig o
pigs, for .the purpose of fatteni.ig c
raising the same, in the said Town, is
a pen less than forty feet by twenta
feet in size, or whose area shall be lesa
than 800 square feet.
2. That any person violating thi:
Ordinance shall be liable to a fine o
not more than ten dollars, or imprison
ment for not more than twenty days.
Done and ratified under the Corpor
ate Seal of the said Town th<
[sEA L] 18th day of December, A. D
GEO. B. CROMER,
By the Mayor: Mayor.
J. 8. FAIR, C. & T. T. C. N.
cleanses and beantisies the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to its Yeathful Color.
In wishing our many friends and a
customers a .
HIPPY ND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEffl, I
And as an inducement to try the -
'SPOT OJ1 SYSTEJII,
IN OUR LINE
AT PRICES THAT WLL ENABLE b
ALL TO BuY
WHATEVER THEY MAI NEED 8
FOR~ A t
YOU WILL n
NEED SOME GOODS
IN STARTING OUT THE
And you will find that you can sup
- ply yourselves at the
Better than by paying higher prices
and getting them on time.
Try our plan and you are sure to a
We ar eSu
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and sell t:
that we et
. that come
16 yds. C
that we a:
D. B. Wheeler's Old Stand.
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are prepared to show th<
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and we are prepared to
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F1 IGRES IRE THE FI
Therefore come and see
convinced that we LEAD
tho}a Wats, Administratrii;,.
B Y order of the Court herein, dated
LI30th Nov., 1888, Iwillsellat p.ublic
utcry before the Court House at
erry, on the First Monday in January,
489, all that tract of land, of which
lary M. Boland died, seized and
ssed, in the County and State- afore
Lid, containing One Hundred and
Lwenty-Three Acres, more or less,
nd bounded by lands of Andrew Har
ion, Brown & Moseley, - Moore
TERMS: The purchaser will be re
uired to pay one-half of the purchase
ioney in cash, and to secure the bal
nee payable at twelve months, with
iterest from the day of sale-with
ave, however, to pay the whole bid in
ish-and to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 12 Dec., 1888.
i Good Opportunity
For a Few Active, Energetic Busi
ness Men and Women
['o Earn Some Money.
1XTE WANT live canvassers inthis terifory
'for our books. We are the oldest house
f the kind In the South, and havethe most -'"
ttractive and fastest selling line of books to
e found anywhere. Read this partial list
nd see what our agents are doing:
THE WELL-SPRINGS OF TRUTH,"
larye %'0-page book illustrated. Sells very
pi ly. Over 10,000 already sold In the South.
,ne- agent in southern Georgia made over
400.00 proit in thirteen days work. Another
i Tennessee in 89 days sol$3,40 worth of
ooks. Many others arec doing equally
reIL Send $2.5u for agency and outfit.
THE KING OF GLORY,"
e most charmng li fe of Christever written.
elsat sight. One senthas sold ,500copies
ne January .5,18Sas. Price of outfit 90 cents.
Many other.st selling books too nme
us to mention. Large and elegant line of
ibles and Photo Albums. Exclusive terri
ry. Don't delay. If you do some one else
iay get the territory you desire. Address
SOUTHWESTERN PUBLISHING OU81,
ENTS WANTED. Write Geo. A. San
iGENII born. Sec'yT=- E prALo MUTUAr.L
CCIDENT AND SICK BExaFIT ASSOCIATIO,
uffalo, New York.
AFents' profits per month
S5 W5V ill prove it or pay forfet0
New portraits just outa$3.5
L. Chidester & 5 2B frd t N . W
Any book learned in one reaig.
Mind wandering cured.
Speaking without Notes. -.
Wholly unlike artinedal Systems.
piracy condemned by Supreme Court
ireat Inducements to eorrespondenee
Prospectus,.with opinions of Dr. Wm. A
lammond, the world-famed Specialist in
find diseases.Daniel Greenleaf Thomp
on. the great Psycologst, MJ ne. Buckey,
liehard' Proctor, the Scientist, Hons.
udge Gibson, Judah P. Benjamin, and oth
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PATRONAGE FOR DRY
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LND GROCERIES. In fact
a lifetime customer of you. -
i the lowest, pay the quickestZ
I LEADING CARD
it thirty days is onfe of such..-i
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s but once in a generat
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alico for - - - -
iecked Homespun forf
~a Island for - -
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Men's whole-stock kn
$1.75,iworth $2.75 elsewt
pier paper. Needles, two pa.
e. 144 Buttons.for 5c. .
5, everything in .our line --x
ban the cheapest
h to remind the good ladies~
rry Oounty that we havea
of Black and Colored Cash
ich we will sell cheaper than
in the State.
and we will convince you -
re in the lead.
when we say that we
AND FURNISHING GOOD$,
our colaim to the test
prove every point we
for yourselves, and be
IN OUR LINE.