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R. F. D. DEPARTMENT.
Address all communications tE
Tijo--. E. Wicker, editor.
The Satterwhite Hill.
Here's more about the Satterilite
hill this side of Bush River church.
The supervisor had the chain gang to
go thtere and* pile dirt in the middle
of the road, and nlow it is inl a Worse
.fix than ever. There is only a dis
tance of Ib)ouI[ on1e ltn1(lidd yards
thjait we are complaining of, and t,here
is not a wor-se section of roald inl the
County after. rainl 1than1. thlis onle. It
is a deep, sticky. pipe Clay that mires
to yoIl. hol-ses kiees andl Yoiu are
htvky )to get tirough with ill empty
veliele 1o Say nIollthlng of i loaded
uyo wagoi. The plnee ought 1o
be thwo l antled or gravieled, so
itha1 its cinditiol will be ma1.de per
lii:r entl g o , and that ale:d, us to
anoti,fh 1'e 0 tho ht1 . In 44r If'eble jud -
illvil all the work that Ilie lmiln gang
doel w-hobe thoromul-vhl m1l1d permIla
ivi . 1I was Ileverl intv mlde-d that1 thet1
chaii.:an shouhldg atnd work At roaid
w .w l omei oversvir 1a1t his ailtds
hav n -lete-d it,' d iv th ir duty. Nmr
was it inl du i , thawor st iol tf
r1,4,11 01i11 viluld he worked mnd kiept
i ll,- m1 con,litio 1)v the t l lveI vs and
1idt'i 'uln I ' It'le ilei we 11tCh ill
Ilhv rlinlds ill lite promoters ilf the
einin glg,wa., that it Shoml w%ork
suc ph-esinl the pulili highwaYs as
hi%%(-I beomel i.-h impaissable m1111
wlt.n-t. tie ()vveisve. and his hanulds had
4 :n- tilm . nI4Ir lte ml ns it a4 .11t hand
l(i411-liti ' % 4 , 1 p1;I41 ill a
4 t that wi re-vimain 11 perma
ne' tly r '. 1 be 1more specilic,
roa tna il co ,ltw all tilw, 11.vs
n in ' l 44 y 14 t w rkdv 1he441.h r this
444111 44,' 4 1 1 i 4 p ive 111~144 x\It
!' ii n 14I4 df f IId t ,I ;id.
y1I ' l ] l , Iv t Ili 44IY X IN.. N : 4) ixi \1 I
hai ". ' 41 l' I ll r oldvv . 4 i l 444i
(1] I.. ti i n-, 1114s : lilt waI
MN;J T" he il r pecilie, silp
i4]- over -er of the4 r':l I 'm
wh. 1 1t1 whilt. hill 1 lmcated
h i.l]nliol-r.ak It' 1 141 , 1 11t ihi
I I"v ;Il ii d. iys I-plin.d of
b1 .4h1 .b - y m and m n.I ;
'i .t'l l l t;o ai l ;iv r
N 4. Ilt It1 li hr;'vel ;I0 h i is e 111
, vv e plyd hv wo11,hlihave
lit'' 4 11111 I he m1ulet beii'
I v v. ; i wi'e 1a Ill I'll I w v Ir \vi[ t i
Now,. th I mlvalling. (11, if lis is, that
thten. art, band pilives inl ourl puiblie
rl, l4:4which it is Simply impossible
f 1 *r .h1 v r e 1 his111 1 111. to
' 1,141 : I Il ill-h i es s sh h 4 be : -
'l I -i bY tie N ,.t'4 l . \v.1 ,
whe - tho ha m: m ': -s f) Sluc a
h l lc 1).(I serVistr s' oldl sco tha :l
the - is 11 ' ipu iuc elrmanen
Old... iiC al elihey.ntr
1.eti~ the chainean work4414 lthe wrt4i.4
let Ih workhv'lil mean he 14h44nm24-h
Perhaps' some' 44 one4V4 wi sa iiltht w
r.ad it' i t W'ut t'14h ' lu l lg beej
iwl r 4)4'hi si.l'er ihe t' in4 anI g t'lR'
ien v tat w it ,(1 0, I.. y 11' 't1 l 1 i V'
('("b ma cinuei'(i5 i't' w idl' notwih
hi('l p a l n I Ii is i 44(4 l ( )i t (4 lilt I'll
Old k1) Time Ma(4(il Deiilivery.1'
nllit'rote h.Sp(' (1 . gt).i Cohen: Thre
wfl-r fl or thte het i'ewi dai haO
btankine. oTh e mrei.th drout
tod eepthend in ordhae in, and
Coudtionw liey haig t powothre
oitheyi wer diwoktduane. Snd it.d
theo ob ego the nt rest of th toi os
thavt themras worked. W elee whonh
Mr.l Ir Eitor, caiesawilke
ifewy ifa prio of the rroa traye
ed vermai ayres the llschool one
h wherelon is learned my thAi
and fand somea ofhe patrons are no
tain enuhitrs n'h ot
toke tevas nodnayg
>ld school lmates. Manly anll inlcidenl
mall aid great, is still fresl in meM
ry. One incident I remklemkbIr w0
tiougl .I canilot tell whether it wa
Amall or great.
It was just after dinner, a beaut
ful day inl June, we all caine in off tl
play grounds. The boys had the
coats off, the cool breeze was genti
blowing through the old log hous
the teacher, well built, as straight i
an arrow, called up the class of thr<
to recite by heart a lesson in the 01
blue back speller. I was one of th
clas, and was at the head. Ever:
thing went smoothly until one of i
Iissed the word gan-grene. I go
r-attled bad. We al three had tw
trials and missed. I saw the teach(
reach for his switch and I knew will
Was (COmIin. I was the first one I
weiit, for. The first lick I got in ni
lion; the second. I blatied; and tl
third lick. I thought ihat tle gail
rene1111 had set lp sure enII.oIgl. P4
l"Iacerlvi, lie was a "ood one;... lie -Iv
up his lif'e for his coinltIry. Then tI
util was oily carried (;nce a wee
An old n hvy the name of Vi
Baik-s c-aried it. lie would g don
on- Fridaty and back Satirday. TI
post ollice was at J. S. Johlison's, at
was called Indian Creek. Everybod
woild gaitier at lie post olice on Sn
irday Io read and hear the war new
V erIy few took papers, so one wvoul
do tle reiading4., for lie others. No
they get it brought. to them on tI
samIIe IIa it is published.
Mi. P iitmr, I have just received v
application f1r a cook. Mr. J. j
loniniick is ttilg up a Iiee litt
votiage I'o carrier No. 2. le knou
(hal he can't 1 work the roads, but I
is deti'rmined to, see hii well taako
vae ,I'. We would like to hear imol
about hat appliecanit oni Ioute No.
firoim Newberrv. 'Mr. Editor, if tI
applival is an il)-to-date c'lok, I wi
urnish wood. water and rations. N
applivatimls ci'isdered after. Mar
J.V. 1). J.
Kinards, R. F. 1). No. 2.
No. 4 Wants a Flesh Reducer.
Wvll, Mlr. E-'ditor, L don't think o)I
dh-paiment will be cut mut of TI
l4i-nirl al Nvws 1*,r- thle boy s v t I
"biliv- I-,) Ow44 h...15 1114 .11141 i41 -htl I
raili l 'yet ille rat nini41 it mlil A
diIll 'I we Ihave a1 lillit. ol, it lnl
Febuay thcol,rainlin.., blowit;
.4l all 4av lon1g. Talk abolit pel
Ii vs. I Ileai'l 141 o o 'i subsl s.
i hat lie sied one hulidired and twei
ty-live in onle dlay.
Olad to see our;. friend, No. 6, 01
a:.ain after hiaviing been laid up sio
f4r a i'cvoiple If weVeks.
MY O 141 'rieiid No. 5 seems 1
think i dl) not -e't aiiything- to eat c
myv routeb hill ]its isha1lymistaken. Y
on-zht t l1,1k at me -omd and See
I ani Itu lat anl 4ettiing fatter on ti
niice meiials I get whleni I have time
'stol. Aly invitationis are mlany.
have' a1s good, kind, thioughltful p
tr14ans as anyW rouiile4, aiii I oflten con
in. loaded'1 ~* wiha bakbones, sausage
)iiiig, )ota1to4e* 1and( even my, hor':
is inot forgoi~(t ten,. for) 1 have been loa<
e) do)wni with ('4r1n. Many a time hu
my hear beeicn gladdened'ii.4 whlen., in tl
1ri seaso~n upon)i halting to) lowver tI
flha. to see thle box tilled with ii
p)eachles, etc., or a large wattermek3l
byv the siide oIf the bo4x marked for ti
N4ow, icarrirs, I thinik you41 all iugl
14o take thle 1. 1". 1). News. It h:
nieii14WSV li'et1 tI'4froi aill ov'er tl
1l'nite4d Staites, and1 ailso lois of inte
('.' I4 n 'Zws 1)or tiie i'arrieirs, au
4'eivry '~4!.0 carier i the )1 c tunty ought
be(lonigt to the4 Naitionial Shtt ai
t 'iiity a4 i.44a11ion, So ats to4 ('44m4 1
hielp in 44ur4 greati cuse'. I tIliink v
will soon444 hieair 4.f thle salalries increai'1
wvill he '2ood news t44 everyv carrier
know. t'or wve ineed it. Leat e'very' ca
rier' ini ie ('4llut1y senl i a let tei' f
441l 14)e 1 ieatmnt('I. Wc wvalit to lie;
I (~Carriier' No. 4, Newherr'~.
Editor R'. 1". 1). Departmewnt Hec
ahl4 and1( News5, Newberr'iy, S. C. De;
l"riendls an114 Brother Carr'iers: I ha
hemen intIeningi i to wiite a shior't noi
to thle rura c'arr(1)iier's depar')4IImentI f
some1' time, it for'14 ) no o te reson,
show my al~precia1tion)1 as a i'urial cai
iier for the spa~ce allotted to uts
t Thle Herald and News. WeT shon
cer'tainly appreciate it and tr'y
Ikeep it full, although I am afra
that if it is all like mine, it won
not. be much after it is filled. Ho
ever, it would shtowt that w~e aipprc
inte the kindness extended by the e(
tor of the most popular paper in t
county, and I want to take the o
por'tuniity right here to thank the ei
tot' of The Hlerald and News for' t
free copy that ho is sending me as
earrier. I am sure that I apprecia
It very much indeed. I notice thi
the editor of our department so
t, tiie algo was calling for o"i.Aor
I- experiences while inl dischag
I, duties. Iline has been a vey o
is and quietI occupation sinQI e
mncied. There is very little va
- ion. It is,something .ile,t 6 bij
FORGET THE WA
That's the place to g
e good fresh things
We keep new goo(
coming all the time.
11 Full line of staple ar
fancy groceries alwai
( on hand.
y Fresh bread from C
lumbea every day.
d Yours to please,
n ' 'AND
11 At Factory Prices.
0 Write us at once for our special pla
h1 of payments on a Piano or Orgai
If you buy either instrument throug
us, you get a standard make, or
that will last a life-time. Write
Malone Music House
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
ECZEMA and PILE CU
FREE Kl*'iog what it was to su1
I will give FREE OF CHAR
, to any afflicl ed a positive cure for E<
g ta, Salt Rhum, -rysipelas, Piles
i- Skin Diseases. Instant Relief Dc
y suffer longer. Write F. W. WILLI-AT
1- 400 Manhattan Avenue, New York.
on All Thi
a Tickets are now on
CFor Full Informatio
tconsult Nearest Soul
GeCo. B. Allen
.1 Asst. Gen. Pass. Agen
'On College Hill, eight r<
Ssirablc location for Boarding
1( New nine-room residenc
to stables. Less than five n
la Luther an, Methodist, Baptli
'2 terian Churches.
Li- Flfteen shares National E
p,. these.before the first M'onds
* o'e.lock on the Public Scjuar
to J.A. E
Feed and Sale Stable '
Ioi n -: A T . * -
-:- OF --
A. T. .Brown on Cadwell St.
Brow'" & Co.
the contract for
d your new build
Is1ing see W. T. Liv
c- ingston. B e s t
I! Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C
S. B. JONES'
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Eat f
h ON SHORT NOTICE AND
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Oysters on Half Shela. Oysters any j
Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fact
Everything that the market affords.
Patronage of Ladies Solicited.
ZE Opposite Newbeirry Hotel 011ce and
Ter Next Door to Pool Room.
GE LOOK FOR THE SIGN-.
t S. B. JONES'
~an Sleeping Cars
~chedules on All
Sale to all Winter Rlesorts.
n as to Rates, Routes, Etc.,
horn Railway Ticket Agent
R. W. Hunt
,Division Pass. Agerit.
39Charleston. S. C
om residence, large lot, very de
House or residence. Price rea
e with bath room, electric lights.
Ilnutes walk from Public Square,
t.and Associate Reformed Presby
arnk Stock for sale. If I do.not sell
.y in March, will sell same at I I
.pital St -
Interest allowed at r. of 4 0.
Specia( attention to f* mers
mall, none too large td enlist our
o meet and greet you. Call in.
J. Y. Hunter, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
Board of 10
4. L. Black. A. H. Hawkir
. S. Birge. J. S. Wheele
. P. Boo2er. 0. Y. Huntet
oapital stock paid in
)urplus . . .
)eposits . . .
We do business an b.u
We extend every cor
vith safe and sound bair
.our per cent. paid or
Commencing Monday, Deceml
iur annual fall clearing out sale.
vhen we put out an advertisemei
iot a catchpenny and windy sche
trictlv business matter, Ist. To
rouble and expense of taking st
>argains to many people. We w
ir one fourth off of the following
All Clothing, Men's, B
lolored Winter Dress Go
til Ladies' Jackets, Cape
nere for Men's Pants; N
ties' Hats and Fascinatc
squares; all Trunks.
This sale positively goes into ei
Lnd will end any time we may chi
iarly and get choice selections
>f goods outside of our special sa
vie claim we cannot be beaten.
sewing machines, guarantee unli
eliable Domestic Sewing Machir
For Christmas presents don't f
Our 28th .car, making 3000 1
Ilour, has arrived and going rapi
Best Patent - -
Best Half Patent -
Kill dried Meal ..
Kill dried Grits . .
Every barrel guaranteed. Bel
nay have to pay $6.00 for same
'ances. We are selling hundred
No goods on probation or char
[HE DAISY SEED.C.0
Columbian Beauty Seed Cor'n, thi
ook the oremium at the World's Fi
~rain and small Cob, weighs 6o Po
he Stalk ; grows from 150 to 200 Bni
veight in gold. The Seed from
>rought here from Genoa, Italy, in
l'he price of this valuable Corn is, 1:
oc. One Pound 5oc, Three Poun
ushel $3 5o, One Bushel $5.00,,
gr.o Every package guar'anteed
~heerfully refunded at onco., .A pi
Watermelon, Tomato pnd Pumpkli
lorn order- I refer you to Hion. j
Winston-Salemn, N. C., or sto any relil
oday and be ready to plant when the
vays the cheapest. For a success,
THE DAISY SEE
r cent. on time deposits.
accounts. No account too
best attention. It Is a pleasure
I. S. Wheeler, Vice President.
1-unt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
Is. P. B. Warner
r. J. F. Browne
A. G. W ise
. $ 50,000.00
i deposits in Savings
-e Proof Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD,
>er 17th, we will commence
People have found out that
it it means something and is
me to fool the people, but is a
clean out our stock, to save
>ck and 2nd. To give many
ill positively give 25 per cent.
oys' and Youths'; all
ads; all Ladies' Skirts;
s and Furs; all Cassi- -
len's Dress Shirts; La
rs; all Rugs and Art
Tect Monday, December 17th, I
oose to call it off, so come
We have an immense stock
[e, and for bargains all around
We have special drop head
mited, for $1 7.93, and new, J
all to see our selections.
>arrels of choice Tennessee
-ily at following prices:
-~ -- - 385
- . 75 cents.
. $1 75 sack.
ter buy now, next spring you
flour, Buy before price ad
s, let us sell you.
ged at these prices.
rY. S C
MPANY,I nwwie ag
e p)remiumtr corn of the world. It
-. The~ Corn issnwhielag
unds to the Bushell 3 to 5 Ears to
hels to the Acre.. it is worth its
w'hich this Corn was grown was
[890, hy Col. G.eo. SieWers. The'
y m.ail, postage paid, Half Pouhnd
dIs $1 oo, One Peck $2.oo, Half
l'wo Bushels, $p.co, Three Bushels
to give satisfltctiorm ore money
tckage of the World's Premiu
i Seeds go FREE with over
.P Stanton, ex-reg1eter of deed
ible merchant in the city. Or
season conies. The best is